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Saudi Customs continues to work on Eid Al-Adha holiday to end import, export procedures

Saudi Customs continues to work on Eid Al-Adha holiday to end import, export procedures

RIYADH: Saudi Customs explained that work during the Eid al-Adha holiday for the year 1438 AH is continuing at all customs ports “land, air and sea” to end customs procedures for imports and exports.

Customs calls upon all its customs partners involved in the procedures of clearing goods from importers, exporters, shipping agents and customs agents to take advantage of this organization to terminate the procedures of goods received and exported through the customs (land, air, sea). This arrangement comes in the interest of the Saudi Customs to reduce the period of stay of goods at the customs outlets and to avoid any accumulation after the end of Eid holiday and to ensure the continued flow of imports and exports during the leave without interruption, which contributes to the provision of goods to citizens and reduce the cost of import and export and the consequent positive reflection on National economy.