Authorised Economic Operator (AEO) is originally an EU scheme of accrediting companies that trade internationally. The EU AEO scheme rolled over into UK law at the end of the transition period. In essence, it gives businesses a globally-recognised “badge of excellence”. Summary
There is no charge for applications and there are no chargeable fees for site visits or audits. Summary
AEO is divided into two types: one relates to supply chain security [S] and the other linked directly to customs procedures [C], particularly simplifications and authorisations. Customs Compliance Obligations
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