Australian Trusted Trader Programme_Man and woman at BCR warehouse
BCR being part of the Australian Trusted Trader programme as a Pilot Partner

Australian Trusted Trader Programme

In 2016, the Australian Border Force (formally Australian Customs Service) launched the Australian Trusted Trader (ATT) programme. This voluntary trade facilitation initiative recognises businesses that have a secure supply chain and compliant trade practices.

It also rewards ATT accredited businesses with a range of trade facilitation benefits. Australian Trusted Trader brings Australia in line with key international trading partners, joining over 70 countries with similar Authorised Economic Operator (AEO) programmes.

BCR is an accredited Australian Trusted Trader

ATT Accreditation for BCR - Australian Trusted Trader logoIn advance of the 1 July 2016 launch, BCR started working with the Australian Border Force as an Australian Trusted Trader Pilot Partner. BCR became an early adopter of the programme to assist in creating a seamless border experience for Australian Trusted Trader businesses and to enhance the efficiency and international competitiveness of our customers. In early 2017, BCR received full accreditation as an Australian Trusted Trader.

Case Study: BCR

Watch this short Case Study on BCR created by the Department of Immigration and Border Protection.

Are you thinking of becoming an Australian Trusted Trader? Do you have questions about the process and what is required? Are your current suppliers ATT accredited?

Contact BCR to learn more about the process of becoming an accredited Australian Trusted Trader and how working with an accredited ATT provider can benefit your business.

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