MULTAN: Collectorate of Customs Enforcement & Compliance has generated Rs8.934 million through special auction of perishable goods.
Collector Muneeza Majeed and Additional Collector Syed Ali Abbas Gardezi have approved list of perishable goods after comprehensive discussion for generation of revenue. The special auction of perishable goods was carried out at Multan Dry Port Sher Shah. Special auction was carried out after following standard operating procedure to avoid spread of Covid-19 and face mask was mandatory for participation in the auction. Social distance was maintained in the auction.
Multan Customs Collectorate Enforcement & Compliance carried out auction of perishable food items before its expiry.
Several lots of Skimmed Milk Powder, Chewing gums, milk careem, raisin, black tea,redbull,wafer biscuit Almonds without Shell of Iran, Rani Juice and USA origins were also successfully auctioned in Rs.8.934 million after bid. Dried Apricots, fruity bar, energy drinks, wafer biscuits, tamarind whey powder, black tea Kenya bulk, drink red bull, dried figs, rani juices and other lots remain unsold due to fewer bid offered by bidder.
Assistant Collector Umer Sajjad supervised the auction of confiscated goods and vehicles at Multan Dry Port along with other staff to ensure transparency.