• container overweight handling method and VGM policy impact
    Handling method of overweight container 1、 Container weight limit The maximum weight limit information, such as MAXGROSS:30480KGS 。 It means that your box with goods can't exceed this weight. Tare weight – 20gp: 2200kgs, 40: 3.720-4200kgs, some individual HQ will have MAXGROSS:32000KGS 。 This is the maximum strength that the container can bear. If the loading exceeds this limit, the deformation of the container, the falling off of the bottom plate, the bending of the top beam and other damages may occur. All losses arising therefrom will be borne by the loader. At present, most professional container terminals in China are equipped with automatic weighbridge, so as long as the container loading exceeds the weight limit of the container, the terminals refuse to accept the container. Therefore, it is suggested that you check the weight limit on the container before packing, so as to avoid unnecessary re loading. If the goods are really overweight and can not be divided, then you can choose the overweight box. In general, the wharf / yard will stack the common dry containers of the shipping company together. If you want to select the special weighting containers (such as the 20 weighting containers mentioned above), the wharf and yard must search one by one. The resulting container selection fee is generally the same as the designated container fee. Container transportation is a collaborative process involving multiple departments, so in addition to the weight limit of the container itself, there are some other factors to be considered. 2、 Shipping company weight limit Generally, the weight policy of each shipping company is different, and the approximate standard is not to damage the container. Considering the balance of space and weight. Every container ship has certain space and weight restrictions, but in a specific route, the space and weight are not always just balanced. Conflicts often occur in North China, where heavy cargo is concentrated. The weight of the ship has arrived and the space is much less. In order to make up for the loss of space, the shipping company often adopts the strategy of price increase, that is, additional freight will be charged after the weight of the cargo exceeds how many tons. Some shipping companies do not use their own ships, but buy the shipping space of other shipping companies to transport, so the weight limit will be more strict, because the shipping space between shipping companies is calculated according to the standard of 1teu = 14tons or 16tons, and those exceeding the weight will not be allowed to board. In the period of cabin explosion, according to the different heat of the route, the shipping company's weight limit for each type of box will be reduced accordingly. When booking the space, you should ask the forwarder about the weight limit of the shipping company at the latest. If there is no confirmation and the goods are heavy goods, there will be risks. Some shipping companies will not have any room for communication when they are overweight. They will directly ask the shipper to tow the goods, leave the port, pick up the goods and then weigh them again. It's hard to control these costs. 3、 Port weight limit It mainly depends on the mechanical equipment load of wharf and yard. After the container ship berths at the wharf, it usually needs the crane of the wharf for loading and unloading, and then it is towed to the container yard by truck and lifted down by forklift. If the weight of the container exceeds the mechanical load, it will cause difficulties to the operation of the terminal and yard. Therefore, for some small ports with relatively backward equipment, the shipping company will generally inform the port of the weight limit in advance, and those exceeding this limit will not be accepted. 4、 Supporting feeder ship or highway weight limit People who have been inland in the United States have a deep understanding that the weight limit of road transportation in the United States is very strict, because many containers need to be towed inland by truck after they are unloaded at the terminal, so the weight limit of road has also become the reason for shipping companies to limit the weight of containers. Of course, it is not the limit only for the terminal. The weight requirements of goods on the US line are very strict. The weight limit is mainly affected by the weight limit of inland roads in the United States. Generally, the small containers are 17.3 tons and the large high containers are 19.5 tons. But according to different ports, there are different weight limit requirements. 5、 Route weight limit For different routes, the shipping capacity is arranged according to the berthing order of cargo loading and unloading port and the type and heat of cargo export. In addition to the load problem of equipment operation at the destination port, the weight limit of large and small containers on different routes is naturally different. Overweight treatment This is mainly divided into overweight in port area, overweight in shipping company and overweight in destination port. 1. Shipping company overweight Discuss with the ship owner to pay the overweight fee, and the others will go as normal. 2. The port area has its own overweight regulations If you find that you are overweight when you enter the port, you need to negotiate with the port area to pay the overweight fee plus the manual handling fee or unload. 3. Port of destination overweight In general, if the destination port is overweight, a fine can be paid within a certain range; if the destination port is overweight seriously, the crane along the way can not load, so it can only be unloaded at the nearby port or returned by the same way. VGM policy impact From July 1, 2016, the International Maritime Organization (IMO) will implement the relevant requirements of the International Convention for the safety of life at sea (SOLAS Convention) on the weight audit of export containers, which clearly requires that from that day on, the shipper (cargo owner) will declare the total weight audit (VGM) for all export containers, and any container without verified total weight will not be loaded. 1. New regulations will improve shipping safety The new regulations will improve the safety of shipping. The misinformation of container weight has a serious impact on the stability of ships, trucks and terminal equipment, and can pose a threat to the safety of workers in the industry, even life-threatening. When a container is weighed after an accident, the result of the total quantity obtained is often different from that on the cargo manifest. The long-standing dispute on this issue has led to the revision of SOLAS Convention to ensure accurate declaration of all container weights. 2. All containers should be weighed The principle of the new SOLAS Convention is simple. Since July 1, 2016, all containers must be weighed compulsorily before loading. Container weight can be determined by one of two methods. The container can be weighed after it has been loaded, or all contents of the container can be weighed instead, and the weight can be combined with the tare weight of the container. No matter in what way, its weight is not allowed to be calculated subjectively. 3. The whole supply chain will be affected Active participation in all aspects of the container supply chain will be affected to some extent by this new regulation. Ship operators and terminal operators are required to apply proven container weights to the stowage plan. In order for them to get the information in a timely manner, the shipper will have to share the verified weight with the booking agent or freight forwarder. This clearly requires new agreements on procedures and modifications to existing information technology (it) systems. 4. It is the shipper's responsibility to provide accurate weight The shipper (or a third party under the shipper's responsibility) is required to weigh the loaded container or all of its contents, depending on the method chosen. The weighing equipment used must meet the national certification and calibration requirements. The amendments to SOLAS Convention require that the weight verification program must be signed, and the specific person must be named and determined according to the program that has verified the accuracy of weight calculation on behalf of the shipper. The carrier may rely on this signature to verify the weight as the exact weight. 5. The details of the declaration procedure may vary from case to case The verified total weight of the container must be declared in signed shipping documents. This document may be part of the shipping instructions to the shipping company, or it may be a separate document, such as a declaration containing a weight certificate. In any case, the document shall clearly state that the total weight provided is the total weight verified. The carrier will provide the shipper with the relevant information by the deadline during which the carrier must receive the required verified weight of the container from the shipper for the ship stowage plan. These deadlines can vary from carrier to carrier, from operational procedures or from terminal operator to terminal operator, and from port to port. Containers without verified gross weight shall not be loaded.
