Numerous partnerships have been put into place with government entities to improve joint cooperation and harmonise efforts toward implementing plans and realizing goals in line with the Saudi Vision 2030. With the goal of maximising the benefit to the Kingdom, these partnerships are built right within the services we offer.
-Saudi Port Authority (MAWANI):
As part of their relationship, ZATCA and Mawani aim to: boost competitiveness and improve the business environment in Saudi ports by integrating with the public and private sectors; facilitate trade exchange and attain customer satisfaction; and consistently work to support economic diversification and set up a welcoming business climate.
-Human Resources and Social Development:
Through the Saudization of customs clearance functions, ZATCA and HRSD can increase Saudization rates, lower security risks, and spur the expansion of existing businesses by appealing to the existing and emerging labour market.
-Ministry of Interior
To better support the strengthening of the security ecosystem through security integration, ZATCA and the MoI are working to improve their communication and collaboration in all areas. This includes providing the security services of housing, operating, and training K9s that can sniff out explosives, drugs, and other smugglers.
-Ministry of Commerce
Promoting compliance of companies, institutions, and individuals working in the trade sector in KSA through information exchange, sharing of experience, and coordination to compact zakat and tax evasion is an area of cooperation between ZATCA and the MoC.
-Ministry of Justice:
Improvements in service delivery at both the Ministry of Justice and the Zakat, Tax, and Customs Authority are the result of ongoing efforts to develop electronic integration.
-Ministry of Environment, Water and Agriculture
Cooperation between ZATCA and MEWA helps both entities succeed by sharing knowledge and gaining insights from one another in the areas of zakat, tax and customs, ecology, and sustainable development.
-Saudi Standards, Metrology, and Quality Organization
ZATCA and SASO have worked together to improve the customs clearance ecosystem and open the door to international trade through electronic integration.
-Capital Markets Authority
Increased collaboration and electronic integration between ZATCA and CMA will help shape new laws and regulations that will benefit the entities in their pursuit of providing superior service.
-Saudi Food and Drug Authority
To better serve the import and export ecosystem and to provide unique services in each entity, ZATCA and SFDA will work to strengthen their cooperation and integration.