KARACHI: Exporters have been asked to provide details of damages incurred during the Customs examination in November for early redressal. Chief Collector Customs (Enforcement South) Muhammad Nazim Salim has assured the exporters at a meeting with Pakistan Hosiery Manufacturers Association (PHMA) on Wednesday. He said, “In case goods damaged during examination in month of November, exporters should provide details along with Goods Declaration Form to the concerned Customs Official immediately so that the matters can be redressed.” He said that to facilitate the exporters the WEBOC System had been made easier and the examination was being carried out in the shortest possible time.Saleem said that the issues and problems of the value-added textile exporters should be resolved on top priority to boost the foreign exchange of the country. The collector said that terminal operators are facilitators and they should take extreme care of exports good to prevent damages and they should also repack the goods in their original packing. He expressed that all terminal operators must ensure to provide all facilities and skilled labour for proper handling, repacking of the textile export goods after examination. Source: The NEWS
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