ASEAN Single Window

Fifth Symposium on the ASEAN Single Window: Marking Achievements and Pursuing Progress for the Future

Thursday, 05 August 2021.

JAKARTA, 5 August 2021 - Today, the Association of Southeast Asian Nations (ASEAN) and the U.S. Agency for International Development (USAID) held the fifth symposium on the ASEAN Single Window (ASW) to plan for greater private sector engagement and facilitate timely, cross-border trade. Held virtually and facilitated by the ASEAN-USAID Inclusive Growth in ASEAN through the Innovation, Trade and e-Commerce project, the symposium brought together 300 government officials, private sector leaders, and trade community representatives from the ASEAN Member States. Titled Marking Achievements and Pursuing Progress for the Future, the half-day forum highlighted ASW achievements and presented updates on 2021 priority actions and plans for 2022.

Malaysia and Thailand start exchanging the ASEAN Customs Declaration Document (ACDD)

Wednesday, 31 March 2021.

31 March 2021 marks the first day that Malaysia and Thailand start exchanging the ACDD

The Workshop on the ASEAN e-Phyto Certificate

Wednesday, 20 January 2021.

The virtual workshop on ASEAN Single Window and e-Phyto Certificate had been successfully conducted during 18-19 January 2021, which was attended by the representatives from the Working Group on Technical Matters for the ASEAN Sanitary and Phytosanitary Contact Points (ASCP), the ASEAN Single Window (TWG-ASW), and also from the ASEAN Secretariat.?

Cambodia, Myanmar and Singapore start Exchanging the ASEAN Customs Declaration Document (ACDD)

Thursday, 31 December 2020.

Following the success of the ATIGA e-Form D, the next trade document namely ASEAN Customs Declaration Document or ACDD is targeted for the live exchange in 2020 among ready AMS. The ACDD is a multi-purpose document used for facilitating the exchange of Export Declaration Information among AMS. The objective of the electronic ACDD is to support Customs in the importing country to carry out their risk management.

All 10 ASEAN Member States Exchange the ATIGA e-Form D through the ASEAN Single Window

Wednesday, 01 January 2020.

With a view to expediting customs clearance, ASEAN adopted an action plan to establish the ASEAN Single Window (ASW). The system enables a single submission of data, a single synchronous processing of information and a single decision-making for customs release and clearance among ASEAN Member States (AMS). Since January 2018, the ATIGA e-Form D has been the first e-documents exchanged through the ASW among five (5) AMS namely, Indonesia, Malaysia, Singapore, Thailand and Viet Nam.

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