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  • In addition to the traditional functions, Customs Service is establishing Import-Export Logistics System to clear imported raw materials and exports as soon as possible in line with national policy focused on facilitating exports.
  • The European Union (EU) is the largest Customs union in the world, with an internal market of some 500 million citizens.
  • EU Customs services handle nearly 20% of world imports, some 1,545 million tones of sea cargo and 3 million tones of air cargo each year. In 2007, EU Customs offices processed 183 million declarations.
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  • The objectives of the e-Customs are:
  • The economy is based on the customs union
  • Mycolleague Hasan will explain it laterThis system complies with the rules and procedures of Germany
  • The electronic customs multi-annual strategic plan defines these projects to achieve the electronic custom initiativeEach system operates individually but they need another system that integrate the whole solution
  • On a daily basis, international traders have to prepare and submit increasing amounts of information to various governmental controlling authorities, with each authority often having its own specific automated system and paper forms.These extensive information requirements can become a significant obstacle to business and can hinder the development of international trade
  • The “Single Window” environment provides one ‘entrance’ either physical or electronic, for submission and handling of all data, and documents related to release and clearance of an international transaction
  • The “Single Window” environment aims to expedite and simplify information flows between trade and government and bring meaningful gains to all parties involved in cross-border trade.
  • The European Union eCustoms Initiative for export clearance, Automated Export System, is included in ATLAS customs processing system, which simplify customs processes and creates more transparency .
  • ATLAS is 3-tier system to automate customs clearance based on Sun servers and storage systems. Implementation of ATLAS with sun servers and storage systemsCustomer challengesDevelop and implement ATLAS for customs processing.Provide a secure, scalable, and highly available infrastructure with mirroring capabilities.SolutionA new three-tier mirroring system to automate customs clearance.Business resultsCustoms clearance is now completed more accurately and much faster than before.Exceeded server expectations and delivered solution six months ahead of schedule.
  • Participant identification number (BIN). [Beteiligten-Identifikations-Nummer]utilizing a customs agent, the custom administration's internet customs declaration service, online customs software or certified ATLAS software available on the market.Using ATLAS for exports requires special hardware and software depending on the number and volume of your export declarations.It is necessary to register with KoStATLAS for the use of the IT process and to indicate the network connection ( form 0871 and 0874).In addition, each participant requires a participant-identification-number (BIN) which replaces the handwritten signature, plus a customs number ( form 0872 and 0870) where company specific data are stored.EORI, an EU-wide system for the registration and identification of 'economic operators', was introduced in November 2009 (EORI = Economic Operators Registration and Identification System). The EORI number serves as a unique identification number in the completion of customs formalities. It replaces the previous 'customs number'.
  • Participant identification number (BIN). [Beteiligten-Identifikations-Nummer]utilizing a customs agent, the custom administration's internet customs declaration service, online customs software or certified ATLAS software available on the market.Using ATLAS for exports requires special hardware and software depending on the number and volume of your export declarations.It is necessary to register with KoStATLAS for the use of the IT process and to indicate the network connection ( form 0871 and 0874).In addition, each participant requires a participant-identification-number (BIN) which replaces the handwritten signature, plus a customs number ( form 0872 and 0870) where company specific data are stored.EORI, an EU-wide system for the registration and identification of 'economic operators', was introduced in November 2009 (EORI = Economic Operators Registration and Identification System). The EORI number serves as a unique identification number in the completion of customs formalities. It replaces the previous 'customs number'.
  • So, theteam designed a new three-tier mirroringsystem architecture with Web browsersleveling the first tier. Approximately 30Sun Fire™ V480/V490 servers link the Webbrowsers to Web and applications servers.Behind this, there are at total of 6 Sun Fire15K and Sun Fire E25K servers functioningas database servers. Data is stored on 4 SunStorageTek™ 9990 and 9980 systems at twolocations approximately 10 kilometers apartand Sun StorageTek 6540 arrays for disasterrecovery. The Sun Fire servers are running theSolaris™ 10 Operating System for improvedperformance, stability and security. Thestorage systems are connected to the SunFire servers with 4 McData Director ClassSwitches. Data is replicated between theSun storage systems using Sun StorageTek9900 TrueCopy Remote Replication andSun StorageTek 9900 ShadowImage In-System Replication software. In addition,Sun StorageTek QFS software supports filesharing and Sun StorageTek Operations
  • An electronic export declaration can be processed by using the internet customs declaration to be found on www.zoll.de. This alternative that is free of charge is especially suitable for people or companies that do only have occasional exports. A second alternative is offered by certified software providers, whose servers are directly connected to the system ATLAS of the German customs authorities. Companies that handle many exports may decide in favour of an in-house solution. Here, an interface between the ERP and ATLAS needs to be created. Another possibility is to employ a service provider (outsourcing) that transmits the data to the customs authorities on behalf of the exporter. 
