Statistics released by Dubai Customs showed that Dubai Customs’ Passenger Operations Department has dealt with 20.44 million passengers’ items of luggage on board 88,000 flights arriving into Terminal 3, Dubai International Airport in 2019.
Dubai Customs destroyed 48,000 counterfeit items as part of its efforts to combat piracy and support sustainable development.
The Dubai Customs has extended a refund of 20 per cent on the customs fees imposed on imported products sold locally in Dubai markets from 15th March to 30th June.
The suspects had been put under surveillance after the Anti-Narcotics Department at the Dubai Police had received verified information about two persons belonging to an overseas gang peddling in drugs possessing a large quantity of drugs.
Dubai Customs made a new major Captagon seizure hidden in a container of ship spare parts coming from an Asian country.
Figures released by Dubai Customs showed the Hatta Border Crossing dealt with 1.2 million passengers, 94,500 trucks and 452,000 vehicles from January to October 2019.
A delegation from the Community Development Authority visited Dubai Customs to learn more about their experience in the field of Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR).
Among the items nabbed were 6.758kg of cocaine concealed in a suitcase and the jacket of a lady coming from an African country.
Now exhibitors can complete their registration online without a need for a physical visit to the customs centers.