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SeW extends to more terminals and borders

SeW extends to more terminals and borders

30 July 2012

As from September, the implementation of the Single Electronic Window system in the Customs of Mozambique, under the framework which aims at modernizing public services, will reach most of the country’s cargo terminals and borders.

In preparation for the new system, employees and managers from different terminals and borders are already in the process to familiarize themselves with the use of the systems in the training centres designed for that specific purpose.

Up to date, the Training Centre has received 233 customs officers assigned to the operational area of different Terminals / Borders, namely TIRO, TIROFER, TIAUTO, MATOLA TERMINAL, GOBA, RESSANO GARCIA e TIAR.

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According to the SeW implementation calendar, borders and terminals in the South, including Namaacha, Ressano Garcia and Goba, and other terminals, are from September onwards going to clear the goods under import and export regime through the new technology.

However, the systems will only be made available for their optional use by the various stakeholders as from August 2012.
Under the powers conferred by Ministerial Diploma 25/2012 of 12 March, the General Director of Customs of Mozambique, Dr. Domingos Tivane, made, on July 30, through service order number 25/GD/ DGA/2012, the use of the SeW mandatory in 25 customs instances, including cargo terminals, territorial road and air Borders.
It should be noted that the use of the Single Electronic Window is already a reality in the country on three major ports, namely Maputo, Beira and Nacala, including the Tete Customs.