  • ATLAS consistsof two areas: the internal componentof the customs which isdesignated as “user system” andthe external component for thecompany, the so-called “participantsystem“. Both components communicatevia an FTAM interfaceby using EDIFACT messages.The participant systems arecertified software of privatesuppliers
  • FTAM: It is an ISO standard 8571, is an OSI Application layer protocol for File Transfer Access and Management. FTAM attempted to combine into a single protocol both file transfer, similar in concept to the Internet FTP, as well as remote access to open files, similar to NFS.EDIFACT: United Nations/Electronic Data Interchange For Administration, Commerce and Transport (UN/EDIFACT) is the international EDI standard developed under the United Nations.EDIFACT has been adopted by the International Organization for Standardization (ISO) as the ISO standard ISO 9735.
  • Once you have installed the certified export module ECS/AES (Export Control System/Automated Export System) of the customs software ATLAS, you as the exporter can communicate directly with your authorized customs office. The customs office checks your data and sends you as confirmation the accompanying export document (ABD) as pdf-file. The ABD replaces the old export declaration. In lieu of the old export stamp, the ABD carries a customs identification number (MRN = Movement Reference Number) for the entire export process. You then print the ABD and attach it, together with the trade invoice and proforma invoice, to the parcel. DPD will then present it to the external border customs office. The border customs office will then retrieve the data from the central server and confirm the export of the goods. The electronic confirmation also serves you, the sender/exporter, as proof of exportation or Export Declaration.
  • The movement certificate. For goods from Europe.The EUR 1 movement certificate is a preference document for goods which are produced in the EU. This entitlement to preference can be important for the calculation of the import duties which the consignee of the goods has to pay. The certificates are created by the consignor on the relevant standard form and submitted to the customs department for export purposes. The forms are available from the chamber of commerce.
  • MRN - Movement Reference NumberThe MRN is the customs authority registration number. This number can be used at any time to monitor the status of your shipment. The MRN can be found in the export accompanying document transmitted to you by your customs office. It appears in the top right of the document, as a barcode and an 18-digit alpha numerical version.
  • uthorised Economic Operator (AEO) Information Customs authorities can grant the status of AEO to any business that satisfies EU criteria. Once a company has been granted AEO status in one Member State it will be recognised across all Member states. AEO status became effective from 1st January 2008. AEOs will be able to benefit from facilitations for customs controls or simplifications for customs rules or both, depending on the type of AEO certificate. There are three certificate types: Customs Simplifications - AEOs will be entitled to benefit from simplifications provided for under the customs rules. Security and Safety - AEOs will be entitled to benefit from facilitations of customs controls relating to security and safety at the entry of the goods into the customs territory of the Community, or when the goods leave the customs territory of the Community. Customs Simplifications/Security and Safety - AEOs will be entitled to benefit from both simplifications provided for under the customs rules and from facilitations of customs controls relating to security and safety (a combination of one and two).
  • The DeclarantThe declarant is the person:making the customs declaration in his own name, orin whose name a customs declaration is madeThe declarant is therefore responsible:for the correctness of the details in a customs declarationfor the authenticity of the documents submittedfor any customs debt incurred
  • EU Customs services handle nearly 20% of world imports, some 1,545 million tones of sea cargo and 3 million tones of air cargo each year. In 2007, EU Customs offices processed 183 million declarations. In addition to collecting over €12 billion annually, EU member states administrations (MSAs) have to guard against smuggling, fraud, environmental contamination and counterfeiting. They protect endangered species, the area’s cultural heritage, and intellectual capital rights. And they collect trade statistics to help policymakers detect economic trends.
