Rhenus South Africa receives Authorised Economic Operator Level 2 status

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A hub of creativity and culture awaits at the Clarens Arts…New Web Hosting Pioneer Emerges, Offering Affordable Hosting Solutions Coupled with…Tuesday, 03 April 2024 – Rhenus South Africa has reached a significant milestone by attaining Authorised Economic Operator Level 2 status. This achievement positions it as an industry leader, ready to guide and assist its customers through the AEO programme.

“AEO status is a valuable indicator to our current and prospective clients that we are dedicated to best practice and integrity in all our processes and procedures,” says Dirk Goedhart, Managing Director at Rhenus South Africa. “We are committed to leveraging this accreditation to enhance our services and provide even greater value to our clients by assisting them in their efforts to become AEO accredited.

Becoming AEO accredited offers numerous benefits. Eliminating manual processes reduces human error, while simplified application procedures and electronic submissions help minimise delays. Expedited inspections, fewer customs stops, and faster refunding of claims enable companies to achieve significant cost savings. Additionally, being AEO accredited provides a competitive edge, as businesses are recognised as reliable and trustworthy traders.


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