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JUNE 2018


CDEC Advisory (May 31, 2018) - "Suspension of the Implementation of

Customs Memorandum and Other Documents to the Bureau's Advanced

Manifest System".

In the interest of the service and to further test the readiness of the

Bureau's Advance Manifest System, the implementation of Customs

Memorandum Order No. 06-2018 is hereby suspended until further

Notice. This order shall take effect immediately.



The Bureau of Customs conducted a series of stakeholder consultation

meetings and briefing on Advanced Manifest System (AMS) last

May 3-4 and May 11 in South Harbor, Port Area, Manila.

In fulfillment of its obligation as BOC accredited VASP. CDEC conducted

numerous client briefings and orientation on AMS since 11 May until 25

May for members of the Association of International Shipping Lines,

Philippine Ship Agents Association and Philippine Multimodal Transport

and Logistics Association.

These information dissemination activities included executive briefings

for SEIPI ASLM, PEZA FPIP locators and airline clients of PAGSS and

Paircargo (NAIA).

Starting 28 May, the focus of CDEC information dissemination and client

orientation activities will shift to the following;

- Submit to BOC MISTG documented report on issues and concerns

relayed by clients on CMO-06-2018.

- Increase the number of stakeholders complying with AMS in terms

of the actual PDF file submissions.

- Commence PDF file submissions by foreign airlines

- Undertake client briefing and orientation in outports (Clark, Subic,

Cebu, Davao and others).

Please feel free to directly contact CDEC Customer support and Sales

team on inquiries, clarification and other assistance you require with

regards to BOC AMS.


“AISL Equipment Insurance Full Nationwide Automation through AISL

GOFAST System”

In line with the recent advisory and instructions from Association of

International Shipping Lines (AISL). Importers and Customs

Brokers/Representatives can secure and enjoy the benefit of 24/7

payment of equipment insurance – no queuing, less travel, hassle-free

and thus saves you time.

Pay your AISL Equipment Insurance online through AISL GOFAST System

for containers discharged on all Ports nationwide.

Please contact Cargo Data Exchange Center Inc. (CDEC), the technology

provider of AISL GOFAST System for Registration, Pre-paid deposits and

End-User Trainings.

AISL GOFAST customer support

Email add: gofast@cdec.com.ph, cs@cdec.com.ph; aislgofast@gmail.com

Mobile numbers:

For Manila Based Stakeholders - 0917-808-6739 (Globe) and

0917-819-1696 (Globe)

For Cebu/Davao/CDO Based Stakeholders - 0966-389 2177 (GLOBE)

Landline number - (02) 439-9750


Reminders from Bureau of Customs

Subject: Submission and Counter-Checking of the List of Importables

In line with the campaign to eliminate "consignees for hire", you are

hereby directed to require all importers to submit a copy of the list of

importable submitted and approved by Accounts Management Office

(AMO) upon registration/accreditation, to your respective offices.

To ensure that only commodities or items in the approved list is imported

by consignee, you are further directed to counter check with the approved

list before proceeding to process an import entry and report to AMO any

importer who imports any goods not found in the list for imposition of


Please note that additional items on the list of importable require approval

from AMO prior to importation. Any Customs official or personnel who will

continue to process an entry with goods not found in the approved list of

importable shall be meted with appropriate disciplinary action. This

memorandum shall take effect immediately and is for strict compliance.

Memorandum Released Date from Bureau of Customs - March 27, 2018


To Our Valued Clients

Please be advised that all funds deposited during weekend will be

validated and uploaded on your prepaid payment account by our

finance team during the following schedule.

Monday - Friday

8:00AM to 6:00PM


March 21, 2018 - Real Time Tagging of Aircraft Arrival by BOC-AOD

Please be informed that BOC-AOD (Aircraft Operation Division)

already implemented the tagging of actual arrival of Aircraft based on

CMO 10-2015. All stakeholder must submit and validate their manifest

before ETA to avoid late manifest.

All manifest submitted after the arrival of aircraft will encounter

"Operation not Permitted" and must prepare a letter request for

DIRECT VALIDATION subject to the approval of Deputy Collector for



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CDEC user ID.

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