Large number of MCC Appraisement officers and staff members to attain age of superannuation

KARACHI: About 30 officers and staff members of Model Customs Collectorate of Appraisement will attain age of superannuation during year 2013 and will stand retired. The name, designation and date of superannuation of officers and staff member who will attain the age superannuation during next year are as follow: Noor… Continue reading

Gaddani Collectorate Seizes Record Quantity of Smuggled Cloth, Generator Sets

The Anti Smuggling Squad of Model Customs Collectorate, Gwadar in two separate operations on 13 and 14 November 2012, near Gaddani, seized foreign smuggled cloth and generators etc. The quantity of the cloth, according to FIR (First information report) is 85000 Yards, the market value of which is more than… Continue reading

Teams formed to check smuggled, without duty payment vehicles

KARACHI: Pakistan Customs has formed teams to embark an action for seizing smuggled or non-paid duty vehicles plying on roads freely. Khawar Farid Manika, Collector, Model Customs Collectorate (Preventive) has set up the teams that will be headed by Inamullah Khan Wazir, Assistant Collector, an official at Pakistan Customs. The… Continue reading

Importer of CNG compressor cheats Pakistan Customs

KARACHI: An importer of CNG compressor is reported cheated the customs authorities by presenting invalid financial instruments against liabilities. According to details, M/s. Al-Rehmand CNG, Faisalabad, imported a consignment of CNG Compressor from UK on May 5, 2011 and filed a goods declaration on next day through clearing agent M/s… Continue reading

FIR registered against steel importers on defrauding Rs10.71 million to exchequer

KARACHI: Pakistan Customs has registered a First Information Report (FIR) against an importer of prime quality of hot rolled steel plates for defrauding the national exchequer to the tune of Rs10.713 million. According to the details of the FIR, Lahore based businessmen imported a consignment consisting of prime quality of… Continue reading

Customs to freeze bank accounts of 37 defaulters

KARACHI: Customs authorities have initiated recovery of Rs36.35 million against 37 taxpayers through freezing of bank accounts and attaching other moveable and immovable properties. All the taxpayers are importers and defaulted in paying their liabilities. The authorities had already been sent notices to defaulters informing them about the recovery. “In… Continue reading