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P140 million worth of agricultural products at the Mindanao Container Terminal. The goods entered Mindanao through several shipments from China and Vietnam consigned to EC Peninsula and New Wsd forex Enterprises.

According to Customs Deputy Commissioner for Intelligence Jessie Dellosa, 78 container vans which were declared as various kitchenware, houseware, tiles and mix condiments were inspected and found out to be containing various agricultural products like rice, sugar, garlic, carrots, and potatoes. Also present to witness the examination were representatives of the DA, the Bureau of Plant Industries, and the Sugar and Regulatory Administration. We put the containers on alert status because of the general declarations of kitchenware, houseware, tiles and mix condiments. Already those were red flags for us as they are often used. For his part, Commissioner John P. Sevilla said that he ordered his men to intensify their efforts towards curbing smuggling in Mindanao ports. We have stepped up our intelligence operations down south to combat unscrupulous importers who always look for points of entry.

Why is fabric cheaper than yarn? Is there a PHP 4 Skippy or JIF Peanut Butter and a PHP 10 Nutella Chocolate Spread? Is it reasonable to declare an imported can of Palm and Hereford corned beef at PHP 3, and Hormel, Libby’s and Pampeano at PHP 4? How can there be a 5-Peso can of SPAM and a 3-Peso can of Ma Ling? The illegal drug was hidden inside a water pump that was sent through air cargo from Hong Kong last December 28, 2014. Pineda was arrested after claiming the cargo.

The illegal drug haul was turned-over to PDEA. Last week, the Bureau seized 660kg of counterfeit medicines worth millions of pesos. The shipment, totaling 17 pallets, arrived in the Philippines from Bangkok, Thailand. Ecstasy’, Valium, Ativan, Dormicum, Rivotril, Alprazolam, Ritalin, and other unlabeled tablets. The Bureau has implemented more stringent control measures for examining air cargo and mailed parcels following the discovery of various illegal substances concealed in items like shoes, denim pants, slippers, books, billiard cue stick and even stuffed toys. Authorities identify contraband items in the parcels upon inspection using X-Ray scanning machines and rigid physical inspection.

Samples of the 413 Casio G-Shock watches seized by the Bureau of Customs last August that were concealed inside six Balikbayan Boxes. The Bureau filed smuggling-related cases against the six consignees of the boxes. 413 Casio G-Shock watches through Balikbayan Boxes. The watches have a total value of over P7. Complaints of violating Sections 3601 and 3602 of the Tariff and Customs Code of the Philippines were filed against Zenaida Valencia, Jennifer Valencia, Edward Ochave, Clarisse Karingal, Genevieve Ochave and Edmund Discutido before the Justice Department. The case stemmed from the entry of six Balikbayan Boxes from Bahrain last August.

These were shipped on the same flight and on the same day through Forex U-Mac Bahrain and its counterpart, U-Mac Forex Cargo Philippines. While we recognize that the Balikbayan Box is vital to millions of overseas Filipinos and their families in the Philippines, we cannot allow the abuse and misuse of this privilege to bring in goods of commercial quantity or contraband items. Since 2001, the Bureau has continually revamped its process for monitoring and inspecting Balikbayan Boxes following revelations that these have been used to bring-in illegal items such as car parts and accessories, goods for sale and regulated drugs. Enforcement Team and thePNP-CIDG led by Ben Entico of the Bureau of Customs and Atty. Among the items seized are counterfeit Samsung Galaxy S4, Samsung Galaxy Note, Samsung Galaxy Grand, Iphone 5c, Iphone 5s, Iphone 4s, Nokia Duos, assorted Android tablets of various brands, Apple Shuffle, smartphone casings, power banks, juice blender, and Lacoste perfumes, among others. Some of the seized items do not have ICC marks required for imported electronic products and accessories. The raided warehouse located in Barraca Street in Binondo belonged to LFA Enterprises who claims to be the number one supplier in the Philippines of electronic gadgets, toiletries, small home appliances, and accessories to various popular online shopping sites.

Port of Manila District Collector Mario Mendoza. CIDG Team is conducting follow through operations and investigations to pin down and file charges against those behind the LFA operations. 3-Billion worth of fake goods in the first 11 months of the year with the biggest contribution coming from the joint operations conducted by the BOC, NBI, PNP, IPOPHL hauling in P9. Got a tip on smuggling and other illegal activities?

Submit it anonymously at the Pera ng Bayan website. Reach us through Twitter, Facebook, or email customs. P140 million worth of agricultural products at the Mindanao Container Terminal. The goods entered Mindanao through several shipments from China and Vietnam consigned to EC Peninsula and New Dawn Enterprises. According to Customs Deputy Commissioner for Intelligence Jessie Dellosa, 78 container vans which were declared as various kitchenware, houseware, tiles and mix condiments were inspected and found out to be containing various agricultural products like rice, sugar, garlic, carrots, and potatoes.

Also present to witness the examination were representatives of the DA, the Bureau of Plant Industries, and the Sugar and Regulatory Administration. We put the containers on alert status because of the general declarations of kitchenware, houseware, tiles and mix condiments. Already those were red flags for us as they are often used. For his part, Commissioner John P. Sevilla said that he ordered his men to intensify their efforts towards curbing smuggling in Mindanao ports.

We have stepped up our intelligence operations down south to combat unscrupulous importers who always look for points of entry. Why is fabric cheaper than yarn? Is there a PHP 4 Skippy or JIF Peanut Butter and a PHP 10 Nutella Chocolate Spread? Is it reasonable to declare an imported can of Palm and Hereford corned beef at PHP 3, and Hormel, Libby’s and Pampeano at PHP 4?

How can there be a 5-Peso can of SPAM and a 3-Peso can of Ma Ling? The illegal drug was hidden inside a water pump that was sent through air cargo from Hong Kong last December 28, 2014. Pineda was arrested after claiming the cargo. The illegal drug haul was turned-over to PDEA. Last week, the Bureau seized 660kg of counterfeit medicines worth millions of pesos. The shipment, totaling 17 pallets, arrived in the Philippines from Bangkok, Thailand. Ecstasy’, Valium, Ativan, Dormicum, Rivotril, Alprazolam, Ritalin, and other unlabeled tablets.