ASM, which produces of software for the freight industry, has released version 11.1 of GeMS, its global e-cargo management system, providing users with full compliance for the Single Administrative Document Harmonisation changes to be implemented from 1st October by HM Revenue & Customs.
GeMS will provide users with a consistent interface for import and export processing and all documentation.
Dual running of both old and new type customs declarations will be allowed until midnight on 20 January 2008.
ASM’s chairman Peter MacSwiney said: “The European freight and logistics industry is on the brink of massive changes”, said MacSwiney. “The move to a SAD H and the changes being introduced as part of the EU Multi Annual Strategic Plan, represent the start of a paradigm shift in compliance issues for any company involved in global trade and international supply chains.”