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14 August 2020 The on-line newspaper devoted to the world of transports 19:07 GMT+2

July 23, 2020

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Agreement between the Customs Agency and Monopoly and Assoporti

The aim is to boost competitiveness national port and logistics system and the development of trades in ports

The Customs and Monopoly Agency and the Association of Italian Ports (Assoports) have signed an agreement to relaunch the competitiveness of the national port and logistics system and the development of trade in ports. The aim of the project is to help operators and businesses in the sector through coordination and establishment of technical tables (TAAP), recognition of tax benefits and operational simplifications.

Among the tools that the cartel has identified as useful for concrete realization of the objectives pursued: digitisation of customs procedures in port areas attention to import/export, import/export customs requirements related to the entry/exit of goods, boarding/landing, fulfillments and conditions related to the payment and collection of port and anchor fees, standardizing its modes Operational.

The agreement, signed yesterday by the Director-General of adM, Marcello Minenna, and the president of Assoporti, Daniele Rossi, also provides for the establishment of a director's booth consisting of a representative for each of the two parties, in collaboration, there where the need arises, with representatives of the Port System Authorities.

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