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Investigation of Textile Import Corruption Cases PDF Print E-mail
Written by Maizer   
Wednesday, 13 May 2020

Deputy Attorney General for Special Crimes starts investigating cases of alleged corruption related to abuse of authority in importing textiles at the Directorate General of Customs and Excise in 2018 until 2020. Head of the Attorney General's Legal Information Center, Hari Setiyono, said the case start from discovery of 27 containers owned by PT. Flemings Indo Batam (FIB) and PT Peter Garmindo Prima (PGP) at the Port of Tanjung Priok, on March 2, 2020.

 

After checking, the Enforcement and Investigation Division of Tanjung Priok Customs and Excise Main Service Office found the quantity and type of goods in containers not in accordance with the documents.

 

"After calculating, there are physical advantages of goods, each for PT PGP totaling 5,075 roll and PT FIB totaling 3,075 roll," Hari said

 

Based on shipping documents, the fabric should have originated from India. Though these fabrics originated from China and never stopped in India. Attorney General's finding, the ship carrying the container departed from the port in Hong Kong, stopped in Malaysia and rested in Batam.

 

From the starting point, namely Hong Kong, containers transport brocade, silk and satin. However, the cargo was transferred without the supervision of the authorities in Batam.

 

"Moved to a different container at the Temporary Piling Place (TPS) in the Batu Ampar Customs Area without supervision by the P2 Section and the Customs and Excise Division of the KPU Batam," he said.

 

After the initial load is removed, the same container is filled with cheaper fabrics, namely polyester fabrics.

 

The containers with the new cargo are then transported by different ships to the Port of Tanjung Priok. The destination should be the Green Sedayu Bizpark Warehouse Complex, Cakung, East Jakarta.

 

In this case, the investigator has examined a number of witnesses. On Tuesday, five officials from the Batam Customs Service Office (KPU) were examined. They consisted of the Head of Batam Customs Commission Susila Brata, the Head of Customs and Excise Facilities Services Division I Batam Customs Commission, Yosef Hendriyansah, the Head of Customs Facilities and Customs Commission of Batam Customs and Excise Commissioner Rully Ardian.

 

Then, the Head of Customs and Excise Facilities Services Division II Batam Customs Commission Bambang Lusanto Gustomo and the Head of Law Enforcement and Investigation Division I Batam Customs Commission M. Munif. In addition, investigators also searched the homes of Susila Brata and M. Munif, in Batam.

 

"From the search that time being secured three cellphones, one flashdisk," said Hari. However, he has not revealed further about state losses in this case.

 

 
		
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