Who We Are?

       The Chamber of Customs Brokers, Inc. (CCBI) is the national organization of Customs Brokers in the Philippines. The organization was registered with the Securities and Exchange Commission on November 13, 1991. The CCBI is the sole Accredited Integrated Professional Organization of Customs Brokers by The Professional Regulations Commission and Professional Regulatory Board for Customs Brokers, pursuant to the provision of Section 31, Article IV of Republic Act No. 9280, otherwise known as Customs Brokers Act of 2004.

         Backed by its membership of more than 9,500 Customs Brokers, the CCBI members are duly registered with the Professional Regulation Commission and are engaged mainly in the practice of profession – as proprietor or partners in the business of customs brokerage Services and logistics enterprises; a public servant in the government agencies such as the Bureau of Customs, the Department of Finance, the Department of Trade and Industry legislative offices, etc.; employed in private companies engaged in international trade import/export, and logistics; and as distinguished members of the academe, teaching customs and tariff subjects in Higher Education Institutions offering Bachelor of Science in Customs Administration.

         The CCBI also takes pride in its networking activities and alliances with industry associations like the Philippine Chamber of Commerce and Industry (PCCI), Philippine Federation of Professional Association, and Port Users Confederation. In the international front, the CCBI has been a long standing Association Member of the International Federation of Customs Brokers (IFCBA).

The Chamber of Customs Brokers, Inc. (CCBI) pursues the following objectives:
• To promote better understanding between the customs brokerage industry and the private sector in trade facilitation and security of legitimate commerce;
• To serve as an advocacy group in its consultations with the Bureau of Customs and other government agencies affecting international trade, logistics, and commerce;
• To assist the Bureau Customs in the formulation of policies, guidelines and partners in the operational reforms in modernizing the customs procedures and best practices in compliance with Revised Kyoto Convention and other international agreements and best practices; and
• To conduct continuing professional education program to its members in the advancement of acquired knowledge, skills and values.

Vision and Mission


A Globally Recognized Organization That Promotes Professional Practice of Customs Brokersn Guided by Ethical and Technical Standards.


To Promote a Unified, Transparent and Dynamic Organization That Serves and Protect the Interest of Its Members.

National Officers and Board of Directors [2023-2025]