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Container handling times at ports in the Far East are reduced
The time spent by containers in the large seaports of Primorye Vostochny and Vladivostok has been reduced by 30%, according to the official website of the Far Eastern Customs Administration. This was made possible thanks to an experiment conducted in these ports since 2013. The objectives of the experiment are to improve customs operations and reduce the processing time for containers arriving at the port.
In addition, to solve the assigned tasks, the Federal Customs Service has developed a prototype of the "Sea Port" portal, a unified platform for information interaction between state control bodies and the seaport and participants in foreign economic activity. A single information field is created on the basis of WEB technologies. The prototype of the Sea Port portal is being tested at five sea checkpoints located in the regions where the Far Eastern, North-Western and Southern customs administrations operate. In the Far Eastern Customs Administration, the pilot zone includes the customs posts of the ports of Vladivostok and Vostochny.
The results of work with the prototype portal "Sea Port" in the Far Eastern Customs Office allow us to conclude that the activities of both customs authorities and foreign trade participants have significantly improved. There are created conditions under which customs bodies will not require the provision, for example, of transport documents, but independently receive these documents from the information system of customs authorities. In addition, the use of information obtained from a single source (ie from a portal) guarantees a greater degree of its reliability.