Under development by Alfândega de Vitória and the Federal Institute of Espírito Santo (Ifes), the E-Trânsito project aims to simplify customs transit through the use of technology, without sacrificing the necessary security. With a focus on developing cutting-edge technology, the two institutions presented the project to entities that operate in foreign trade in Espírito Santo, on Thursday, 12/08, with one of the guests being the executive director of Centrorochas, Celmo de Freitas.
The meeting was an opportunity for the representative of the national entity of the stone sector and the other entities present to get to know the proposal and the format of the development of the project, presented by the inspector Fabricio Betto. E-Trânsito enters the development phase, with final delivery expected within 18 months.
The program has an estimated cost of BRL 600,000, and Customs, through the allocation of equipment, is paying for part of this amount. In the next few days, an announcement will be published with information so that non-profit organizations can join the project.
In addition to Celmo, who also represented Sindirochas, the superintendent of the Federal Revenue – 7th Region, tax auditor Flávio José Passos Coelho; the delegate from Vitória’s Customs, tax auditor Douglas Costa Koehler, among other members of Customs and representatives of entities that operate in the foreign trade of Espírito Santo.