Director General of the General Administration of Customs, Suleiman Al-Fahad said the General Administration of Customs, in cooperation with the Public Authority for Civil Information and the government ‘Sahel’ application will link and integrate the work environment in cooperation with the Central Agency for Information Technology.
Al-Fahd indicated there are plans to go digital and automate customs system platform to serve all business partners from the commercial community by creating the smart model for electronic services and linking channels with government agencies related to customs work, reports a local Arabic daily.
This will be done by linking management services with the unified application of government services in a way that enhances digital transformation in the customs business environment and the practices of cross-border trade.
He explained the electronic platforms at the General Administration of Customs continue their vital position in supporting all import and export operations by providing an integrated package of information technology services and solutions of added value to the commercial community and of strategic importance to the various customs sectors in their control and security operations.
Al-Fahd stated that publishing services through the unified application gives customers of the General Administration of Customs a new electronic channel that enables them to have direct access to the services that will be provided and to complete requests on mobile devices with flexible and security mechanisms.