GROUP/OFFICE/PORT:     PORT OF LEGAZPI

DATE:    June 4, 2018 (May 28-June 1, 2018)

 

REPORT ON ENTRIES
RECORD OF ENTRIES FORMAL ENTRY TRANSHIPMENT ENTRY WAREHOUSING ENTRY INFORMAL ENTRY EXPORT
NUMBER OF ENTRIES FILED NIL NIL NIL NIL NIL
NUMBER OF ENTRIES IN PROGRESS 2 NIL NIL NIL NIL
NUMBER OF ENTRIES COMPLETED NIL NIL NIL 1 NIL
TOTAL 2 1
GRAND TOTAL =              3
REPORT ON BALIKBAYAN BOXES
# CONTAINER NUMBER DATE OF ARRIVAL STATUS/DATE OF RELEASE
1 NIL
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5
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REPORT ON AUCTION
# AUCTION SHIPMENT(S)
BILL OF LADING CONTAINER NUMBER DATE AUCTIONED WINNING BIDDER
1 NIL
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3
4
5
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# SHIPMENT(S) SCHEDULED FOR AUCTION
BILL OF LADING CONTAINER NUMBER DATE AUCTION
1 NIL
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3
4
5
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REPORT ON ALERT ORDERS AND WARRANT OF SEIZURE AND DETENTION (Please tick)
# NAME OF COMPANY ALERT ORDER NUMBER WARRANT OF SEIZURE AND DETENTION
1 NIL (  ) (  )
2 (  ) (  )
3 (  ) (  )
4 (  ) (  )
5 (  ) (  )
OTHERS
APPREHENSION(S)
# NAME OF COMPANY COMMODITY QUANTITY (ESTIMATED) VALUE
1 NIL
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3
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5
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# EVENTS/TRAININGS/SEMINARS (TO BE) CONDUCTED DATE
1 NIL
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5
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# OTHER OPERATIONAL HIGHLIGHTS/ACCOMPLISHMENT(S)/SIGNIFICANT MATTER(S)
1 District Collector, Arsenia C. Ilagan, attended the Port Management Advisory Council (PMAC), Meeting for the 2nd Quarter, CY 2018, organized by Philippine Port Authority Legazpi on June 1, 2018, with other local agencies to discuss the coordination processes and other concerns of the Port.
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SUMMARY
TOTAL NUMBER OF ENTRIES 3
TOTAL NUMBER OF CONTAINERS STC: BALIKBAYAN BOXES NIL
TOTAL NUMBER OF CONTAINERS IN AUCTION NIL
TOTAL NUMBER OF WSD ISSUED NIL
TOTAL NUMBER OF ALERT ORDER ISSUED NIL

 

 

 
ARSENIA C. ILAGAN
District Collector

 

 

Brief Narrative (May 28 to June 1, 2018)

 

For the period May 28-June 1, 2018, Bureau of Customs, Port of Legazpi, had processed and recorded three (3) entries assessed with a total duties and taxes amounting to Php24,969,753.58, to wit:

Two (2) formal entries consigned to –

Apo Cement Corporation with a shipment of 6,382MT Portland Cement via MV              Bothwin 7; and

Davao Multibuild Corporation with a shipment of 5,000MT Portland Cement via MV               Phuong Nam 68

There is also one (1) informal entry processed at Postal Naga assessed in the amount of Php1,759.00.

 

Significant Events/Activities:

June 1, 2018:  District Collector, Arsenia C. Ilagan, attended the Port Management Advisory Council (PMAC), Meeting for 2nd Quarter CY 2018, organized by Philippine Ports Authority Legazpi. The said meeting was attended by other local agency partners and stakeholders to discuss the coordination processes and other concerns in the Port.

Collector Ilagan delivered a 10-minute presentation on the concerns regarding PPA port procedures viz-a-viz BOC’s enforcement of customs and tariff laws. Her presentation consisted of a brief overview of BOC and its core functions. She was able to discuss the issues and concerns of the Port of Legazpi on the validation of unauthorized foreign vessel arrivals at the different sub-ports of the region, promoting inter-agency support and coordination, especially that Legazpi customs has no sufficient manpower assigned at these sub-ports. Since the ports cater only bulk and break bulk cargoes, she expressed that hope for the information and coordination on arrivals of all vessels engaged in international trade for proper disposition and collection of lawful revenues. It is also of great concern if PPA’s future course of action shall include the accommodation of containerized vessels which the PPA greatly supported with a hope that it will materialize in the near future. Before the open forum, Collector Ilagan also briefly discussed the operational processes and procedures being observed by the respective personnel assigned on the boarding of foreign vessel in coordination with other government agencies and private entities for the benefit of the stakeholders and others concerned.

 

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