•      To strike balance between trade facilitation and revenue collection

•      To minimize commercial fraud and areas of risks in public revenue

•      To reduce the costs of imports through trade facilitation

•      To audit on the basis of classification of goods, undervaluation and other related matters

•       To audit whether the laws relating to customs have been observed or not



•      Customs efficiency and trade facilitation

•      Improved collaboration between Traders and Customs

•      Improved compliance with Laws and Regulations

•      Better human resource allocation

•      Increased revenue yield

•      Reduced release time

•      Lower transaction cost