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  • global shipping technology conference is coming!
    With the development of shipping digitization and emerging technologies represented by blockchain, artificial intelligence, Internet of things and 3D printing, the whole shipping industry chain began to pay close attention to the change and development of global shipping caused by technological revolution, and actively explore how to connect shipping and promote industrial upgrading, such as container shipping booking, container truck intelligent scheduling, port terminal automation, ship intelligence and enterprise operation Optimization, cost reduction, efficiency and other aspects have the corresponding application. So, in the case of shipping market downturn and global economy full of uncertainty, what new trend will shipping digitization usher in in 2019? Where is the new air outlet? What opportunities and challenges are faced by enterprises embracing new technologies? Is it mixed or getting better? Where is the flow of capital? Based on this, the shipping industry network and marinex & nbsp; held the global shipping science and technology conference in Shanghai on June 18, inviting leading enterprises and industry leaders at home and abroad to discuss how to realize the interconnection of the whole shipping industry chain with technologies such as blockchain, artificial intelligence, Internet of things and 3D printing, and build a bridge between capital and project parties and roadshow.   the global shipping science and technology conference, formerly known as the international shipping and Internet Summit Forum, was held in 2014 and hosted by the shipping industry network. It is the first forum in China to focus on and take "Internet + shipping" as the theme. It has witnessed the integrated development of the shipping industry and the Internet, as well as the birth, growth and growth of a large number of excellent shipping e-commerce platforms. It can be said that the annual forum has built a platform for dialogue, exchange, consultation and cooperation, and common development for China's and even global shipping science and technology talents. meeting time June 18, 2019 (Tuesday) meeting place Hongkou, Shanghai   meeting highlights   · & nbsp; from a global perspective, the whole industry thinking, to build a docking platform between capital and industry · & nbsp; follow the new trend of the industry and set three major topics: the present and future of blockchain + shipping; digitization, shipping e-commerce, investment and financing Internet of things, big data, artificial intelligence, 3D printing · & nbsp; gathering leading enterprises at home and abroad · & nbsp; one to one dialogue customized booth   expected participants international organizations and industry associations, government departments, domestic and foreign shipping companies, logistics & amp; supply chain enterprises, shipping e-commerce platforms, blockchain companies, shipping research institutes, law firms, classification societies, shipping insurance & amp; indemnity institutions, consulting institutions, financial institutions, investment and financing institutions, etc.   Registration 1. The cost of this forum is 1800 yuan / person; early bird ticket: 10% discount before May 15. 2. Forum expenses include attendance, forum package, tea break, lunch, transportation expenses and accommodation expenses; 3. Please send email to editor@ship.sh , list the information of participants such as unit, name, position, etc. there will be a special person to contact and pay the fee after confirmation.
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  • do you know anything about dangerous goods export?
    dangerous goods have a certain particularity, so the sea export process is more complex than general goods, and the procedure is relatively cumbersome. Each country has strict control over the import and export of dangerous goods, so there are certain requirements for the declaration of dangerous goods. Dangerous goods are not only dangerous chemicals in our concept, such as batteries, lithium batteries, camphor balls, fire extinguishers, lighters, refrigerants, mercury, ethanol and so on. Dangerous goods refer to the goods that are corrosive, natural, flammable, toxic, explosive and other properties, and are easy to cause personal injury and property damage in the process of transportation, loading and unloading, storage and storage, which need special protection. Dangerous goods are divided into 1-9 categories, a total of nine categories. Class I: explosives; class II: compressed gases and liquefied gases; class III: flammable liquids; class IV: flammable solids; class V: oxidants and organic peroxides; class VI: toxic substances; class VII: radioactive substances; class VIII: corrosive substances; class IX: other dangerous goods. Operation flow of dangerous goods export 1、 Booking For dangerous goods export by sea, the consignor should fax the following documents to the freight forwarding company 10 working days in advance. 1. Marine consignment letter; 2. Dangerous goods packaging use identification result sheet; 3. Technical specification for packing dangerous goods; 4、 Material Safety Data Sheet(MSDS) be careful: a. In order to facilitate the application for shipping space and declaration of dangerous goods, the name of goods in Chinese and English, type of case, class No., UN No., package and special requirements shall be indicated on the ocean consignment; b. If transshipment is involved, it is necessary to confirm with the shipping company whether there are restrictions on the transshipment port. 2、 Provide declaration materials Seven working days in advance (four working days in advance for non imported barrels) to provide the original of declaration related information of the goods: 1. Identification result sheet of dangerous goods packaging; (Note: different product names should be corresponding one by one;) 2. Technical specification for packing dangerous goods; be careful: a. According to the above documents, and in accordance with the correct data, product name, type of container, wait until the MSA to declare the goods, and then send the shipping company to declare the ship according to the cargo declaration form and packing certificate. b. For the recycling barrels, the temporary import and export application should be processed before the declaration of goods, and the use description (for example, why import barrels should be used?) should be provided The class, UN number, quantity and gross weight of the goods shall be correct, and the consignor company shall apply to the MSA with its official seal. 3、 Customs declaration The original documents related to export declaration must be provided 3 days in advance 1. Verification sheet; 2. Invoice; 3. Packing list; 4. Customs declaration entrustment form; 5. Export declaration form; 6. Description of the goods (the consignor shall introduce the purpose of the goods and the characteristics of the goods in writing). be careful: a. According to the above documents, and according to the cargo declaration, box seal number, etc. b. For temporary import and export, in addition to the above documents, a description of the temporary import and export goods should also be provided. If there is a deposit receipt, it should also be provided. 4、 Container entry: As dangerous goods are loaded directly alongside the ship, they are usually packed three days before the ship leaves. 5、 The confirmation of the bill of lading will be provided to the shipper for confirmation two days before the departure of the vessel. The operation of dangerous goods must be confirmed in advance, not all warehouses can take over; the ship owner needs to confirm, and the transit port also needs to confirm; and the higher the level of dangerous goods, the higher the freight. In fact, the maritime export process of dangerous goods has not changed much compared with ordinary goods. The key lies in the early booking and declaration to the MSA and shipping companies. Therefore, as long as the cargo owners and freight forwarders prepare the relevant documents in advance, there will be no problems in the subsequent customs clearance.
