ISLAMABAD: The Federal Board of Revenue (FBR) has declared Bazarcha Border Terminal, Taftan as new customs port for allowing the cargo transport to carry goods between Iran and Pakistan.
In this connection, the FBR has issued SRO427(I)/2022, here on Tuesday.
Recently, the government opened the Bazarcha Border terminal at Taftan, allowing the cargo transport to carry goods between Iran and Pakistan.
The terminal includes 30 acres of land required at the terminal for loading and unloading and clearance of goods. The decision is expected to create employment and business opportunities for people in the border area.
According to a notification issued by the FBR, the board has declared Bazarcha Border Terminal, Taftan, measuring 30 acres land, to be a customs-port for the purpose of loading, unloading and clearance of goods or any class of goods imported or to be exported.
The entry and exit of the vehicles shall be from western side of Bazarcha Border Terminal at designated point and this border crossing point shall exclusively be for cargo vehicles, the FBR added.
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