ABU DHABI, 16th October / WAM/ The General Administration of Abu Dhabi Customs is reviewing its new and innovative digital projects and initiatives during its participation under the umbrella of the Abu Dhabi Government pavilion at GITEX Technology Week 2021, which will start at the Dubai World Trade Center tomorrow and will continue until October 21.
During its participation, the General Administration of Customs in Abu Dhabi will launch a number of new smart strategic projects, in addition to reviewing its digital services through the “Tamm” platform, in line with the efforts of the Abu Dhabi government for digital transformation and achieving a qualitative leap in the concept of providing government services and moving towards the digital future.
During its participation in the exhibition, the General Administration of Abu Dhabi Customs aims to forge more partnerships with major government and private technology companies in order to enhance the customs work system through a highly developed digital customs environment that meets the aspirations of investors and traders and contributes to facilitating the movement of trade and transporting goods easily and smoothly through the advanced customs ports of the Emirate Abu Dhabi.
As part of its strategy for digital transformation, the General Administration of Abu Dhabi Customs has succeeded in completing many smart customs projects, in addition to automating all its services through the “Tamm” platform by relying on cloud and digital solutions, artificial intelligence and advanced technologies in completing customs transactions and developing the skills of its employees in all their functional specializations, especially Customs inspectors and controllers.
Proactivity, readiness, and continuous development of the experience of customers and partners are essential pillars in strengthening the customs work system in the Emirate of Abu Dhabi through smart customs that keeps pace with the rapid global developments in a way that enhances the movement of trade, especially electronic commerce.
The General Administration of Abu Dhabi Customs has completed the electronic linkage with more than 60 local and federal entities at the state level. The approvals automation project was recently completed by activating the electronic link with the Ministry of Industry and Advanced Technology, which comes as a continuation of the efforts to automate obtaining the necessary approvals to speed up the completion of customs clearance transactions through the channels digital in a manner that enhances the flexibility of presentation and access to services, and it reflects positively on the investment environment in the Emirate of Abu Dhabi and the UAE in general.