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Customs fix coming

RACHELLE AGARD, rachelleagard@nationnews.com

Added 11 September 2019


Comptroller of Customs Owen Holder (FILE)

Those teething problems at the Customs and Excise Department should soon be a thing of the past.

Customs brokers are being assured that provisions have been made to deal with issues with the recently implemented ASYCUDO World system, which led to numerous delays and no access to Government’s systems this week.

The assurances came from new Comptroller of Customs Owen Holder who was speaking to THE NATION yesterday.

“There is a project unit and there is a number where they can call into that unit. There is also an email where they can access the system and get directive from members of the project unit, as well as the consultant is there to assist wherever questions are asked,” he said. (RA)

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