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CNCI seminar on ‘Modernised Customs Procedure and Imports/Exports Documentation’


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The Ceylon National Chamber of Industries (CNCI), the pioneer industry chamber in Sri Lanka, has organised a comprehensive full day Seminar on ‘Modernised Customs Procedure and Imports/Exports Documentation’ on Tuesday, 28 January, from 8.30 a.m to 4.00 p.m at Hotel Taj Samudra, Colombo 03.

CNCI has observed that many company employees engaged in Logistics and Imports and Exports Administration need development in the areas of Customs Procedure and Imports/Exports Documentation for their professional efficiency as well as personal development.  

With the rapid advancement of technology, customs procedures are changed constantly to ensure the user-friendliness of table and counter activities. Since in the recent past, Sri Lanka Customs has been taking great efforts to introduce and implement efficient upgrades to several activities and processes to facilitate international trade. As such, the Chamber CNCI has deemed it useful to update its members with the modernised customs procedures. 

Customs CSA Deputy Directors Chandrasekare and T.G.A. Arachchi and Customs Deputy Superintendents K.P.D.C.H. Kaushalya and I.U.S. Jayarathne, with their grand expertise and decades of experience in the field, will conduct the seminar by sharing novel ideas of ground realities and clearing up any doubts and queries.   

The areas expected to be covered at the seminar include Customs Import/Export Procedures, Modernisation of Customs Procedure, Bond Procedure, TIEP Scheme, Entrepôt Trade and Multi-Country Consolidation.

This seminar is ideal for managers of all levels and in various streams, executives dealing with imports and exports, and academics, providing the opportunity to update and enhance their knowledge in order to serve their institutions and both internal and external customers with better understanding. 

Reserve seats early by contacting CNCI secretariat through cnci@slt.lk. Participants will be awarded valid certificates and discounts will be given to the companies sending three or more participants.


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