Customs Office Auctioned Uncollected Goods

June 22 , 2019


Customs Office Auctioned Uncollected Goods

The Custom Commission’s Qality branch has auctioned off goods valued at 104 million Br that have been stored on its premises past removal deadlines. Construction materials, cosmetic products and vehicles uncollected past 30 days have now been removed from the Commission’s premises, according to Alemayehu Anticho, manager of the commission’s branch office. Currently, there are 744 containers and 144 trucks stored at the Qality branch, which are nearing their deadline, according to the manager. The Commission also announced that it had confiscated contraband goods valued at 115.7 million Br that were going to enter the city. Clothing, utensils, narcotics, electronics and firearms are among the seized items.


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