  • ASEAL:Asia-Europe Alliance is an international organization, whose mission is to develop and expand cooperation in the field of Paperless Trade in order to contribute to the economic development of Asia and Europe, in accordance with ASEAL's Charter, Statute and Rules of Procedure. ASEAL was founded according to local laws and regulations of member countries and pursuant to the Memorandum of Understanding approved as of September 4, 2004 by DAKOSY AG (Germany), KTNET (Korea), Paris-eCommerce International (France) and SITPRO Ltd.(United Kingdom) in the presence of each government or public authority concerned with cooperation in cross-border paperless trade.
  • EU Customs services handle nearly 20% of world imports, some 1,545 million tones of sea cargo and 3 million tones of air cargo each year. In 2007, EU Customs offices processed 183 million declarations. In addition to collecting over €12 billion annually, EU member states administrations (MSAs) have to guard against smuggling, fraud, environmental contamination and counterfeiting. They protect endangered species, the area’s cultural heritage, and intellectual capital rights. And they collect trade statistics to help policymakers detect economic trends.
  • EU Customs services handle nearly 20% of world imports, some 1,545 million tones of sea cargo and 3 million tones of air cargo each year. In 2007, EU Customs offices processed 183 million declarations. In addition to collecting over €12 billion annually, EU member states administrations (MSAs) have to guard against smuggling, fraud, environmental contamination and counterfeiting. They protect endangered species, the area’s cultural heritage, and intellectual capital rights. And they collect trade statistics to help policymakers detect economic trends.
  • EU Customs services handle nearly 20% of world imports, some 1,545 million tones of sea cargo and 3 million tones of air cargo each year. In 2007, EU Customs offices processed 183 million declarations. In addition to collecting over €12 billion annually, EU member states administrations (MSAs) have to guard against smuggling, fraud, environmental contamination and counterfeiting. They protect endangered species, the area’s cultural heritage, and intellectual capital rights. And they collect trade statistics to help policymakers detect economic trends.
  • 1.1 This guide is for use by those submitting and receiving transitmessages to Revenue via Revenue’s On-line Service ROS. The tables detailthe field title, the data required to be input and the box on the SAD documentpreviously used in the old paper transit system.1.2 The full legal requirements relating to the content and submission oftransit messages are contained in the Custom Code Implementing Provisionsunder: Annex 37, Title II - data to be entered in the various fields Annex 37A - requirements relating to EDI transit declaration Annex 38 - codes to be used in the forms1.3 This guide contains information on all of the messages both submittedand received by the trade in NCTS. Tables have been provided on the fourmain messages submitted by the trade to NCTS.1.4 The Appendices attached to this guide are provided for yourconvenience. See the individual annex for the location of the definitive list ofcodes or rules associated with transit messages in NCTS.DPS - Denied party Screening
  • EU Customs services handle nearly 20% of world imports, some 1,545 million tones of sea cargo and 3 million tones of air cargo each year. In 2007, EU Customs offices processed 183 million declarations. In addition to collecting over €12 billion annually, EU member states administrations (MSAs) have to guard against smuggling, fraud, environmental contamination and counterfeiting. They protect endangered species, the area’s cultural heritage, and intellectual capital rights. And they collect trade statistics to help policymakers detect economic trends.
  • EU Customs services handle nearly 20% of world imports, some 1,545 million tones of sea cargo and 3 million tones of air cargo each year. In 2007, EU Customs offices processed 183 million declarations. In addition to collecting over €12 billion annually, EU member states administrations (MSAs) have to guard against smuggling, fraud, environmental contamination and counterfeiting. They protect endangered species, the area’s cultural heritage, and intellectual capital rights. And they collect trade statistics to help policymakers detect economic trends.
  • Ability to absorb connectivity difficulties at a local customs level and minimize the need for ongoing business process support, allowing the trader/provider to focus on managing its core business.Applicable to multinational environments as a single communication point for all customs offices.As a service, it can provide a solution with low (or no) start-up cost and annual costs based on usage.Automatic system adjustments to reflect all process changes communicated by regional or local authoritiesProvision of professional level help desk supportAllows for custom made interfaces and/or full integration with your ERP system
  • Simplify the movement of excisable goods under suspension of the administrative document by electronic transmission instead of the previous submission in paper formSecuring the carriage of goods by examining the details of the recipient of the goods before they are sentquicker and safer return of input or export reportMonitoring the movement of excise goods by real-time data and controls on the transportSince 1April 2010 replaced the new excise tax system (Directive 2008/118 / EC ) that came with that tag override Directive 92/12 / EEC .In the new version is the use of IT process  EMCS for transportation of excise goods under duty-suspension arrangements between Member States more mandatory.Affected are all harmonized excise taxes. Exceptions were made for small wine producers.Promotion of coffee under suspension and of alcopops, which are in free circulation liquor tax law, however, are expensive alcopops tax law in the suspension process, however, not initially in EMCS shown.A paper copy of the e-AAD is also duty-suspension procedure, in the EMCS to open, carry during the journey. After a transition period of the EU -Commission to examine whether there is no need to carry this hard copy.
