iPHONES, DRYGOODS IN MISDECLARED P20M SHIPMENT AT MICP

A misdeclared shipment with P20-million worth of iPhone cellular phones and dry goods were uncovered again at the Manila International Container Port (MICP) by Bureau of Customs (BOC) agents on Sunday, 5 February. Customs Commissioner Nicanor E. Faeldon reported that the cargo was consigned to Autum Way Enterprises with address at Room 4160D 4F Regina continue reading : iPHONES, DRYGOODS IN MISDECLARED P20M SHIPMENT AT MICP

BOC opens new unit for border security, trade facilitation

The Bureau of Customs officially opened on Thursday, 2 February its Container Control Unit (CCU) as part of the agency’s continuous effort in strengthening its campaign towards effective border security and trade facilitation. This unit will serve as an intelligence office that will focus on non-fiscal violations like illicit trade and proliferation of strategic goods. continue reading : BOC opens new unit for border security, trade facilitation

BOC raises alerts vs agri-products smuggling from India

The Bureau of Customs (BOC) has raised alarm against smuggling of agricultural products with the discovery that unscrupulous traders have recently added India in its list of best sources of red onions and other farm yields.  Commissioner Nicanor E. Faeldon said that the uplifting of BOC’s vigilance on imports of farm products was triggered by the continue reading : BOC raises alerts vs agri-products smuggling from India