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Customs Dashboard

The Bureau of Customs (BOC) dashboard, launched amid ongoing reforms at the Bureau, features information never previously published with the goal of increasing transparency of trade and revenue collection activity. The data in this dashboard is from the improved BOC Electronic to Mobile (E2M) System, which gives the public easier access to BOC's services.

Use the filters to view trade activity in the BOC ports; reports on rice, motor vehicles, tobacco, plastic resin, and iron and steel imports and importers; top commodities imported in BOC ports; and, top BOC brokers and importers.

Brokers and Importers

Top Brokers

RANK BROKER CIF VALUE (PHP) VOLUME (Kg) CUD PAID (PHP)
1
FREDELINA A. PASCUA 186,562,889,848 5,446,715,081 14,001,866
2
JORGE T.PASCUAL JR. 132,111,742,363 3,702,096,445 33,466,093
3
MARIA CECILIA B. JARDIN 67,511,662,662 625,318,248 2,003,783,295
4
JULIUS C. BINGCO 66,267,018,162 1,451,732,990 204,729,354
5
TITA D. AUSTRIA 47,114,061,302 2,996,156,252 990,737,781
6
ROMEO C. ARTAJO JR. 37,664,280,055 80,416,789 721,854,238
7
ALTA DULCE J LUMANOG 28,791,404,507 88,791,626 369,029,589
8
RONALD P. DUENAS 28,524,546,125 1,072,061 233,485,289
9
JULIUS C IMPERIO 24,790,601,455 777,973,164 20,880,667
10
REGINA E. GUTING 23,397,983,627 28,321,365 364,027,390
11
GILBERT P. DE CASTRO 23,375,586,870 257,192,775 499,963,005
12
LEAH S. SARVIDA 21,299,008,063 497,042,732 2,955,415
13
ROLANDO F. AURO 20,564,699,149 1,006,086,279 192,498,480
14
FILOMENA M. MENDOZA 19,058,022,029 31,610,540 33,318,444
15
DEXTER P. MONDIDU 18,799,601,360 1,751,922,229 319,078,280
16
EDNA B.LORETE 18,699,415,495 842,970,900 207,625,484
17
DARIO C. AMOLATA 18,459,426,254 685,713,399 7,655,643
18
WALTER M LOMONSOD 17,497,559,242 150,531,574 99,888,903
19
RHEA R. BALIGAD 17,480,958,931 427,990,572 73,599,694
20
FERDINAND E. MUTIA 16,239,956,655 401,000,461 23,478,340

Top Importers

RANK BROKER CIF VALUE (PHP) VOLUME (Kg) CUD PAID (PHP)
1
PETRON CORPORATION 230,900,402,775 23,735,949,133 1,003,455,729
2
PILIPINAS SHELL PETROLEUM 102,240,485,976 14,493,685,697 54,962,945
3
PHILIPPINE ASSOCIATED SMELTING AND/ 61,902,548,938 9,079,986,405 2,110,783,828
4
CHEVRON PHILS INC. 48,271,906,329 4,280,597,057 15,278,111
5
PILIPINAS SHELL PETROLEUM CORP 42,668,016,363 1,099,573,253 30,105,240
6
TOYOTA MOTOR PHILIPPINES CORP 42,309,485,220 3,622,407,561 462,524,994
7
NESTLE PHILIPPINES INC. 35,963,230,047 2,973,287,917 506,285,460
8
P-H-O-E-N-I-X PETROLEUM PHILS INC. 31,574,247,112 4,394,625,971 9,801,104
9
MITSUBISHI MOTORS PHILIPPINES 23,510,573,652 2,119,414,767 74,710,273
10
SAMSUNG ELECTRONICS PHILIPPINES COR 22,468,173,946 2,700,795,454 45,953,081
11
TOTAL (PHILIPPINES) CORPORATION 22,309,416,300 2,708,480,139 4,284,364
12
CEBU AIR INC. 21,801,260,879 6,355,608,937 207,292,585
13
STEELASIA MANUFACTURING CORPORATION 18,626,407,217 1,301,288,446 216,372,203
14
UNIVERSAL ROBINA CORPORATION 16,487,297,719 1,971,036,867 259,919,801
15
SAN MIGUEL FOODS INC. 16,408,670,435 1,783,219,923 207,335,211
16
LIQUIGAZ PHILIPPINES CORPORATION 14,752,292,321 1,509,589,860 85,476
17
GLOBE TELECOM INC. 14,524,146,402 1,230,354,080 2,157,093
18
UNIOIL PETROLEUM PHILIPPINES INC. 14,333,815,651 2,328,636,501 6,242,766
19
PTT PHILIPPINES CORPORATION 13,117,767,008 2,488,769,210 2,891,242
20
SEAOIL PHILIPPINES INC. 13,076,617,762 789,783,503 14,070,326
LEGEND

Top Brokers

This section contains a list of the top 50 Customs brokers based on the CIF value imported under their authority. Only imports processed in BOC main district ports are covered.

Data is extracted from the BOC Electronic-to-Mobile (E2M) database and hence, does not include manual assessments.

Broker - an agent authorized to transact business with the BOC in the name of the importing party

CIF value - total cost of goods, insurance, and freight of commodities imported under the broker's authority

Volume - Gross weight of commodities imported under the broker's authority

CUD paid - Customs duty on the importers brokered by these brokers. Customs duty is levied on goods entering the country, and is derived by multiplying the dutiable value with duty rate and converted to peso value (using the applicable foreign exchange rate). Duty rate varies depending on the classification of goods under the 2012 ASEAN Harmonized Tariff Nomenclature (AHTN) and various Philippines Trade Agreements (see http://finder.tariffcommission.gov.ph).

Top Importers

This section contains lists of the top 50 importers based on CIF value imported. Only imports processed in BOC main district ports are covered.

Data is extracted from the BOC Electronic-to-Mobile (E2M) database and hence, does not include manual assessments.

Importer - The party who makes the import declaration

CIF value - total cost of goods, insurance, and freight of commodities imported by the importer

Volume - Gross weight of commodities imported by the importer

CUD paid - Customs duty on the imported goods as paid by the importer. Customs duty is levied on goods entering the country, and is derived by multiplying the dutiable value with duty rate and converted to peso value (using the applicable foreign exchange rate). Duty rate varies depending on the classification of goods under the 2012 ASEAN Harmonized Tariff Nomenclature (AHTN) and various Philippines Trade Agreements (see http://finder.tariffcommission.gov.ph).

Certain commodities and importers are exempt from customs duties, as specified in the Tariff and Customs Code of the Philippines (TCCP). Hence, some commodities and importers may have 0 corresponding customs duties collected or paid.