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What is Authorised Operator

Tax Definition:-

A trader authorised by HM Customs and Excise to operate one or more simplified export procedures [Simplified Declaration Procedure (SDP) and Local Clearance Procedure (LCP)] and/or a Designated Export Place (DEP). It also includes an exporter or third party allowed to make full export declarations to the Customs Handling of Import and Export Freight (CHIEF) system.

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