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Doosan Vina receives AEO certificate

Released at: 17:00, 17/04/2019

Doosan Vina receives AEO certificate

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Authorized Economic Operator certificate sees company receive range of priorities from Vietnam Customs.

by Doanh Doanh

Doosan Vina has become one of 68 enterprises in Vietnam to receive Authorized Economic Operator (AEO) certification from the General Department of Vietnam Customs.

In obtaining the certification, Doosan Vina welcomes many customs priorities such as significant cuts in customs lead time and cost savings due to exemptions from inspections and storage charges. It also promotes its corporate image as a professional export enterprise among partners, suppliers, credit institutions and commercial banks, making it easier to access capital resources.

To achieve certification, Doosan Vina continuously complied with legal requirements such as full compliance with customs and taxes, e-customs, and e-tax, transparency in export-import payments and internal control systems, compliance with accounts and audits, and achieved yearly export-import turnover figures, etc.

With such strict criteria, not many enterprises in Vietnam can obtain this certification and Doosan Vina is proud to be one of only 68 companies with an AEO certificate.

Doosan Vina is a high-tech industrial complex at the Dung Quat Economic Zone in central Quang Ngai province, employing 2,000 Vietnamese workers. The company supplies the mega infrastructure products that make modern life a reality.

Products include boilers for thermal power plants, desalination plants the size of a football pitch that turn sea water into fresh, material handling systems like cranes that are the heart of logistics at ports around the world, and modularization and structural steel for refineries, buildings, and infrastructure developments. To date the company has exported products valued at $2.4 billion.

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