The Banking Association of Georgia is engaged in the development and implementation of the new computerized transit system for the trade promotion
The Banking Association of Georgia is engaged in the development and implementation of the new computerized transit system for the trade promotion
The Banking Association of Georgia is engaged in the development and implementation of the new computerized transit system for the trade promotionback
The Banking Association of Georgia is engaged in the development and implementation of the new computerized transit system for the trade promotion

The Banking Association of Georgia is involved in the Joint Twinning Program Working Group. The program, which is financed by the EU, includes the efforts of the Ministry of Finance of Georgia, the Revenue Service, Swedish Customs Service, Latvia Revenue Service, and the Polish National Revenue Service's dedicated to the promotion of the Georgian trade by developing and implementing the new computerized transit system (NCTS) supported by in the EU, Finland, Poland, Latvia and Georgia.


The above-mentioned system’s advantage is the transportation of cargo bound to Georgia from 36 countries involved in the program with a single uniform document, which excludes the renewal or change of these documents on the customs of all countries.


Traffic cargo movement has a growing character and in 2018, more than 11 million cargo units passed through the customs of the states participating in this system.