Home » Aviation » NAIA e2m to accept DDP transactions by Apri13

THE electronic-to-mobile (e2m) system of the Bureau of Customs (BOC) will start accommodating bill to shipper or delivered duty paid (DDP) transactions at the Ninoy Aquino International Airport (NAIA) this week, almost two weeks after technical glitches delayed its implementation.

DDP transactions could not be originally processed by e2m because the system required consignees — which under DDP have no need to pay duties and taxes — a bank reference number.

Starting April 13, the e2m will accommodate DDP transactions but only for Philippine Chamber of Air Express Operators (PCAEO) members and their pre-identified consignees. PCAEO is composed of TNT Express Worldwide, United Parcel Services, Federal Express and Airborne Services.

BOC began implementing e2m at the NAIA on February 23. Until now though, another e2m functionality has yet to be activated at the airport — the mandatory submission of the advance electronic manifest, a must for seafreight shipments. Discussions are still ongoing on the cut-off period for submission of the e-manifest.

e2m will also soon be in effect at the ports of Mactan-Cebu, Davao and Cagayan de Oro.

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