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Live Implementation Phase of Asean Single Window (ASW) by Malaysia

  1. The ASEAN Single Window (ASW) is a regional initiative that connects and integrates National Single Windows (NSWs) of ASEAN Member States.  ASW provides the secure IT architecture and legal framework that will allow trade, transport, and commercial data to be exchanged electronically among government agencies or the trading community.  The ASW currently supports the exchange of the intra-ASEAN Certificate of Origin ATIGA Form D with Participating Member States (PMS) between INDONESIA, SINGAPORE, THAILAND and MALAYSIA.

  2. Objectives of ASW are as follows:

    • To expedite the cargo clearance process, reduce cost and time of doing business, and enhance trade efficiency and competitiveness; and

    • Simpler and faster processing time, and a more transparent way of doing business.

  1. Benefits of ASW are as follows:

    • Simpler and faster processing time, and a more transparent way of doing business;

    • Mechanism to eradicate forgery of ATIGA Form D; and

    • Lessen the verification issue relating to specimen signature and authenticity of the issuance of ATIGA Form D

  1. Enhancement in ePCO system

    1. Malaysia has entered into the ASW Live Implementation phase on
      1 November 2016 under Controlled Environment which involves data transferred only from agreed companies to join this Live Implementation phase and available to all COO ATIGA applications starting 17 November 2016. 

    2. Please be informed during the Live Implementation phase, the
      e-Form D data would be exchanged through ASW system between PMS but the preferential treatment would still be given based on hardcopy Form D. Thus, during the COO application interested company who wish to participate may tick the ‘consent’ box as follows:

      “I hereby agree for the data relating to my application as reflected in the Form D, to be uploaded onto the ASEAN Single Window System and thereafter be exchanged electronically. Notwithstanding, I hereby acknowledge that the manual Form D is still required to be presented to the Importing Authority to qualify for preferential treatment under ATIGA during the ASEAN Single Window Live Implementation Phase”.

    3. In the process of enhancing the current ePCO system to exchange the ATIGA e-Form D data to the Importing PMS, several changes have been made in the current system i.e. data entry for multiple invoices and multiple packaging details.  Please refer to the ‘User Interface Notes’ to key-in information in the INVOICE / PACKAGING columns.

  1. For more details / any query, contact person for ATIGA Team are as follows:

  • Helpdesk SKPI:

Seksyen Kerjasama Perdagangan dan Industri (SKPI)
Direct Line : 03 – 6208.4748

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Last Updated 2017-01-13 10:33:15 by Azuna Hasbullah atau Abd Rahman

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