Repacking of export goods after inspection caused delay: Nasser

Staff Reporter

President of Federation of Pakistan Chambers of Commerce and Industry (FPCCI) Nasser Hyatt Magoo while welcoming Force Commander Anti Narcotic Force (ANF) Karachi Brigadier Syed Waqar Haider Rizvi has stated that repacking of the exports goods after examination caused delays, increased cost and affected confidence of the buyers.

Chairing a meeting on Saturday, the President FPCCI also appreciated the working of the force especially during the lockdown due to Covid-19. He added that the problems of the trade to the extent of 70 to 80% have been solved due to cooperation of the force officials.
However, Nasser Hyatt Magoo said there are still some problems being faced by the trade and industry such as repacking of the export cargo after examination by ANF. The export cargo after examination is usually stuffed and the worthy factory packing is disturbed due to which there are complaints from the buyers that the packing of the goods is not satisfactory.

He said, there is a need of updating the information of pre-curser chemicals within the ANF staff working at ports. This may be achieved with joint sessions of ANF and stake holders.

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