  • Automated Export System (AES)
  • The five components of the NSW Database Infrastructure are briefly described as follows:Translator: It serves to convert incoming data and information of any format into the recipient’s desired data format, if required. This component enables the mapping of data and information into the desired database format or vice versa.Process Management Engine (PME): It manages the workflow of the entire NSW and controls the processes related to ICT applications such as routing, validation and the logic of the transactions passed through the NSW.Communication Modules: These modules administer various standard protocols being used in the NSWs to enable effective communication and connectivity within a determined environment. The following are currently proposed communication protocols: HTTPs, FTP, ebMS Version 2.0, email,RosettaNet RNIF, SMTP, X.400/X25, and others.Security Domain: This component ensures the security and integrity of the ASW and NSWs. It is comprised of ICT equipment and applications being used to secure the exchange of confidential and sensitive data and information among determined parties.Database: It is the core of the NSW, which comprises related data and information for the ASW and NSWs.
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  • 1. Electronic Customs HandlingJune 27th 2011 Prof. Brigitte Bärnreuther By Kristal Lucero Fermin Uday Sharma Slide 1/ A.K. Hasan
  • 2. AgendaE-Customs handling What is customs handling? What is e-customs handling? Objectives EU„s e-Customs InitiativeAtlas What is ATLAS? Important points about ATLAS EDIFACT message Work Flow-ATLAS Export Accompanying Document (EAD) ATLAS with other system Advantages of ATLASSingle Window Introduction General Structure Business Process Import Export Slide 2/
  • 3. AgendaSingle Window Transit Excise Integrated Service EMCS Working Model Benefits CommunicationConclusion Slide 3/
  • 4. Customs handling• E-Customs handling  Customs is an authority or agency in a country• What is responsible for: customs handling?• What is e- customs handling?• Objectives• EU‘s e-Customs Initiative• Atlas• Single Window• Conclusion • collecting and safeguarding customs duties • controlling the flow of goods including animals, transports, personal effects and hazardous items in and out of a country. Slide 4/
  • 5. Customs handling•  Depending on local legislation and E-Customs handling• What is customs regulations handling?• What is e-  the import or export of some goods may customs be restricted or forbidden, and the handling?• Objectives customs agency enforces these rules.• EU‘s e-Customs Initiative• Atlas• Single Window• Conclusion Slide 5/
  • 6. Customs handling• E-Customs handling Customs Service fulfills four main responsibilities:• What is 1. It controls the cross-border movement of customs handling? products, passengers and means of transportation.• What is e- customs 2. It imposes taxes, including customs duties and handling? internal taxes, on imports.• Objectives• EU‘s e-Customs 3. It helps maintain the international trade order Initiative by controlling smuggling, drug trafficking and• Atlas foreign exchange crime.• Single Window• Conclusion 4. It conducts statistical management of its achievements in the clearance and imposition of taxes. Slide 6/
  • 7. Customs handling• E-Customs handling In addition to the• What is customs traditional functions handling?• What is e- customs handling?• Objectives• EU‘s e-Customs Initiative• Atlas • clear imported raw materials and exports• Single Window as soon as possible in line with national• Conclusion policy focused on facilitating exports. Slide 7/
  • 8. Customs handling• E-Customs handling The European Union (EU) is• What is customs the largest Customs union handling?• What is e- in the world customs handling?• Objectives• EU‘s e-Customs • Internal market of some 500 million• Initiative Atlas citizens.• Single Window• Conclusion Slide 8/
  • 9. Customs handling• E-Customs handling • EU Customs services handle• What is nearly 20% of world imports, customs handling?• What is e- customs handling?• Objectives• EU‘s e-Customs Initiative - 1,545 million tones of sea cargo and• Atlas - 3 million tones of air cargo each year.• Single Window• Conclusion • In 2007, EU Customs offices processed 183 million declarations. Slide 9/
  • 10. Customs handling• E-Customs handling Also…• What is • Guard against smuggling, fraud, environmental customs handling? contamination and counterfeiting.• What is e- customs • Protect endangered species, the area‟s cultural handling? heritage, and intellectual capital rights.• Objectives • Collect trade statistics to help policymakers• EU‘s e-Customs Initiative detect economic trends.• Atlas• Single Window• Conclusion Most of these operations are documented on paper.  Slow procedure  High number of employees Slide 10/