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  • what is ISF declaration?
    ISF is the abbreviation of Importer Security Filing, which is also called anti-terrorism declaration. It is a requirement of the US Customs for us importers. It is something made by the US Customs and Border Protection (CBP) after the "9 / 11 incident" in order to strengthen us security. It is a unique declaration of the United States, whose purpose is to improve security supervision. The content includes 12 items: 10 items are provided by importers and 2 items are provided by shipping companies, so ISF is also called 10 + 2. ISF declaration must send electronic declaration data to us customs through AMS or ABI system 24 hours before shipment. In ISF declaration operation, importers can entrust their trusted overseas agents to declare on their behalf. The specific contents of ISF declaration, i.e. 10 + 2 new regulation, are as follows: 1. "2" mentioned in "10 + 2" refers to the declaration requirements for shipping companies (1) Vessel stow plan (2) Container status message 2. "10" mentioned in "10 + 2" is to add 10 more information units 24 hours before shipment (1) Manufacturer name and address (2) Seller name and address (3) Buyer name and address (4) Ship to name and address (5) Importer of record number (6) U.S. bonded number of U.S. consignees (7) Country of origin of the goods (8) HS commodity number (top six digits) (9) Container manufacturing location (10) Consolidator name and address After reading so many contents of the new rules, I believe everyone is still in a muddle. Practice leads to true knowledge. Now I will attach a template for your reference. After reading it, you will know how to fill in the ISF declaration form. The items marked with * in the figure are required by the actual consignor. ISF declaration can be made by the seller or by the buyer. If it is made by the buyer, the buyer needs to make declaration through the freight forwarder. The consignee needs to cooperate with the American agent of the shipping freight forwarder to sign the POA authorization letter. The freight forwarder will send the American agent information to the consignee, inform the agent and take the initiative Contact the consignee, only after signing the POA can the goods be delivered from the port of departure. What is the difference between AMS declaration and AMS declaration? Need attention Who sends ISF? (1) Importers (2) How to send ISF to the forwarder or customs broker designated by the importer? (1) Existing AMS system (2) ABI tariff system of us customs Send time: Like AMS, it must be sent 24 hours before boarding Modification deadline: The final revision must be completed 24 hours before the arrival of the ship The differences between ISF and AMS are as follows: AMS refers to the 24-hour manifest system or the United States anti-terrorism manifest system. The declaration is mainly about the information in the bill of lading, which can be controlled by the freight forwarder. ISF declaration is mainly the entity in the supply chain, part of the information in the buyer, part of the information in the seller, how to effectively integrate these information, the beginning is more difficult. If the forwarder helps to declare ISF, relevant information must be collected at the time of booking. If the importers declare by themselves, they must communicate with the sellers.
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  • under FOB terms, does the shipper have to bear these unexpected expenses?
    As we all know, FOB (free on board) is also called FOB, which means free on board at the port of shipment. For FOB transactions, the buyer is responsible for sending a ship to pick up the goods. The Seller shall ship the goods to the ship designated by the buyer within the port of shipment and time limit specified in the contract, and inform the buyer in time. When the goods are loaded on the designated vessel at the port of loading, the risk passes from the seller to the buyer. Under FOB terms, what expenses should the consignor bear? 1. Regular expenses payable We all know that under FOB conditions, the consignor is generally only responsible for the port of departure expenses, that is, the expenses before boarding the ship, including: delivery fee, packing fee, port miscellaneous charges, port safety fee, bill of lading fee, manifest entry fee, THC or orc, lead sealing fee, customs declaration fee, etc. Special attention should be paid to the manifest declaration expenses of AMS in the United States and ENs in the European Union. Since they are all declared before shipment at the port of departure, these expenses also belong to the expenses incurred before "off shore" and should generally be borne by the consignor. Of course, the customer promised to bear this part of the cost except. 2. Cost of accident Cost of improper connection between ship and cargo FOB, the key is the connection between shipping and cargo. If the container can not be loaded into the port in time and the ship can not be loaded on board, the empty space fee and demurrage will be borne by the consignor; on the contrary, if the container is prepared too early for loading, the overdue container handling fee and storage fee will also be borne by the consignor. Therefore, FOB should confirm the time of shipment and the port of shipment again and again, keep close communication, and ensure the connection between the shipment and the cargo. Expenses incurred by non delivery at the port of destination For some reason, after the goods are transported to the port of destination, the consignee does not take delivery of the goods and does not pay the freight. At this time, the carrier can not recover the freight in time, but also face the situation that the goods will be auctioned by the local customs or generate high storage charges. Therefore, it is possible to request payment from the consignee first, and then turn to the consignor if there is no result. Ocean freight: in principle, it should be borne by the consignee first. When no one takes delivery of the goods, it may be transferred back to the consignor; Pick up: first inform the consignee to pick up the goods, no one to pick up the goods, inform the consignor to handle, such as return or resale, etc; Demurrage charges and demurrage charges at destination port: demurrage charges and demurrage charges are incurred when no one takes delivery of the goods. If the goods fail to meet the demurrage charges, the consignor may be required to bear them. High designated agency fees Appointed freight forwarders often give a lot more than ordinary freight forwarders. This is because the forwarder is appointed by the consignee, that is, the transportation contract signed by the consignee and the forwarder, not the seller. The forwarder is responsible to the consignee. There is no direct contractual relationship between consignor and forwarder, so there is no possibility of negotiation. Therefore, a series of fees given by the designated freight forwarder at the port of departure will be relatively higher than that of the ordinary freight forwarder. This part of the difference, if not too much, for the smooth delivery of the goods, the consignor has to bear the pain to accept the high cost standard. Compensation for damage In case of any damage found during the open box inspection at the port of destination, the consignee shall bear the responsibility under FOB conditions. And consignee bought insurance commonly, can apply for insurance to pay. But if not, the consignee may still negotiate with the consignor. If the damage is caused by the shipper's careless packing and inspection of containers or other special circumstances before embarkation, the shipper shall be held responsible for the damage and shall negotiate with the consignor to make corresponding compensation. If it can be proved that it is not our responsibility, we can take out the packing photos, packing list or other supporting materials and let the consignee claim against the ship. Loss of delivery without bill of lading Under FOB terms, consignors are more designated freight forwarders than designated shipping companies. However, as the designated freight forwarder usually maintains a close business relationship with the consignee, it is very likely that the designated freight forwarder will directly deliver the goods to the consignee without taking back the original bill of lading, that is, delivery without bill of lading. As a result, although the consignor holds the bill of lading, the payment for goods has been exhausted, resulting in heavy losses. "Soft pit" of letter of credit The soft clause of L / C is the clause set by the applicant in L / C. such clause will threaten the beneficiary's safe collection of foreign exchange, and bring the applicant the initiative of transaction or the benefit of defrauding goods and prepayment, which is hidden. If the consignor does not pay attention and the documents submitted are inconsistent with the L / C, the payment will be refused. After the shipment, the consignor will be in a passive position, in a dilemma, and the payment will be damaged. 3. Summary Therefore, we must have a sense of risk control in shipping. If we can strive to adopt CIF or CFR, we should try not to use FOB trade terms Try to use shipping company bill of lading instead of forwarder bill of lading. When accepting the appointed forwarder, the qualification of the forwarder must be carefully examined Care must be taken to control the ownership of the goods, The issue of B / l should be very careful. At the same time, try not to accept straight bill of lading, and do not make the bill of lading according to the instructions of the consignee), but should make the bill of lading according to the instructions of the consignor. Land insurance to eliminate the insurance blind area from the shipper's warehouse to the loading port. The contract and L / C must be carefully reviewed to avoid soft terms, and the requirements of the contract and L / C must be strictly observed when issuing various documents. Insurance related export credit insurance to avoid and transform risks.
