MACCS goes live at trade centres in Muse, Chinshwehaw border areas


The Myanmar Automated Cargo Clearance System-MACCS was introduced at the inspection camps along Muse and Chinshwehaw trade route starting 1 April, according to the Customs Department.
The MACCS has adapted as the paper-based manual system cause delays in customs clearing processes, costs a lot, affects the exact trade digits generally and hinders the trade.
The MACCS was running in Yangon and Thilawa area in November 2016 to speed up the import/export clearing system, be in line with the international customs procedures, reduce time and expenses and systematically apply Risk Management.
The system was designed based on the Nippon Automated Cargo Clearance and Port Consolidated System-NACCS with the help of the Japanese government as per the law and procedures of Myanmar.
The system also went live in the Myawady border area in June 2018 in addition to Yangon and Thilawa, and now it is expanded to the Muse and Chinshwehaw border crossings.
The details of MACCS can be explored at its website — Shane/GNLM

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