• ALFI Appreciation of Integrated Supervision of Service System at Port

    Customs officers perform their duties at Soekarno-Hatta Airport. – Special

    JAKARTA – The Directorate General of Customs and Excise of the Ministry of Finance conducts integrated monitoring to ensure there is no disruption to online-based system of customs-excise information system and automation (CEISA) services connected to INSW.

    Director of Customs Technical Affairs of the Directorate General of Customs and Excise Ministry of Finance, Fadjar Donny said his office invites all parties to supervise if there is information on field constraints on licensing, especially for export and permit surveyor report (LS) to be immediately informed.

    He added that to facilitate and accelerate coordination as early as possible in following up in case of interference / obstacle of the online system through coordination with Indonesian National Single Window (INSW) portal manager and also with Inatrade Ministry of Trade portal manager.

    “We at Customs also continue to monitor and monitor the export and import activities until now, there are no obstacles in the CEISA system and also in the INSW system as well as the identification of complaints from business actors,” he told Bisnis.com on Thursday / 3/2018).

    Fadjar said it responded to the occurrence of disturbance of the Inaugrade Kemendag system on 28 February 2018.

    Based on the communication of Directorate General of Customs and Excise with INSW portal manager, he said, on February 28, 2018 has been done server maintenance on Inatrade system, and there is data back up process, which lasted about 3 hours. Then, around 14.00 WIB on the same day the process is complete and the system is running normally again.

    “Under normal conditions per date has been sent about 352 licensing surveyor report (LS) from Inatrade to INSW and forwarded to CEISA,” he explained.

    He said as for the condition of the system up to today there is no communication problem between Inatrade system with INSW system. “Until Wednesday March 7, 2018 alone, there is a streaming of about 600 licensing through INSW,” said Fadjar.

    General Secretary of Jakarta Allied Logistics and Forwarders Association (ALFI) Adil Karim appreciated the integrated monitoring pattern of the Directorate General of Customs and Excise on the integrated CIESA system of INSW.

    Should, he said, system monitoring activities also need to be implemented other agencies responsible in the management of online portals for the management of licensing import export trade.

    Currently, there are at least three import licensing portals online and ship service at ports integrated with INSW namely CIESA Customs and Excise, Inatrade Kemendag, and Kemenhub Inaportnet. “If the monitoring is attached at any time if there is a disturbance (hank) the system can be repaired immediately and there must be backups so as not to harm the business,” he said. (K1)

    Sources: http://industri.bisnis.com/read/20180308/98/747562/alfi-apresiasi-pengawasan-terpadu-sistem-pelayanan-di-pelabuhan
    Translated by Aryaputra PandeBIC

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