The Nigeria Customs Service (NCS), Tin-Can Island Customs Command, said on Wednesday that it generated N206.4 billion in 2012, up from N193.4 billion it recorded in 2011.
The Customs Area Controller, Mr Tunji Aremu, told the News Agency of Nigeria (NAN) in Lagos that the monthly target of the command in 2012 was N22 billion.
The controller said that 115 containers and 18 unpacked vehicles were seized.
He said that 22 of the containers were teak woods for export, saying that the commodity contravened the export prohibition order.
Aremu explained that the remaining seized containers consisted of under-declared vehicles, used tyres, new fridges, washing machines, kitchen cabinets, boxes of recorded Video and Audio CDs.
He said that other items intercepted, included electric ovens, furniture, soaps, pop corn machine, computer bags, second hand clothes, new and old electronics as well as new ladies' shoes and bags.
He said that the Duty Paid Value (DPV) of the seizures was N347.4 million.
The controller added that between Jan. 1 and Dec. 31, 2012, a total of 21,015 tonnes of exports with Free On Board (FOB) value of N12.1 billion passed through the Tin-Can Port in 2012.
He added that 169,536 tonnes of exports valued at N101.1billion passed through the port in 2011.
Aremu promised an improvement in revenue collection and sustained anti-smuggling operations.
He added that the command had enforced the non-negotiable stance of the Comptroller- General of Customs, Dr Abdullahi Dikko, on quality service delivery.