Hurricane Commerce and AEB Sign Strategic Partnership to Provide “Best-In-Class Cross-Border Ecommerce Solution”
Hurricane Commerce and AEB (International) have agreed a strategic partnership to provide the complete cross-border eCommerce solution.
The two companies will work together to provide efficient, high speed and accurate data validation for customs clearance.
AEB offers cloud-based global trade software to remove the barriers of trading across customs borders and controls. This includes a full customs platform providing direct filing for export and import declarations and access to an integrated network of customs brokers with automated data exchanges via plug-ins, APIs or file uploads, or manual entry.
Hurricane is the cross-border data specialist providing AI-driven, real-time data solutions covering the areas of data enhancement, duty and tax calculation, prohibited and restricted goods screening and denied parties screening.
About Hurricane Commerce
Hurricane Commerce is the global leader in the provision of complete, accurate and compliant data enabling seamless cross-border eCommerce trade.
Our AI-driven, real-time data solutions cover the critical areas of data enhancement, duty and tax calculation, denied parties screening and prohibited and restricted goods screening.
Hurricane, founded in 2016, has a growing portfolio of customers around the world including Emirates Post, Australia Post, Royal Mail, SEKO, An Post, THG and Evri. www.hurricanecommerce.com
AEB software supports the global trade and logistics processes of businesses in the industrial, commercial, and service sectors. More than 5,500 customers are using AEB solutions in 80 countries for shipping, transport and warehouse management, multi-country customs clearance, import and export management, sanctions list screening, and export controls. AEB has more than 550 employees worldwide and has its head office and on-site data centers in Germany – with international offices in the United Kingdom, Singapore, Switzerland, Sweden, the Netherlands, the Czech Republic, and the United States. www.aeb.com
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