• circular economy,  compliance e AEO

    The legal nature of AEO between circular economy, compliance and environment protection

    The AEO status represents an accidental and non-mandatory element of the customs obligation. This is given by the authorization which is the unique customs decision able to “defining and qualifying” its owner. Indeed, in this way the economic operator becomes reliable within the context of a participatory cooperation relationship with the customs administration. The AEO authorization is an administrative deed released by the national customs entity/bodies in accordance with the EU regulations. This is valid throughout the EU customs territory and, if a mutual recognition agreement is valid, also with third countries; furthermore, despite being regulated in customs regulatory acts, it is important to highlight that it constitutes an authorization…

  • compliance e AEO

    Due diligence, import deforestation free goods and blockchain

    The EU Regulation 2023/1115 on the making available on the Union market and the export from the Union of certain commodities and products associated with deforestation and forest degradation and repealing Regulation (EU) No 995/2010” has the following goals: minimising the Union’s contribution to deforestation and forest degradation worldwide, and thereby contributing to a reduction in global deforestation; reducing the Union’s contribution to greenhouse gas emissions and global biodiversity loss The due diligence statement requires companies to collect information, identify risks and mitigate them, organise and keep the information and evidence relating to each relevant product for a period of five years from the date of placing, making available or…

  • compliance e AEO

    Customs classification, relevant goods and trade compliance

    The EU Regulation 2023/1115 on the making available on the Union market and the export from the Union of certain commodities and products associated with deforestation and forest degradation and repealing Regulation (EU) No 995/2010” has the following goals: minimising the Union’s contribution to deforestation and forest degradation worldwide, and thereby contributing to a reduction in global deforestation; reducing the Union’s contribution to greenhouse gas emissions and global biodiversity loss Relevant commodities and relevant products will not be placed or made available on the market or exported, unless all the following conditions are fulfilled: (a) they are deforestation-free; (b) they have been produced in accordance with the relevant legislation of…

  • circular economy,  compliance e AEO

    New EU regulation on deforestation and forest degradation products free: a short introduction

    On 9 June 2023 the EU regulation 2023/1115 “on the making available on the Union market and the export from the Union of certain commodities and products associated with deforestation and forest degradation and repealing Regulation (EU) No 995/2010” has been published in the EU official journal. Some of the key-concepts of this legal source are: according to FAO (food and agricolture organization) the deforestation and forest degradation are taking place at an alarming rate; Deforestation and forest degradation contribute to the global climate crisis in multiple ways; Climate breakdown induces the loss of biodiversity globally and biodiversity loss aggravates climate change; Biodiversity is essential for the resilience of ecosystems…