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October 2020


Updated: CDEC Data Privacy Notice and recent activities

on Data Privacy Compliance

Bureau of Customs Advisory (Sept 22,2020)

Implementation of Orange Lane

In Order to maximize the use of Non-Intrusive Inspection (NII),

activation of the Orange Lane will be utilized through the Universal

Risk Management System (URMS) and implemented in the e2m

System, to wit;

1. Orange Lane shall be activated for the purpose of the delineation

of scanning and physical inspection;

2. Goods declaration tagged ORANGE shall pass through the x-ray

scanning and once the image is found to be suspicious, it shall be

subjected to physical examination; and

3. All goods declaration tagged RED shall be subjected to x-ray

scanning and physical examination.

All previous Orders, Memoranda and Issuances inconsistent herewith

are deemed superseded and/or revoked accordingly.

This order shall take effect on September 24, 2020.

Bureau of Customs Advisory (Sept 18,2020)

Implementation of Province of Origin (Box 26 of SAD) for Export


Please be informed that the Province of Origin (Box 26 of SAD)

as mandatory field for export declarations will be implemented in

the e2m system effective Sept 21, 2020

Bureau of Customs Advisory (August 28,2020)

Implementation of Container Security Fee (CFS) for 8ZN

Declarations in the e2m

Please be informed that the computation of Container Security Fee

(CFS) for 8ZN Declarations will be implemented in the E2M System

effective 01 September 2020.


CDEC Advisory August 11,2020 (Updated)

CMO 16-2020 Implementation of the Enhanced Value Reference

System (e-VRIS) in the e2m System

11 August 2020 Advisory 0820-19

This shall cover lodgments under CONSUMPTION ENTRY.

To comply with the new requirement during lodgment of goods

declaration particularly for Section 5.6-5.9 of said CMO, below are

the key provisions incorporated in etrade.net.ph effective August


1. A new field "Specification Code" is added in CUSDEC under the

item details. This will be used to declare the correct specification code

of a certain commodity. A dropdown will automatically show the list of

specification codes only for the particular tariff headings/HS Code.

User may select the(+) symbol for manual searching.

2. Specification Codes are mandatory depending on the HS Code used.

The field will turn in red font with asterisk* (Specification Code:*) as

an indicator that this field should be compulsory filled in. For HS

Codes which are mandatory for Specification Code but with no

specification codes in the list , declarant will use Spec Code "000000-

Others" and must manually input the specification description in the

"Goods Description" field.

3. Box 33 of the SAD printout will reflect the Specification Code while

Box 31 will display the Specification Code Description.

4. Declaration for multiple commodities falling under same tariff

headings shall be itemized per commodity description. Commodities

shall be declared individually depending on the number of commodities

on the attached rider following Rules 1 and 2 (if applicable).

5. Box 41: Supplemental Units should be mandatory filled up.

(CMO 49-2020)

6. Box 43: Valuation Method will have a default value of "NV- No

Valuation" Customs Examiner/Appraiser will be responsible in filling

up the correct Valuation Method.


CDEC Advisory : July 30, 2020

Starting August 1, 2020, submission of Goods Declaration and import

documents intended for Port of Manila and Manila International Port

shall be submitted to the following portals.

To access the portal, please log-in using the same registered username

and password. For any issues on account activation at POM and MICP

Portal, please contact BOC-CARES.

Tickets related to Goods Declaration which are still on process as of

July 28, 2020 were already transferred to the said dedicated portals.

However, BOC transactions and online filing of other ports will remain

to be processed at client.customs.gov.ph

BOC Portal Links

Port of Manila - https://pomportal.customs.gov.ph/

Manila International Container Port - https://micpportal.customs.gov.ph/

Other Ports - https://client.customs.gov.ph/

CDEC Advisory: July 2, 2020

RE: Mandatory Stoppage of Grouping Items per HS Code (Consumption)

To our valued clients,

In compliance with CMO 49-2019: Mandatory Filling-Up of

Box 41 : Supplemental Units in the Lodgment of Goods Declaration;

Section 5.6 - "In cases of multiple commodities falling under a

similar Tariff Heading, the declaration shall be itemized per

COMMODITY description.Therefore, commodities shall be declared

INDIVIDUALLY depending on the number of commodities on the

attached rider of the goods declaration."


1. This shall be applicable for CONSUMPTION entries only;

2. An item in the Invoice shall occupy one item line in the CUSDEC;

3. For example, if two items in the invoice have the SAME HS Code,

the two items should NOT be grouped into one item line, they

should be declared separately;

4. Total Items in the Invoice/s should tally with the total items in the


5. For multiple invoices, each item should be declared using the correct

Invoice Number.

Compliance is highly encouraged to avoid being penalized.

CDEC Advisory (05 June 2020) National Privacy Commission


Officer (DPO) participated in the Virtual Privacy Awareness Week

2020 themed "enabling Trust in the New Normal: Reimagining Privacy

in the Time of Pandemic" held on 29 May 2020.


Due to the current circumstances brought by this pandemic, please

be informed that our landline and mobile number support services

will be only active from 8:00 am - 8:00 pm on Weekdays, 10:00 am

-8:00 pm on Saturdays and 6:00 am- 4:00 pm on Sundays.

Contact us on main line 3439-9750 and select the correct service.

You may use the following numbers to get in touch with us:

- 0917-8086739 (Metro Manila)

- 0930-2324485 (VisMin)

- 0966-3892177 (VisMin)

You may use also our chat lines located at cdec.com.ph or

email to us at cs@cdec.com.ph


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