Do you have offices in Belgium and prefer to let your local experts clear the imports through customs?AEB Import Filing: PLDA gives you a simple, systematic way to generate import declarations. The software helps you navigate the declaration process and takes care of electronic communications with the Belgian PLDA e-customs system.
Import Filing: PLDA helps you process import declarations for Belgium. Smart shortcuts let you easily import documents like invoices and delivery notes from your host system and automatically generate import declarations. Automatically allocate transport and insurance costs to the various line items by net weight or net price, for example. Smart templates help minimize the valuable work time you spend preparing frequently recurring import declarations. The system is also at your side when you need to adjust or cancel declarations.
Import Filing: PLDA transmits the completed import declaration to the PLDA e-customs system of Belgian customs and receives messages back from the customs authorities. Any error messages are prominently identified for quick processing so that you can re-submit the import declaration without delay. When the goods are released into free circulation, customs sends a Single Administrative Document (SAD) and assessment of duties and taxes. An overview lets you see at a glance whether the assessed fees match the amounts calculated from the customs declaration.
Import Filing: PLDA has a few convenient features you’ll appreciate. One such feature is the ability to pre-calculate the customs value (or even the statistical value) based on the import declaration. This allows you to calculate the amount of customs duties you’ll likely owe, which can be helpful in your liquidity planning, for example. The software also provides up-to-date currency exchange rates upon request.
Many businesses bring in outside help to clear their imports through customs. They pay a pretty penny for this service – money that, in many cases, they could save. Because processing imports through customs does not require sorcery, especially when you have the help of sophisticated software that supports all standard import and transit procedures.
There’s no faster, easier way: Need to transmit a customs declaration for an import? Or report the discharge of a transit procedure? Then use Import Filing from AEB to simply send an e-customs message to the relevant customs authorities. It all goes through our certified data center. The customs office’s national system will immediately reply with the status of your declaration. So you’ll always be in the loop and confident that your imports will not lie idle for no reason.
Import Filing from AEB is a flexible system which lets you control electronic import declarations for one country – or for currently up to five countries. You can use Import Filing to transmit your data seamlessly to the customs authorities in, for example, Germany, the Netherlands, Belgium, Switzerland, and the UK. And we are always working on connecting further countries. This centralized application can also be extended for processing through customs service providers.
Waiting for an official customs assessment before you can calculate your import duties is a thing of the past: Import Filing from AEB does the work for you. All the key figures are just a click away, so you can use them early on for calculations, liquidity planning, and more.
Import Filing is designed as a cloud service and runs in AEB’s data center in Stuttgart, Germany. How does that help you? You benefit by having us implement all changes to customs laws in the cloud, for example. Another benefit: our regular updates, which keep Import Filing abreast of the latest developments in software engineering. And a constant connection with the utmost failsafe protections.
Managing your imports in-house only makes sense if it minimizes manual processes such as data entry. That’s why Import Filing includes a template functionality that lets you efficiently manage large numbers of recurring transactions. After the declaration data has been applied automatically from your host system, your employees will only have to add additional data in exceptions. Then, the declaration is transferred automatically to the customs authorities – after its plausibility has been validated.
You must register with the Danish customs authorities before you can start using Import Filing: PLDA. Typically, no extended waiting period is necessary. We’re happy to support you here.
If you want help configuring interfaces to your system environment or training your employees, plan accordingly.
Import Filing: PLDA is automatically updated to reflect changes in customs laws as soon as they come into force. No further action is required on your part.