KARACHI: Model Customs Collectorate of Appraisement-West is gearing up to enhance the working scenario of examination hall at Karachi International Containers Terminal (KICT) by introducing latest information technology, it is learn here.
Sources in the collectorate informed Customs Today that the MCC of Appraisement-West has acquired five latest Tablet PCs for the examining officials at KICT to advance the working and make it more efficient.
The sources further told this scribe that the collectorate has demanded total 20 Tablet PCs for its examining staff in order to make the entire working computerised and provide hassle-free environment for the traders, importers and other stakeholders in the process of clearance of their consignments.
“The Collectorate has attained five Tablet PCs for its staff while the process of the procurement of 15 other Tablet PCs was in progress”, they added.
When contacted, Collector of MCC Appraisement-West, Muhammad Saleem confirmed the process of procurement of Tablet PCs for examination officers.
He said that the entire process would be completed within the week by the end of March, adding that the whole examination area would be computerised to ensure fast and speedy process of examination and clearance.