Dubai. The General Directorate of Customs and the State Agency of the United Arab Emirates (UAE) that administer customs, ports and free zones in Dubai, signed a letter of commitment to collaborate on a plan to modernize the management and technological systems of the function customs
With this initiative, logistics processes would be improved and times and costs in cross-border trade would be reduced.
The agreement was signed within the framework of the Expo Dubai 2020 fair by the General Director of Customs, Eduardo “Yayo” Sanz Lovatón, and Sultan Ahmed Bin Sulayem, in the presence of the Vice President of the Dominican Republic, Raquel Peña, and other officials. .
For trade facilitation
Thanks to these tools, the Dominican Republic would have more efficient inspections, greater agility in the clearance of goods in 24 hours, transparency in customs processes, which supports the strategy of turning the Dominican Republic into a world-class Logistics Hub.
This process is part of the transformation and technological readjustment strategy that the DGA has implemented in the last 18 months, and which is part of the efforts to increase the country’s competitiveness at the regional level.
As reported, the aim is to achieve the ability to process the data of the Single Customs Declarations more quickly, thus increasing the integration of the changes required in the digital transformation processes of the logistics chain. These tools comply with the international standards of the Organization of American States (OAS), the data model of the World Customs Organization (WCO), the Framework of Standards to ensure and facilitate Trade, among others.
This agreement includes technical training so that the DGA can absorb the good practices and experiences of the countries where the system has been implemented.
Among the functionalities that this collaboration Letter of Commitment brings is the use of Big Data and Artificial Intelligence to perform predictive analysis and the ability to implement process improvements, since they are designed based on a modular architecture that facilitates the adaptation of your functionality, according to the needs, regulations and market trends. In addition, it will allow the Dispatch program to be accelerated in 24 hours.
Officials with an intense agenda in Dubai
During her tour of the United Arab Emirates, the vice president and the officials who accompanied her held meetings to promote Dominican exports, encourage foreign direct investment and strengthen trade relations between the two nations. Last Friday, Raquel Peña held a meeting with Dominicans residing in Dubai, as part of the activities within the framework of Expo 2020 Dubai.