Implementation of duty drawback payments digitization hailed

ISLAMABAD:A delegation of Pakistan Leather Garments Manufacturers Exporters Association (PLGMEA) headed by its Chairman Danish Khan visited Collectorate of Customs Enforcement to meet Chief Collector Customs Enforcement Saifuddin Junejo and his team. During the meeting, important directives were issued to resolve problems and concerns of leather product exporters.

On this occasion, the Chairman PLGMEA applauded the steady response of Customs team under the leadership of Chief Collector Enforcement Junejo. He mentioned that leather products had a large share in country’s exports and customs official helped them to remove many procedural hindrances to make the process smooth and speedy. He said that it’s not only their duty but in a larger context, it was a great service to the nation as speedy exports process means more economic prosperity for the country.

Khan was of view that with the efficient officials like Junejo and his team, country’s exports had increased from 22bn to 27bn dollars and more would not be a difficult task. He specially appreciated conception and implementation of duty drawback payments digitization and termed it remarkable.

Imtiaz Ahmed Sheikh, Collector MCC Exports, Eng. Habib ADC MCC Exports, Rizwan Basheer ADC MCC exports and other senior customs official were also present. Shahid Malik, Irfan Iqbal, Rizwan Rashid, Rashid Zahid and Atiq-uz-Zaman were included in PLGMEA delegation.