From 5 to 7 September 2016, Webb Fontaine Ivory Coast will participate in the International Conference on Single Window in Morocco which has the theme: “Electronic Single Window for foreign trade The requirement for an inclusive cooperation.”Continue Reading
Bahrain Customs won the 2016 WCO photo of the year contest with this picure (“Digital Customs is here”), showing the commitment of Bahrain Customs for a paperless clearance environment. The customs system used in Bahrain and shown on the picture is TradeWorldManager, Webb Fontaine customs system.Continue Reading
Webb Fontaine has sponsored and exposed during the 2016 World Customs Organization IT Conference that took place in Dakar, Senegal from 1st to 3rd June 2016.Continue Reading
In May 2015, Ethiopian Revenues and Customs Authority (ERCA) launched an international bid [EuropeAid/135382/IH/SER/ET] under the auspices of the Ministry of Finance to acquire an Electronic Customs Management System (eCMS) in replacement of the legacy ASYCUDA++ system, introduced thirteen years earlier by UNCTAD.
In July 2015, the Ministry of Finance of Ethiopia selected Webb Fontaine Holding (WFH) as the winning bidder among 10 different preselected vendors. The corresponding contract was signed in November 2015 by the Ministry of Finance and Economic Cooperation, ERCA, Webb Fontaine and was endorsed for financing by the Head of Cooperation, European Union, Addis Ababa.
This marked a new era for Webb Fontaine which, for the first time, stepped in East Africa to deploy its flagship product, now highly acclaimed Customs automation system: TradeWorldManager™ (TWM).
Project activities started in December 2015 and a pilot site is already in preparation for June 2016. The TWM system will operate in both Amharic and English languages and will automate all Customs processes including Transit facilities across the main corridors.
TWM rich client interface will be used within Customs while a revolutionary Webb Fontaine Trade Portal interface called Trade Point Manager will be used for traders to monitor their import and export processes and submit transactions online.Continue Reading