KARACHI: The newly-elected office-bearers and the members managing committee of Karachi Customs Agents Association (KCAA) took oath in a simple but sophisticated ceremony held at a local hotel.
After oath-taking ceremony, the general body meeting of the Customs agents was also held in which future strategy was formulated to ensure speedy resolution of the problems faced by Customs agents.
Speaking at the ceremony, the newly-elected President KCAA Iftikhar Ahmed Shaikh said that the grievances of the Customs agents would be resolved with collective efforts.
“Owing to the prevailing issues of the Customs agents, the KCAA has decided to expand the managing committee and induct some pro-active members in it to resolve the issues of the Customs agents,” President KCAA added.
On the occasion, President KCAA Iftikhar Shaikh indicated to form a think tank to resolve the issues of the Customs agents pertaining to WeBOC and Export.
Shaikh vowed that the newly-elected KCAA body of the office-bearers and members of the managing committee will bring some positive changes in the association.
He reiterated that all Customs agents are welcome to come up with their positive suggestions in the interest of the Association.
“The newly-elected KCAA body will welcome any suggestion or proposal given by Customs agents,” he added.
President KCAA Iftikhar Shaikh said that the association is in a position to work for welfare of the Customs agents.
“After 15 years, the office-bearers of the KCAA were elected unopposed”, he added.
Later, President KCAA thanked all members for their support to the elected body of the association.