- Bureau of Customs is eyeing more than P7.1-million revenue from public auction of goods
- The sale will be held at the Manila International Container Port in Tondo, Manila on May 8
- Auction will be conducted through sealed bidding
The Bureau of Customs (BOC) is eyeing more than P7,194,700 revenue from public auction of goods.
“Pursuant to the provisions of Section 1139 to 1150 of the Republic Act No. 10863 otherwise known as the Customs Modernization and Tariff Act of 2016 and other relevant Customs Memorandum Orders, Customs Administrative Orders, the auction sale will be held on May 8, 2018, 10:30 AM at the Conference Room of the Office of the District Collector, Manila International Container Port in Tondo, Manila,” the BOC said in a statement.
According to the port’s Auction and Cargo Disposal Division, the auction will be conducted through sealed bidding and will cover four sale lots of various goods; including two 40-footer containers of kitchenware, plastic cup, plastic bag, plastic brush, plastic artificial flower, ladies casual synthetic shoes, men’s casual synthetic shoes, T-shirts, pens, hook hinges with a floor price of P2 million. Also up for bidding are two pallets food flavoring with a floor price of P61,200; and 1×20 container with 67 boxes of duralock T-head square hole pegged at P33,500.
“Public viewing of merchandise and pre-bid conference for all qualified bidders is on May 3 and 4,” it was disclosed.
For more details, one may go to the BOC website, www.customs.gov.ph.