Customer type: Shipping operators and Shipping Lines
Date: June 2011
Register and modifications Exit Summary Declarations (EXS), Consultation of Exit Summary Declarations (EXS), Reception of MRN in response to sending of a Exit Summary Declaration (EXS), etc …
Consignee, Shipping Line, Terminal, Stevedoring company, Customs
Through this service, the “e-puertobilbao“ platform offers the users community a telematics channel which backs up the Through this service, the “e-puertobilbao“ platform offers the users community a telematics channel which backs up the unified processing procedure for Exit Summary Declarations (EXS), in accordance with Spanish Ministerial Order EHA/1217/2011 of 9 May 2011 (Spanish State Gazette 16 May 2011).unified processing procedure for Exit Summary Declarations (EXS), in accordance with Spanish Ministerial Order EHA/1217/2011 of 9 May 2011 (Spanish State Gazette 16 May 2011).
The service is focused on providing through the e-puertobilbao platform a one-stop telematics window that enables users to carry out in a unified, remote way the necessary administrative processing for Exit Summary Declarations of goods in the Customs Territory of the Community, when the Port of Bilbao is the port of exit of the European Union.
The service is aimed at Shipping operators and Shipping companies, and opens an access channel for sending EXS directly to Customs: information traffic between both agents is completely transparent.
In principle, the service is preferentially designed for Port of Bilbao customers.
The service exploits the advantages of the one-stop electronic window in the broadest sense, inasmuch as it enables sending and management of Exit Summary Declarations, as soon as information is made available, without taking into consideration any type of timetable restrictions.
This implies the availability of a one-stop window for both Exit Summary Declarations and Export Cargo Lists. The cargo list for embarkation is contrasted at the beginning of the process and in real time with the clearance information coming from Customs. The resultant information is later made available to the Customs, thus avoiding handing over the different Customs documents on paper. In the near future, information from Exit Summary Declarations can be used to make up, with the inclusion of a minimum set of data, the Load Cargo Manifest by taking advantage of the information already in the system.