When a container is selected by customs for inspection, the container's declarant receives a message from Customs to deliver the container for visual inspection at the Border Inspection Post (BIP). Within the VisiGIP application, the user is able to register the container, select a verified transport operator and create a request for transport from the Terminal to the BIP.
Once the transport operator accepts the mandate for the transport, he agrees upon a delivery at the BIP within the hour (after leaving the terminal).
VisiGIP allows all related stakeholders to follow up the status of the inspection. The following updates are available:
VisiGIP can be used as a separate app and is an extension to the CCRM "Green Light" from Customs. It is linked to our Green Lights API and the ImportChain data-hub.
Digitise the commitment with the transport company to bring your container to the BIP
Get notified if your container does not arrive at the BIP in the foreseen time slot
Get status updates of your container during inspection
The VisiGIP APP can be used by:
Users can login to the Port@pp application to follow the status of their containers.
In order to use the Application
Monthly subscription fee
The costs of the VisiGIP application will be available by the end of September 2019.
|SLA (Priority Level Pilot)|
The information of the VisiGIP service, and more particular the containers that are selected for inspection, is provided by Customs.
Gate-out information is provided by Terminals. Terminals that want to connect their updates with NxtPort can contact us.
Other companies interested in setting up a similar interface between customs, terminals and forwarders/declarants can contact us.
VisiGIP is an application developed by Port@pp. The NxtPort platform is used to exchange information between Customs, terminals and the users of the application.
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