The ZCFAA are cognizant of the consequences of Trade delays on the economy, and due to the congestion at our borders resulting in long waiting times for Drivers, the spread of Sexually Transmitted Diseases (STD) and HIV.
In order to reduce the cost of doing business and spread of HIV we actively work with the Department of Customs Services with the aim to :-
Each month we aim at providing a recap of what has happened or what is happening. This will hopefully enable Importers, Exporters and other interested parties understand more about what has led to the possible delays in their cargo moving or why things have imporoved.
In order to increase the professionalism of the industry and minimize trade delays due to declaration errors, the ZCFAA engaged the otherAssociations in the Zambia clearing & forwarding industry and jointly, are delivering a course of study through the Zambia Centre of Accountancy Studies
EVERY MEMBER shall bring its commitment to this Code of Ethical Conduct to the notice of its clients by displaying it prominently in a public area of each of its trading offices. It further undertakes to bring the Code to the notice of its staff; both now and in the future,to ensure that the commitment to it is maintained.
The ZCFAA is the oldest Association in Zambia for Professional Clearing and Forwarding Agents.
Founded in 1989 with just 8 members, who represented around 90% of the existing agents at that time, the current ZCFAA membership can proudly boast that they are the biggest collectors of Government Revenue.The members of this Association account for approximately 85% of the international trade movements and collect monthly an average of 80% of the government trade tax revenues.For full contact details of our Members, please refer to the Membership pages.