Customs clearance procedure at Big Port St. Petersburg required no customs officers on board in some 61% of cases in 2014
Customs clearance procedure at Big Port St. Petersburg required no customs officers on board incoming\outgoing vessels in 58.97% / 62.92% of cases in 2014, Andrey Mikhailyuk, head of Baltic Custom’s Service for Customs Control Organization, told in his interview with IAA PortNews. As for Passenger Port of St. Petersburg, it was as high as 100%.
Full test of the interview dedicated to innovations in customs administration, separation of functions between the Energy and Baltic Customs when it comes to bunker fuel clearance and control is available in the new edition of “Port Service. Bunkering Market.” journal from early February 2015.
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