Customs Broker License Management System (CBLMS), an e-application making interaction with Customs Brokers Paperless, Faceless and Contactless was launched recently by Vivek Johri, Chairman, CBIC. It is the first ever CB license that has been issued through the CBLMS portal. The members of Brihanmumbai Custom Brokers’ Association (BCBA) congratulated CBIC on the landmark initiative launched and implemented across India which marks a major step towards paperless processes of Customs Broker’s Licensing & registration formalities. The members also focused on increasing trade facilitation in India with Johri. BCBA also addressed the matters relating to improvising trade measures in line with the newly implemented National Logistics Policy for promoting fast track clearance and safeguarding the interest of the Customs Brokers. BCBA pledged full support to the vision of Prime Minister Narendra Modi for making India a 5 trillion dollar economy by year 2025. They suggested measures for improvising the Faceless assessment, Authorized Economic Operator (AEO) Scheme, as well as simplifying the processes for Exports from India to support the Make in India Initiative. The trade body meet was organized on the occasion of the 60th anniversary of Customs Act, at Mumbai Customs House.