AEO

What is AEO?

AEO (Authorized Economic Operator) is an accreditation certified by the Customs Authorities. After verifying that the requesting economic operator complies with the requirements of the AEO Programme relevant to the country, the Customs Authority grants AEO accreditation, guaranteeing its reliability to carry out operations before Customs.

 

The main requirements are:

 

  • A satisfactory record of compliance with customs requirements.
  • An appropriate system for the management of trade registers and, where appropriate, transport records, allowing appropriate customs control.
  • Accredited financial solvency
  • Adequate levels of security

AEO Programs in the world

The World Customs Organization (WCO) annually publishes the AEO Compendium, the official reference on the scope of AEO programs in the world.

AEO in Bolivia

Page dedicated to the AEO of the National Customs Authority of Bolivia

http://www.aduana.gob.bo/oea/

AEO in Guatemala

Page dedicated to the AEO of the National Customs Authority of Guatemala

https://portal.sat.gob.gt/portal/operador-economico-autorizado/

AEO in Mexico

Page dedicated to the AEO of the National Customs Authority of Mexico

http://www.sat.gob.mx/comext/esquema_integral/Paginas/OEA.aspx

AEO in Panama

Page dedicated to the AEO of the National Customs Authority of Panama, sent courtesy of the National Union of Customs Brokers of Panama (UNCAP).

http://www.ana.gob.pa/oea/index.php/15-oea-ultimas-noticias/39-operador-panama