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Leschaco Logistic Indonesia receives AEO certification

Leschaco Logistic Indonesia, a global logistics service provider, has recently been awarded the prestigious AEO (Authorized Economic Operator) certification, underscoring its commitment to delivering reliable and high-quality logistics services worldwide.

Achieving AEO certification is a significant milestone for Leschaco Indonesia, establishing the company as a trusted partner for customs clearance in international trade.

According to a statement, this accomplishment reflects the hard work and dedication of the teams to provide top-tier logistics services not only within Indonesia but also throughout the Asia-Pacific region and globally. Among over 1,000 registered freight forwarding companies in Indonesia, only 166 hold AEO certification, enabling them to offer their customers simplified and expedited customs clearance processes.

In addition, becoming an AEO-certified freight forwarder requires meeting stringent standards and criteria, such as compliance with customs legislation, maintaining proper records, financial solvency, and demonstrating competence in security measures. Once the application is submitted and approved, the granted AEO status is recognized across all EU Member States.

“We are proud to announce that we have been awarded the prestigious AEO certification. This recognition places us at the forefront of operational excellence, safety and security aspects in the industry, reinforcing our commitment to delivering high-quality service. Special thanks to the entire P.T. Leschaco Logistic Indonesia Team for their unwavering support and trust”, stated Holger Albrecht, managing director of Leschaco Indonesia.

"We are committed to continuing to provide exceptional service while maintaining the highest standards of performance, including consideration of the highest levels of safety and security," he added.





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