Benapole Customs House has launched a software called "bCom" to prevent revenue evasion, transparency in tariffs, and speed up import-export trade.
The software was installed for the first time after the construction of the customs building which takes Benapole Custom House one step ahead on the path to digitalisation.
Earlier, the customs, port, and BGB used to jointly enlist the entry at the cargo branch at the zero line of the border to collect information on goods and trucks carrying import-export goods.
As a result, it took half an hour for a truck to enter the port. But now it takes only five minutes after installing the "bCom" software.
The location of the Indian trucks and the shed in which the goods are being unloaded can be known instantly through BKM.
Benapole Customs House Additional Commissioner Neyamul Islam said it will be possible to detect hazardous chemical products quickly using this software.