Khalil Saqer Bin Gharib
Dubai Customs opens registration for summit
Dubai, March 31, 2013
Dubai Customs has opened registrations for the upcoming WCO IT Conference and Exhibition 2013 in Dubai, which will discuss and facilitate legitimate trade, border security, and customs’ coordination between countries.
Registrations may be made via the event’s official website wcoomd.org/en/events/upcoming-events/wco-it-conference.aspx The initiative offers members of the World Customs Organization (WCO), customs agencies, intergovernmental organisations and private sector representatives a seamless and hassle-free process to attend the conference that will include panel discussions, workshops and exhibition, a statement said.
Held under the patronage of Sheikh Mohammed bin Rashid Al Maktoum, Vice-President and Prime Minister of the UAE and Ruler of Dubai, the conference will run from May 14 to 16 at the Atlantis – The Palm in Dubai.
Themed ‘Effective Solutions for Coordinated Border Management’, the conference is being hosted for the first time in the Middle East.
Panellists at the event will examine topics related to customs operations such as control and inspection systems, transport and logistics.
Khalil Saqer Bin Gharib, director of Corporate Communications, Dubai Customs, said: "The official website serves as a comprehensive guide for both registered participants and those looking to register from around the world. The portal offers a simple and secure online registration form.
“The website also provides information on the event’s guests and speakers, workshops and panel discussions, as well as guidelines for obtaining the UAE visa and options for booking a hotel or flight."
WCO IT Conference and Exhibition 2013 is expected to witness the participation of over 800 global specialists in customs, security and information technology, representing the World Customs Organization and the customs departments of more than 100 countries. – TradeArabia News Service
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