Faisal Khawer Butt Sialkot
The Collector Customs at the Collectorate of Customs Sialkot Mrs. Ambreen Ahmed Tarar on Wednesday has termed communication, collaboration and cooperation as three most important steps in order to effectively run any organization.
While addressing the local industrialists and exporters at the Sialkot Chamber of Commerce and Industry (SCCI) the Collector Customs Mrs. Ambreen Ahmed Tarar further said that she was fully convinced that the Customs related issues of the businessmen could be effectively resolved through following those three principles, mentioned earlier.
She said the doors of her office would be always open for those seeking her assistance for the resolution of their problems and issues.
The Collector Customs Mrs. Ambreen Ahmed Tarar said that steps were being taken for the early system integration among the Collectorates of Customs in the country in order to facilitate the business community.
She also said that early implementation of the government’s new ‘export facilitation scheme’ would be ensured.
She said that under the new automated system more than 90 percent of the duty drawback refund cases had been resolved and the remaining cases, which were mostly manual, would be disposed off soon.
The Collector Customs Ambreen Ahmed Tarar assured that Customs Collectorate was willing to cooperate for the end of charging of the ‘road infrastructure tax’ from the exporters by the Sindh government.
She said that ‘Pakistan Single Window’ was a big step forward and Pakistan Customs had been working quite hard for that.
The president SCCI Qaiser Iqbal Baryar, senior vice president Khurram Aslam Butt and vice president Ansar Aziz Puri, A C Customs Muhammad Ejaz, Tahir Majeed kapur, and others were also present on the occasion.