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  • 13 kinds of international trade certification you must know
    In international trade, different markets and different product categories need different certification and standards. Here I have sorted out the most commonly used 13 kinds of export certification and certification agency information for your reference. 1、CE CE (compact European ene), a safety certification mark, is regarded as a passport for manufacturers to open and enter the European market. All products with CE mark can be sold in European member countries without meeting the requirements of each member country, thus realizing the free circulation of goods within the scope of EU member countries. In the EU market, CE mark is a compulsory certification. If products produced by enterprises within the EU or products from other countries want to circulate freely in the EU market, they must be labeled with CE mark to show that the products comply with the basic requirements of the EU new method for technical coordination and standardization, which is a compulsory requirement of the EU law. The following products need to be labeled with CE mark: Electrical products Mechanical products Toys Radio and telecommunication terminal equipment Cold storage and refrigeration equipment Personal protective equipment Simple pressure vessel Hot water boiler Pressure equipment Pleasure boat Construction products In vitro diagnostic medical devices Implantable medical devices Medical electrical equipment Lifting equipment Gas equipment Non automatic weighing instrument Note: the United States, Canada, Japan, Singapore and South Korea do not accept the CE mark. 2、RoHS The restriction of the use of hazardous substances in electronic and electronic equipment is the full name of RoHS, which is also called 2002 / 95 / EC Directive. In 2005, the EU supplemented the 2002 / 95 / EC in the form of 2005 / 618 / EC resolution, clearly stipulating the maximum limits of six harmful substances: lead (PB), cadmium (CD), mercury (Hg), hexavalent chromium (Cr6 +), polybrominated diphenyl ethers (PBDE) and polybrominated biphenyls (PBB). RoHS aims at all raw materials and electrical and electronic products that may contain the above six hazardous substances in the production process, mainly including: White household appliances (such as refrigerator, washing machine, microwave oven, air conditioner, vacuum cleaner, water heater, etc.) Black home appliances (such as audio, video products, DVD, CD, TV receiver, it products, digital products, communication products, etc.) Electric tools Electric electronic toys and medical electrical equipment. 3、UL UL is the abbreviation of underwriter Laboratories Inc. in English. UL safety testing institute is the most authoritative organization in the United States, and it is also the largest non-governmental organization engaged in safety testing and appraisal in the world. It uses scientific testing methods to study and determine whether various materials, devices, products, facilities and buildings are harmful to life and property and the degree of harm; it determines, compiles and issues corresponding standards and materials that help to reduce and prevent the loss of life and property, and carries out real-world investigation business at the same time. In a word, it is mainly engaged in product safety certification and operation of safety certification business, and its ultimate goal is to obtain goods with considerable safety level for the market, and make contributions to the guarantee of personal health and property safety. As an effective means to eliminate technical barriers to international trade, UL plays an active role in promoting the development of international trade. 4、CCC The full name of CCC is China Compulsory Certification, which is the principle of China's accession to the WTO and reflects the national treatment. The country uses compulsory product certification for 149 kinds of products in 22 categories. The name of the new national compulsory certification mark is "China Compulsory Certification". After the implementation of China Compulsory Certification mark, it will gradually replace the original "Great Wall" mark and "CCIB" mark. 5、GS GS full name geprufte Sicherheit (safety has been certified), is the German Ministry of labor authorized t Ü V, VDE and other institutions issued by the safety certification mark, GS mark is the safety mark accepted by the majority of European customers, GS certification products are usually sold at a higher price and more popular. GS certification has strict requirements on the quality assurance system of the factory The factory is required to establish its own quality assurance system according to the ISO9000 system standard when batch shipment. The factory should at least have its own quality control system, quality records and other documents, and sufficient production and inspection capacity; Before the GS certificate is issued, the new factory should be reviewed, and the GS certificate can only be issued if it is qualified; After the certificate is issued, the factory shall be reviewed at least once a year. No matter how many TUV marks the factory applies for, the factory only needs one review. Products requiring GS certification include: Home appliances, such as refrigerators, washing machines, kitchen appliances, etc; Domestic machinery; Sports goods; Domestic electronic equipment, such as audio-visual equipment; Electrical and electronic office equipment, such as copier, fax machine, shredder, computer, printer, etc; Industrial machinery and experimental measuring equipment; Other safety related products, such as bicycles, helmets, ladders, furniture, etc. 6、PSE PSE (product safety of electrical appliances & Materials) certification (referred to as "suitability inspection" in Japan) is a compulsory market access system for electrical appliances in Japan, and it is an important content stipulated in the "safety law of electrical appliances" of Japan. At present, according to the provisions of Japan's "electrical supplies safety law", the Japanese government divides electrical supplies into "specific electrical supplies" and "non-specific electrical supplies", of which "specific electrical supplies" includes 115 kinds of products; "non-specific electrical supplies" includes 338 kinds of products. PSE includes the requirements of EMC and safety. All products in the catalogue of "specific electrical products" entering the Japanese market must pass the certification of the third party certification organization authorized by the Ministry of economy and industry of Japan, obtain the certification certificate, and have the diamond PSE mark on the label. CQC is the only certification body in China to apply for Japanese PSE certification. At present, CQC has obtained three product categories of Japanese PSE product certification: wires and cables (including 20 kinds of products), wiring appliances (electrical accessories, lighting appliances, etc., including 38 kinds of products), electric power application mechanical appliances (household appliances, including 12 kinds of products), etc. 7、FCC The Federal Communications Commission (FCC), the Federal Communications Commission of the United States, coordinates domestic and international communications by controlling radio, television, telecommunications, satellites, and cables. It involves more than 50 states, Colombia and the regions of the United States. Many radio application products, communication products and digital products to enter the U.S. market, require FCC approval. FCC certification is also known as Federal Communications certification. Including computers, fax machines, electronic devices, radio receiving and transmission equipment, radio remote control toys, telephones, personal computers and other products that may harm personal safety. If these products want to be exported to the United States, they must be tested and approved by a government authorized laboratory according to FCC technical standards. Importers and customs agents are required to declare that each radio frequency device complies with the FCC standard, or FCC license. 