ISLAMABAD: The Islamabad Dry Port (IDP) generated Rs59.09million of Customs Duty during the initial 10 days (1st to 10th) of August Financial Year FY2017-18.
According to details given by Amanat Khan, Assistant Collector IDP, that, during initial 10 days of August FY17-18, the performance of the IDP remained satisfactory. The IDP’s performance regarding all duties and taxes also looked excellent.
He said that, during initial 10 days of the current month of August FY17-18, the IDP received Rs128.225million of all duties and taxes.
The tender for installation of weighbridge has been finalized which will be available for business community soon. He said the revenue collection target for first quarter (July to September) FY17-18 has not yet been assigned to Model Customs Collectorate (MCC) Islamabad and IDP.
Regarding the corresponding period, he said the IDP earned Rs187.52million of CD during July 17-18 while it did Rs118.82million during the last July of Financial Year 2016-17.
He said the IDP received Rs241.00million extra revenue under the head of CD against the assigned revenue collection for FY2016-17. The IDP had been allocated with Rs3407.00million revenue collection target under the head of CD whereas it earned the collection of Rs3648.00million under the same head during FY2016-17.
He maintained that the IDP is providing a friendly environment to the importers. The efficient employees of the department are working day and night for the facilitation of importers so that timely clearance of the imported goods can be done.