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THE Bureau of Customs (BOC) will implement its electronic-to-mobile (e2m) automated export system beginning May in Manila ports and in June for all other ports.

“All issues have almost been settled, paving the way for the imposition of the e2m export system at Manila ports (Manila International Container Port and South Harbor) on May 1,” Customs Commissioner Angelito Alvarez told PortCalls at the sidelines of last week’s induction ceremonies for new Global Cargo Council, Inc officials.

“By June 1, we will also impose the system on all other ports nationwide, including economic zones,” Alvarez said, adding he made the same announcement during a recent Philippine Exporters’ Confederation’s (Philexport) general membership meeting.

“We are now just focusing on the registration and accreditation of stakeholders under the CPRS (Client Profile Registration System) and nothing more,” he added.

Last Friday, the BOC, its value-added service providers, Philexport and other concerned agencies were at a closed-door meeting to determine compliance of exporters to the CPRS.

Latest data, however, points to about half of exporters having already secured CPRS registration.

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