World Customs Organization (WCO) holds Annual Sessions in Brussels; Elects U.S. Customs and Border Protection’s Ana Hinojosa as Director of Compliance and Facilitation Directorate

The World Customs Organization (WCO) held their 125th/126th Annual Sessions in Brussels recently, bringing together Customs leaders from 180 WCO Members around the world.  This year’s theme was ‘Coordinated Border Management’ (CBM). Other topics of discussion included digital customs, performance measurement, the impact of e-commerce, public-private engagement, and advance information sharing in the air cargo environment.

Among those elected to WCO leadership posts was U.S. CBP Deputy Assistant Commissioner for the Office of International Affairs, Ana Hinojosa, as Director of the WCO’s Compliance and Facilitation Directorate.

Read more on the WCO website.

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