Export of African produce is a massive contributor to local economies, but the export process comes with a string of requirements and red tape. Let us help you with a properly structured system to navigate the export legislative documentation requirements.
The agricultural sector is probably the most important economic sector in Africa. It provides employment to about 2 thirds of the continent’s working population and is responsible for at least 30% of each country’s GDP. It is very important for the sector to evolve and thrive in rapidly changing times. Export of African produce is a massive contributor to local economies, but the export process comes with a string of requirements and red tape. Each pallet of produce must be accompanied with export legislative documentation containing vast amounts of information about that specific pallet of produce (location, fertilisers, insecticides, harvest times etc.) Keeping track of all that data throughout the growing period and export process is becoming export farmers’ biggest headache and money drain.
A properly structured system involving the use of AI document identification and data extraction is a huge step in streamlining the processes and enables ease of tracking all the relevant data required when exporting these products.