Oman’s Ministry of Commerce Launches New Package of Online Services

Muscat: The Ministry of Commerce, Industry and Investment Promotion launched on, Sunday January 24, 2021, the first package of electronic services within a set of services that will be launched during the coming period in stages through the electronic portal “Invest Easy”, which allows investors Submit applications for these permits through the portal’s self-service portal or through government services offices (Sanad).

The electronic services that will be launched are represented in issuing conformity certificate attestation permits for the following products (vehicles, motorcycles, vehicle tires, motorcycle tires, low-voltage electrical appliances and equipment, the energy efficiency card for air conditioners, and children’s toys) in addition to a permit to use the Omani Quality Mark.

Khamis bin Abdullah Al-Farsi, Director General of Standards and Metrology at the Ministry of Trade, Industry and Investment Promotion said: We seek, in cooperation with our partners, to provide a greater number of electronic services to facilitate procedures and reduce time and effort for the beneficiaries of the service and provide the service faster and accurately, and with the launch of this service requests will be received electronically through Attaching and uploading the required documents, which contributes positively to the speedy completion of the transaction and its clearance in a limited time not exceeding two working days, thus releasing the shipments.

As the procedures previously required the submission of detailed documents and reports conforming to the specifications manually in the Ministry’s General Office building, which takes more time and effort.

Major General Khalifa bin Ali bin Nasser Al-Siyabi, Assistant Inspector General of Police and Customs for Administrative and Financial Affairs, explained that the General Administration of Customs continues its efforts in adopting initiatives and ideas that contribute to facilitating the movement of trade, and cooperation exists between us and those concerned with the Ministry of Trade and Industry and investment promotion to provide a range of services for the business community.

It is worth noting that the launch of these upcoming services comes within the framework of the Ministry’s endeavor to listen to the challenges and proposals from the private sector, as well as the keenness to provide its services electronically in line with the strategy of Digital Oman and the vision of “Oman 2040, which focuses on digital transformation and innovation to enhance the national economy and activate services and e-government. During the next five years.

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