ISLAMABAD: The Islamabad Dry Port earned Rs2.292million surplus revenue against the assigned target of Customs Duty (CD) for the month of August FY2017-18. The Islamabad Dry Port was allocated Rs271.74million while it generated Rs274.669million of CD.
According to details given by newly appointed Deputy Collector Tahir Khattak of Islamabad Dry Port that the performance during August FY17-18 stayed better against same period of corresponding month of August FY2016-17.
He said that, during the month of August FY17-18, the Islamabad Dry Port entertained 252 Goods Declarations (GDs) whereas it processed 318 dutiable containers carrying various kinds of imported goods like fabrics, food grains, spare-parts and machinery.
He said the Islamabad Dry Port earned Rs274.74million during August FY17-18 while the Islamabad Dry Port earned Rs273.659million during the same period of corresponding August FY16-17.