MULTAN: Collectorate of Customs generated Rs24.101 million through auction of non-duty paid vehicles and miscellaneous goods here on 21.3.2019.
According to details, the Collectorate held monthly auction of confiscated vehicles and miscellaneous goods which were seized by Anti-Smuggling Organization in their different actions. Auction was held at Multan Dry Port near Sher Shah Bypass. The Collectorate encouraged general public to participate in the auction for generation of handsome revenue through disposal of confiscated vehicles and miscellaneous goods. Bidders show their complete interest in bidding various vehicles and goods during auction.
The Collectorate sold out all nine offered foreign origin vehicles successfully in Rs.10.45 million during auction. All auctioned vehicles were of different brands and models including Grand Cherokee Wagon jeep, Toyota Vitz , Toyota Hilux Surf, Honda Civic car, Toyota Mark X, Toyota Fielder X, Toyota Corolla X and others in auction. Successful bidders deposited 25 % amount of the vehicle to Customs department after successful bid in auction.
Multan Customs has also offered 43 lots of miscellaneous goods during auction and sold out 13 different lots of auto parts, skim milk powder, High Speed Diesel, POL products, foreign origin cloths, mobile accessories, electronic goods and others.
Miscellaneous goods were sold out in Rs.13.651 million during auction. Remaining lots were rejected due to fewer bids offered by bidders during auction and rejected lots will be presented in next auction after revising their prices.
Assistant Collector Multan Dry Port Muhammad Fahad Jamil supervised the whole auction process of confiscated goods and vehicles along with Inspector Qaiser Rasheed to endure transparency.