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09 August 2022 The on-line newspaper devoted to the world of transports 03:37 GMT+2

July 12, 2022

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Launched the S.U.Do.Co., the Single Customs and Customs Window Controls

Giovannini: it will allow us to regain competitiveness vis-à-vis other countries that have invested before us in this direction

Today in Rome, at the headquarters of the Agency of Excise Duties, Customs and Monopoli in Piazza Mastai, the Committee of coordination and permanent monitoring of the One-Stop Shop Customs and Controls (S.U.Do.Co.), a single window to the service of operators and administrators whose purpose is to allow the coordination of controls on goods and thus to limit the parking time of incoming or outgoing loads in the national territory, as well as providing a single point of access to the operators for the management of the documents in support of the customs operations and for their tracking. The One-Stop Shop Customs and Controls will make it possible to adapt the system Italian to the recommendations issued at international level. Specifically, the principle of "once" will be applied only", according to which the transmission of information by of operators must take place only once, through a single interface.

The S.U.Do.Co. will allow professionals to monitor the entire process of the customs operation, from entry and exit of goods from the national territory to traceability of the progress of the controls, passing through the verification the conclusion of the proceedings. As a result it will be it is possible to concentrate the preliminary activities, including competence of different administrations, in a single instrument. In addition, the system will provide a portal through which the operators will manage the procedures for the issuance of certifications, checking the status of advancement.

'With the launch of this Coordination Committee for the creation and extension of the Single Customs Window - has underlined, in the margins of the conference presenting the Committee, the Minister for Infrastructure and Mobility enrico Giovannini sustainable - we move to a new phase of integration between administrations that will allow us to regain competitiveness vis-à-vis other countries that they have invested before us in this direction. The Committee will ensure a speeding up of development, but above all of the use of this new tool by the whole cluster maritime'.

"If we consider that, of the total goods, about 60% passes through the ports - highlighted Maria Teresa Di Matteo, deputy head Cabinet - Director-General for the Supervision of Authorities of port system, maritime and waterborne transport internal MiMS, during the conference - immediately we realize I take into account how much the S.U.Do.Co. is an indispensable tool'.

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