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Imp - CBIC Automating Customs Processes: Seeking Members Input on Un-Automated Areas
 

  


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EPC:LIC:CBIC:UPD:2023-24                                                                             2nd February 2024                                

 

To,
ALL THE MEMBERS OF THE COUNCIL

 

IMPORTANT

 CBIC Automating Customs Processes: Seeking Members Input on Un-Automated Areas
 

 

Dear Sir/Madam

We are in receipt of communication from Chief Commissionaire Unit Customs (CCU) on automation of all process are Sea Customs and ICDs

 

The Central Board of Indirect Taxes and Customs (CBIC) has decided to automate all processes at seaports and Inland Container Depots (ICDs).

 

Accordingly, a working group of Commissioners of all Customs is formed in order to identify the processes that are still manual and which are yet to be automated at seaports and Inland Container Depots (ICDs).

 

The scope of automation covers all the processes in clearances at sea ports/ ICDs that are still performed manually or in stand-alone systems in the respective units and not integrated with ICES (Indian Customs EDI System).

 

Objectives:

  • To enhance efficiency

  • Improve transparency:

  • Reduce human interaction

  • Save time

 

In view of above, we request members to identify any customs processes at seaports and ICDs that are currently manual and require automation which includes

 

  • Specific procedures or tasks that involve manual intervention by customs officials.

  • Areas where paper forms are still used instead of electronic formats.

  • Any other process where automation could significantly improve the efficiency and transparency of customs clearance.

 

Please share your inputs and suggestions on processes requiring automation at seaport and ICDs by sending an email to pw@chemexcil.in  with a copy to dg@chemexcil.in on or before 9th February 2024 for onward communication.

 

Thanks and Regards

 

Raghuveer Kini
Director General

CHEMEXCIL

 

 

 

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