The Export Manifest service automatically prepares a provisional Digital Export Manifest (IE547).
In the context of the Export Control System (ECS) Belgian customs obligates Shipping Agencies to deliver a Digital Export Manifest when a ship leaves the port. We combine various data sources to automate this service and to unburden the shipping agencies as much as possible.
As part of this service Port+ foresees a C-point centric tool for shipping agencies to edit this information and send it to Customs. Customs Response is visualized in the same tool.
Re-use information made available by other stakeholders in the port
Prevent fines by customs for unauthorised shipments
Be compliant with the export control system required by Belgium customs authorities.
This is a service for shipping agents, provided by Port+.
The prepared Export Manifest is visualized in the C-Point centric tool, linked to the NxtPort platform and based on COARRI/load-messages combined with the Customs Status from e-Desk. The shipping agent can validate/update the content of the Export Manifest and submit it to Customs. The Customs Response will be visualized in the same tool.
If other EU countries will apply IE547 we will re-use this service by aligning the same relevant data sources available in the specific country.
In order to start using this service, please follow the next steps:
Various data sources are combined to automate this Export Manifest service.
For dedicated container and RORO terminals:
As a terminal operator, you can participate in this use case by delivering the load confirmations to the NxtPort platform. You can provide this data via your preferred communication means and in the message format of choice, NxtPort ensures a harmonization of the data set.
The tool provided by Port+ to automatically generate the Export Manifest, including the possibility to alter the information, does not require any IT-integration.
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