8、SAA SAA certification is the standard organization of Australia, which is the certification of Standards Association of Australia. It means that all electrical products entering the Australian market must comply with the local safety regulations. Due to the mutual recognition agreement between Australia and New Zealand, all products certified by Australia can enter the New Zealand market smoothly. SAA certification is required for all electrical products. There are two kinds of SAA logo, one is formal recognition, the other is standard logo. Formal certification is only responsible for the sample, and the standard mark is to be reviewed by each factory. At present, there are two ways to apply for SAA certification in China. One is to transfer through CB test report. If there is no CB test report, you can also apply directly. 9、SASO SASO is the abbreviation of Saudi Arabian Standards Organization. SASO is responsible for formulating national standards for all daily necessities and products, including measurement system, identification, etc. 10、ISO9000 ISO9000 standards are issued by the international organization for Standardization (ISO). Implementing GB / T19000-ISO9000 standards and carrying out quality certification have once become a hot topic in the economic and business circles. In fact, quality certification has a long history. It is the product of market economy. Quality certification is the pass for commodities to enter the international market. Nowadays, ISO9000 standard quality system has become one of the key factors in international trade. 11、VDE The full name of VDE is VDE testing and Certification Institute, i.e. German Electrical Engineers Association. It is one of the most experienced testing certification and inspection institutions in Europe. As an internationally recognized safety testing and certification agency for electronic appliances and their components, VDE enjoys a high reputation in Europe and even in the world. Its products include household and commercial electrical appliances, it equipment, industrial and medical technology equipment, assembly materials and electronic components, wires and cables, etc. 12、CSA CSA is the abbreviation of Canadian Standards Association. It is the first non-profit organization in Canada to formulate industrial standards. At present, CSA is the largest security certification body in Canada and one of the most famous security certification bodies in the world. It provides safety certification for all types of products in machinery, building materials, electrical appliances, computer equipment, office equipment, environmental protection, medical fire safety, sports and entertainment. CSA certification products mainly focus on eight aspects 1. Human survival and environment, including occupational health and safety, public safety, sports and entertainment equipment, environmental protection and health technology. 2. Electrical and electronic, including building electrical equipment installation regulations, all kinds of industrial and commercial and civil electrical and electronic products. 3. Communication and information, including residence processing system, telecommunication and electromagnetic interference technology and equipment. 4. Building structure, including building materials and products, civil products, concrete, masonry structure, pipe fittings and architectural design. 5. Energy, including energy regeneration and transfer, fuel combustion, safety equipment and nuclear energy technology. 6. Transportation and distribution system, including vehicle safety, oil and gas pipelines, material handling and distribution and offshore facilities. 7. Material technology, including welding and metallurgy. 8. Business and production management system, including quality management and basic engineering. 13、TÜV T Ü V (technischer ü berwach ü ngs Verein) means technical inspection association in English. T Ü V mark is a safety certification mark specially made by German t Ü V for components, which is widely accepted in Germany and Europe. When enterprises apply for t Ü V mark, they can apply for CB certificate together and obtain the certificate of other countries through conversion. In addition, after the products pass the certification, German t Ü V will consult the rectifier manufacturers of qualified component suppliers to recommend these products; during the whole machine certification process, all components with t Ü V mark can be exempted from inspection.
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  • operation flow of designated goods
    The so-called designated goods refers to the forwarder appointed by the foreign buyer, who is responsible for arranging the transportation of goods. Usually refers to fob, EXW and other freight to pay goods (that is, freight borne by foreign buyers of goods). Operation flow of designated goods First of all, the buyer's designated freight forwarder (hereinafter referred to as the foreign agent) sends an email or contacts its domestic company or partner through other contact ways to inform the shipper of the contact information. Secondly, after receiving the contact information of the shipper, the domestic freight forwarder contacts the shipper to inquire about the status of the goods, and sends an email or other means to inform the foreign agent. If the goods are ready, inform the other party of the expected shipment information and ask whether the shipment can be arranged. If you use the booking number of the foreign agent, you should ask for the booking number to submit to the shipping company. Special attention should be paid to the fact that the designated goods are subject to the instructions of the consignee, not the consignor. When the consignor has any non-conforming requirements, he must inform the foreign agent and arrange the goods only after obtaining the permission of the foreign agent. Otherwise, he cannot accept the consignor's requirements. Especially when you operate the consignor's goods for the first time, you should pay more attention. To avoid unnecessary trouble. After getting the permission and instruction from the foreign agent, we can arrange the booking and declaration of the trailer. Of course, regular delivery of stable goods can be ordered while the other side of the voyage information. At the same time, you need to ask the other party what format of HBL to issue. Generally speaking, it will be provided by foreign agents. In case of any update of cargo status and any problems encountered during shipment arrangement, timely communication with foreign agents is required. After shipment, after the bill of lading is issued, you need to ask the foreign agent how much the handling charge is, and then send it to the foreign agent together with MBL, HBL, PSS (profitsharesheet) and other customs clearance documents (if the agent asks you for them). In addition, as there may be multiple cooperative agents in the same country, do not confuse the goods between different agents, so as to avoid unnecessary embarrassment. If your company has its own branch in the country, you should not disclose the information of the branch to the foreign agent, which will make the foreign agent feel that you are competing with him and affect the future cooperation. What are the risks of the designated goods Because the bill of lading issued by the forwarder to the shipper is HBL (forwarder's bill of lading) rather than MBL (shipping company's bill of lading), and HBL can not really achieve the purpose of controlling the right of goods, it will cause the foreign agent to "release the goods without the bill of lading", that is, the foreign agent will take delivery of the goods from the shipping company by virtue of MBL without HBL, resulting in the situation of empty payment for goods. Of course, delivery of goods without bill of lading is rare now. However, when exporters and importers cooperate for the first time, they still need to pay attention to this problem. We should try our best to urge the consignee to pay for the goods as soon as possible.
