Camex Airlines and Feeport sign a cooperation deal to comply with ICS-2
(Country) Georgia-based cargo carrier Camex Airlines operating a number of Boeing 737 NG / Max Boeing 737-800 freighters, and Tallinn-based neutral technology company Feeport OÜ (x7trade) has signed a cooperation agreement earlier in December 2023 to ensure the carrier is compliant with ICS-2 (Import Customs System-2) regulation when flying to the EU.
Feeport is providing Camex Airlines (Z7) with several crucial data filings prior and during the EU-bound flights as well as upon arrival to the EU airport(s), this includes Pre-loading advance cargo information (PLACI), full Entry Summary Declaration (ENS) as well Arrival Notification (AN).
“We are expanding our range of neutral digital services from x7trade – an automated software platform for customs clearance of e-commerce goods air shipped to the EU, to providing data filing services to the airlines flying to the EU Member States.
In a bigger picture of the air cargo supply chain, these data elements might look like a small or insignificant detail but non-compliance will prevent any air freight from being loaded into the plane and later customs cleared,” adds Egor Paanukoski, member of the Board at Feeport.