Davao Port Recorded the Highest Annual Collection in 2017 at P2.8 Billion Surplus


One of the country's busiest port, the Davao Port in Mindanao recorded the highest annual collection for the year 2017 with P2.8 billion collection exceeding its target according to the Collection District XII (CD XII) of the Bureau of Customs.



In an official statement released to the media, the BOC stated that the CD XII, which includes the Port of Davao and the Sub-Ports of Dadiangas, Parang and Mati, collected a total of P2,833,360,494 surplus or 20.84 percent of its target collection of P13.5 billion.

The amazing achievemet of the Davao Port is considered as the highest in the 90 years history of the Collection District XII. According to District Collector Erastus Austria the Port of Davao has met and exceeded its target collection previously, but last year’s surplus collection was the highest in the history of the BOC.


“CD XII doubled its previous, highest surplus in the past five years which was in 2014 at P1,238,710,000. And compared to its collection in 2016, CD XII increased its surplus by fivefold. Its 2016’s annual surplus was 511,863,613.07 or 4.50 percent of its P11,374,671,017 target,” Austria said in a statement.

The Bureau of Customs also noted that the performance was the result of the extensive trainings and seminars that boosted the port personnel's development.

District Collector Austria also recognized the cooperation of the Port’s importers and exporters and vowed to continue its “level of excellence” in this year’s collection.

Source: PNA


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