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BOC records 17 COVID-positive employees

BOC records 17 COVID-positive employees

May. 30 | Image by Gerd Altmann from Pixabay A total of 17 Bureau of Customs (BOC) employees has initially tested positive for the coronavirus disease (COVID-19), according to BOC assistant commissioner and spokesperson Atty. Vincent Philip Maronilla during the...

BOC takes hold of P34M worth of misdeclared cigarettes

BOC takes hold of P34M worth of misdeclared cigarettes

May. 8 | The Bureau of Customs (BOC) has seized P34.7 million worth of cigarettes misdeclared as furniture and blinds shipped from China to Manila South Harbor in two containers. The shipments, which contained Two Moon brand cigarettes, arrived last April 27 and...

Key points: BOC April 17 Live Updates

Key points: BOC April 17 Live Updates

Apr. 17 | Bureau of Customs assistant commissioner and spokesperson Atty Vincent Philip Maronilla Key points from the Bureau of Customs PH‘s live updates on April 17 hosted by assistant commissioner and spokesperson Atty. Vincent Philip Maronilla: • Transfer...

BOC-MICP operations almost back to normal

BOC-MICP operations almost back to normal

Apr. 5 | BOC assistant commissioner Atty. Vincent Philip Maronilla (left) and BOC Port of Manila district collector Arsenia Ilagan during an online live update on April 3. Operations of the Bureau of Customs (BOC)-Manila International Container Port (MICP) have...

Full automation tops BOC’s 10-point priority list for 2020

Full automation tops BOC’s 10-point priority list for 2020

Jan. 14 | Image from Pixabay. The Bureau of Customs (BOC) has identified 10 priority initiatives for 2020, including full automation of frontline services and enhancement of trade facilitation. Customs commissioner Rey Leonardo Guerrero, in a media briefing on...

BOC Manila intercepts P54M in misdeclared sugar

BOC Manila intercepts P54M in misdeclared sugar

Dec. 17 | The Bureau of Customs (BOC) has seized P54 million worth of refined sugar misdeclared as steel, tex screws, clamp nails, and hardware fittings and contained in 48 containers at the Port of Manila. The shipments, consigned to RZTEC and TRACLEF Trading,...

BOC confident of surpassing 2018 revenue collection

BOC confident of surpassing 2018 revenue collection

Dec. 2 | Customs commissioner Rey Leonardo Guerrero expressed confidence the Bureau of Customs (BOC) will exceed this year its 2018 revenue collection of P593.11-billion. In a chance interview with PortCalls last week, Guerrero, however, said BOC is still trying...

BOC breaks ground on P23M temporary Manila office

BOC breaks ground on P23M temporary Manila office

Nov. 5 | At the recent groundbreaking for the Bureau of Customs Manila office with Customs commissioner Rey Leonardo Guerrero (seated, center) in attendance. Photo from the BOC. The Bureau of Customs (BOC) broke ground last month on the Manila collection district’s...

Misdeclared steel bars seized at Port of Manila

Misdeclared steel bars seized at Port of Manila

Oct. 30 | The Bureau of Customs (BOC) has seized two containers of misdeclared stainless steel angle bars from China at the Port of Manila (POM). BOC Intelligence Group deputy commissioner Raniel T. Ramiro, in a statement, said the shipment, which was declared...

BOC Manila intercepts P3.5M in misdeclared pork, other meat products

BOC Manila intercepts P3.5M in misdeclared pork, other meat products

Oct. 29 | Two containers of misdeclared pork and other meat products estimated to be worth P3.5 million have been seized by the Bureau of Customs (BOC) at the Port of Manila. The pork and other meat products were confiscated on October 28 after a 100% physical...