Customs announces 14 day good will gesture at the Brian A. David Customs Courier Facility
For the next 14 days, persons that have packages at the Brian A. David Customs Courier Facility for over three months are being offered the opportunity by the Customs and Exercise Department on Nevis to clear them free of any charges.
Deputy Comptroller Mr. Cynric Carey made the announcement earlier today, (October 25, 2018), at an official ceremony to rename the department’s Courier Facility in Charlestown, which formed part of the St. Kitts and Nevis Customs and Exercise Department’s 60th anniversary celebrations.
“The Customs Department would like to announce that effective immediately, anyone who has packages in the Courier Facility, three months and over, can clear those packages free of all duties and taxes.
Brian Carey, Deputy Comptroller
“This is just a kind gesture to show that Customs just don’t take. We also give back to the community,” he said.
Brain Carey, Deputy Comproller.
Members of the public should note that failure to clear packages during the stipulated 14-day period, will result in the contents being sold by auction as stipulated by the Customs and Control and Management Act.