The Bureau of Customs (BOC) is probing deep into the billions of pesos in revenue losses from smuggling of top three products being imported into the Philippines every year. Customs Commissioner Nicanor E. Faeldon, in response to public clamor to investigate it, has directed its intelligence and investigation service to look into reports of rampant continue reading : Customs to probe big tickets in importations
Bureau of Customs has installed two units of palletized fixed baggage x-ray machines at the Port of Manila and Manila International Container Port. These will be used in scanning consolidated shipments of Balikbayan boxes processed in the Informal Entry Division.
The Bureau of Customs has reported on Friday, 16 December, that it has seized a total of twenty (20) twenty-footer (20×20) containers for transshipment that arrived at the Manila International Container Port (MICP) on several occasions in the month of November. The shipments are estimated to have a total value of forty million pesos (P40,000,000). continue reading : BOC intercepts 20 illegal transshipments of rice, other items
Pursuant to the provision of Section 2601 to 2610 of the Tariff and Customs Code of the Philippines, as amended, in relation to CAO 10-2007 dated November 28, 2007 and other relevant Customs Memorandum Orders, there will be a Public Auction Sale through Sealed Bidding to be conducted by the Auction and Cargo Disposal Division, continue reading : Notice of Public Auction Sale, Port of Cebu, December 21, 2016
Pursuant to the provisions of Section 2601 to 2610 of the Tariff and Customs Code of the Philippines, as amended, in relation to CAO 10-2007 dated November 28, 2007 and other relevant Customs Memorandum Orders, there will be Public Auction Sale through Sealed Bidding to be conducted by the Auction and Cargo Disposal Division, Port continue reading : Notice of Public Auction Sale, Port of Manila, 30 August 2015
In response to the Bureau of Custom’s call for extended working hours, seven (7) accredited banks will adjust operations to accommodate extended clearance of payments for the bureau’s stakeholders to expedite release of shipments and avoid port congestion. Last 11 January 2016, the service was initialized via the PAS 5 Host to Host 24/7 interface by the Philippine Clearing House Corporation, a continue reading : 7 BANKS OK 24/7 PAYMENT CLEARANCE SERVICE FOR CUSTOMS