Illegal teaks, consumer goods, household electronic devices, industrial materials, heavy machinery parts, vehicles seized

Supervised by the Anti-Illegal Trade Steering Committee, effective action is being taken against offenders to prevent illicit trade under the law.
An on-duty inspection team under the supervision of the Customs Department inspected at the airport cargo garage at the Yangon International Airport on 14 September. Officials found Button punching machine and CMP accessories at an estimated value of K9,330,300, not declared in the ID. Then, officials found supplementary medicines, estimated at K6,364,530 from the Asia World Container checkpoint on 15 September. The total worth of the seizures amounted to K15,694,830 and the action was taken under the Customs Procedures.
An on-duty inspection team under the supervision of the Customs Department of Mon State inspected at the Mayanchaung checkpoint on 15 and 16 September. They found air conditioners, vehicle accessories and ceramic tile at an estimated value of K11,348,058, not declared in the ID and three vehicles estimated at K260 million, carrying the goods. The total worth of the seizures amounted to K271,348,058 and the action was taken under the Customs Procedures.
A combined inspection team, under the supervision of the Anti-Illegal Trade Task Force of Nay Pyi Taw council area, led by respective township Forest Departments inspection at Tatkon township and Pyinmana township on 16 and 17 September. They found 6.784 tonnes of illegal timbers estimated at K244,640 and the action was taken under the Forest Law.
A combined inspection team, under the supervision of the Anti-Illegal Trade Task Force of Kayin State, inspected at Kawkareik (Tadakyo) on 17 and 18 September. Officials found detergent powder packets and ceramic tiles, not declared in the ID and estimated at K3.4 million from two vehicles. An on-duty inspection team inspected at Myawady trade zone and found commodes estimated at K5,722,500. The total worth of the seizures amounted to K9,122,500 and the action was taken under the Customs procedures.
An inspection team, under the supervision of the Anti-Illegal Trade Task Force of Sagaing Region, led by Myanmar Police Force inspected at the near Kantalu electricity office, Sagaing Region on 18 September. They found 13.3001 tonnes of teak glass panes, estimated at K8,778,066 and the action was taken under the Forest Law.
Therefore, 13 cases at estimated value of K305,188,094 were taken action from 14 to 18 September, according to the Anti-Illegal Trade Steering Committee. —MNA

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