Updated on : 24-03-2014
The Project Team from LRA and OBFC are to be congratulated on the efforts as are all the Ministries and Agencies who have provided the relevant information.
The launch is a positive step, but the acid test for business will be the accuracy of the information and the timely updating of the portal. I would encourage all stakeholders to make good use of the news section to give early warning of changes so that business can make a constructive contribution to the process.
To my business colleagues I encourage you to make full use of the site and particularly encourage you to offer constructive feedback on its usefulness and potential development.
I am also aware that this is the first step in an much broader Customs and Border management development to be released over the next two years and look forward to seeing this continuous improvement.
As a frequent border user myself I look to the portal to provide a major element of the much needed consistency at the Border posts and will be monitoring this closely.
Again congratulations and welcome to this development.
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