  • 11. Customs handling• • Exporters requested speedy and E-Customs handling• What is customs transparent customs clearance handling? procedures in order to:• What is e- customs handling?• Objectives• EU‘s e-Customs  Improve trade competitiveness Initiative• Atlas  Prevent tax evasion• Single Window  Prevent illegal shipments into the• Conclusion domestic market Slide 11/
  • 12. E-customs handling• • e-Customs aims to replace paper- E-Customs handling• What is customs handling? based customs procedures with• What is e- electronic operations customs handling?• Objectives• EU‘s e-Customs Initiative• Atlas• Single Window• Conclusion • Thus creating a more efficient and modern customs environment. Slide 12/
  • 13. Objectives of e-Customs• E-Customs handling• What is customs • To facilitate trade handling?• What is e- • Enhance security customs handling? • Enhancing efficiency in customs administration• Objectives based on a speedy customs system• EU‘s e-Customs Initiative • Improving national competitiveness based on• Atlas reduced logistics costs• Single Window • Effectively managing illegal or illegitimate trade• Conclusion • Facilitating customs administration and services for the general public • Securing transparency in customs administration Slide 13/
  • 14. Objectives of e-Customs• E-customs is the only way to meet: E-Customs handling• What is customs handling?  the demands of importers, exporters and• What is e- customs the general public handling?  deal effectively with the changing• Objectives• EU‘s e-Customs international environment Initiative• Atlas  effective customs administration with• Single Window limited staff members• Conclusion Slide 14/
  • 15. EU‟s e-Customs Initiative• E-Customs handling • The customs union is one of the pillars of• What is customs the European Union and is at the heart of handling?• What is e- the internal market. customs handling?• Objectives• EU‘s e-Customs Initiative• Atlas• Single Window• Conclusion Slide 15/
  • 16. EU‟s e-Customs Initiative• E-Customs handling Vision and objectives of EU‟s e-Customs Initiative• What is customs 1. Control and facilitate the movement of goods handling?• What is e- into and out of the internal market through customs efficient import and export procedures handling?• Objectives 2. Increase the competitiveness of European trade• EU‘s e-Customs through a reduction of compliance and Initiative administrative costs and an improvement in• Atlas clearance times• Single Window• Conclusion 3. Facilitate legitimate trade through a co- ordinated approach relating to the control of goods Slide 16/
  • 17. EU‟s e-Customs Initiative• E-Customs handling Vision and objectives of EU‟s e-Customs Initiative• What is customs 4. Improve the safety and security of citizens with handling?• What is e- regard to dangerous and illicit goods customs handling? 5. Offer improved protection of the financial• Objectives interests of the European Community (EC) and• EU‘s e-Customs its Member States Initiative• Atlas 6. Contribute to the fight against international• Single Window crime and terrorism by providing rapid and• Conclusion relevant information with regard to the international supply chain 7. Allow for a seamless flow of data between the authorities of exporting and importing countries. Slide 17/
  • 18. EU‟s e-Customs Initiative• E-Customs handling Each EU Member State has its• What is customs own legislation to deal with national handling?• What is e- concerns. customs handling?• Objectives All Member States have• EU‘s e-Customs electronic customs systems Initiative• Atlas  Each system is built according• Single Window to local specifications in order to• Conclusion comply with laws and processes  They are not interconnected  Not fully integrated  Not suitable for the changes Slide 18/
  • 19. ATLAS• E-Customs handling• What is customs handling?• What is e- customs handling?• Objectives• EU‘s e-Customs - ATLAS System for Electronic Customs Clearance Initiative• Atlas - In order to clear customs in Germany, all• Single Window declarations must be filed electronically using the• Conclusion German Customs Administrations ATLAS System Slide 19/
  • 20. EU‟s e-Customs Initiative• The electronic customs multi-annual E-Customs handling• What is customs handling? strategic plan (MASP) sets down:• What is e- customs • the vision handling?• Objectives • objectives• EU‘s e-Customs Initiative • the strategic framework• Atlas • the milestones to implement the• electronic customs initiative Single Window• Conclusion Slide 20/
