This year's PortNet Unified Window Conference hosted more than 800 national and international actors.
Attijariwafa Bank, CIH Bank and Crédit du Maroc signed framework agreements in Casablanca on 12 November with PortNet for the creation of a dematerialized credit management platform
Port Direct cooperates with three Moroccan banks to develop Trade Direct. It is a dematerialized management solution for document lending using a one-way platform. The launch of the launch of this new platform was announced at the annual PortNet Weekly Annual Window Conference held in Casablanca on 12 and 13 November and addressed the One-Stop-Shop: Community Intelligence public and private service for your integrated, efficient and innovative in the supply chain ".
Collaborative framework agreements have been ratified between PortNet and three banks that implement the Trade Direct initiative, namely Attijariwafa Bank, CIH Bank and Crédit du Maroc. "This partnership is part of the signatories' joint efforts to improve the competitiveness of companies and improve the national business environment," PortNet announced in a statement. The new solution will be a single, multi-bank, multi-user and open platform for companies active in import and export. This will allow both banks and PortNet users to be better managed through complete dematerialisation, all letters of credit, letters of credit, letters of credit, letters of credit, life cycle of letters of credit. documentary delivery as well as certain no
As a reminder, the PortNet Single Window Annual Conference is jointly proposed by the National Harbor Agency (ANP) and PORTNET SA, which operates under the supervision of the Machinery, Transport, Logistics and Water Authority. The 2018 edition is expected to bring together over 800 national and foreign public and private actors representing more than 30 countries. Since its creation in 2011, PortNet's single window has over 33,800 customers and offers dematerialized services to over 39,000 users across the country. The PortNet platform aims to accelerate the integration of Morocco's cross-border supply chain supply chain. The ANP deployed it for the first time in the Casablanca port in March 2011, and since 2012 it has been extended to all commercial ports managed by ANP and other foreign trade processes.