ISLAMABAD: Islamabad Dry Port (IDP) collected Rs855.560million of revenue under head of customs duty (CD) and exceed assigned target of Rs730million for 2nd quarter of financial year 2016-17.
Assistant Collector Amanat Ali told Customs Today that customs collectorate was assigned Rs855.560million revenue collection target for 2nd quarter of FY16-17 adding that the dry port exceed its assigned target with Rs125.56million revenue collection under head of CD. The dry port collected Rs671.678million revenue during the same period of FY15-16.
He said that during December FY2016-17 IDP collected Rs307.965million revenue against the assigned target of Rs260million under head of CD adding that during December FY2015-16 the dry port collected Rs270.550million revenue under head of CD.
He added that during November FY2016-17 the dry port collected Rs285.858million revenue under head of CD against the assigned target of Rs245million adding that during November FY2015-16 the dry port collected Rs203.940million revenue under head of CD.
The assistant collector told that during October FY16-17 the dry port collected Rs261.737million revenue under head of CD against assigned target of Rs225million adding that the dry port collected Rs197.188million revenue during October FY15-16 under head of CD.