Digital Standards

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New Digital Standards

The world is moving to paper-free trade, and its international and government actors that are setting the agenda. Previously the private sector have been the main driver behind the digitalization, now governments all over the world are looking to reap the benefits of going digital. In this process new digital standards are being enforced, you see this when you deal with government institutions, when you move goods across borders etc.

This paradigm shift is underpinned by legislation being enforced by the world’s largest trading blocks – the EU, the USA and China – and endorsed by all 174 member states of the World Customs Organisation (WCO) under its SAFE Framework, which demands that electronic trade data must precede the goods. Advance e-trade data means greater transparency, greater security and greater efficiency for all participants. At the same time, international standards for electronic trade documentation have been developed and implemented under the umbrella of the United Nations UN/CEFACT, and this supports the international flow of harmonized e-trade data.

ClearView Trade are committed to Global Standards for trade documentation and trade data interoperability.

We recognise the World Customs Organisation (WCO) UN/CEFACT, ISO and CEN standards and recommendations for simplified and harmonised paperless trade across borders.

ClearView Trade turns The New Customs Paperless Trade Paradigm into a competitive advantage – and make the Standards work for you and your trading partners as a collaborative tool for the exchange of trade data and trade documentation.

ClearView Trade enables Small, Medium and Large Enterprises to trade paperless, introducing capabilities for all traders and their partners in the local, regional and international supply chain.