Checking that the goods match the elements of the declaration


It automatically integrates the results of the scan into the electronic one-stop shop

The use of scanners, in combination with a risk analysis tool, is part of WCO’s recommendations.

The scanner is designed to make sure the goods match the elements of the declaration.

In a context of dematerialization, this step has been optimized and dematerialized with the use of the Scanner module.

How does it work?


The scan takes an average of 4 minutes and the result will be either "not suspect" allowing the release of the goods, or "suspect" and giving rise to a physical check.


The Scanner module helps retrieve the results of the scan and the associated scan images directly into the scanner's computer system.


The scanner module automatically integrates the scan results into the DOUAR module of the electronic one-stop shop.

For customs inspectors - Registration and real-time integration of inspection results

The Tablet module

It automatically integrates the results of the physical check into the electronic one-stop shop

The physical check of the goods is an important step in the customs clearance circuit. In line with the dematerialization of the entire procedure, the customs also dematerialized the check-up report with the use of tablets.

Tablets are now used by customs inspectors from Toamasina and Mamory Ivato.

How does it work?


The inspector or the designated customs officer conducts the physical inspection of the goods.


He records the results of the physical check as well as the corresponding photos in the Tablet module.


Le module Tablette intègre automatiquement les résultats dans le module DOUAR du guichet unique électronique.

For customs officers - Verification of the regularity of operations and completion of all formalities in the process of customs clearance and release of goods

The DOUAR module

A unique interface that gathers all the information needed for customs requirements

On any given day, a large amount of information is exchanged between the central customs offices, partners and customs officers at the different offices. These exchanges were initially made using different media and systems.

The dematerialization as well as the requirements related to facilitation have called for the setting up of a unique interface for customs: the DOUAR (Customs and Risk Analysis) module).

How does it work?


The DOUAR module allows the customs officer to access all the information relating to the transaction and the corresponding risk analysis.


It allows him to access information related to the BSC, the various stages of the customs clearance procedure as well as MIDAC certificates.


At the port gate, DOUAR allows the customs officer to check the regularity of the operation and authorize the release of the goods.

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