The Interfront iCBS Transit Declaration Processing module supports the business processes of the customs administration for processing and tracking of domestic, community and international transit movements. Traders and customs administrators are able to submit declarations online via the web and EDI (EDIFACT or XML) and receive instant feedback.
The Interfront iCBS Transit Declaration Processing module replaces paper and manual controls with tactical system-based controls. This facilitates increased trade through harnessing the existing human intellectual capital to the customs operation.
The iCBS Transit Declaration Processing module can integrate to most financial systems to support the management of guarantees or bonds.
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