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Customs eyes P15-M revenue from MICP bidding

17 lots of various goods up for grabs in public auction

Updated

By Argyll Cryus Geducos

The Bureau of Customs expects to generate some P15.36 million in revenue from its public auction on November 22 at the Manila International Container Port (MICP).

Manila International Container Port Credit: Wikimedia / MANILA BULLETIN

Manila International Container Port Credit: Wikimedia / MANILA BULLETIN

In a statement, the Customs said MICP’s Auction and Cargo Disposal Division will bid out 17 lots of various goods:

  • two 40-foot containers of white sugar and Richboss synthetic black shoes with a floor price of P2,040,040
  • three 20-foot containers of refined sugar from Thailand pegged at P1,793,750
  • five 20-foot containers of wheat flour, pegged at P1,323,600
  • one 40-foot container of various bags, wallets and shoes at P2,990,600
  • 24 20-foot containers of angle bars at P1,218,000
  • four 40-foot containers of steel angle bars at P178,786
  • two 20-foot containers of hot dipped galvanized steel coil in sheet at P1,385,760
  • Used terrain vehicle
  • used 2005 Harley Davidson Softail motorcycle
  • school supplies and calculators
  • household goods and personal effects
  • foamboard
  • vacuum excavator
  • parts for paper making machine
  • used farming machine and parts
  • glassware
  • refrigerant gas R22

The public viewing of merchandise and pre-bid conference is set on November 18 and 21 at the conference room of the MICP’s office of the district collector.

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  • Harper

    What happened to the good stuff like luxury cars or imported clothing and imported food products that never get to the people. Let me guess they vanished