ALS Customs Services GmbH is an expert in all matters
related to customs
and has AEO (Authorised Economic Operator) and ISO 9001 certification. The company was founded in 1989
and offers expertise in matters related to customs clearance, fiscal services and consultancy work.
ALS started its preparations for customs clearance for transported items in a “no-deal Brexit” scenario two years ago. Thanks to the resulting simplified procedures for customs formalities, goods will automatically be declared before being transported in order to prevent any capacity bottlenecks.
The three solutions, known as “Digital Flow”, “Classic Flow” and “Transit Flow”, offer methods that have been adapted to customers’ requirements to smoothly transport goods between the United Kingdom and EU countries. The “Digital Flow” system combines the export and import formalities fully automatically in a simple step. As a result, it is possible to create a simplified trading corridor (green channel) between the United Kingdom and the single market and prevent any delays caused by having to submit complex customs declarations.
If it is not possible to fully automate the customs clearance procedure, the “Classic Flow” system offers a manual or semi-manual process using advance notification and TSP (Transitional Simplified Procedures), so that goods arrive at their destination without any additional intermediate stops. In the “Transit Flow” system, NCTS transit documents (T1, T2) are prepared to enable the goods to cross borders quickly.
Richard Revyn, Managing Director of ALS Customs Services for the Benelux Countries and the United Kingdom, is looking to the future with confidence: “We can cover all the possibilities for customs declarations to and from the United Kingdom with these solutions and therefore offer efficient transport operations along the complete supply chain.”
ALS Customs Services company has offices at business sites
in Germany, France, Belgium, Luxembourg, Great
Britain, the Netherlands and Switzerland, and has been operating in Manchester and London since January 2019. Its headquarters are located at Weil am Rhein in the region where Germany, France and Switzerland meet.