  • 21. Electronic Customs Systems and Projects• E-Customs Automated Import System EU Customs Information Portal handling Automated Export System Integrated Tariff Environment project• What is customs handling? NCTS Risk Management Framework• What is e- Registered Exporters system The Single Electronic Access Point customs handling? Authorized Economic Operator system• Objectives Economic Operators Registration and• EU‘s e-Customs Identification system Initiative Single Authorizations for Simplified• Atlas Procedures• Single Window• Conclusion Single Window Slide 21/
  • 22. None Single Window• E-Customs handling  On a daily basis, international traders have to• What is customs prepare and submit increasing amounts of handling? information to various governmental controlling• What is e- authorities customs handling?• Objectives• EU‘s e-Customs Initiative• Atlas• Single Window• Conclusion Slide 22/
  • 23. Single Window• E-Customs handling Provides one „entrance‟ either physical or• What is customs electronic for submission and handling all data and handling? documents• What is e- customs handling?• Objectives• EU‘s e-Customs Initiative• Atlas• Single Window• Conclusion Slide 23/
  • 24. Single Window• E-Customs handling The “Single Window” environment aims to:• What is customs  Expedite and simplify information flows between handling?• What is e- trade and government customs handling?  Bring meaningful gains to all parties involved in• Objectives cross-border trade.• EU‘s e-Customs Initiative• Atlas• Single Window• Conclusion Slide 24/
  • 25. ATLAS• E-Customs handling• Atlas• Single Window• Conclusion [Automated Tariff and Local Customs Handling System] Slide 25/
  • 26. What is ATLAS?• E-Customs handling  ATLAS (Automated Tariff and Local Customs Handling System) is an• Atlas internal IT system operated by the German customs authorities.• Single Window• Conclusion  It forms the basis for the automated processing and monitoring of goods transported across borders.  With ATLAS, written customs declarations and administrative documents replaced by electronic communications.  ATLAS was developed by MATERNA in collaboration with the German Centre for Information Processing and Information Technology of the Federal Ministry Of Finance(ZIVIT). Slide 26/
  • 27. Why ATLAS?• E-Customs handling ATLAS introduces because of:• Atlas Customer challenges• Single Window  Paper based customs system.  Error Prone.• Conclusion  Time consuming  Inefficient and ineffective  Need a secure, scalable, and highly available system with mirroring capabilities. Solution  A new three-tier system with the mirroring abilities came to automate customs clearance and that is ATLAS. Business results  Customs clearance is now completed more accurately and much faster than before.  The system was delivered six months ahead of schedule. Slide 27/
  • 28. Important points about ATLAS• E-Customs handling• Atlas• Single Window Facts regarding ATLAS• Conclusion  250 staff currently take care of the operations, maintenance and further development of the system.  5,700 employees in almost 425 customs offices use ATLAS.  900,000 customs declarations and 500,000 shipping declarations are done electronically via ATLAS every month. Slide 28/
  • 29. Requirements for ATLAS Exports• E-Customs Requirements for ATLAS Exports handling• Atlas To use the ATLAS system companies need to fulfill some prerequisites.• Single Window An theses are:• Conclusion  A valid tax identification number.  A completed registration form for the appropriate ATLAS-Release.  A completed network connection application form  A completed application for a Participant identification number (BIN).  Special hardware and software . Slide 29/
  • 30. ATLAS System Architecture• E-Customs ATLAS is 3-tier system to automate customs clearance based on sun servers and handling storage systems.• Atlas Web Browser/Certified Module – 1st Tier• Single Window• Conclusion Application servers – 2nd Tier  30 Sun Fire V480/V490 servers link the Web browsers to applications servers. Database Server – 3nd Tier  Data is stored on 4 Sun StorageTek 9990 and 9980 systems at two locations approximately 10 kilometers apart and Sun StorageTek 6540 arrays for disaster recovery. DB Web Application DB Web Browsers Database Server Server DB 30 Sun Fire V480/V490 6 Sun Fire 15K and E25K Slide 30/ servers servers
