The Account Management Office, which handles applications for accreditation of importers and registration of customs brokers, will be temporarily located at the Port Users’ Confederation building following the Feb 22 fire that hit the Bureau of Customs-Port of Manila (BOC-POM) building.
The Assessment and Operations Coordinating Group (AOCG), including the Port Operations Services Group, Import Assessment Service (IAS), FOCD, Auction and Cargo Disposal Monitoring Division, Export Coordination Division, Port Operations Coordinating Division, CBW Committee and SGL Secretariat, are temporarily located at the 2nd floor of the IAS building inside the BOC premises.
The Risk Management Office is at the Enforcement and Security Service (ESS) conference room; the Revenue Collection Monitoring Group and attached offices at the CRIC Building; Office of the Assistant Commissioner, Post-Clearance Audit Group (PCAG) at the ACMD Office, 2nd floor, IAS Building; and Compliance Assessment Office, PCAG, at the ICT Building.
Warehousing and transhipment transactions under the Port Operations Service have been temporarily transferred to the Asian Terminals Inc Passenger Terminal Building (ATI PTB) at Pier 15.
No parking is available for employees/stakeholders at the ATI PTB. Shuttle services will be provided by ATI at the BOC Gate 3 from 7am to 7pm.
It’s business as usual for Chamber of Customs Brokers, Inc., in its newly-acquired office at Unit 211 Manila Executive Regency, 12000 J. Bocobo St. corner Padre Faura (across Robinson’s Ermita).
Meanwhile, the 29th National Convention and Election set on March 8 will also push through, CCBI president Ferdinand Nague told PortCalls in a test message. For any concerns, Nague said CCBI may be reached through its temporary contact number 0927 85401111.