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Triple i Asia Cargo Selects GLS EzyCustoms to Submit Electronic Data to Thai Customs

Global Logistics System (GLS) welcomes Triple i Asia Cargo to the EzyCustomsTM community after the successful implementation of this single platform with multi-Customs integration, and fully compliant solution for the automated shipment data submission and clearance.

The Thai Customs Authority has announced the requirements for all carriers to produce and submit shipment data electronically to the Data System of the Thai Customs Authority for all Import, Transfer and Transit Cargo to Thailand in order to facilitate the import Customs clearance.  The shipment data covers the Master Air Cargo Manifest and the House Air Cargo Manifest.

EzyCustomsTM provides Triple i Asia Cargo, exclusive General Sales Agent of Thai AirAsia , the tool to submit shipment messages (FFM, FWB, FHL) electronically from the departure stations to the terminal operators in Thailand ahead of the arrival of the Thai AirAsia flights.

“GLS commits to support the air cargo industry players in improving services to its customers by providing solutions to freight forwarders and airlines in simplifying business process through automation, and equally important the efficiency and quality of data exchanged between all stakeholders.” Global Logistics System CEO Mr. Terry Lo said. “We welcome Triple i Asia Cargo to the EzyCustomsTM family.  We look forward to seeing EzyCustomsTM being deployed not only within Thailand but to many other airports of Thai AirAsia, and also serving its other handling carriers.”

“We would like to thank GLS for tailor-making EzyCustomsTM allowing the deployment in the shortest lead time possible” Mr. Tipp Dalal, CEO of Triple i Asia Cargo said. “As the company continues to grow, we look forward to seeing a closer co-operation with GLS in upgrading our capability in the adoption of the IATA e-AWB initiatives, and more importantly to provide the best service to our handling airlines, and their customers as well.”

The cut over enables the electronic submission of the required shipment data of Thai AirAsia to the cargo terminals in Bangkok Don Mueang (DMK), Chiang Mai (CNX), Hat Yai (HDY) and Phuket (HKT).