[size=36]Customs issued directives to importers and customs agents[/size]
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The General Authority of Customs announced on Sunday, to instruct importers and customs agents to expedite the graduation of completed missions.
The General Authority for Customs issued today a directive to all importers and customs agents officially authorized by it to be present during the first hour of official working hours in all customs centers for the purpose of accelerating the completion of customs transactions and the graduation of completed consignments. And completed the procedures of the estate of the port to avoid cases of stacking trucks at the exit gate.
The agency said, according to the statement, that "customs clearance agents should not delay deliveries and seek to graduate immediately after the completion of customs procedures and not cause the accumulation of trucks inside customs centers."
This comes within the directives of the Authority for the purpose of simplifying the procedures and allowing the empty trucks to enter and load the goods and containers and seek to streamline the movement within the border crossings, while the violating body carried all the legal consequences resulting from it. According to the statement