  • 31. Accessing ATLAS• E-Customs handling How to get access of ATLAS?• Atlas  Internet customs declaration• Single Window  Certified software providers• Conclusion  Companys in-house solution  A service provider (outsourcing) Registered member gets:  A valid customs number or EORI (Economic Operators Registration and Identification) from the German Customs Administration.  Participant ID number (to replace handwritten signatures).  Access information for the customs systems.  Citification of the module. Slide 31/
  • 32. Components ATLAS• E-Customs handling• Atlas ATLAS consists of two components:• Single Window The internal component of the customs which is designated• Conclusion as “user system” The external component for the company, the so-called “participant system“. a Both components communicate via an FTAM interface by using EDIFACT messages. Slide 32/
  • 33. FTAM and EDIFACT• E-Customs FTAM: handling FTAM is an OSI standard that provides file transfer access and management• Atlas services between client (initiator) and server (responder) systems• Single Window• Conclusion UN/EDIFACT : United Nations/Electronic Data Interchange For Administration, Commerce and Transport (UN/EDIFACT) is the international EDI standard developed under the United Nations. EDIFACT has been adopted by ISO. The EDIFACT standard provides:  A set of syntax rules to structure data  Light weight data.  An interactive exchange protocol (I-EDI)  Standard messages which allow multi-country and multi- industry exchange Slide 33/
  • 34. Work Flow-ATLAS Export• E-Customs handling• Atlas• Single Window• Conclusion Slide 34/
  • 35. Work Flow…..Continue• E-Customs handling• Atlas• Single Window• Conclusion Slide 35/
  • 36. Accompanying Export Document (AED)• E-Customs handling• Atlas Movement Reference Number• Single Window• Conclusion  The EAD carries a customs identification number (MRN = Movement Reference Number) for the entire export process.  An export notice customs is created from the bad code value which is used in place of stamped export declaration that served as certificate of exportation. Slide 36/
  • 37. ATLAS Import• E-Customs In order to clear customs in Germany: handling• Atlas  All declarations must be filed electronically by the German importer or• Single Window  Authorized Economic Operator (AEO) using the German Customs• Conclusion Administrations ATLAS System. In order to complete customs procedures, the importer and/or AEO will need to know at least the following information:  The importers customs or EORI number as applicable  The tariff code for the imported goods  The value of the goods as evidenced by a commercial invoice Slide 37/
  • 38. Advantages of ATLAS• E-Customs handling  Automated customs handling and processing in accordance• Atlas with the Electronic Customs Tariff• Single Window  All customs offices and inspectors have been equipped with• Conclusion electronic system  Central archiving of declaration data; provision of data for risk analysis and customs investigation  Cooperation between industry and the state has become quicker and quality has improved  International IT projects can be integrated; collaboration with the customs agencies of other EU member states is possible  Uniform and modern exchange of information with export industries  old-fashioned IT procedures have been replaced  Centralized maintenance of software and master data Slide 38/
  • 39. Brief about Single Window• E-Customs handling Business process• Atlas• Single Window• General Structure Integration• Business Process• Import• Export Data• Transit Warehouse• Excise• Integrated Service• EMCS Supporting Services• Working Model• Comunication• Benefits Slide 39/
  • 40. Business Process• E-Customs handling Cargo clearance service• Atlas• Single Window• General Cargo Structure clearance European customs• Business checkpoint Process European Customs• Import• Export• Transit Controlling agencies• Excise• Integrated Traders Service Permit application• EMCS• Working Model Chief• Comunication Trade and• Benefits Manifest info Slide 40/
  • 41. Brief about Single Window• E-Customs handling Business process• Atlas• Single Window• General Structure Integration• Business Process• Import• Export Data• Transit Warehouse• Excise• Integrated Service• EMCS Supporting Services• Working Model• Comunication• Benefits Slide 41/
  • 42. Supporting services Import• E-Customs handling Import Services• Atlas• Single Window• General Structure• Business Process• Import• Export• Transit• Excise• Integrated Service• EMCS• Working Model• Comunication• Benefits Slide 42/
  • 43. Brief about Single Window• E-Customs handling Business process• Atlas• Single Window• General Structure Integration• Business Process• Import• Export Data• Transit Warehouse• Excise• Integrated Service• EMCS Supporting Services• Working Model• Comunication• Benefits Slide 43/
