Inspectors of National Program for Combating the Commercial Concealment bust violators within transport sector in EP

04 Aug 2022


Inspectors from the National Program for Combating Commercial Concealment paid a number of companies in the transportation and logistics industry inspection visits because they were thought to be engaging in concealment violations. The businesses are situated in the Eastern province's cities and governorates and were chosen based on indicators provided by AI data analysis tools. 

​The Anti-Concealment Law requires that violating business owners be reported to the appropriate authorities for the imposition of statutory penalties. After final judicial decisions have been rendered against the offenders, penalties may include a five-year prison sentence, a five-million-riyal fine, and the seizure and confiscation of illegal funds. 

Consequential legal penalties include the shutdown of the business, the liquidation of the activity, the revocation of the commercial register, the prohibition from engaging in commercial activity, the payment of Zakat, duties, and taxes, and the deportation of those involved in concealment practices and not permitting them to return to the Kingdom for work.

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Last Modified 07 Aug 2022