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  • About SASO certification in Saudi Arabia
    Introduction to Saudi certification: The kingdom of Saudi Arabia is the largest country in the Middle East. It is located on the Arabian Peninsula, adjacent to the Red Sea in the West and the Persian Gulf in the East. It is one of the world's 20 largest economies, the world's 12th largest exporter, the world's 22nd largest importer, the largest economy in the Middle East, the main body of economic development in the third world, and a member of the world trade organization, a number of international organizations and Arab organizations. Since 2006, China has become Saudi Arabia's second largest import trade partner with frequent bilateral trade. China's main exports to Saudi Arabia include mechanical and electrical products, clothing, shoes and hats, textiles and home appliances. What is SASO? SASO is the abbreviation of Saudi Arabian Standards Organization. SASO is responsible for formulating national standards for all daily necessities and products, including measurement system, identification, etc. The Ministry of industry and Commerce of Saudi Arabia and SASO require all products included in SASO certification standards to have SASO certification when entering Saudi customs. Products without SASO certificate will be refused entry by Saudi port customs. Saleem, saber and SASO? 1. Saleem and saber are new upgraded versions based on the original SASO certification, and are also new certification and accreditation plans that will replace SASO certification. 2. Saber compliance certification program is a comprehensive system that integrates regulations, technical requirements and control measures. Its goal is to ensure the safety of local products and imported products. 3. Saber is an online network system tool launched by Saudi Standards Bureau, which is used for product registration, issuing and obtaining compliance certificates. According to saber, different compliance inspection procedures are adopted according to risk categories, and will be implemented by recognized institutions. Saber certification replaces Saudi SASO certification Saber certification (conformity assessment plan for non Saudi local enterprises, i.e. enterprises exported to Saudi Arabia) and Saleem certification (conformity assessment plan for Saudi local enterprises) to be issued by Saudi Arabia have been implemented. Saudi SASO certification and Saudi saso-coc certification will be gradually replaced. In fact, it has long been reported that from January 1, 2018, the saber certification and Saleem certification plan to be issued by Saudi Arabia will soon be implemented, and saber certification and SASO certification will be in parallel for a period of time. At present, the plan has been delayed for more than one year, and finally started to be implemented in 2019. At present, the parallel establishment time is six months. The Ministry of Commerce of Saudi Arabia (MOCI) has two strategic objectives: "to build consumers' trust in the products on sale in the market" and "to ensure fair trade between buyers and sellers". This is also part of the "transformation plan 2030 for Arab countries". To achieve these strategic objectives, MOCI plans to implement the "product safety plan", namely saber and Saleem compliance certification plan.
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  • About bis authentication
    (1) what is bis certificate? BIS certification is the Bureau of Indian Standards, which is the ISI certification body. It is responsible for product certification and the only product certification body in India. At present, the certification covers almost every industrial field such as agricultural products, textiles and electronics. BIS certification is carried out in accordance with the Indian Bureau of Standards Act 1986, which aims to provide end consumers with quality guaranteed, safe and reliable products. All products listed in compulsory certification shall be tested by overseas manufacturers in accordance with is 14286, is 61730-i and is 61730-ii standards and in local bis approved laboratories in India. The Bureau of Indian Standards (BIS). BIS is the authority in charge of standards and certification affairs in India. (1) BIS authentication mode BIS product certification determines whether products are consistent with Indian standards through the initial inspection and evaluation of the factory's quality management system, supervision of the factory's quality management system after certification, and testing of samples taken from the factory and the market. (2) BIS certification conditions: 1. The manufacturer shall set up an office or liaison office in India or appoint an agent; 2. The manufacturer's factory must be equipped with the infrastructure to test and approve the products in accordance with the relevant Indian Standards. (3) The technical documents to be submitted for BIS certification are as follows: 1. Application form; 2. The appointment form of the local agent in India, or the certificate of the Indian Office of the manufacturer, and the license of the Reserve Bank of India; 3. Documents proving the establishment of the company, such as registration certificate; 4. Process flow chart, describing the whole process of product manufacturing (from raw materials to finished products); 5. Quality control system (such as quality manual, quality control plan, test arrangement, etc.); 6. If any, provide other details of product or system certification; 7. If any, provide details of components or raw materials used for product manufacturing before certification; 8. List of machines manufactured; 9. List of test equipment during the test; 10. Product design drawings; 11. Qualification certificate and experience details of Laboratory Supervisor, technical and QC staff; 12. Test reports from recognized independent laboratories or the factory's own laboratories; 13. The layout diagram of the plant clearly shows the main production machines, laboratories, etc; 14. The traffic diagram near the factory, the diagram from the nearest airport or railway station to the factory, and the detailed description from India to the factory; 15. Bill of exchange (4) Scope of bis certification in India: 1. Textiles 2. Chemicals and pesticides 3. Rubber and plastic products 4. Cement and concrete products 5. Building materials 6. Pumping, irrigation, drainage and sewage treatment plants 7. Pipes and devices of water supply system 8. Base metal and processed metal products 9. Machinery and equipment 10. Electronic and optical equipment 11. Auto parts 12. Agricultural products, food and tobacco 13. Black tea and drinks 14. Packaged drinking water and natural mineral water 15. Leather products 16. Wood products 17. Pulp products (5) Certification process: 1. Application. Foreign manufacturers who want to obtain bis certification generally need to use special application form and prepare relevant documents to apply to bis headquarters in New Delhi. 2. Record. BIS will review the application documents and materials submitted by the applicants, and record the application if the procedures are complete. Applicants are required to pay the corresponding processing fee. 3. Initial factory inspection. BIS will assign a team of no more than two officials to the factory for inspection. The applicant shall bear the travel expenses, visa expenses and corresponding inspection expenses of the official delegation to the factory for inspection. 4. Issue certificates. If the initial inspection and test results are qualified, and the applicant agrees to implement the inspection and test scheme approved by bis after certification, and pays the BIS identification fee, the certificate can be issued to the applicant. The certificate is valid for one year. After the certificate is granted, the holder has to pay the identification fee and annual certificate fee every year. 5. Supervision after certification. BIS supervises the quality of its certified products through routine supervision of the witness and surprise inspection and testing of the samples in the factory and market. The certificate can be renewed if the results of regular inspection, factory inspection and independent inspection of samples taken from the factory or market meet the requirements. The certificate holder applies to bis for renewal by submitting the specified form, and the renewal fee is RS 500. The holder shall also bear the cost of sample inspection.
