Port Security Implementation Experience Of Pakistan Customs at IC3 Facility By Malik Kamran Azam Khan Rajar May 12, 2009
Challenges for Pakistan Customs in Emerging Threat of InternationalTerrorism in 21st Century
A Multidimensional Strategy to protect International Supply Chain Adoption of WCO Recommendations Procuring NII Technology UNODC Container Control Programme Pakistan’s AEO Programme Legal amendments for Money laundering Amendments for Advance Cargo Information Pakistan Customs and PNRA Partnership PaCCS and Risk Management Pakistan Customs and US CBP Partnership
Pakistan’s Trading PartnersMajor Export Destinations USA CARs/AFGH OTHERS MIDDLE EAST Europe CHINA 30% 25% 10% 5% 4% 26%
Secure Freight Initiative Port Qasim (IC3) Partnership between Pakistan Customs and United States Customs & Border Protection 5
Partnership 6 Partnership between Pakistan & Untied States governments on equal basis U.S. Equipments & their maintenance, Communication, Software Training Pakistan Land, Construction & maintenance
National Entry & Exit Points:Customs Frontiers China • 2 Regional Customs • 17 Custom Houses Peshawar Afghanistan Rawalpindi Sialkot FBR Lahore Faisalabad Multan Quetta India Seaports & Terminals: 5 Land Border Stations: 17 Airport Terminals: 10 Air Freight Units: 10 Railway Terminals: 2 Iran Hyderabad Gwadar Port Qasim Karachi
Histogram • Partnership between USCBP • and PAK Customs signed - March 2006 • Ground breaking - August 2006 • Construction at site started - November 2006 • Testing begins - 31 March 2007 • Inauguration - 30th April 2007 • 100% Scanning - 18 August 2007 10
Salient Features of IC3 Facility under SFI Advanced Cargo Screening consistent with SAFE Port Act 2006 and 9/11Commission Recommendations Act 2007 Screening Cargo across the board – Enlarging the scope of CSI Integrated data sharing on real time basis between two Customs administrations Pre-shipment clearance at the port of departure 11
MONTHLY CONTAINER MOVEMENT APRIL 2007 To DECEMBER 2008 3675 CONTAINERS SCANNED DURING THE MONTH OF JANUARY 2009
CONTAINER ALARMED April 07- Dec 08 CONTAINER EXAMINED April 07-Dec 08
Extension of IC3 Facility to handle the projected Volume 5 Acres additional Land adjacent to IC3 Terminal acquired Extension of the SFI to terminals at Karachi Port Expansion Plan of IC3
Earmarked Land for the extension of IC3 Earmarked Land for the extension of IC3 Earmarked Land for the extension of IC3
Pakistan Customs Computerized System (PaCCS) Automated Customs Clearance system in paperless environment Integrated Risk Management system Use of NII Technology for suspected cargo including radiation detection Countrywide Rollout of PaCCS
PNRA-FBR Collaboration Implementation of five year National Nuclear Security Action Plan (NSAP) by Pakistan Nuclear Regulatory Authority (PNRA). Operational Dimensions of NSAP: Inland operations to monitor and regulate movement of Nuclear and Other Radioactive Materials Monitoring of entry/exit points to prevent illicit movement of Nuclear and Other Radioactive Materials Collaboration between PNRA and FBR to implement NSAP for international borders and international airports.
Implementation ofMoU between PNRA and FBR Signed on 21st June,2008 at Islamabad Following Customs stations have been equipped Sost (Pak-China Border) Torkham (Pak-Afghanistan Border) Taftan (Pak-Iran Border) Gwadar sea port Wahga (Pak-India Border) About 100 officials of Pakistan Customs have been trained on the use of radiation detection equipment radiation protection, recognition of radiation signatures, response to alarms and illicit trafficking.