C4T’s customs compliance software, CAS, supports e-globalisation as part of the existing CAS Declarations module. That means all CAS customers can easily implement e-globalisation by the February 1, 2022 deadline.
CAS allows for aggregation options to file subsequent/supplementary declarations, resulting in fewer messages and easier follow up at the side of the customs authorities. Next to that, the CAS Master Data module allows for the easy integration of item details in the declaration. The e-globalisation declarations can be submitted automatically in CAS or can be manually submitted to allow for data correction before submitting it to the customs authorities. Since authorisations are also managed in CAS, CAS will automatically generate the initial message at the beginning of the globalisation period mentioned in the authorisation. Our Insights module offers reporting and dashboarding to deliver a consolidated view of all declarations that have been made and the applicable customs duties.
The e-globalisation process in CAS looks as follows:
- Set up your authorisations in CAS indicating the globalisation period
- CAS will automatically generate the initial message at the beginning of the globalisation period
- Send your shipment information to CAS. CAS will create the EIDR
- CAS aggregates data and automatically or manually submits the subsequent message(s)
- CAS allows you to make corrections to the subsequent message(s)
- CAS prepares the final message
- CAS allows for reporting & dashboarding
On an ongoing basis, we make sure all legal changes are updated immediately in CAS to support compliance, as Customs4trade is in close contact with Belgian customs authorities and has direct and timely access to information and potential changes.
Would you like to automate e-globalisation using CAS? Contact us today for a demonstration of how we can quickly and easily onboard you with CAS and transition you to e-globalisation.