UNI-PASS is a modular system which is consisted of various sub-systems where many of them can work on their own as an independent unit or work in conjunction with an existing system to complement its function. These sub-systems cover the whole customs clearance process. The below are some of the main examples,

Customs Business

Cargo Management

Real-time cargo management from arrival, carry-in/release from various facilities in bonded area, bonded transportation and release, in house manifest level.

Clearance Management

Processes customs import/export/special clearance procedure in real-time and extensive
supply chain management functions are supported.


Supports investigation by gathering and analyzing investigation information and conducting crime investigation etc.


Carry out post management by conducting audits(revision audit and company audit) and monitoring country of origin etc.

Additional modules: Transit, Duty Collection, Drawback, Legal, Passenger(APIS), HS Management, Surveillance etc.

Integrated Risk Management

Customs Data Warehouse(CDW)

CDW is an integrated information system that links the massive amount of data collected from Customs boarders and external organizations. It incorporates 1000 types of internal data(import/export clearance etc.) and 70 kinds of external data(foreign exchange, taxation etc.) enabling quick easy access to customs data necessary for each work.

Integrated Risk Management(IRM)

Analyzes the risks that occur during the customs administrative process and produce a selectivity standard based on the analysis. Applies the produced standards during the selectivity process and re-analyzes the new results.

Additional modules: Law Compliance etc.

Single Window

Single Window

Requirement verification procedures for customs clearance are unified for one stop customs clearance.

Development of the KCS Single Window system began in 2006 and since has undergone various phases of improvements over the years.

It connects different government organizations, requirement verification agencies, logistics operators, banks, enterprises and the customs. While the system was initially connected to 8 regulatory agencies at the beginning, currently it is connected to 27 regulatory agencies, 169 government organizations and around 260,000 end-users.

Customs to Customs(C2C) data exchange platform for cross-border data exchange.

IT Management

Early Warning and Control System(EWACS)

System that prevents and responds to any errors, problems or cyber-attacks in the e-clearance system to prevent any trade losses. It monitors the system 24 hours a day, all year long.

IT resources management

Manages service level and service capacity that is provided to the users. Processes and monitors the overall IT service operation from service request to release.

Manages architecture information, programs and outputs. Also manages the lifecycle of the IT resources and grants user authorization according to user role.

Customs Administration

Knowledge management

Systematically manage core knowledge regarding customs administration where any user can upload his/her knowledge and experience.

Performance Management

Supports overall management of the work force and evaluate work performances.