The port managements of Casablanca in Morocco, and La Spezia in Italy, are exploring innovative measures to facilitate the flow of goods.
The new measures are in line with the Innovation Program of the National Ports Agency (ANP) and the European FENIX program.
At their joint press release, the two ports said their primary goal is to improve and simplify import and export procedures between the ports of Morocco and the ports in the European Union.
The statement emphasized that achieving the goal depends on ensuring electronic exchanges between customs, control authorities, and a group of concerned actors and competent authorities.
Such means seeking to respond to the requirements of international standards through the Moroccan Single Window to simplify the procedures of foreign trade (Portnet) and the mutual recognition of control procedures. Another point is the harnessing of new technologies, such as the Internet of Things (IOT) to improve operations.
Italy provides 5.3% of Morocco’s imports. It also receives 4.2% of Moroccan exports.
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