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  • what is ROHS certification?
    RoHS is a compulsory standard formulated by EU legislation. Its full name is "restriction of hazardous substances". The standard has been formally implemented since July 1, 2006. It is mainly used to standardize the material and process standards of electronic and electrical products, so as to make them more conducive to human health and environmental protection. The purpose of this standard is to eliminate six substances including lead, mercury, cadmium, hexavalent chromium, polybrominated biphenyls and polybrominated diphenyl ethers (Note: the correct Chinese name of PBDE refers to polybrominated diphenyl ethers, and polybrominated diphenyl ethers is wrong) in electrical and electronic products, and the content of lead should not exceed 0.1%. On June 4, 2015, the European Union issued directive (EU) 2015 / 863 in its official journal to revise 2011 / 65 / EU (RoHS 2.0), formally listing four phthalates (DEHP, BBP, DBP, DiBP) in Annex II of RoHS 2.0, that is, restricting a total of 10 controlled substances in electronic and electrical equipment. Initially, ROHS 2.0 came into force on July 21, 2011 ("entry into force" refers to the entry into force of RoHS 2.0 directive for EU Member States on July 21, 2011) For electrical and electronic equipment, the latest time to comply with ROHS 2.0 is July 22, 2019. According to the restriction list of EU ROHS 2.0, except for medical equipment and monitoring equipment, other electronic and electrical products are required to meet four requirements of phthalate esters from July 22, 2019. RoHS 2.0 policy website: http://ec.europa.eu/environment/waste/rohs_ eee/legis_ en.htm At present, the product range of ROHS certification is as follows: 1. Large household appliances Large refrigeration equipment Refrigerator Refrigerator Other large refrigeration, storage and food storage equipment Washing machine Clothes dryer Washing machine Cooking equipment Electric furnace Electric heating plate Microwave oven Other large cooking and food processing appliances Electric heating appliances Electric heating Other large rooms, beds, heating appliances for sitting furniture Electric fans Air conditioning unit Other fan, ventilation and air conditioning equipment 2. Small household appliances · vacuum cleaner Carpet sweeper Other cleaning appliances Sewing, knitting, textile and fabric processing appliances Irons and other ironing, levelling and other clothing care appliances Bread maker Frying pan · grinders, coffee machines, opening or closing containers or wrapping equipment Electric knife · barber, blow, brush, shave, massage and other body care appliances Clocks, watches, and other special instruments for measuring, indicating, or recording time · scales 3. Toys, leisure and sports equipment Electronic train or racing car · manual video game console Image games Computers for cycling, diving, running or rowing Sports equipment with electronic or electrical components · coin thrower 4. Automatic distributor Hot drink vending machines Hot and cold bottle or can vending machine Vending machines for solid products · ATM All appliances for automatic sale of various products 5. Lighting equipment Fluorescent lamps, excluding domestic lamps · linear fluorescent lamp Compact fluorescent lamp High intensity emission lamps, including high pressure sodium lamps and metal halide lamps Low pressure sodium lamp Other lighting and equipment dedicated to light emission or control, excluding filament bulbs Household light bulbs and lighting 6. User equipment Radio Television Image camera Camera High fidelity recorder Sound amplifier Music equipment Other products or devices dedicated to recording or reproducing sound or images, including sound and image distribution signals or technologies other than remote communication 7. It and telecommunication equipment Centralized data processing: ——Mainframe ——Minicomputer ——Printer unit · personal computing: ——Personal computer (including CPU, mouse, screen and keyboard) ——Laptop (including CPU, mouse, screen and keyboard) ——Laptop ——Notepad computer Printer · copying equipment Electronic and electrical typewriters · pocket and desk calculators Other products and equipment for information collection, storage, processing, demonstration and communication by electronic means · user terminals and systems · fax machine · telegraph Telephone set Pay phone Cordless telephone Portable telephone · response system Other products or equipment for sound transmission, image transmission or other information transmission via remote communication 8. Electrical and electronic tools (excluding large static industrial tools) Drilling machine Electric saw Sewing machine Equipment for rotating, grinding, polishing, grinding, sawing, cutting, pruning, drilling, drilling, punching, folding, bending or similar processing of wood, metals and other materials Tools for fastening or loosening rivets, nails or screws and other similar purposes Tools for welding or other similar purposes Equipment for spraying, spraying, dispersing or other treatment of liquid or gaseous substances Tools for mowing or other garden activities reminder Since 2019, EU member states have significantly increased the supervision on the RoHS compliance of products on the market, and the four restrictions on phthalates will be enforced from July 22 this year (except for medical equipment and monitoring equipment). In order to ensure the compliance of entering the EU market, enterprises should pay attention to the update of RoHS directive and strengthen product quality control. Differences between EU RoHS and RoHS 2.0 [restricted substances] RoHS regulates the use of electrical and electronic products that may contain lead, mercury, cadmium, hexavalent chromium, polybrominated biphenyls and polybrominated diphenyl ethers in all production processes and raw materials, including white household appliances, black household appliances, power tools, medical electrical equipment, etc. Four phthalate esters (DEHP, BBP, DBP, DiBP) were added to RoHS 2.0. [control product range] RoHS 2.0 expands the scope of controlled products to all electronic and electrical equipment except for special exemption: 1. Including class 8 medical equipment and class 9 monitoring equipment exempted by 2002 / 95 / EC; 2. Category 11 products: all other electronic and electrical equipment not covered by category 1-10 products, including cables and other parts. 3. Medical equipment and monitoring equipment and their parts and components shall comply with rohs2.0 since July 22, 2014; 4. The in vitro diagnostic medical equipment and its components shall comply with rohs2.0 since July 22, 2016; 5. The industrial monitoring equipment and its parts shall comply with rohs2.0 from July 22, 2017; 6. Other new products under rohs2.0 control shall comply with rohs2.0 from July 22, 2019. [CE marking requirements] RoHS compliance of electronic and electrical equipment is included in CE mark requirements. The producer should ensure that the product conforms to RoHS and prepare corresponding declaration and technical documents when posting CE mark. Manufacturers are required to formulate EC declaration of conformity and affix CE mark before the products are put on the market, and must keep relevant technical documents and EC declaration of conformity for at least ten years after the electronic and electrical products are put on the market If the substances listed in Appendix III (such as hbcdd, DEHP, BBP, DBP, etc.) cause unbearable harm to human health or the environment due to use, they will be evaluated according to the provisions of articles 69 to 72 of reach regulation, and further listed as the restricted substances in Appendix IV.
