Feeport connects with Dutch Customs on e-commerce clearance

Haiti Arendi. Source: Feeport

Tech firm Feeport’s software platform for the bulk clearance of goods has been connected to Dutch Customs’ new declaration system for the import of e-commerce.

Feeports’ x7trade platform will allow the automated declaration of bulk low-value (value below €150) e-commerce goods imported into or via the Netherlands from third countries.

Haiti Arendi, co-founder of Feeport, said: “Amsterdam is one of the key logistics hubs in Europe and it is important that goods are delivered to the end consumers across Europe without delay.

“Our platform enables to declare thousands of low-value e-commerce goods in a matter of minutes with no or little human intervention. This can be a game changer for small and big logistics companies operating at such logistics hubs like Schiphol Airport where time and planning is of crucial importance.”

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