Three Aces Global Logistics recently received the prestigious AEO (Authorized Economic Operator) Certificate

The AEO Program in India is in compliance with the WCO’s (World Customs Organization) SAFE Framework of Standards to secure and facilitate international trade

Three Aces Global Logistics, a Coop member in Delhi, India, has been accredited with the esteemed AEO Certificate which was presented by the Central Board of Indirect Taxes & Customs, Department of Revenue, Ministry of Finance, New Delhi.

The AEO Certification allows Indian Customs to streamline and improve the security of cargo by a mutual collaboration between all the major stakeholders of the global supply chain – logistics service providers, importers, exporters, customs brokers, terminal operators, and warehouse operators. The AEO Factsheet 2018 prepared by the Indian Customs states that: “Over the years, AEO has become a flagship programme for WCO Members as it offers an opportunity for Customs to share its responsibilities with the businesses, while at the same time rewarding them with a number of additional benefits,” states Pankaj Agarwal, Director of Three Aces Global.

Pankaj Agarwal also says, “Obtaining this prestigious certificate will allow us to prove our worth in every sphere of business. Compliance with customs and other laws is one of the most essential aspects of the AEO programme and our team is committed to maintaining them so as to reap all the benefits of the programme.”

The Coop congratulates Three Aces Global for receiving this prestigious accreditation!

Globus Shipping Agency earns the AEO Certificate

Globus Shipping Agency, a member of the COOP in Koper, Slovenia is celebrating this September after earning the prestigious AEO certificate


The Authorised Economic Operator (AEO) certificate is part of the international customs to business partnership, designed to enhance the security of the international supply chain. The AEO programme is voluntary within the EU and those wishing to attain the certification need to comply with the Community Customs Code (CCC) and also match the rigorous criteria.

These criteria focus on not just the financial and procedural elements of the company but also take into account their protocols in relation to security and safety measures, commitment to professional qualifications and competence and also the company’s record in relation to customs legislation.

Globus Shipping Agency have more than 25 years experience in delivering high quality performance, across their range of services so this certificate is well deserved.

If you have a shipping need in Slovenia, then why not get in touch with the COOP member Globus.


Siam Cargo becomes AEO Certified

Here at the Cooperative Logistics Network, we are pleased to announce that from June 2016 Siam Kargo Logistics (A member of the COOP in Bangkok, Thailand) is now AEO approved. Siam Kargo has gained its Authorised Economic Operator (AEO) certificate this year, reflecting the quality in terms of both transparency and security in the company’s international working practices.


By achieving this level of recognition, Siam Kargo has now acquired access to greater levels of privileges and handling abilities within Thailand. Such as, direct handling of transit shipments by air and sea, as well as cross border transport across the ASEAN and Greater Mekong sub-region. For their customers this translates into speedier shipments which are less likely to be held up with inspections and other red tape. With this level of recognition and the accompanying degree of higher privileges, the future looks deservedly bright for the company.

We invite all members with shipment to or from Bangkok, to get in touch with the team at Siam Kargo Logistics.

Miss. Charlotte Willoughby 

TSI Internationale Spedition Und Handels GMBH obtains AEO Certificate

The COOP is pleased to announce that TSI Internationale Spedition und Handels GmbH, our member in Frankfurt Germany, has obtained the full AEO (Authorized Economic Operator) Certificate

Certificate number: DE AEOS 120533 

In order to be awarded this internationally recognised certificate, companies must demonstrate that they operate in accordance with the following criteria:


• Customs compliance

• Appropriate record keeping

• Solvency

• Security and safety standard

Due to the stringent regulations that AEO certified companies must follow, you can feel more secure than ever before with respect to German Customs. Shipments from companies which are AEO certified are less likely to be inspected. Therefore, the process of passing through customs will be smoother and quicker for your shipments.

We invite all members with shipments from or to Germany by air or ocean to get in touch with the team.


Internationale Spedition und Handels GmbH