“Fasah”  the unified national system for all import and export activities in the KSA, in partnership with the General Organization for King Fahd Bridge and the General Authority of Saudi Customs, launched a pilot test for truck management yesterday, Monday, in the truck procedures square in the Saudi side of the causeway, aiming to reduce the time and cost of deliveries and to enable customers to submit the necessary data for import and export procedures as well as obtain statements and approvals electronically at any time and from any place.

The KFCA Executive Director Eng. Emad Al Muhaisen, said during the press conference that this cooperation comes as a complement to the services announced by “clearing” and facilitating the transit of truck traffic, and it contributes to speeding the entry and exit of truck drivers and increasing operational efficiency.

He added that this cooperation between "Fasah" and the Saudi customs will contribute to an integrative work that enhances services that meet the requirements of development in the Kingdom of Bahrain and the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia, and to keep pace with developments at the local and international levels, noting that during the current year the average traffic on King Fahd Causeway reached approximately 30 million passengers, with an average of more than 80,000 passengers per day and approximately 120,000 passengers every weekends.