New air security rules

From April 29, 2013 and on only will be considered as known consignor [KC] those entities that have been certified as such by the State Aviation Safety Agency (EASA). Therefore, Accredited Agent shall cease to be authorized to certify as Known Shippers, as has been done routinely.

  From this date, the goods from companies, that have not passed the administrative process enabled by EASA, will be considered as unsecured and compulsorily inspected in  the corresponding cargo terminal, and must pay entailing costs (currently around of € 0.09 x kg).

  To be Known Shippers (KC - Known Consignors), you will need the following:

  1. - Designate one responsible (which must be physically wherever the goods).

  2. - Submit a Pre-Application form in EASA.

  3. - Send to a course Responsible Officer (in Madrid) for 8 hours and 250 €.

  4. - Conduct a Security Plan.

  5. - Receive an inspection "in place" installation / store.

  6. - Obtaining Registration Certificate and RAKC application.

  You can find detailed information on the following link:

  http://avseccargo.senasa.es

  Please note also that NO is mandatory Known Shippers (KC - Known Consignors)

  Nippon Express of Spain, SA Accredited Agent remains AESA so we will ensure the implementation of security controls in relation to the load being registered in the EU register.

Nippon Express presents his new web site for the Spanish market

With date September 15th 2011, NIPPON EXPRESS DE ESPAÑA S.A. will present his new web site designed for our clients of the Spanish market.

This new web page presents substantial improvements regarding its graphical design, contents and products, since the same one has been designed thinking about our local clients, that needs of an information much more detailed of the services and advantages that our company offers in Spain.

This new web page gathers the better of our company so much worldwide like to local level, hoping that our clients and users could enjoy the advantages that offers this new tool that we put to your disposition.

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Nippon Express de España, S.A. gets AEO certification

Becomes first Japanese forwarder to be certified in Spain; now certified in 10 European countries.

On November 2009, Nippon Express de Espana, S.A., a subsidiary of Nippon Express Co., Ltd. , received EU certification as an Authorized Economic Operator (AEO), the first Japanese forwarder in Spain to be so recognized. NEE is the 10th Nippon Express Group subsidiary in Europe to become a certified AEO.

Earning AEO certification requires applicants to satisfy a variety of screening criteria, including establishing a commercial/transport management system permitting suitable customs inspections, complying with all relevant laws and regulations, having sound financial standing, and maintaining safety standards. NEE's certification as an "Authorized Economic Operator, Full" (AEOF) entitles the company to simplified customs procedures and preferential measures regarding security/safety management. That NEE satisfied these exacting screening criteria testifies to the fact that the quality of the Nippon Express Group's customs clearance services and security is recognized in Spain as well.

NEE has locations in three cities -Madrid, Barcelona and Bilbao- and, since its establishment in 1988, has utilized its network within Spain to provide total logistics services for ground, air and ocean cargo. NEE's certification as an AEO will enable Nippon Express to respond more quickly and smoothly to the increasingly sophisticated needs of customers in Spain, which has been garnering attention as a gate connecting Europe and the circum-Mediterranean region with North Africa.

All Nippon Express Group companies are committed to providing high-quality logistics services that meet with the satisfaction of their customers.