Business News of Sunday, 13 June 2021Source: www.ghanaweb.com• The Customs Division of the Airport has began training in line with efforts to equip its staff with skills to examine goods that go through the airport• The senior revenue officer in charge of communications and public affairs at the Airport Customs, Paakow Ekumah, said the training will focus on scanning and image analysis, dangerous goods among other things• The use of Artificial Intelligence to enhance efficiency is the aim of the trainingThe Customs Division of the Ghana Revenue Authority has started a training program for its over 250 staffs as part of efforts towards improving its operations at the Kotoka International Airport. According to a senior revenue officer in charge of communications and public affairs at the Airport Customs, Paakow Ekumah, the initiative forms part of his outfit’s commitment towards improving its effectiveness and efficiency at the country’s airports. He said this will help improve its staffs’ skills in properly examining goods and luggage that come and go through the airport with the use of scanners while reducing the time spent by passengers during the processes at the airport. “We are able to look through, we are able to get exactitude when we are doing examinations now since the number of scanners in the country has been increased. So it is not a new system we are introducing, it is a wave that is an enrichment of customs processes all around the world.
Source: GhanaWeb June 13, 2021 15:11 UTC