Chairman of GOEIC in an expanded meeting with the 6 October Investors Association to facilitate export constraints

Publish Date 07/06/2022 08:08 PM
Last Update 08/06/2022 11:11 AM

Mr. Eng. Essam Al-Naggar, Chairman of the General Organization for Export and Import Control, in the presence of Dr. Mohammed Khamis Shaban, President of the Investors Association, participated 6 October in an expanded meeting with a large elite of the members of the Association, where his Excellency addressed the development of GOIEC. This development included several factories accredited in various sectors located in all Egyptian ports. GOIEC developed them in an integrated manner in all disciplines to cover most imports so that it has the ability to help investors and exporters achieve standard standards and improve the quality of products so as to conform to the requirements targeted by all international markets, His Excellency noted that this development cost 320 million Pounds.

Eng. Essam Al-Najjar also added that the GOIEC has established a conformity certification unit for products such as clothing and textiles, as well as biodegradable plastic, etc., in order to assist companies in obtaining certificates that qualify them for export.

It is worth mentioning that the General Organization for Export and Import Control is one of the first government agencies to register in the Saber e-platform as an evaluation and matching entity in the field of textile products and leather. (Sea-Air-Land) which contributes to the expeditious issuance of conformity certificates and the results of the analysis in addition to the above, a decision was issued by Her Excellency the Minister of Trade and Industry to grant GOIEC to issue a certificate of free sale. a unit has also been established to facilitate the work of exporters to support exporters and solve all problems encountered within the framework of decisions and laws.

Eng. Essam Al-Naggar also confirmed that GOIEC is pursuing the implementation of decree No. 43 on the registration of foreign factories supplied to Egypt, to protect the national product and not to enter poor products in the domestic market and to protect the industry.

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