Nigeria Customs Service is hosting the 20th Conference of Directors-General of Customs, of West and Central African Regions of the WCO and the 14th Meeting of Expert Committee Monday 27th April – Friday 1st May 2015-04-21 Congress Hall Transcorp Hilton Hotel Abuja Nigeria
Nigeria Customs Service will be joining the global Customs Community to celebrate this year’s International Customs Day (ICD). This year, ICD is focussed around the theme: Coordinated Border Management: An inclusive approach for connecting stakeholders.
Date: Monday 26th January 2015 Venue: Conference Hall, Nigeria Customs Service Headquarters, Abuja Time: 10:30 am
In line with the World Customs Organization’s (WCO) policy of rewarding excellence, some officers and outstanding stakeholders who have demonstrated exemplary collaboration and/or ensure compliance will receive a WCO Award.
Communication: sharing information for better cooperation
The WCO is dedicating 2014 to promoting communication under the slogan “Communication: sharing information for better cooperation”.
WCO Members will have the opportunity to enhance the communication and information sharing practices and mechanisms that they have implemented, within their administration, with ministries and other government agencies, with both the trade community and the general public.
The Nigeria Customs Service will join in the celebration scheduled as follows:
Date: 27th January 2014 Venue: Congress Hall, Transcorp Hilton, Abuja Tme: 10:00 am
As part of Nigeria Customs Service’s collaborative efforts to achieve the 48-hours clearance agenda and a Single Window environment, the Single Window Business Process Analysis Workshop is being organized for stakeholders involved in the international trade supply chain.
This workshop will focus on verifying and validating the processes gathered and documented during the Gap Analysis Study, and will provide it to the forum to discuss improvement areas to be considered for our collaborative harmonization and streamlining efforts.
The output of this workshop will certainly contribute to our collective goal of achieving the 48 hours clearance agenda, facilitating the trade environment, and adopting the Single Window Concept. This workshop is aimed to management, technical practitioners, and operational staff of stakeholders who participated in the previous process gathering exercise. The details of the workshop are as follows:
DATE: 19th & 20th September 2012 VENUE: Customs Command & Service Staff College, Gwagwalada, Abuja TIME: 10:00 AM
A one week workshop on Customs Media Relations opens in Owerri the Imo State capital today; Monday the 26th of March, 2012 with its theme “Fostering Effective Customs Media Relations”. The event which is packaged by Charllotte Hill Limited for Public Relations Executives in the Nigeria Customs Service and the Media in conjunction with the Nigerian Institute of Public Relations (NIPR) will be held at ALL SEASONS HOTEL OWERRI with Resource persons drawn from the Institute.