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Information publication Electronic document management for the movement of goods by sea vessels was discussed by customs officers with participants in foreign trade activities
August 24 2018

Electronic document management for the movement of goods by sea vessels was discussed by customs officers with participants in foreign trade activities

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Electronic document management for the movement of goods by sea vessels was discussed by customs officers with participants in foreign trade activities

920 sea vessels issued in the first half of the year 2018 Far Eastern Customs on the basis of information and documents submitted exclusively in electronic form. Issues that arise in the case of maritime carriers in the customs clearance of ships and transported goods were discussed by customs officers at a working meeting with participants in foreign economic activity (FEA).
The meeting took place in the Far Eastern Customs Office (DVTU). Representatives of customs and participants in foreign economic activity of the Far Eastern region were able to take part in the event in the videoconferencing mode.
Registration of court cases in electronic form became possible after the introduction in 2016 of the practice of the work of the customs authorities of the Far East and participants in foreign economic activity of the complex of software (KPS) "Portal Sea Port". Today more than 9 thousand foreign trade participants of the Far East are registered on the Portal.
The basis of electronic document circulation is a package of documents for the vessel. Packages of documents on the ship are divided according to the time of the direction to the preliminary and final. The preliminary package of documents for the vessel is sent at least two hours before the ship arrives at the port, the final - after. Mandatory this requirement is only for the territories of the free port of Vladivostok, in which the duty of prior information is established. For all the rest, it is absolutely necessary to present preliminary packages of documents today, but when presenting the preliminary package of documents, it is possible to significantly shorten the time for the decision of the customs authority.
According to Oksana Dolgikh, the head of the department for introduction of perspective customs technologies of DVTU, the possibilities of the Portal are not limited to the implementation of customs control. In the long term, the Portal can become a single platform for information exchange between all state control bodies, maritime carriers and participants in foreign economic activities in ports. Presenting information to the Portal, in fact, sea carriers transmit information to a variety of providing organizations and supervisory bodies.
Representatives of Kamchatka and Nakhodka customs told about the positive practice of electronic registration of sea vessels. Information on sea vessels to these, and also to Vladivostok Customs, is presented exclusively in electronic form.
With all the advantages of using the CPC Portal Portal Sea Port, participants of foreign trade activities have difficulties, often of a technical nature. Some of them were voiced at the working meeting.
After listening to the speeches of maritime carriers, the meeting participants decided to send concrete proposals to the Federal Customs Service (FCS of Russia) on the modernization of the CPP Portal Portal of the Sea Port. In particular, concerning the binding of the PIT (the usual advance notice) without additional closing of the dialog box for each bill of lading, the transfer of the electronic ship's case to the customs authority of departure (in case of its difference from the customs office of arrival).
In addition, the meeting decided to allow the customs authorities of the Far Eastern region to ensure electronic registration of court cases without requiring documents in paper form when the carrier or his representative submits the full package of documents in electronic form certified by an electronic signature of the authorized person. (Except where the submission of documents in paper form is determined by applicable law).
The participants of the foreign trade activities were recommended to send their suggestions on optimization of the activities using the CPP Portal Portal to the port of Far East, where they will be analyzed, summarized and sent to the FCS of Russia.
Information:
In the working meeting, chaired by the Acting President, First Deputy Head of DVTU Valery Gukov, representatives of Green Ray, CMA CGM RUS Vladivostok, VMK-Liners, Hyundai merchant marine Vladivostok, Belsu Shiping and other participants in foreign trade activities (in customs studios) took part.
31 July, 2018, the Board of the Eurasian Economic Commission adopted the Decision # 124 on introducing changes to the date of introduction of compulsory preliminary information when transporting water transport from 1 October 2018 on 1 July 2019.

Press service DVTU

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