EMCS Comm

application for transmitting excise records data

 

The EMCS Comm application provided by Régens - using the electronic data connection provided by NAV - offers a solution for transmitting excise records data in the appropriate format and for processing the response messages received i.e. administration of the full supply process and compliance with the declaration obligation. EMCS Comm by Régens

 

EMCS (Excise Movement and Control System) is a computer system available in EU member states whose purpose is to supervise, monitor and thereby control the route of excise goods supplied inside the EU and nationally with tax suspended.

The application is available as part of integration with the Custom[R]s Excise module; based on this, our clients can automate compliance with their declaration obligations.

 

 

Operator Operator
1. Data sending
1.
Data sending

The sending operator enters and electronically sends the shipment data (e-TKO draft)

2. Return of authenticated document
2.
Return of authenticated document

If data content is correct, the customs authority accepts the document and authenticates it, giving it an ID (AHK), and returns it to the operator. It is important that the AHK ID number issued by the authority accompanies the shipment, as it is the basis for monitoring the route of the shipment!

5. Notification about unexpected events
5.
Notification about unexpected events

Unexpected events occurring during transport; e.g. change in destination, authorities must be notified electronically, as well.

Customs authority Customs authority
3. Launching shipment
3.
Launching shipment

The operator prints the e-AAD electronic administrative document and launches the shipment with it attached.

4. Notification on expected product arrival
4.
Notification on expected product arrival

After launching the shipment, the authority – also through the EMCS system – notifies the recipient member state’s authority and the recipient operator about the planned time and type of excise duty to arrive.

6. Notification about shipment arrival
6.
Notification about shipment arrival

After arrival of the shipment, the recipient operator electronically notifies the authority about the arrival of the shipment; other shipment data must be communicated as well (e.g. quantity and quality differences).

Transport
Recipient member Recipient member
Operator
Operator
Customs authority
Customs authority
1.
Data sending

The sending operator enters and electronically sends the shipment data (e-TKO draft)

Customs authority
Customs authority
Operator
Operator
2.
Return of authenticated document

If data content is correct, the customs authority accepts the document and authenticates it, giving it an ID (AHK), and returns it to the operator. It is important that the AHK ID number issued by the authority accompanies the shipment, as it is the basis for monitoring the route of the shipment!

Operator
Operator
Transport
Transport
3.
Launching shipment

The operator prints the e-AAD electronic administrative document and launches the shipment with it attached.

Customs authority
Customs authority
Recipient member
Recipient member
4.
Notification on expected product arrival

After launching the shipment, the authority – also through the EMCS system – notifies the recipient member state’s authority and the recipient operator about the planned time and type of excise duty to arrive.

Operator
Operator
Customs authority
Customs authority
5.
Notification about unexpected events

Unexpected events occurring during transport; e.g. change in destination, authorities must be notified electronically, as well.

Recipient member
Recipient member
Customs authority
Customs authority
6.
Notification about shipment arrival

After arrival of the shipment, the recipient operator electronically notifies the authority about the arrival of the shipment; other shipment data must be communicated as well (e.g. quantity and quality differences).