|Representatives of the Customs Supervision and Management Department under the General Department of Việt Nam Customs and the Việt Nam Logistics Association are signing co-operation agreement during a signing ceremony held on Tuesday. — Photo baohaiquan.vn|Viet Nam News
HÀ NỘI — The Customs Supervision and Management Department under the General Department of Việt Nam Customs (GDC) signed a co-operation agreement with the Việt Nam Logistics Association (VLA) on Tuesday.
Under the agreement, action plans will be launched to improve the national logistics sector’s competitiveness.
Customs authorities will work closely with VLA to boost the development of logistics services throughout the country, supporting logistics enterprises to improve their operation effectiveness and enhancing supervision and management of logistics business.
The two sides also aim at strengthening the link between logistics enterprises in the country and between enterprises and customs authorities.
GDC Deputy General Director Vũ Ngọc Anh said customs authorities have actively co-operated with the business community and VLA in the development of logistics-related legal documents as well as in the detection and handling of problems related to the law enforcement process.
He added that the customs sector had received contributive comments and feedback from enterprises, based on which it could promptly make adjustments in line with practical conditions. The two sides would discuss solutions to support each other in logistics activities, making Việt Nam a regional logistics centre.
VLA said it would actively co-operate with customs authorities in the modernisation and management of logistics services to support and strengthen the country’s export and import activities. — VNS