Facilitation Desk of Pakistan Customs Inaugurated at ICCI

ISLAMABAD, July 17 (Online Int’l): The Islamabad Chamber of Commerce & Industry (ICCI) has taken another positive step for the facilitation of its members by establishing a Facilitation Desk of Pakistan Customs on its premises, which was inaugurated by Dr.Arslan Subuctageen, Member (Legal & Accounting – Customs) and Syed Muhammad Tariq Huda, Member (Customs Operations) of FBR, in a ceremony held at ICCI.

Tahir Abbasi Senior Vice President, SaifurRehman Khan Vice President ICCI, MianAkramFarid Chairman Founder Group, Tariq Sadiq, Ch. Waheedud Din, Muhammad EjazAbbasi, Zafar Bakhtawari, Iftikhar Anwar Sethi, RafatFarid, Ahsan Bakhtawari, Amin Pirzada, Abbas Hashmi, Zia Khalid Ch. Khalid Chaudhry and others were also present at the occasion. Malik Sohail Hussain, Chief Coordinator UBG FPCCI performed the role of stage secretary.

With the establishment of Facilitation Desk, ICCI members would now be able to avail all customs related services and get their issues resolved within the premises of ICCI instead of visiting various offices of Pakistan Customs.

Addressing the inaugural ceremony, Dr.Arslan Sabuctageen, Member (Legal & Accounting – Customs) and Syed Muhammad Tariq Huda, Member (Customs Operations) of FBR said that the facilitation desk would provide customs related services to the business community and help in resolving their issues. They said that the availability of Pakistan Customs facilitation desk in the premises of ICCI was a great facility that must be availed by the business community. They said close relations between the business community and Pakistan Customs would help in improving the Pakistan’s economy. They also shared their plans with the business community for controlling smuggling and improving tax revenue of the country. They appreciated the role of ICCI for providing enhanced facilities to its members by establishing facilitation desks of various organizations in its premises.

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