GWC has been accredited as an Authorised Economic Operator (AEO) from Qatar’s General Authority of Customs as part of continuing with its commitment to offer unparalleled services to clients and be a pioneer in the field of logistics.

Ranjeev Menon, Group CEO, GWC

GWC met all the stringent range of conditions and requirements and internationally accredited safety and security standards requirements to become a trusted international supply chain operator by the General Authority of Customs and is now the first company to be awarded this certificate in the customs clearance category in Qatar, and the accreditation for Authorised Economic Operator in Import/Export Category.
It will now be able to offer its diversified services with quicker turnarounds and higher compliance to world-class safety and security standards.
“Meeting all the requirements of the AEO programme is testament to our due diligence in ensuring that our processes and systems are of the highest standard and our commitment to go that extra mile in raising the standards of supply chain locally and internationally,” said Ranjeev Menon, Group CEO, GWC.
The Authorised Economic Operation Programme was launched by the General Authority of Customs in 2019, in compliance with World Customs Organisation standards, to develop partnership and cooperation with the private sector, for the purpose of facilitating international trade.
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