> After processing entry into the warehouse in the MARIA system, the shipper can register the clearance associated with that cargo onto the system.
The system assigns a verification channel: red channel to verify the contents of the cargo and documentation; orange channel to verify documentation only; green channel, when the cargo is not verified.
> The customer goes to the TCA Treasury with the cargo's customs documentation and pays for the services provided by TCA, where the Treasury staff will provide an invoice in triplicate. In turn, he/she presents the cargo notice to the Airport Security Police so that they may perform the relevant security checks.
> The customer goes to the Warehouse Office, where the cargo is located, with the invoice in triplicate and the Clearance. TCA staff enter the data into its system which, via an interface connection, transfers the data to the MARIA system, which in turn issues the Delivery Order in triplicate. Customs staff verify the documentation and sign the Release. The client presents the Customs Delivery Order to the TCA staff, who issue an internal Delivery Order. This Delivery Order will enable the vehicles to go through the control booth and into the bonded area.
> TCA staff scan the Delivery Order with a barcode reader, which transfers it to the forklifts where the cargo is located. The truck enters the terminal and heads to the corresponding warehouse; meanwhile the forklift picks the cargo from its stowage location and prepares it for delivery. In this sector, TCA staff make sure that the cargo specified in each Delivery Order is delivered to the corresponding carriers’ vehicles. Finally, on exiting the primary Customs area, Customs make sure that that the goods on the truck match the data in the Delivery Order.