SINGLE WINDOW SOLUTIONS

Our globally recognised and award-winning Single Window solution integrates all systems and processes involved in international trade into one single platform. The Single Window system enables government to increase revenues, enhance the potential for foreign direct investment and reduce the time and complexities of conducting international trade.

Trade Information Portal (TIP)

TIP provides a single platform where all trade related information is collected and made readily available online for the trading community. Saving cost and time, TIP provides information digitally and centrally for all stakeholders using latest technologies and mobile application for easy access.

Trader Register

The Trader Register is a robust risk assessment solution for the management of trader registrations and renewals. The register ensures the effective profiling of traders in compliance with regulatory requirements.

e-Payment Solution

The e-Payment Solution is a secure payment mechanism that allows traders to view and pay for customs duty and taxes, import permit and license and other services rendered by regulatory agencies using various payment channels such as credit card, e-wallet, smart card, mobile money account, in branch payment and online banking.

Business Intelligence Dashboard

The Business Intelligence is a user-friendly robust reporting tool that provides customs with a set of customisable reports to assist in decision making. The dashboard uses machine learning and artificial intelligence technology for smart detection of fraud (misclassification, misdescription, undervaluation) and revenue leakages. The advanced predictive model uses historical data to provide real time monitoring and trend analysis of the data, and automates the profiling of high-risk cargo, people and conveyances.

How can we help you?

Contact us at the WestBlue Consulting office nearest to you or submit a business inquiry online.

With the implementation of the paperless ports, Ghana has saved more than 500 million USD according to a report from the University of Ghana

Mahamudu Bawumia
Vice-president, Ghana