The senior official said that the government has implemented technology that makes it possible to make export and import easier, faster and more efficient.
“For example, greater use of scanners for non-intrusive cargo inspection at ports by the Anti-Drug Police, virtual presentation of the letter of responsibility to the Anti-Drug Police at airports, which translates into a 12-hour reduction in documentary export processes,” he said. Restrepo.
The Colombian government seeks to ensure that everyone involved in the logistics chain and in foreign trade operations has sufficient technical tools to enable them to increase their competitiveness in foreign trade, which will result in greater equity for all.
“The commitment to increase more foreign capital in the country, which now grows 25.1%, for over a year. This does not translate only in exchange for technology and knowledge, but in more formal jobs ”, added the minister.
Minister of Industry and Tourism, José Manuel Restrepo, explained that the use of technology is fundamental to achieve greater efficiency.
Source: TRT NET