(NAR) VOL. 29 NO. 1/ JANUARY - MARCH 18

[ CUSTOMS MEMORANDUM ORDER NO. 01-2018, January 16, 2018 ]

LIMITING THE NUMBER OF AUTHORIZED REPRESENTATIVE/PROCESSOR OF CUSTOMS BROKER TRANSACTING WITH THE BUREAU OF CUSTOMS



Adopted: 04 January 2018
Date Filed: 16 January 2018


I.     OBJECTIVE

To safeguard the interest of the government and to ensure the accountability of customs brokers by limiting the number of their authorized representatives/ processors transacting with the Bureau of Customs.
 
II.     SCOPE

This Order shall cover all Customs  Brokers  transacting  with the Bureau of
Customs.

III.   AMENDMENT

This   Order   hereby   amends   paragraph   no.   7,   C.   II.   d.   of   Customs Memorandum  Order No. 11-2014 dated May 22, 2014 titled Revised Guidelines for Registration of Importers and Customs Brokers with the Bureau of Customs (BOC) Pursuant to Department Order No. 33-2014, to read as follows:
“d.  Submit the list with personal details, photos and specimen  signature of three  (3)  authorized  representatives/processors  assigned  in each  Port who shall be the only persons authorized to transact with the Bureau of Customs, in behalf of the Customs Broker. Additional customs representatives/processors may be allowed if the volume of transactions of  the  Customs  broker  so  warrants.  A  letter  request  relative  thereto attaching   the   supplemental   list   with   personal   details,   photos   and specimen signature must be submitted to the AMO for approval of the Commissioner.”
IV.  REPEALING CLAUSE

Any order, rule or regulation contrary or inconsistent with this order or any of its provision are hereby repealed or amended accordingly.

V.   EFFECTIVITY

This Order shall take effect fifteen (15) days after publication  in the Official
Gazette or in two newspapers of general circulation.

(SGD) ISIDRO S. LAPENA, PhD, CSEE
Commissioner


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