The information system "ASYCUDA World" has been introduced in the customs authorities of Turkmenistan
The customs authorities of Turkmenistan have introduced a digital system - the integrated customs information system "ASYCUDA World" developed by UNCTAD.
In recent years, technological reforms, which are one of the main instruments for sustainable development in Turkmenistan, have received a powerful impetus, and the digital system and information technologies have been firmly integrated into all areas, including the work of the State Customs Service of Turkmenistan.
According to the Internet portal of the State Customs Service of Turkmenistan, the customs service of our country uses advanced technologies and the latest world-class inspection equipment, which makes it possible to reduce the time of customs control and increase its efficiency. The service has a high-speed integrated communication network, video surveillance and a modern geolocation system for tracking vehicles, allowing remote monitoring.
And also, electronic services, information portals of the service, implemented digital systems such as the integrated customs information system "ASYCUDA World", which fully automated the customs clearance procedure, collection and analysis of information, or as software "Digital customs procedure", which coordinates the work of all services involved in the clearance of goods and vehicles at checkpoints across the state border of the country are working in full force and are constantly being improved.
In addition, at present, with the help of digital systems, the customs authorities are taking targeted measures to establish a preliminary electronic exchange of information with the customs authorities of the countries of the region, operations ".
Add, the software Asycuda World (Automated system for customs data) - an information system developed by UNCTAD (United Nations Conference on Trade and Development - a body of the UN General Assembly) - simplifies the verification of documents at customs. The system allows up to 14 times to reduce the time that is usually spent on cargo clearance.
Prepared by Janmamed Gulamov