BOC Subic destroys 591 bales of used clothing (ukay-ukay)

Olongapo City – The Bureau of Customs-Port of Subic, spearheaded the destruction of P800,000 worth of used clothing (Ukay-ukay) on Friday, July 13 in Guiguinto, Bulacan. The said contraband was shredded and disposed of at the facility of EPY-ECO Auction and Waste Disposal Services– the accredited service provider of the Port of Subic for the continue reading : BOC Subic destroys 591 bales of used clothing (ukay-ukay)

BOC seizes P66.4-M worth of smuggled goods, ukay-ukay, beauty products

The Bureau of Customs through the Manila International Container Port (MICP) and X-ray Inspection Project intercepted on Thursday various misdeclared goods, ukay-ukay and beauty products estimated to be worth P66. 4 million. “Two of the seven containers belongs to Skadi Trading. The consignee imported several cosmetic products from South Korea. At the time of the continue reading : BOC seizes P66.4-M worth of smuggled goods, ukay-ukay, beauty products

Customs files smuggling raps vs importers of onions, cigarettes

The Bureau of Customs, through the initiative of Commissioner Isidro Lapeña, filed on July 6 before the Department of Justice five (5) criminal charges against the consignees and licensed customs brokers involved in the illegal importation of P11,109,874.52 worth of onions which arrived at the Manila International Container Port in April this year. The accused continue reading : Customs files smuggling raps vs importers of onions, cigarettes

Customs files charges vs importers of smuggled onions

Commissioner Isidro Lapeña filed criminal charges for violation of Sections 1401 and 1402 of Republic Act No. 10863 otherwise known as the Customs Modernization and Tariff Act in relation to Republic Act No. 10845 otherwise known as “Anti-Agricultural Smuggling Act of 2016”, against Fernando M. Diana, Jr., proprietor of Skyrocket, and his licensed customs broker, continue reading : Customs files charges vs importers of smuggled onions

P75-M fake iPhones, smartphones, and tablets busted in Binondo

The Bureau of Customs, through the Enforcement and Security Service (ESS), intercepted on Monday more or less 25,000 units of fake iPhones, smartphones, and tablets worth P75-million in a warehouse in Sta. Cruz, Manila. “The operation stemmed from a tip we received last week from a brand owner representative that fake smartphones, iPhones, and tablets continue reading : P75-M fake iPhones, smartphones, and tablets busted in Binondo