Cameroon: Bolloré Transport & Logistics signs a memorandum of understanding with Customs and KiwiPay for the development of electronic commerce

Bolloré Transport & Logistics signed in Yaoundé on Wednesday November 03, 2021, a memorandum of understanding with Customs and KiwiPay Afrique Centrale SARL, a company specializing in e-commerce to promote the development of electronic commerce in Cameroon.

As part of this agreement, Bolloré Transport & Logistics will be responsible for managing customs formalities and paying the duties and taxes of packages imported by air and sea, thus facilitating the import process and to speed up the delivery times of goods.

“This protocol, which commits us over a period of three years, materializes the commitments of the Customs-Business Forum promoted by the World Customs Organization (WCO) and of the Convention signed in 2015 between Bolloré Transport & Logistics and the Customs Administration . It thus offers the General Directorate of Customs the opportunity to participate in the development of electronic commerce but also to improve the collection of customs revenue related to this activity. »Said FONGOD NUVAGA Edwin, Director General of Customs.

For Serge AGNERO, Regional Director Gulf of Guinea of ​​Bolloré Transport & Logistics: “This partnership with KiwiPay

Central Africa marks our desire to anticipate and meet the next challenges related to the development of electronic commerce in Cameroon. Our innovative and scalable solutions are perfectly adapted to the new needs of customers and are implemented by teams fully prepared to provide their expertise in the service of the competitiveness of the economy of Cameroon. “.

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