(ANSA) – ROME, DEC 27 – The Regulations for the ‘Unified Customs and Controls Desk’ (Sudoco) are ready “to simplify, speed up and make transparent the procedures for checking goods entering and leaving Italy and increase the competitiveness of the national logistics network in ports and airports “. This is what the Ministry of Infrastructure and Sustainable Mobility announces in a note, recalling that the regulation is contained in the decree approved by the Council of Ministers on 23 December and will become operational after its publication in the Official Gazette. The provisions extend the competence of the Unico Dogale to all controls related to the entry and exit of goods, thus favoring the adaptation of the national system to the recommendations issued at international level which provide for the transmission of information by operators. once only (principle of ‘once only’) through a single interface (single window) and the need to run the checks simultaneously and in the same place.
“The One Stop Shop for Customs and Controls will favor the entire chain of goods transport, from producers to road hauliers, ensuring telematic dialogue and coordination between administrations and state bodies and interested economic operators”, explained the Minister of Sustainable Infrastructure and Mobility, Enrico Giovannini. “Sudoco – he added – is implementing one of the reforms envisaged by the National Recovery and Resilience Plan”. (HANDLE).
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