“Tunisie TradeNet” (TTN), a computer engineering company majority-controlled by the Tunisian government, has chosen MGI to manage all its EDI messages associated with Import Control System (ICS) operations via the M-customs service.
TTN has chosen a trusted partner for the management of EDI format ICS flows relating to Tunisia’s external trade to EU countries.
Since 1st January 2011, the date on which European ICS customs regulations came into effect, Tunisian exporters have had to declare all goods exported to EU member states.
Since then, MGI has positioned itself as a key partner of TTN in managing its customers’ ICS flows via its M-customs service. The M-customs communications platform enables the needs of Tunisian customers to be met by adapting to the technological level of every operator: those using EDI and those opting to enter data via the M-customs web form.
TTN and MGI officially sealed their collaboration by signing a contract on Friday 19 October, during the 2nd Mediterranean port professionals’ forum organized by the Union Maritime pour la Méditerranée (UMM – Maritime Union for the Mediterranean) held in Marseille.
Khaled Marzouk, CEO of TTN and François Mahé des Portes, President of the MGI Executive Board, signed the contract at the end of their joint presentation on information systems.