The approval is given after inspection and in accordance with the parameters for testing customs and security criteria related to the simplification of trade processes and security of the supply chain.
The approval for Allalouf Logistics joins the approval received by other companies in the Allalouf Group: Terminal 207, which offers logistics solutions for transportation, storage and handling of cargo and containers, Interdel, which deals with international shipping and customs brokerage, and Oshfir, which specializes in unifying marine and air cargo to any estination in the world.
Gil Miller, CEO of Allalouf Shipping and Logistics: "The approval was given after a series of comprehensive inspections and compliance with strict parameters of the director of customs. The recognition will lead, among other things, to a low chance of inspecting goods at customs, will lead to a preference for inspections and facilitate the process of releasing shipments in the member countries of the program. "
The " Authorised Economic Operator " program is an international program that has been adopted by the Israel Customs Administration and is managed by it. The certificate allows Allalouf Logistics to facilitate the international trade process. Trade facilitation, both in the import process to Israel and in the export process, is given to countries that operate a parallel program, signed with Israel. To date, the program has been signed by: the United States, China, Taiwan, South Korea, Mexico, Canada and Hong Kong. The plan allows for a reduction in the need for customs inspections and reduces unnecessary delays.
The Allalouf Group unites 9 companies that make up a single supply chain with logistics solutions that include all types of transportation, storage and handling of cargo and containers of all types. Starting from the factory yard, and along the entire logistics supply chain, to the final destination. The group represents a number of international companies such as: DPW, Grimaldi Lines,, UFS, ECU Worldewide, Carrier NYK