AUTHORIZED ECONOMIC OPERATOR (AEO)

The Authorized Economic Operator (AEO) is a figure with great importance in international trade, and of special attention with regard to customs.

The AEO is a statute that can be obtained by the community economic operators, which indicates being considered by the European Union a trustworthy figure regarding their professional activity in customs matters. It is an optional certification, although the member states, through their Customs departments, are putting pressure on customs agents and large exporting and importing companies to set up this figure.

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CABEZA GROUP 

IS AN AUTHORIZED ECONOMIC OPERATOR

Advantage # 1. Fewer number of physical and documentary inspections: the number of shipments in circuits is reduced.

Advantage # 2. Priority in physical and documentary inspections, that is, we care about securing the fastest inspections whenever possible.

Advantage # 3. Centralized national office: customs agents can dispatch merchandise that arrives in any port, performing the procedures in another customs office.

Advantage # 4. Facilities that benefit from simplified customs procedures.

CAN AN EXPORTING OR IMPORTING COMPANY BE ACCREDITED AS AN AEO?
Yes. It is advisable to opt for this certificate based on your size and type of operations. Cabeza Group is responsible for managing and advising the client.
WHAT SHOULD I DO TO ACQUIRE ACCREDITATION AS AN AEO?

To obtain the Authorized Economic Operator certification, a request must be submitted to the AEAT (State Tax Administration Agency). This agency will be responsible for checking that the following requirements are met by the company that makes the request:
  • Accredited financial solvency.
  • History of compliance with customs regulations.
  • Strict control of accounting, mercantile, computer and customs procedures.
  • Levels of physical security in the facilities (for security certification).