Customs World takes part in Port Efficiency Conference in Ghana
Customs World showcases Dubai Customs experience to Ghani vice-president and officials
7th June 2017
In a step to develop relations with Ghana and to build up more momentum towards an official business partnership, a delegation from Customs World, a subsidiary of Ports, Customs and Free Zone Corporation (PCFC), has recently visited the Republic of Ghana to attend the Port Efficiency Conference in the Ghani capital Accra. The delegation included Faisal Eissa Lutfi, CEO of Customs World, and Adolphe Chaiban, Head of Development at Customs World.
Ghana organized this conference and invited Customs World to learn about the best practices followed in customs and ports as part of a reform national program. Customs World was selected to inspire and talk about the best useful customs practices adopted at Dubai Customs which has the best customs experience in the world.
As part of the visit, Customs World delegation met with Dr Mahamodu Keerimatin, Vice-President of Ghana, Cuaco Aufori, Minister of Transport, Alan Kerematin, Minister of Trade and Industry, Mohammed Awal, Minister of Business Development and Cufi Niti, General Commissioner of Revenue Authority in Ghana.
The Ghani ministers and senior officials listened to a presentation from Faisal Lutfi on Dubai Customs experience in promoting customs procedures and services, and its global distinctive role in innovating new customs services and products. The presentation also included information on the advanced applications and experiences that Customs World can provide to advance customs procedures and services in the friendly countries.