As already published in the service news of November 28, 2018, the changes to the dangerous goods regulations for ADR came into force on January 1, 2019 and will be binding as from July 1, 2019. AEB has made this change available for the standard with the November service pack. With the April 2019 standard service pack, AEB makes the multimodal form for the transportation of dangerous goods (ADR and IMO) available. Please note that AEB will only make adjustments to this standard document in the future.
If you are using a customization in the ADR context, we recommend that you request from AEB to adjust this by the end of June 2019 or switch to the new standard. AEB has already contacted customers with corresponding adaptations in a separate email.
If you have any questions, please contact the AEB Services team by e-mail at service(at)aeb.com.
Due to a necessary update, the service portal will unfortunately not be available to you on Thursday, 05.09.2019 from 6pm. Please excuse the situation.
AEB update as of July 8, 2019 - With service pack August 2019, AEB switches to Java 11 and changes the Java distribution from Oracle to OpenJDK.
Find out here what the August 2019 standard service pack entails and what you may need to consider.
With its May 2019 service pack, AEB is renaming the last product group for import, export and EMCS and adapting it to the new AEB brand identity and product portfolio launched in March 2018.
The EU and the UK have agreed to another, flexible extension of Brexit until October 31, 2019. The no-deal Brexit scenario has been averted for Friday, April 12, 2019.
With the ADR 2019 (effective as of January 1, 2019, mandatory as of July 1, 2019), the specifications in the transport document will change when using the exemption in accordance to 220.127.116.11 ADR (1000-points exemption). Read more.