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Since its creation in 2000, Tunisia Tunisia TradeNethas come to leverage its expertise in many business lines, at the national level: the administrative sector, banking sector, foreign trade and transport sector; and at the international level: the creation of the Information System of the Single Window for Foreign Trade at the port of Douala in Cameroon. of the Single Window for Foreign Trade at the port of Douala in Cameroon.

ADMINISTRATIVE SECTOR

  • Interfacing with the Customs IT system,
  • · Interfacing with the Ministry of Commerce, etc.

THE BANKING SECTOR

  • EDI interfacing
  • · Managing the foreign trade application (COMEX)

THE TRANSPORT SECTOR

  • Interfacing with Tunisair, CTN, OMMP, STAM.
  • Developing an application for the management for the manifests of the Tunisian Navigation Company (CTN).
  • Developing a business application (TTNShipping) for marine carriers
  • Developing a business application (TTNFLY) for air carriers.

THE FOREIGN TRADE SECTOR

  • Developing and implementing the freight forwarding business application (TTNTRANS).

ELECTRONIC SIGNATURE SOLUTIONS

  • Developing and implementing electronic signature solutions

  • Creating the Information System of the Single Window for Foreign Trade at the port of Douala in Cameroun
  • Executing the information system of the portal of the Single Window for Foreign Trade at the port of Douala in Cameroun.
  • Developing the institutional website of the Single Window for Foreign Trade at the port of Douala in Cameroun.
  • Connecting the Tunisian and European Customs with a view to the electronic exchange of ENS (Entry Summary Declaration), in accordance with the European regulations applicable to all imports to Europe which came into force in January 2011. Indeed, TNN has connected the Electronic Single Window to the French logistics platform of the MGI Company, within the framework of the European import control system, ICS, in order to exchange the Entry Summary Declaration “ENS”. Thanks to the expertise of TTN, this achievement makes of Tunisia the first country of the southern Mediterranean shore to comply with this new European regulation within the deadline. Tunisia TradeNet is a member of the African Alliance for Electronic Commerce (AACE). With this achievement, Tunisia, thanks to the expertise of TTN, is the 1st country on the southern shore of the Mediterranean to comply on time with this new European regulation.
  • Tunisia TradeNetis a member of the African Alliance for Electronic Commerce (AACE).

https://african-alliance.org/AACE/

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