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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.

Commodity Report

RICE IMPORTS PER PORT

PORT CIF VALUE (PHP)
VOLUME (Kg)
NO. OF IMPORT ENTRIES
% DISTRIBUTION OF

CIF VALUE

VOLUME

NO. OF IMPORT ENTRIES
CUD
COLLECTED (PHP)
% DISTRIBUTION
OF CUD COLLECTED
San Fernando -- -- -- --
Manila 32,731,085 20.0 13,092,590 33.0
MICP 18,789,483 11.5 3,585,503 9.1
NAIA -- -- -- --
Batangas -- -- -- --
Legaspi -- -- -- --
Iloilo -- -- -- --
Cebu 109,513,539 66.9 21,881,067 55.2
Tacloban -- -- -- --
Surigao -- -- -- --
CDO -- -- -- --
Zamboanga -- -- -- --
Davao 2,644,526 1.6 1,057,810 2.7
Subic -- -- -- --
Clark -- -- -- --
Aparri -- -- -- --
Limay -- -- -- --
LEGEND

Rice Imports: Rice imports per port

This section shows the following information pertaining to rice imports (i.e. imports with HS Code 1006) processed in each of BOC main district ports: CIF value imported, volume imported, number of import entries processed, and customs duty collected.

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

CIF value - total cost of goods, insurance, and freight of the imported rice

Volume - gross weight of the imported rice

No. of import entries - total number of rice import transactions processed

Volume - gross weight of the imported rice

CUD collected - Customs duty levied on rice imports entering the BOC main district ports; 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).

% distribution - the port's CIF value, volume, total duties and taxes, or no. of import entries for a certain month as a percentage of the total CIF value, volume, total duties and taxes, or no. of import entries for all BOC main district ports for that month

A blank entry means no rice imports were processed in that port for that month.

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.