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Dematerialization: Customs goes paperless from 1st January

As part of its strategic project of dematerialization of customs procedures, aiming at the establishment of paperless customs clearance, it is brought to the attention of the economic operators that the Administration of Customs and Tax Indirect (ADII) decided to suppress, for all plans, the physical deposit of the accounting and its attached documents from January 1, 2019.

This measure is the culmination of a project opened by the administration for several years and all legal, procedural and technical requirements have been put in place.

It aims to improve customs clearance conditions in terms of reducing the costs and deadlines of foreign trade operations and to enhance transparency in the processing of customs operations.

All public and private partners (ANP, TMPA, Portnet, port and airport managers, freight forwarders, transporters, inspection bodies, etc.) have actively contributed to the achievement of this objective.

Circular N° 5885/312 of 26/12/2018, available on the website of the administration, describes all the management rules of the dematerialized circuit.

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