Electronic inquiry daily 10,000 shipments through the window of the customs unit
Electronic inquiry of 10,000 shipments per day through the window of the customs unit, Iran Customs announced: On average, 10,000 shipments per day across the country are inquired through the window of the customs unit and the comprehensive customs system.
Accordingly, the window of the customs unit and the comprehensive customs system provide the answer to each inquiry in less than one minute via SMS, without the intervention of human factors, and automatically to the inquiring unit, most of which are suspected of smuggling in traffic control. The carriers are detained and in order to determine the task, law enforcement officers inquire about the matter through the customs unit window and the comprehensive customs system.
Prior to the launch of the comprehensive customs system and the window of the cross-border trade unit, the process of inquiring about shipments that were seized on suspicion of smuggling was done manually and on paper, which in addition to being time consuming, provided the possibility of forging and misusing paper documents. The comprehensive customs system and the window of the cross-border trade unit were aimed at combating smuggling of goods, removal of paper licenses and replacement of electronic licenses, and with this measure, the possibility of forgery and misuse of customs licenses has been reduced to zero.
Electronic registration of all processes, including declaration of the owner of the goods, licenses of neighboring organizations, comments of the appraiser, expert, valuation, tariffs and even the destination of loading, truck license plate, driver details and destination warehouse are other features of this system that can be even after clearance Systematic follow-up provides for possible violations.