IES launches AES application
New Jersey-based logistics and customs brokerage technology firm IES Ltd. Tuesday announced release of its newest application to automatically check all government denied party lists against parties on Automated Export System filings.
IES AES Screening, the company said in a release, allows companies the ability to compare shipment parties on the shipper's export declarations with U.S. government lists of unauthorized parties. Exporters are required to file an electronic SED and ocean manifest information directly to U.S. Customs.
Without IES AES Screening, exporters are required to check the Federal Register publication and each government agency’s respective Web site for changes to the denied parties' lists.
IES AES Screening checks all government lists, including: FBI Most Wanted Fugitives, Terrorists and Hijack Suspects, U.S. State Department Arms Embargoes, United Nations Consolidated List, U.S. State Department Terrorist Organizations and Individuals, Department of Commerce Bureau of Industry and Security Denied Persons, Department of Treasury Specially Designated Nationals and Blocked Persons and Merchant Vessels, Department of Treasury Narcotic Traffickers and Narcotics Kingpins, Office of Comptroller of Currency Unauthorized Banks, Department of Homeland Security Most Wanted Human Smugglers, Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms, and Explosives Most Wanted, and CIA Politically Exposed Persons in Money Laundering Risk Countries.