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New Qatar Rules

Dear All, We have received the below information regarding changes in customs procedures in Qatar. Please check inform your Clients accordingly  to avoid any delay in clearance Please be informed that,  all  the  shipments coming by road need ARABIC  Invoice/Packing list  and COO mandatorily  henceforth . For those trucks who is having more than one Bayan, inspection will be done only through RAMP 3.   If a trailer reaches in the morning hours, same has to wait till next day morning for ...
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Dubai Customs

Dubai Customs and DC World ink agreement of cooperation to enhance customs work regionally and internationally  [New!]19/05/2015     ​ Dubai Customs and Dubai Customs World (DC World) have inked an agreement of cooperation to boost ties between the two and devise a clear regulatory framework of cooperation.    The signing ceremony was attended by H.E. Sultan Ahmed bin Sulayem, Chairman of DP World and Chairman of Ports, Customs and Free Zone Corporation (PCFC). The agreement was signed by H.E. Ahmed Mahbo...
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Sharjah Customs

Queen Mary 2 docks in Khorfakkan   The luxury cruise liner, the  Queen Mary 2, docked in Khorfakkan on Wednesday January 28th on its maiden visit to the port. Queen Mary 2, which cost Dhs2.5 billion to build and is operated by Cunard Line, celebrated its 10th anniversary last year.     Mohammed Meer Al Sarah, Director of the Department of Seaports and Customs and H.E. Khalid Al Midfa, Director General of Sharjah Commerce and Tourism Development Authority along with Khamis al Budaiwi, Director of Khorfakkan Cu...
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