Great steps forward when Anvisa fully embrace the Brazil AEO programme moving further towards risk management & adding new benefits for traders. It is ground brekaing win-win news when other Government agencies join holistic trusted trader programmes, like Agriculture & Food/Health.

Anvisa joins the AEO-Integrated Program
Adhesion to the program, approved by the Collegiate Board, will allow the improvement and qualification of the import process of products subject to sanitary surveillance.

According to the rapporteur of the matter, Deputy Director Danitza Buvinich, Anvisa’s adhesion to the AEO-integrated program represents an important resource for the improvement and qualification of the import process of products subject to sanitary surveillance.

Read the announcement here

Going out. A world that needs fixing out there. A few days in Brussels is a good place to start.

ICC UK has launched a landmark report, ‘Seizing the moment: Unleashing the potential of trade digitalisation’ outlining a version of paperless trade that extends beyond customs or trade facilitation, encompassing the entirety of the end-to-end trade system. 

The report provides a host of compelling case studies of what companies can now do that the law has changed, as well as leading insights from our global business experts, which we’ll be highlighting over the coming weeks as we countdown to our C4DTI Digital Trade Conference & Awards, taking place on 17-18 April.

Keen on joining the discussion around the digitalisation of trade? Attend our C4DTI Digital Trade Conference & Awards. I will be there as speaker and for bänetworking.

Read the ICC UK report here: https://lnkd.in/gRKtmBja