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Protecting the supply chain in manufacturing

Authorised Economic Operator (AEO) 2009

Authorised Economic Operator (AEO) 2009The Authorised Economic Operator regime (AEO) affects almost every aspect of a business that buys, sells or moves goods into or out of the EU. More enquiries are being received and at June 2009, HMRC had issued 84 certificates and had received 260 applications. The majority of those accredited are freight forwarders, but of late, larger businesses have started to become accredited.

Protecting the supply chain is of paramount importance in manufacturing business today. Worldwide AEO-type schemes are the recommended way forward to achieve this. Learn how AEO can open doors for your manufacturing business, giving it not only benefits in terms of everyday trade, but also providing a springboard to take advantage of other trade initiatives.

For more information, please download the current web seminar (WMV, 3.56 MB) and find out how Deloitte can help your manufacturing business.

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Authorised Economic Operator (AEO) - at the hub of the business Authorised Economic Operator (AEO) - at the hub of the business


 

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