ISLAMABAD: The Dry Port Peshawar collected revenue of Rs644.24million from Customs Duty (CD), Miscellaneous Surcharges, Redemption Duty Imports (RDI), Sales Tax (ST), Additional Income Tax (AIT) and Federal Excise Duty Imports (FEDI) during January of Financial Year FY2016-17.
According to details told by Fazle Samad, Additional Collector Peshawar, that performance of the department has been satisfactory during the month of January FY16-1. He added that during said month, the Dry Port Peshawar generated handsome amount from all duty taxes.
He said the dry port received revenue of Rs198.54million from CD whereas the dry port collected revenue of Rs13.13million under the head of miscellaneous surcharges. He further said that during January FY16-17, the dry port got revenue of Rs21.0 million from RD on imports.
The ADC said that during above said period, the dry port collected revenue of Rs253.75million in terms of ST while the dry port earned Rs43.06million as sales tax on imports. During said period, the Dry Port Peshawar collected revenue of Rs113.27million under the head of AIT.
Fazle Samad told Customs Today that during January FY16-17, the dry port received revenue of Rs1.49million from FEDI. He stressed that the dry port will boost its efforts to meet the 3rd quarter revenue collection target allocated by the Collectorate of Peshawar.