Customs charge hit coming

IMPORTERS, exporters, brokers and forwarders will be hit by changes to cargo management to be introduced by the Australian Customs Service in 2001.

The Customs Cargo Management reengineering business model aims to reduce costs and increase cargo handling efficiencies at Australia’s airports and waterfronts.

Customs is currently undertaking an education and consultative program for all interested parties.

Improved efficiency in the industry and government services will be achieved by a modular and integrated approach to computer applications, rationalisation of information management and technical infrastructure.

The management system also aims to improve access to the cargo management system through the provision of a single window for industry and agency clients as well as the use of the business entry point to assist small business.

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