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Port of Surigao for Week of September 1-7, 2018

September 14, 2018

See copy of report here.

BoC-Surigao tax collections up by 27%

SURIGAO CITY, Philippines – Once again, the district port of Surigao, with main office address at Surigao City, was able to meet and in fact surpassed the target set for the month of August this year.

Collection target of php2M for August was clearly exceeded with a netted surplus of Php539,945 or 27 percent off the target.

So far accumulated collections from January up to end-August have already reached Php 32,015,435 which thus far has already outdid the 2018 annual target of about Php20million. Yet all is not finished, even as collection efforts have to be doubled in the frontline to generate more revenues for the flagship infrastructure programs, among others, of President Rodrigo Duterte.

In spite of fewer importations in this part of the country, Surigao port and its subports Bislig (Surigao del Sur) and Nasipit (Agusan Norte) have tried much on maximizing collection revenues partly by ensuring the honest-to-goodness and correct appraisal/valuation of in-bound imported goods.
(Boc-Surigao Media/Jay Herbet Senaca)

BoC joins Surigao City as it marks Charter Day
By: BoC-Surigao News Media

SURIGAO CITY — With the theme “An Surigao Kuman: Madasigon, Malamboon, Mapasigarbohon”, the people of Surigao spearheaded by the city government commemorates its 48th charter day anniversary on Friday, August 31.

Government offices and private entities spearheaded the celebration with an array of activities – Thanksgiving mass early in the morning at six o’clock, then followed by a program hosted by the city government and a grand civic parade in the major thoroughfares.

Declared a local holiday, the Customs personnel from Surigao district port were actively partaking on the day’s activities, attending foremost the mass held at the historic Surigao City cathedral and the succeeding program in-front the city hall.

National dignitaries graced the occasion led by DILG undersecretary Martin Dino.

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