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TNT Thailand appointed as AEO-Certified Custom Broker by the Royal Thai Customs Authority

Bangkok: TNT Express Worldwide (Thailand) Co., Ltd., the leading international provider of integrated express services, has been certified as an Authorized Economic Operator (AEO) -Certified Customs Broker, as endorsed by the Royal Thai Customs Authority.

This certification gives TNT Thailand the recognition globally as a safe and secure business partner as well as building trust and confidence amongst TNT’s customers. The certification immediately provides customers with great benefits in time and cost saving, as this certificate will reduce the number of cargo consignments subject to inspections, will provide a more efficient customs clearance process and greater market access through MRA counterparts (gaining trade privileges as stated in the Mutual Recognition Agreement eligibility).

The achievement of accreditation reaffirms TNT’s commitment to the development of Thailand as the leading transportation hub in ASEAN, and further demonstrates TNT’s focus on continual operational improvements for the forthcoming AEC integration.


About TNT Express
TNT Express is one of the world’s largest express delivery companies. On a daily basis, TNT Express delivers close to one million consignments ranging from documents and parcels to palletized freight. The company operates road and air transportation networks in Europe, the Middle East and Africa, Asia-Pacific and the Americas. TNT Express made €7.3 billion in revenue in 2012.  For more information, please visit TNT’s website at:

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