Electronic Customs are a significant development for the E.U. Customs that aims to provide interoperable customs systems, accessible to economic operators throughout the Community by replacing paper-based customs procedures with similar declarations in electronic form across the entire E.U., thus creating a more efficient, simpler and modern customs environment.
On Tuesday 3/12/2013 at 10am the new Integrated Customs Information System (ICISnet) will enter in full production mode. In order to make the necessary procedures for the transition to the new environment, all applications of ICIS & ICISNET, will not be available during the period from Friday 29/11/2013 at 15:00pm until Tuesday 03/12/2013 at 10:00am (local time).
The New Security Certificate for ICISnet has been uploaded. To encrypt your connection for system to system transactions (web services), you can download it from: Documents-Information / e-Services Guidelines / New Security Certificate for ICISnet - valid from 23/5/2013 and 14:30 greek local time.
Greek Customs Authority invites Economic Operators involved in Customs Transactions to apply for AEO status
Authorised Economic Operators benefit both from simplifications provided for by the customs rules and/or facilitation with regard to customs controls related to security and safety, according the type of certificate they obtain.
For further detailed information see the AEO page:
Members of the trader community, who are interested in participating in this pilot phase, are invited to express their interest by completing the relevant form until 5/9/2012 and sending it via e-mail at ...