The Bureau of Customs (BOC) continued its remarkable revenue collection performance by generating P70.601 billion in revenue in February 2024.
Preliminary reports showed that the bureau has exceeded February 2024 revenue goal by generating a surplus of 6.64% or P4.393 billion over the target of P66.207 billion.
To further strengthen relations between the bureau and the private sector, the Bureau of Customs (BOC) and the Chamber of Commerce & Industry France Philippines (CCIFP) gathered in a networking luncheon meeting on February 27, 2024, in Makati City.
The Bureau of Customs (BOC), through the Manila International Container Port (MICP), and the Philippine Drug Enforcement Agency (PDEA), intercepted a shipment from Thailand containing dried marijuana or kush with an estimated value of PhP76 million found inside five balikbayan boxes, consisting of two smaller boxes.
The Bureau of Customs (BOC) proudly announces the launch of a landmark publication, the “Compendium on Customs Disposal Processes.” This definitive guide, authored by BOC Commissioner, Bienvenido Y. Rubio, Chief-of-Staff of the Office of the Commissioner, Atty. Marlon Agaceta, and Legal Service Director, Atty. Tristan Langcay, aims of simplifying the complexities of customs disposal procedures.
On February 8, 2024, Bureau of Customs (BOC) Commissioner Bienvenido Y. Rubio was invited to be one of the panelists for Session 5 on “Expectation to RILOs as WCO regional bodies” of the World Customs Organization Asia/Pacific (WCO-A/P) Regional High-Level Roundtable on the Enhancement of Data/Intelligence Analysis and Regional Cooperation Network.
Commissioner Bienvenido Y. Rubio, along with Deputy Commissioner Juvymax R. Uy of the Bureau of Customs (BOC) Intelligence Group, Deputy Commissioner Teddy S. Raval of the BOC Enforcement Group, and key officials of the bureau, led the Philippine delegation in the opening ceremony of the World Customs Organization Regional Intelligence Liaison Office for Asia and the Pacific (WCO RILO A/P) that took place in Tokyo, Japan, from February 6 to 8, 2024.
The owner of the red Bugatti Chiron sports car that the Bureau of Customs (BOC) has been searching surrendered the luxury vehicle to the agency’s Customs Intelligence and Investigation Service-Manila International Container Port (CIIS-MICP) on February 9, 2024.
The Bureau of Customs (BOC) has unveiled significant programs for this year, reflecting and reinforcing its commitment to achieve a world-class service on the back of sterling revenue collection performance and dynamic digitalization efforts.
In celebrating the agency’s 122nd founding anniversary, BOC Commissioner Bienvenido Y. Rubio turned the spotlight on his new 5-Point Priority Programs, built upon last year’s initiative that helped the Bureau reach unparalleled accomplishments.
The Bureau of Customs (BOC) – Port of Clark, through its intensified border security measures, seized 40 grams of high-grade Marijuana or Kush and 10 pouches of Tetrahydrocannabinol (THC) Cannabis-Infused Gummy Candies with an estimated value of more than P88,000 concealed inside a parcel declared as “sneakers” from New York, USA.
On Friday, February 2, 2024, the Bureau of Customs (BOC) Port of Manila through its District Collector issued a Warrant of Seizure and Detention (WSD) against two (2) undocumented Bugatti Chiron luxury sports cars recently seen traversing around Metro Manila and its adjacent cities.