In addition to the jurisdictions for which AEB offers data services, you can also define additional jurisdictions and add manual restrictions to mirror a country’s domestic legislation or your own company’s in-house restrictions.
You can do the following, for example:
- Define your own jurisdictions with their own export restrictions
- Refine the partial embargoes included in the AEB data service
- Restrict the value of deliveries to represent financial transactions in embargoes
- Represent import restrictions on a country of consignee or destination
- Block deliveries to known destinations of diversion concern
- Represent restrictions in the authorized exporter status
You can define a manual restriction based on the following criteria:
- Value threshold
- Countries of origin
- Countries of departure
- Countries of consignee, destination, and buyer
- Areas of consignee, destination, and buyer (area: a geographical region within a country such as Crimea)
- Goods attributes (such as the EU export control number, US-ECCN, commodity code, or any other goods attribute you have defined)
You can export and import the goods attributes for the manual restriction through a CSV file. This makes it possible to apply goods attributes from other applications or clients.
You can also export and import areas from another application or client, as well as postal code zones or city names used to define an area.
Manual restrictions are logged when they are created, modified, or deleted. Manual restrictions are also logged when added to or removed from a compliance profile.