ISLAMABAD: All the Customs Stations, working under the command of the Model Customs Collectorate of Islamabad, collected Rs20million extra Customs Duty during the month of November Fiscal Year (FY) 2017-18.
According to details given by sources of the Model Customs Collectorate (MCC) Islamabad that all the customs stations, comprising Islamabad Dry Port (IDP), Air Freight Unit (AFU), Car Section, Customs Bond Section, Unaccompanied Baggage (UB), Accompanied Baggage (AB), International Mail Office (IMO) and Rebate Refund showed good performance. During said period, the IDP earned Rs244.321million as CD while AFU Islamabad did Rs284.778million of CD whereas the UAB did Rs0.653million revenue of CD during above said period.
The sources notified CT that the AB Sections of the MCC Islamabad received Rs2.528million as CD whereas the IMO got Rs0.801million of CD and the Rebate Refund Section paid off Rs21.58million rebate refunds under the same head to exporters during the month of November FY2017-18.
Sources said that, during above said period, the C.Bond Section earned Rs0.036million of CD while the Customs Car Section did revenue of Rs3.143million of CD.
The sources told CT that, during said period, all stations of the MCC Islamabad generated Rs536.26million of total gross collection as CD while it received Rs514.68million total net collection of CD during November FY17-18.