ISLAMABAD: The Customs Air Freight Unit Islamabad generated Rs78.59million extra revenue against an earmarked proportional revenue target of Customs Duty during the first week of December Fiscal Year 2017-18.
According to details explained by Nisar Ahman Phullarwan, Additional Collector Air Freight Unit (AFU) Islamabad, that the AFU was allocated a proportional revenue collection target of Rs48.46million for the first week of December FY17-18 as Customs Duty (CD) while it received surplus revenue of Rs127.05million of CD during said period. The AFU received Rs64.62million as CD during the same period of corresponding FY16-17. He added that, during the first week of current month, the AFU showed 262% average of achievement against an earmarked proportional revenue collection target of CD.
The Additional Collector told CT that, during above said period, the AFU showed 50.74% average of achievement against an assigned revenue collection target for the monthly assigned revenue target as CD. He added that the AFU was allocated a revenue collection target of Rs250.38million of CD during the month of December FY17-18.
Nisar Ahmad Phullarwan told Customs Today that, on 7th of December FY17-18, the AFU received a revenue of Rs5.939million which showed satisfactory collection of Customs Duty.