Customs modernisation relates to the full range of Customs operations. Its main objective is to ensure that Customs administrations constantly keep pace with developments in international trade, whether of a technological, legal or economic nature. A modernisation programme for Customs services seeks to develop a competent and efficient administration, determine the optimum management of staff and available technical resources, and instil a culture of good governance and integrity to facilitate the crucial role played by Customs in the global trading system.
We provide well-designed and targeted Customs Modernisation Services focussed on improving the efficiency and effectiveness of Customs administrations which deliver significant dividends for governments and donors alike and allow developing countries to take advantage of the opportunities provided by the expanding global trading system. Clients include national governments, the European Union, UNDP, ADB and World Bank. We have performed assignments all over the word, including Abu Dhabi, Niue, Ajman, Togo, Ghana, India, and the KSA.
Our customs capacity building services covering strategy, HR management, integrity, etc., are aligned with the following best practices:
- The revised Arusha Declaration;
- WCO Strategy and Programme for the promotion of Integrity in Customs;
- The Revised Kyoto Convention;
- The ICC Customs Guidelines.