Re-export process of 105 MT of crude coconut oil commences: Customs

Re-export process of 105 MT of crude coconut oil commences: Customs

Re-export process of 105 MT of crude coconut oil commences: Customs

Written by Pavani Hapuarachchi

12 Apr, 2021 | 10:52 am

COLOMBO (News 1st): The re-export process of 105 metric tonnes of crude coconut oil imported by Katana Refineries PVT LTD has commenced,  said on Monday morning (Apr. 12).

Measures are currently underway to re-export 06 freight containers of Coconut oil imported by Katana Refineries (PVT) LTD, Sudaththa Silva, Customs Spokesperson and Deputy Director of Sri Lanka Customs told News 1st.

According to Sri Lanka Customs, the vessel “Barbara” which was scheduled to carry the 06 containers containing crude coconut oil to be re-exported by Katana Refineries (PVT) LTD arrived at the SAGT Terminal of the Colombo Port on Monday morning (Apr. 12).

The loading of the containers to the ship commenced at around 9.30 am on Monday (Apr. 12).

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