Indeed, and from January 2020, the inspection certificate issued by FOODEX and the phytosanitary certificate issued by ONSSA necessary for agro-food exports are systematically integrated into the “Port Community System” of Tanger Med, and accessible to a database of nearly 5,000 Moroccan exporters throughout the Kingdom.

Thanks to the automated exchange, these documents are also transmitted digitally to the Customs Administration to obtain the proper customs boarding pass through the port.

These new dematerialized services set up by Tanger Med are the fruit of a partnership with the FOODEX and ONSSA control bodies, under the supervision of the Ministry of Agriculture and Maritime Fisheries, as well as with the Customs Administration. And Indirect Taxes, at the service of competitiveness and the facilitation of Moroccan agro-food exports.

Tanger Med is thus continuing its commitment to a digitalization process for the continuous improvement of its services to customers. These new services are therefore added to a range of solutions already accessible from Tanger Med’s “Port Community Sytem” such as: management of maritime calls, dematerialization of port passage, traceability of Freight units, multi-channel payment, etc.

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