Export Controls offers you extensible master data allowing you to adapt the functionality flexibly to your needs and, for example, to map export restrictions for additional jurisdictions for which AEB does not yet offer a data service.
The creation, modification, and deletion of master data is logged.
Geographical regions within a country such as Crimea. You can define areas based on country and postal code zones and/or country and city names and use them, for example, in manual restrictions.
Lists of goods to which specific common regulations apply. You can use these, for example, in check transactions or manual restrictions.
Goods attributes, such as export control numbers, commodity codes, or material numbers, which you can use to map a new jurisdiction, for example.
The EU export control number is predefined here, for example. You can add further required goods attributes.
Country groups are made up of countries that share export control attributes. They can require a license for a certain commodity group or can be subject to a partial embargo, for example.
Roles of partners to be taken into account during export control checks.
Predefined roles include the consignor and recipient. You can add further required partner roles.
Areas such as countries for which you wish to define distinct rules for export control checks. Jurisdictions in combination with manual restrictions let you customize the rules that are applied during checks.
Transaction types are particularly important if you run checks for the US ITAR jurisdiction. You can distinguish the type of movement (company > customer, etc.) and whether identities of the goods should be created and checked.
Here you can specify the values that appear in the drop-down lists of specific fields. For example, you can define goods attribute lists for various product attributes.
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