QUETTA: The National Logistic Cell (NLC) and the Railways Dry Ports Quetta received Rs106million of revenue collection under all the heads during March FY17-18.
According to details explained by Ashraf Ali, Collector, Model Customs Collectorate (MCC) Quetta, told Customs Today that, during the month of March FY17-18, both dry ports, working under the supervision of MCC Quetta, showed satisfactory performance. The NLC Dry Port Quetta collected a total of Rs894.16million as taxes while Railways Dry Port Quetta did Rs12.40million under the same heads.
He said that the NLC generated Rs267.56million of Customs Duty (CD) against an assigned target of Rs212million while it earned Rs317.68million under the head of Sales Tax (ST) against an allocated target of Rs311million during the month of March FY17-18. The collector added that the NLC Dry Port got Rs114.99million as With Holding Tax (WHT) as well as it did Rs26.917million of Federal Excise Duty (FED).
Ashraf Ali said that, during the month of March FY17-18, the Railways Dry Port Quetta received Rs1.537million under the head of CD while it collected Rs7.99million of ST and the Railways Dry Port received Rs2.88million under the head of WHT.