  • 44. Supporting services Export• E-Customs handling Export Services• Atlas• Single Window• General Structure• Business Process• Import• Export• Transit• Excise• Integrated Service• EMCS• Working Model• Comunication• Benefits Slide 44/
  • 45. Brief about Single Window• E-Customs handling Business process• Atlas• Single Window• General Structure Integration• Business Process• Import• Export Data• Transit Warehouse• Excise• Integrated Service• EMCS Supporting Services• Working Model• Comunication• Benefits Slide 45/
  • 46. Supporting services Transit• E-Customs handling• Atlas• Single Window• General Structure• Business Process• Import• Export• Transit• Excise• Integrated Service• EMCS• Working Model• Comunication• Benefits Slide 46/
  • 47. Brief about Single Window• E-Customs handling Business process• Atlas• Single Window• General Structure Integration• Business Process• Import• Export Data• Transit Warehouse• Excise• Integrated Service• EMCS Supporting Services• Working Model• Comunication• Benefits Slide 47/
  • 48. Supporting services Excise• E-Customs handling• Atlas• Single Window• General Structure• Business Process• Import• Export• Transit• Excise• Integrated Service• EMCS• Working Model• Comunication• Benefits Slide 48/
  • 49. Brief about Single Window• E-Customs handling Business process• Atlas• Single Window• General Structure Integration• Business Process• Import• Export Data• Transit Warehouse• Excise• Integrated Service• EMCS Supporting Services• Working Model• Comunication• Benefits Slide 49/
  • 50. Integrated system• E-Customs handling• Atlas• Single Window• General Structure• Business Process• Import• Export• Transit• Excise• Integrated Service• EMCS• Working Model• Comunication• Benefits Slide 50/
  • 51. EMCS(Excise Movement and Control System)• E-Customs handling• Atlas• Single Window• General Structure• Business Process• Import• Export• Transit• Excise• Integrated Service• EMCS• Working Model• Comunication• Benefits Slide 51/
  • 52. Working model of Single Window• E-Customs handling• Atlas• Single Window• General Structure• Business Process• Import• Export• Transit• Excise• Integrated Service• EMCS• Working Model• Comunication• Benefits Slide 52/
  • 53. How to communicate?• E-Customs handling• Atlas• Single Window• General Structure• Business Process• Import• Export• Transit• Excise• Integrated Service• EMCS• Working Model• Comunication• Benefits Typical SW using Information and Communication Technology Slide 53/
  • 54. How to communicate?• E-Customs handling• Atlas The five components of the NSW Infrastructure are briefly described as• Single Window follows:• General Structure  Translator• Business Process  Process Management Engine (PME)• Import• Export  Communication Modules HTTPs, FTP, ebMS Version 2.0,RosettaNet RNIF, SMTP, X.400/X25, and others.• Transit• Excise  Security Domain• Integrated Service  Database• EMCS• Working Model• Comunication• Benefits Slide 54/
  • 55. Benefits of using Single Window• E-Customs handling For Government:• Atlas• Single Window  Correct revenue earning.• General  Cross-border paperless trade Structure• Business  Enable of the of sophisticated “risk management techniques” Process• Import  More efficient and effective deployment of resources• Export For Trades• Transit• Excise  Cutting cost through reducing delays• Integrated  Faster clearance and release Service• EMCS  More efficient and effective deployment of resources• Working Model• Comunication• Benefits Slide 55/
  • 56. Conclusion• E-Customs handling• Atlas  The European Union (EU) is the largest Customs union in the world.• Single Window• Conclusion  To guard against smuggling, fraud, environmental contamination and counterfeiting, EU adopted this electronic customs declaration process.  This electronic customs procedure reduce the time for declaration.  At the same time ensure the correct payment of duties, taxes . Slide 56/
  • 57. ReferencesEU‟s Individual Projectshttp://ec.europa.eu/taxation_customs/customs/policy_ issues/electronic_customs_initiative/it_projects/index_en.htmEU‟s Electronic customshttp://ec.europa.eu/taxation_customs/customs/policy_issues/elec tronic_customs_initiative/index_en.htmImplementing e-Customs in Europe by IBMhttp://www.ibm.com/smarterplanet/global/files/us__en_us__gov ernment__GVB03002USEN.PDFhttp://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Customshttp://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/World_Customs_Organizationhttp://www.wcoomd.org Slide 57/