Customs Affairs of the Kingdom of Bahrain. After the International Airport and Al Khalifa Bin Salman Port (KBSP), the system in Bahrain is now live at King Fahd Causeway, on the bridge connecting with Saudi Arabia border, processing an additional bulk of 300 Customs declarations a day; the system now processes exemptions with quotas nationwide and is piloting Licenses and Permits from selected Other Government Agencies, submitted online and acquitted by Customs declarations. TradeWorldManager produces daily statistics on regional settlement of duties and taxes from imports/exports from /to the GCC Customs Union. Follow this projet onContinue Reading
Archive for May, 2013
14th-16th May 2013 – Webb Fontaine participated in the 2013 WCO ICT Conference co-hosted by Dubai Customs and held at the Atlantis Hotel in Dubai.
Webb Fontaine participated in the 2013 WCO ICT Conference co-hosted by Dubai Customs and held at the Atlantis Hotel in Dubai. The theme for this edition of the conference was: “Effective Solutions for Coordinated Border Management” and it attracted a record number of delegates. WCO reports in its website that 1,000 participants from 93 countries and 56 Customs administrations attended, including 14 Directors General of Customs, other governmental agencies and the private sector.
Webb Fontaine had a double booth on the main exhibition area where we received distinguished visitors from different nationalities both from public and private sectors. Our participation was consolidated with a 30 minutes Tech Talk on Trade portal services & enhanced clearance system for efficient Border Management Control; and the moderation of Day 2’s Round Table 2: “Facilitation through Business Integration. Can businesses work with Customs the same way as they do with other agencies at the border?”
Following the success of this conference, Webb Fontaine looks forward to attending the next edition that will take place in Melbourne, Australia.
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