Locking the customs system on paper licenses
Locking of the customs system on paper licenses in the coming days, the Director General of the Iranian Customs Export Office announced the locking of the customs system on paper licenses in the coming days and announced: All legal export licenses will be received only electronically.
According to the public relations of Iran Customs, this issue was raised in the seminar on issuing electronic licenses for export procedures in the window of the cross-border trade unit, which was held in the presence of representatives of 20 ministries and licensing organizations.
Gholami, Director General of the Export Office, said: In order to achieve the goals of a resilient economy and develop exports of non-oil goods, eliminate paper licenses, increase transparency, reduce costs and time of trade and comprehensive support for production and exports, electronic licensing seminar for export procedures in a single window Faramarzi was held in the presence of representatives of 20 ministries and organizations and representatives of the Research Institute of the University of Tehran, and it was decided to systematically lock in the coming days so that all legal permits can be submitted only electronically.
He added: “With the effective measures taken in the last ten months in the field of export-related procedures, including temporary import, temporary departure, refund of import duties on imported raw materials used in production and facilities provided for the export of petroleum and petrochemical products. Setting up an electronic licensing system in the window of a cross-border trade unit We can say for sure that many of the costs of follow-up and frequent visits to obtain the relevant licenses and bureaucracies from specialized organizations will be reduced and the time for formalities will be greatly reduced. The accuracy of customs formalities and obtaining licenses is guaranteed. Gholami said: “We should try to reduce the cost of export goods to be able to compete with similar goods of foreign competitors and take a positive step towards export development.”
Firoozeh Khiali, head of the Information and Communication Technology Office of the Customs, also mentioned in this seminar, referring to the implementation history of the comprehensive customs system and the window of the cross-border trade unit:
He added: “In the import discussion in particular, we were able to obtain import licenses systematically and electronically from partner organizations.” Khayali continued: And obtain a single cross-border trade window.
He added: “My colleagues in the Information and Communication Technology Unit have created the user ID of each of the organizations in the window of the cross-border trade unit. Exports were submitted electronically to the customs licensing system. With the comprehensive customs system and the cross-border trade unit window locked on paper licenses, all legal export licenses will be received electronically in the coming days.