Philip Morris and Senegal customs’ partnership: three vehicles allocated to customs

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Philip Morris and Senegal customs’ partnership:  three vehicles allocated to customs

The Philip Morris Company provided Senegal Customs with three Pick-up. This donation reflected the partnership between the two structures. Therefore, these vehicles will contribute in strengthening the means for surveillance and the mobilyty of customs’ units. It will also help in the fight against fraud and smuggling. The keys of the said vehicles were handed over on Tuesday January 19th, 2021 to the Head of Customs Human Resources and Logistics, Mr. Samba DIA.

 

 

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