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1. Who will ask for the AEO status?

1.1. GE Wind Nantes

1.2. GE Wind Montoir

1.3. GE Wind Barcelona

1.4. Subcontractors (Allyn International)

1.5. List companies with a different legal statut (different SIREN)

2. Commodity Code SAQ 1.3.2

2.1. Code definition

2.1.1. Import Information based on supplier statement Random verification and in case of control

2.1.2. Export Define by project chief

2.1.3. Resources Commodity Code Memo BTI New products = New meeting (HS Team : Custom Manager + Product Engineer)

2.2. Quality process for commodity code

2.2.1. HS control Annual training HS Team with fowarding agent HS code checking Unknown Name a person in charge

2.2.2. Custom Manager check the process once a year

3. Company SAQ 0.2 + 1.1

3.1. General informations

3.2. Advantages of the AEO status

3.2.1. Special benefit Mutual recognition

3.2.2. Direct benefits Fewer physical and document-based control Easier admittance to customs simplifications Reduce data set for summary declarations Priority treatment of consignment if selected for control Choice of the place of controls Prior notification

3.2.3. Indirect benefits Greater efficiency with internal systems and process Recognized as a secure and safe business partner Improve relations with the Customs Authorities Improved relation and acknowledgement by other government authorities

3.3. Steering Committee

4. Customs Value SAQ 1.3.3 + 3.2.2

4.1. Export

4.1.1. Need to declare the total amount of the goods at the point of exit from EU territory

4.2. Import

4.2.1. VAT AI2 AEO Statuts P42

4.2.2. Transaction value

4.3. Take quality assurance measures

4.3.1. Excel sheet with details of customs values Origin EU Outside EU

4.3.2. Record keeping Customs duty Certified Value HS code Excise duty Import VAT

4.4. Name of the person in charge of the customs value

5. Origin SAQ 1.3.4 + 1.3.5

5.1. Import

5.1.1. Proof of origin Advanced Supplier Declaration Add origin on Product/Suppliers form in SAP Certificate of Origin

5.1.2. Check anti-dumpling duties

5.2. Export

5.2.1. Define rule of origin Preferential Goods from EU Goods under EU agreement Non-Preferential Value added CTH

5.2.2. Origin

5.2.3. Proof of origin

5.3. Origin control

5.3.1. BOI : Binding Origin Information

5.4. Quality process for origin

5.4.1. Record of certificate of origin + Invoice Check Validation Remedial Action

5.4.2. Record keeping link between HS/Suppliers/Origin

5.4.3. Custom manager check process once a year

5.5. AEO status

5.5.1. Ask to suppliers advanced declaration of origin Preferential Non preferential

6. Commercial Invoice Mention

6.1. Commercial Invoice example

7. Customs Procedures SAQ 1.2.2 + 1.2.3 + 1.2.5

7.1. Customs relief

7.1.1. Name a person in charge Temporary importation Avoid VAT and customs taxes Customs warehouse Choose when to pay the duties Inward processing Cash Flow

8. Memos

8.1. Binding Origin Info

8.2. Binding Tariff Info

8.3. Commercial Invoice

8.4. Commodity Code

8.5. Customs Value

8.6. Customs Warehouse

8.7. Inward Processing

8.8. Proof of Origin

8.9. Rules of Origin

8.10. Temporary Importation

9. Record Keeping

9.1. EU

9.1.1. Keep track of transport documents

9.1.2. Name of person in charge

9.1.3. Accounting Record Management (Inflows / Storage / Outflows)

9.1.4. Tax

9.1.5. Excel doc with HS code + Origin + Supplier

9.2. Non EU

9.2.1. Keep track of documents

9.2.2. Name a person in charge

9.2.3. Accounting Record Management (Inflows / Storage / Outflows)

9.2.4. Tax

9.2.5. Excel doc with HS code + Origin + Supplier

10. Applying to AEO

10.1. Explainatory Notes

10.2. Guidelines

10.3. SAQ page 115 to 135

10.4. Contact customs authorities

10.5. Online training

10.6. Risks for AEO

11. Long term suppliers declaration

11.1. Doc 1

11.2. Doc 2