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Africa Trade & Customs Week – Customs, Compliance, Innovation and Trade Facilitation set to come together

Africa Trade & Customs Week Summit the largest customs summit in the region taking place from the 11th -13th of July in Durban comes at an opportune time, both for South Africa and Africa as a whole. With the aim to serve as the global platform for the future of next-generation supply chain and borderless trade across Africa.

Focused on customs, compliance, and trade facilitation by capturing innovation, future technology, and interactivity, Africa Trade & Customs Week provides a unique experience, through 3 days of interactive programs, workshops, and capacity-building sessions demonstrating the best practices between the private and public sector.

Africa Trade and Customs Week aims to change the way global leaders and decision-makers approach integrated customs capabilities,” said Dale Magaya, CEO and Event Director.

Investment is a critical instigator of change. We need to ensure that we are collaborating and directing Investments toward disruptive ideas that will shape the industry’s future. Africa Trade and Customs Week Summit will reflect the size of opportunities and value of partnerships available, putting Africa at the heart of a more collaborative industry.

The recent global pandemic COVID-19 makes the 2022 edition of Africa Trade and Customs Week Summit a must-attend show for international capacity building and development of best practices between the public and private sector,” added Magaya.

The Summit is set to welcome over 500 international policy leaders, customs agencies, technology, private sector trade & customs leaders to discuss key aspects of the next-generation supply chain and borderless trade.

The 2022 edition will showcase global customs and trade capabilities across agencies + promote Africa as a hub for global trade. The interactive leaders’ program is focused on G2G, G2B, and B2B customs, supply chain, trade facilitation, border security, and technology across the customs and trade value chain.

Farah Naidoo
Sales and Marketing

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