Increasing internationalization of business and supply chain security considerations in turn puts pressure on the automation of trade and customs procedures. Therefore, the Luxembourg Customs and Excise Administration has implemented a paperless trade and customs environment, hence enabling effective control while reducing trade transaction costs and contributing to trade facilitation. Today, Luxembourg is working on the implementation of a Single Window for Logistics including all goverment agencies involved in international trade.
At a glance
- cooperative and efficient customs officers
- paperless customs procedures
- towards a Single Window for Logistics
- IATA e-freight location
- simplified customs procedures with Authorised Economic Operator (AEO) status
- possibility to appoint a fiscal representative
- recognized certification and homologation agency (SNCH)
(for automotive, electronic components containers and medical devices).