97% Compliance of Fish Cars / Trucks on Local Transport Regulations of Fish and Fishery Products
A three-day mobile checkpoint conducted on 9-11 June, yielded eight (8) fish cars/fish trucks that were found without any local transport permit (LTP) or an auxiliary invoice out of 274 fishery transport vehicles inspected. This means a 97% compliance rate was reached during that time period. This is a continuation of the of rising trend of compliance to fishery transport regulations since May 2020 when the FRPG and FIQS conducted sustained mobile checkpoint operations in General Santos City.
The FRPG-FIQS continues to monitor exit points of General Santos City through the conduct of mobile checkpoints to make sure all outgoing fish trucks and fish cars carrying fishery products are accompanied with a Local Transport Permit (LTP) or an Auxiliary Invoice as part of the required regulations for traceability system of all fishery commodities intended for local and export markets.
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