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  • differences between customs clearance, customs declaration, inspection and commodity inspection
    is customs declaration and clearance the same thing? Is there a difference? What's the difference between declaration and inspection? What is the difference between commodity inspection and inspection application? As a trader, if you don't know how to deal with customers? How to make customers trust you? Next, let's introduce the meaning of these nouns and the differences between them one by one! declare at customs Customs declaration is one of the necessary steps to fulfill the customs entry and exit procedures. It refers to the process in which the person in charge of the inbound and outbound means of transport, the consignor or receiver of goods and articles or their agents declare and go through the relevant procedures in accordance with the law when passing through the port under customs supervision. The objects involved in customs declaration can be divided into inbound and outbound means of transport and goods and articles. Due to their different nature, their customs declaration procedures are different. The arrival and departure declaration forms for means of transport, such as ships and airplanes, shall be signed by the captain and the captain, and the manifest, air waybill, sea waybill and other documents shall be submitted to the Customs for declaration, which shall be the basis for the customs to supervise the loading and unloading of goods and passengers. For goods and articles, the consignee or consignor or his agent shall fill in the customs declaration form according to the trade nature of the goods or the category of the articles, and attach the relevant legal documents and commercial and transport documents for customs declaration. If it belongs to bonded goods, it should be declared in the form of "bonded goods". The corresponding matters and supervision measures of the customs are different from those of other trade modes. Customs clearance Customs Clearance, also known as customs clearance, means that import goods, export goods and transshipment goods entering a country's customs territory or border must declare to the customs, go through all the customs procedures and fulfill the obligations stipulated by various laws and regulations; only after performing all the obligations, go through the customs declaration, inspection, taxation, release and other procedures, can the goods be released, and the owner or applicant of the goods be released Only the newsman can pick up the goods. Similarly, all kinds of means of transport carrying import and export goods need to declare to the customs, go through the customs procedures and obtain the permission of the customs. During the period of customs clearance, the goods, whether imported, exported or transshipped, are under the supervision of the customs and are not allowed to circulate freely. It is not difficult to see from the above definition that customs declaration means that we declare to the Chinese customs and let them release our goods, which is only our business. Customs clearance is a matter of the customs of the country where the customer is located. Customs declaration and customs clearance are matters of the customs of the two countries, which are unrelated to each other. Application for inspection Inspection application refers to the legal procedures and procedures that must be performed by the relevant parties to apply for inspection, quarantine, appraisal or permission to enter or exit the country or obtain legal certificates and certain notarization certificates for sales and use according to the provisions of laws and administrative regulations, the provisions of foreign trade contracts or the need to prove the performance of the contract. The difference and connection of customs declaration and inspection In the import and export trade, customs declaration and inspection are often one of the processes of handling import and export customs clearance, but the object of customs declaration is the customs, and the object of inspection is the inspection and Quarantine Department of import and export commodities. Declaration for inspection is prior to customs declaration. Only after the inspection is completed by the commodity inspection department, can the customs accept the application for customs declaration after issuing the customs clearance form for the entry goods. The process of document review, tax collection and release is the following. Not all import and export commodities need to be declared for inspection, only the commodities stipulated by the state need to be declared for inspection, and all import and export commodities (except self-contained and green channel) need to be declared. Commodity inspection Commodity inspection, in short, is commodity inspection. Generally used for import and export trade. Sometimes, it is also possible to use foreign trade in domestic trade, but less. The quality and quantity of your goods can be proved by the inspection agency. The buyer can know whether the quality of the goods is consistent with the demand by virtue of the inspection form. Sometimes commodity inspection will be listed as one of the negotiation documents. The difference between commodity inspection and inspection application (1) Commodity inspection is that the import and export operators of goods, according to the requirements of the customs and the Commodity Inspection Bureau, let the Commodity Inspection Bureau inspect and quarantine the imported or exported goods before the goods are imported or exported. (2) The application for inspection is a process in which the import and export operators of goods submit the information and samples required for commodity inspection and quarantine to the commodity inspection bureau. (1) Commodity inspection is the customs declaration of export goods. (2) Application for inspection is when you go to the commodity inspection bureau to apply for customs clearance.
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  • what is refund inquiry?
    What is refund inquiry Refund inquiry is the verification of the certificate of origin issued by the customs of the importing country, including random sampling and authenticity verification. Consequences of refund inquiry Refund inquiry means that China's export goods are blocked in the other party's customs clearance, or are subject to cross examination, detention, or even can not enjoy the preferential tax rate that the other party's country should give China's products according to the relevant agreements, and bring economic losses to the import and export enterprises in terms of warehousing, logistics, tariff, deposit, etc. Content and origin standard of refund inquiry If the goods are declared truthfully according to the origin standard of ASEAN agreement, we must not fill in "Wo" (full origin) at will for the convenience of the moment. Description of goods Try to declare the products separately according to their specifications and models. Some ASEAN customs do not accept the Combined Declaration of products, even if the HS codes are consistent. In addition, it should be noted that each ASEAN certificate can declare up to 20 product names, and the excess quantity must be invoiced separately, and another certificate should be issued. Direct transportation rules The transshipment goods are required to apply for the certificate of non reprocessing at the customs of the transshipment place. All goods stopped or transshipped through Hong Kong must be stamped with the certificate of non reprocessing by the customs and Excise Department of Hong Kong or the China Inspection and quarantine Corporation of Hong Kong. Manufacturer Article 5 of the form e endorsement stipulates that the name of the manufacturer of the product shall be declared under the last closing character of the Description column of the goods. At present, the Indonesian customs strictly checks the content, and takes the refund treatment to the trade company that does not declare the name of the manufacturer. O exporter The consignor of ASEAN certificate refers to the applicant of the country issuing the certificate of origin, i.e. the exporter. In addition, there should be no double heads such as O / B or on half of in this column.
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