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GUCE

Single Window for Foreign Trade Operations


Manager

Isidore Biyiha


Historique

Le GUCE est le fruit d’un partenariat entre le secteur privé et le gouvernement camerounais. C’est l’un des premiers guichets uniques opérationnel en Afrique (création en 2000). Grâce à un système d’information performant, son but ultime est la réduction des coûts et délais de passage des marchandises par la simplification des procédures du commerce extérieur. Le GUCE, membre fondateur de l’AACE, préside son comité exécutif depuis le 14 mars 2017.

S’il entend bien étendre le projet pilote d’échanges de certificat d’origine à l’échelle Régionale (CEMAC, CEEAC), il est également membre d’organes de facilitations tels que le Comité National de Facilitation des Echanges (CONAFE) et est Co-auteur du Guide de Mise en œuvre des Guichets uniques en Afrique.

Services

  • Procédures électroniques,
  • Simulateur de droits et taxes de douane,
  • Tracking de conteneurs,
  • Prévision d’escale,
  • Paiement électronique des droits et taxes de douane

Présentation

Missions 

  • Simplification et facilitation des procédures du commerce extérieur
  • Réduction des coûts et délais de passage des marchandises

Accompagnement

  • Une hotline à votre écoute tous les jours ouvrables
  • Un bureau de facilitation pour saisir et suivre votre dossier sur place
  • Un centre d’information et de conseil pour vous renseigner
  • Un guide des procédures dématérialisées et du commerce transfrontalier
  • Une présence effective sur les réseaux sociaux

Présentation GUCE


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GUCE

Manager

Auguste MBAPPE PENDA
General Manager, Cameroon National Shippers’ Council

Senior Administrative Officer appointed CNSC General Manager by presidential Decree of 24 January 2006.


Historical Background

Created in 1975, the Cameroon National Shippers’ Council (CNSC) is an administrative public establishment which provides assistance to and protects the interests of shippers on the entire transport chain with a view to contributing to the promotion of external trade in Cameroon. The enactment of the December 1997 law to liberalise maritime transport in Cameroon and the disappearance of cargo sharing, which was its main source of revenue, the CNSC closed down and sprang back eight year later with the appointment of the current management team by Decree No.2006/028 of 24 January 2006.


Overview

The Cameroon National Council Shippers' (CNSC) enhances the performance of Cameroonian Shippers regarding the mastery of domestic and international trade operations through:

  • Training
    The CNSC designs training modules and organises quarterly, free, specific and field training sessions on request for transport and international trade sector actors.

  • Information
    CNSC’s publications provide shippers with practical information on transport and international trade. In order to facilitate international trade, the CNSC uses ICTs through various platforms namely various CNSC websites and the online Electronic Cargo Tracking Note (ECTN) to track shipments bound for and leaving Cameroon.

  • Protection of Shippers’ interests
    This consists in monitoring freight rates with a view to easing the transport of goods at costs that enable shippers and ship-owners and other actors of the transport chain to break even.

  • Studies
    The CNSC organises regular forums for experience sharing and conducts studies to ease cargo transport in order to enhance the competitiveness of Cameroonian shippers on the international market, to better know the organisation, functioning and needs of transport sector actors. This is to provide them with appropriate assistance.

  • Promotion of international trade
    Given its fundamental tasks in the transport and international trade sectors, the CNSC has been entrusted with the management of the Electronic Cargo Tracking Note (ECTN). The ECTN is required to effectively, collect statistics on, identify, control, supervise and manage import / export traffic to and from Cameroon. More specifically, the ECTN provides data that go into the drafting the "Book of Statistics" that the CNSC publishes on a regular basis.

  • Trade facilitation
    The CNSC is working to ease and simplify trade in Cameroon. In this regard, it hosts and runs the Permanent Secretariat of the National Committee on Trade Facilitation (NCTF).
    The CNCS is also responsible for the overall coordination of the implementation process of the SOLAS Convention amendment regarding the mandatory weighing of containers.

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