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לקראת ה - 1 בינואר 2011 - הקהילייה האירופאית  השיקה אתר מכס, בדבר נהלי הביטחון החדשים ביבוא וביצוא

לקראת ה - 1 בינואר 2011 - הקהילייה האירופאית  השיקה אתר מידע מכסי

נציבות השוק האירופאי המשותף השיקה לאחרונה אתר אינטרנט : European Customs Information -ECIP  המעניק לגולשים מידע בדבר השינויים הצפויים בהתנהלות המכס האירופאי לקראת יישומה של החלטת הקהילייה בדבר נהלי הביטחון החדשים ביבוא וביצוא האמורים להיכנס לתוקף בתחילת ינואר 2011.

האתר החדש מציג את הנושאים באנימציה המסבירה לגולש כל שלב משלבי היבוא והיצוא. לעיון באתר ניתן לגלוש לקישורית:   http://ec.europa.eu/ecip/

 

In 2009 the EU introduced a so-called “Safety and Security Amendment” to the Community Customs Code, the cornerstone of customs security at EU level, in order to ensure that consignments are not delayed unnecessarily, pending the results of the risk analysis and customs controls. The Amendment, which entered into force on 1 July 2009, covers the following major changes to the Customs Code:

  • It requires traders to provide customs authorities with information on goods prior to arrival to or departure from the European Union;
  • It provides reliable traders with trade facilitation measures;
  • It introduces uniform Community risk-selection criteria for controls, supported by computerised systems for goods brought into, or out of, the EU customs territory;  and
  • It introduces a Community database allowing the consultation of all EU registration numbers from economic operators.

In order to help traders understand these procedures, the European Commission has created an online portal with practical information about importing goods into and exporting from the EU. The portal, called European Customs Information Portal (“ECIP”), is structured as a sort of one-stop shop, where traders may find most customs-related information they need on one single website.

The ECIP has a number of features traders may find useful.
For instance, the so-called animated "customs scenarios" (see http://ec.europa.eu/ecip/model_transactions/index_en.htm) guide users through the different steps of the procedures for export, import and transit with the help of a user-friendly graphic interface. The scenarios contain an explanation for each stage of the procedure, listing the documents that need to be lodged and identifying the authority in charge. Each scenario is accompanied by a detailed glossary that provides links to relevant documents, databases and legislation.

As another interesting feature, the ECIP polls, with the help of an RSS feed, information from the national customs authorities of EU Member States into one single news feed (see http://ec.europa.eu/ecip/services/latest_news/index_en.htm). Even though, at this stage, Member State information does not yet seem to be fed into ECIP’s newsreader, this service has the potential for saving time for exporters by allowing them to monitor one central source of information rather than visit the websites of twenty-seven national customs authorities separately.

The homepage of the ECIP can be reached on the European Commission’s website at http://ec.europa.eu/ecip/

 

 

 

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