12/2012 - Safety and security in air transport – IATA informs its members

For this second annual conference dedicated to mail & air-cargo security, CONEX reinforced its presence by being the sole sponsor of the event and by sending Lance THOMPSON to present the pertinent international norms in this field. A brief summary of what’s to come in air cargo.


09/2012 - EU – US AEO Mutual Recognition

AEO – C-TPAT Mutual Recognition for all?

Beginning of May 2012, the EU and the US agreed on a mutual recognition of their programs identifying secure operators. In Europe, this concerns the AEO-S and AEO-F (Authorized Economic Operators, Security and Authorized Economic Operators, Full). And on the other side of the Atlantic, this concerns C-TPAT registered companies (Customs-Trade Partnership Against Terrorism).


09/2012 - UN/CEFACT – Electronic Signature Recommendation

New nomination, Conex participates actively in international standards.

During the 19th UN/CEFACT Forum in Geneva in April 2012, Lance THOMPSON, International Development Manager for CONEX, was named “Project Chair” of the revision of the Recommendation covering electronic authentication (Recommendation 14).


07/2012 - ICS: Whose business really?

Do you remember…? November 2010, CONEX organised its ICS conference, an information day dedicated to bringing light to the regulatory and technical issues surrounding this new and unavoidable EU regulation.


06/2012 - WCO IT Conference - Transformation of Customs by IT


The World Customs Organization organized its 2012 IT conference in Estonia from 6 to 8 June 2012. This year’s event’s theme was “The Customs Administration of the Future,” stressing how information technology (IT) has enabled present-day evolutions as well as enabling those to come. As always, CONEX’s International Development Manager, Lance THOMPSON was present in order to note all transformation that might touch our profession.


05/2012 And what if goods became paperless?

 CONEX, customs declaration dematerialisation specialist and 30-year international trade observer, is looking ahead to a time when the global trade of goods will be accompanied by total document traceability. The international trade “Zero Paper” age may be far off, but it is already starting to make an appearance


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