What is Automated Export System (AES)?

Automated Export System (AES) is a system maintained by the U.S. Census Bureau (Census) to collect data, relating to exports from the United States to foreign entities.

How is Automated Export System (AES) data collected?

Data is collected through an Electronic Export Information (EEI) filing.

Who files the Electronic Export Information?

It is filed by the U.S. Principal Part in Interest (USPPI), or their agent, for all commodities, excluding those explicitly exempted in the regulation, to foreign countries from any of the 50 States, Puerto Rico, Foreign Trade Zones and the Virgin Islands.

What kind of data is collected on the Electronic Export Information (EEI)?

Data collected on an EEI includes, but is not limited to, USPPI Identification Data, Consignee Data, Forwarding Agent, Method and Location of Transportation and a Complete Description of Commodities.

Who files the Electronic Export Information (EEI)?

The U.S. Principal Part in Interest (USPPI), or their agent, for all commodities, excluding those explicitly exempted in the regulation, to foreign countries from any of the 50 States, Puerto Rico, Foreign Trade Zones and the Virgin Islands.