What is the ASEAN Single Window?

The ASEAN Single Window (ASW) is a regional initiative that connects and integrates National Single Window (NSW) of ASEAN Member States (AMS). The ASW's objective is to expedite cargo clearance and promote ASEAN economic integration by enabling the electronic exchange of trade-related documents among ASEAN Member States.

 

Following the completion of the ratification of the Protocol on the Legal Framework to Implement the ASW (PLF) and the endorsement of the amended ATIGA OCP to allow acceptance of e-ATIGA Form D by all AMS in 2017, Live Operation of the ASW has begun since 1 January 2018 among five (5) exchange-ready Member States, namely Indonesia, Malaysia, Singapore, Thailand and Viet Nam, where the granting of preferential tariff duties under ATIGA (ASEAN Trade in Goods Agreement) would be based on the exchange of electronic Certificate of Origin (e-ATIGA Form D) received through the ASW gateway.

 

The remaining Member States are intensifying efforts to be on-board for live operation of the ASW. Brunei Darussalam, Cambodia and the Philippines (BCP) had competed the development of NSW and begun the End-to-end Test; and are now devoting their resources to resolve the outstanding technical problems prior exchange of live data of the e-ATIGA Form D. BCP are expected to join the ASW live operation by 2019. Meanwhile, Lao PDR and Myanmar exert their effort in developing their NSW to join the ASW system.

 

Member States are working to expand the ASW to support the exchange of export declaration information through the ASEAN Customs Declaration Document (ACDD) to support their risk management and the exchange of electronic Sanitary and Phytosanitary (e-SPS) Certificates. In the future, the ASW may also be used to exchange other documents such as cargo documentation, shipping manifests and other port or transport documents.

 

 

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