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The experience of PORTNET in terms of one-stop shop is for us a reference knowing that the latter has started well after us but has achieved a very considerable advance, it is in this context that we are inspired by the Moroccan experience in a framework for exchange and mutual enrichment through the African Alliance.


The arrival of PortNet has done good in many level, it has had the merit of bringing together the Community of Foreign Trade around a structuring project that is the one-stop shop.

Rachid Tahri, President of AFFM

The establishment of the Single Window has seen its impact and its direct interaction with the competitiveness of our national economy. It represents a breakthrough between key players in foreign trade and the benefits and benefits of simplification, and the dematerialization of foreign trade procedures on the economy and businesses.

Hassan Sentissi El Idrissi, President of ASMEX - The 3d edition of the Annual Conference of Single Window PortNet, december 12, 2017.

Members commended Morocco on its trade facilitation reforms, including the introduction of the PortNet electronic platform and the improvement of the computer system for Customs administration

Minister Delegate to the Ministry of Industry, trade , Investments and digital economy , in charge of foreign trade

Another project of utmost importance lies in digitalisation.  The ambitious PortNet project registered significant headway. We need to maintain the momentum to address the challenges in order to achieve the “zero paper” goal in the import and export procedures. We hope that effort will continue and accelerate in terms of digitalisation of procedures.

Bensalah Chaqroun Miriem, , Chairwoman of Morocco’s Employers Federation (CGEM)

Morocco has a port single window  as well as the human element that manages trade in all Moroccan ports. This enabled Morocco to take leading positions in the ranking of the World Bank for logistics

Richard Morton, ,Secretary General of the International Port Community System Association
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