The Netherlands is a major EU export hub. Anyone who wants to utilize this hub for exports must submit an electronic customs declaration to the AGS e-customs system. Export Filing: AGS from AEB is the perfect tool to automate and accelerate your entire customs process.
Export Filing: AGS communicates directly with the Dutch AGS e-customs system, helping you manage exports and re-exports in both the normal and simplified procedure. You can even generate the required T2L(F) declarations for shipments to special territories or through third countries. Paperwork such as the export accompanying document (uitvoergeleide documenten) or the endorsement of exit (bevestiging van uitgaan) can be easily printed out from the export transaction or automatically forwarded by email.
Use existing data to quickly generate movement certificates such as EUR. 1 and A.TR. You can even download an XML file that the Dutch Chamber of Commerce and Industry (Kamer van Koophandel (KvK)) can use to generate an electronic certificate of origin.
Export Filing: AGS lets you tap into the New Computerized Transit System (NCTS) – a boon to re-exporters and others who need to transport uncleared non-EU goods. Submit transit procedures, receive the necessary transit accompanying document, then print it out – all from the single interface of Export Filing: AGS.
Full container loads (FCL) shipped through the Port of Rotterdam require a prior e-declaration with the port authority in the “Portbase” Port Community System. Export Filing: AGS automatically extracts the data needed for port notifications from the customs declaration – one less thing for you to worry about.
250 export declarations/year
USD 4.06 for each additional export declaration
2,500 export declarations/year
USD 2.29 for each additional export declaration
25,000 export declarations/year
USD 1.28 for each additional export declaration
This is what filing export declarations should look like: You can use Export Filing to transmit your data seamlessly to the local customs authorities. The customs system responds by transmitting the status of your declaration: release, export accompanying documents, and finally the proof of exit. AEB’s high-capacity data center already processes more than 4 million export declarations annually with the utmost failsafe protections. This ensures your goods get to your customers as quickly as possible.
Export Filing is a flexible system that allows you to centrally handle customs declarations for one – or even up to eight countries. You can use Export Filing to transmit your data seamlessly to the customs authorities in, for example, Germany, Sweden, the Netherlands, Belgium, the UK, France, Poland, or Switzerland. And, we are always working on the integration of further countries. Besides that, it is possible to extend this central application for processing via customs brokers.
AEB’s customs software is used and appreciated by many of the leading exporters in Europe. But Export Filing is also ideal for companies with low export volumes. For the entry-level model, all you need is a PC with an internet connection – then you’re ready to start exporting. Wizards help you create customs declarations, and our variable pricing model offers all this at a price you can afford.
Export Filing is designed as a cloud service, running from AEB’s data center in Stuttgart, Germany. This benefits you on many levels. For one thing, AEB automatically integrates legal changes and updates into the software. This means that Export Filing always reflects the law as it currently stands.
Export Filing lets you automate your entire customs processing. This leaves your in-house export department free to focus on more important things. But if you still want your customs experts to perform manual checks at certain points in the process: No problem. The degree of automation is completely customizable.
State-of-the-art APIs make it easy to integrate Export Filing seamlessly into your IT environment. We also provide you with a ready-to-use plug-in for SAP® systems. This makes it possible to complete your customs declarations directly within SAP®. Minimum effort for a fast flow of goods.
You can get up and running with Export Filing: AGS in very little time. You don’t need to take care of any preliminary formalities with the customs authorities. Do you want to integrate Export Filing: AGS as a plug-in or interface into your IT system environment and processes? Or do you need training for your employees beforehand? If so, be sure to allow enough time.
That depends on which ERP system you are using and the extent of the desired integration and automation. Depending on your particular circumstances, the software could be integrated into your processes within a few days. An AEB expert will also be happy to assist you.
Export Filing: AGS can be addressed through an API (web service) and easily integrated by your own IT department or IT system vendor. That means it’s possible to link common systems such as SAP®, Microsoft Dynamics, IFS, Infor, or proAlpha.
Yes. Export Filing: AGS can be easily integrated into SAP® ERP ECC6.0 and SAP® S4/HANA. AEB offers a plug-in for this. Integration into any other ERP or logistics system is also possible.
Yes, Export Filing: AGS has of course been certified by Dutch customs.
As soon as changes from the customs authorities take effect, they are available in Export Filing: AGS. The software is automatically updated to reflect the change. No further action is required on your part.
No, Dutch customs has nothing to do with port notifications. The port notifications go to the port authority in Rotterdam, which uses them to pre-schedule the unloading of containers. Export Filing: AGS lets you generate port notifications from existing customs data.This is practical for you and eliminates a work step.
There are several advantages to using Export Filing for different countries. First of all, your IT department will be happy to have only one software program to manage. But it also makes it easier to set up a centralized customs department. We have customers who do their operational customs clearance in the Netherlands but have their central customs department in another country. Customs experts find it much more transparent if all offices work with the same family of software. This enhances transparency and makes it easier to prepare internal audits and customs audits.