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Posts tagged with "Client Profile Registration System (CPRS)"

PH ship agents decry delay in CPRS activation for tramp operators

PH ship agents decry delay in CPRS activation for tramp operators

Feb. 4 | The Philippine Ship Agents Association (PSAA) is requesting the Bureau of Customs (BOC) to set a limit of 24 hours to approve the activation of principals/tramp operators under the agency’s Client Profile Registration System (CPRS) to avoid delays in...

Update incorrect contact details or face suspension, BOC warns importers

Update incorrect contact details or face suspension, BOC warns importers

Jan. 18 | The Philippine Bureau of Customs (BOC) is calling out to 3,571 importers to correct or update their non-working contact details with the agency, warning they face possible consequences including suspension or cancellation of their accreditation. In an...

BOC Cebu to require use of e2m for exports starting May 1

BOC Cebu to require use of e2m for exports starting May 1

Apr. 16 | From May 1, all export declarations (EDs) through the Port of Cebu will have to be lodged using the Philippine Bureau of Customs (BOC) electronic-to-mobile (e2m) system. In a memorandum dated April 1, the BOC Port of Cebu district collector said an increasing...

IVSP Terms of Reference

IVSP Terms of Reference

Apr. 20 | IN August of last year, we wrote that the Bureau of Customs (BOC) was finalizing its plan to outsource certain customs functions in order to further enhance customs-business partnership and promote trade facilitation. The plan then was for customs to...

What is the New System?

What is the New System?

Apr. 6 | FOR many years now, the Bureau of Customs (BOC) has been slowly implementing its P500-million automation program. In recent weeks, the bureau has been pilot testing the new automated import assessment system in the Port of Batangas. BOC plans to implement...

Electronic Accreditation of Importers and Forwarders

Electronic Accreditation of Importers and Forwarders

Jan. 26 | THE Bureau of Customs (BOC) has recently issued several guidelines that will directly impact the present manual system for accrediting and verifying entities (importers, customs brokers, forwarders, NVOCC, airlines, etc.) dealing with customs. CMO 39-2008...

BOC Third Party Validators

BOC Third Party Validators

Aug. 11 | THE Bureau of Customs (BOC) is finalizing rules which will result in the outsourcing of certain customs functions to the private sector, and which will further enhance customs-business partnership to promote customs compliance and trade facilitation. In...

Latest Update on Customs Automation

Latest Update on Customs Automation

Jun. 30 | IN the last three years, the Bureau of Customs (BOC) has been implementing its latest automation program, funded mostly from its P500-million computerization project and partly from various foreign-assisted projects. The BOC-MISTG has been issuing press...

New Customs Registration Program

New Customs Registration Program

May. 5 | AS a general rule, any article imported into the Philippines will require the prior accreditation or registration of the importer/consignee with the Bureau of Customs (BOC) before said article may be released from customs custody. There are a few exceptions...
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