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Guinea is a member of the International Maritime Organization (IMO) since 1961 and as such has signed, ratified all international conventions such as the Safety of Life at Sea (SOLAS Convention), MARPOL, ISPS Code, etc ...

Following the terrorist attacks of 9/11 in the US and the subsequent adoption of a US regime on Advance Cargo Declaration (the so-called “US 24 hour rules”), the European Union (EU) adopted its own regime of Advance Cargo Declaration in 2005.
The EU Advance Cargo Declaration regime iGuineeaid down in Regulation 648/2005, which was subsequently implemented by Regulation 1875/2006 and then amended by Regulation 312/2009.

The "Advanced Cargo Declaration for ISPS Code" or the global system of information on cargo for the protection of ships and port facilities is a solution of verification and monitoring of international maritime transport in order to prevent any attack and locate the responsibility of each maritime operator in the case of shipping hazardous and dangerous product. The ACD helps to strengthen the image of ports and countries that have signed, respected and implemented the required plan of the ISPS Code.

The aim of the Advance Cargo Declaration is to contribute to the substantial reduction of risk for maritime security of ships and port facilities by providing accurate and reliable assessments of ships, their owners and managers.

The United States of America implemented the 24 Hours Rule since December 2nd, 2002. It was in force in Europe since January 1st, 2011.
In Africa, the process is under way in many countries.

4 key elements :

  • A security declaration must be made to the Guinee Ports authorities for goods being imported into or Out the Guinee.
  • Arrival notification in the EU of the means of transport.
  • Setting of standardized community criteria for detecting goods at risk.
  • Taking into account the Authorized Economic Operator (AEO) status.

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