In this seventh webinar in the eight-part series, titled "Getting it Right the First Time - How to Avoid Common Penalties," you will learn what the penalties are for reporting incorrect information in the Automated Export System and best practices to avoid penalties in the future.
What does AES stand for?
AES stands for Automated Export System (US Customs)
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Half the book is devoted to appendices on the Automated Export System, best practices, the Foreign Corrupt Practices Act, and sample documents.
Moreover, in carrying out the physical act of exporting, they must meet certain conditions in terms of documentation (electronic reporting of export information using the Automated Export System (AES) and handling (particularly of classified material).
Automation of this competitive offering, including Denied Party Screening, Export Control Classification Number License Control Checks, Commercial Invoice Preparation and Automated Export System Filing, supports clients' compliance programs, saves clients time, resources, compliance processing steps and helps clients avoid hefty fines and denial of export privileges.
This fifth webinar in the eight-part series will familiarize you with the Automated Export System (AES), including how to report your export shipments to the AES, how to avoid common problems and how to respond to error messages.
The QuestaWeb FTZ(QW) software module offers importers: * Direct electronic filing of Customs Form (CF) 214 * Fully automated manufacturing and manipulation procedures * Auto-generation of CF 216 * Direct electronic filing to Customs: FTZ entries, weekly estimates and in-bonds * All-inclusive database of pre-classified parts/products, including bills of material * Automated Export System (AES) to file export manifest information directly with Customs * Multi-layered integration interfaces that unify multiple cross-format legacy platforms * Extensive generation of documents and analytical reports QuestaWeb COO Felix Pekar says, "The release of an automated, integrated FTZ module is a natural progression in the evolution of our GTM application suite.
Automated Export System (AES) to facilitate electronic communication with customers, meaning that Pelican no longer needs to constantly monitor for changing e-filing requirements.
The solution includes expanded language support for global trade content, enhanced Automated Export System (AES) functionality and other auditing features.