Shenzhen: the illegal losses of wooden packaging of imported goods shall be borne by the enterprise.
according to the Announcement No. 2 of the General Administration of quality supervision, inspection and Quarantine of the people's Republic of China in 2006 and the order No. 84 of the General Administration of quality supervision, inspection and Quarantine of the people's Republic of China, from July 1, 2006, the wooden packaging of imported goods that do not meet the requirements will be subject to strict measures such as pest elimination, destruction and even return of goods
since the implementation of the international standard for half a month, the ports of Shenzhen Inspection and Quarantine Bureau have seized 57 batches of illegal wooden packaging of Inbound Goods, including 26 batches without IPPC logo, 18 batches with irregular logo and 12 batches with fuzzy logo, mainly from Thailand, Taiwan, Germany, Finland, the United States and other countries or regions. In particular, the largest number of illegal wooden packaging of goods from Thailand has reached 9 batches, Live insects were found in a batch of marked wooden packages from Thailand. According to the requirements of "No. 84 Bureau order", the entry port of Shenzhen Inspection and Quarantine Bureau carried out quarantine and disinfestation treatment on the above-mentioned illegal entry wooden packaging, so the enterprise suffered economic losses and delayed customs clearance time
it is understood that the implementation of international standards for imported goods aims to protect the ecological and tourism resources of China's forests after repeated several times, simplify procedures and facilitate customs clearance. In order to reduce the impact of the implementation of the new standards on trade, the AQSIQ has set aside a half year transition period before the full implementation of the standards, and the Shenzhen Inspection and Quarantine Bureau has also held a policy publicity and implementation meeting before the transition period, and publicized the new quarantine and supervision regulations through networks, newspapers and other media. However, some enterprises are still lucky to cheat customs by adding IPPC marks or false marks to the wooden packages of imported goods without treatment. Shenzhen Inspection and Quarantine Bureau reminded all relevant enterprises to attach great importance to the inspection and Quarantine of wood packaging of imported goods, establish the awareness of epidemic situation, and treat the wood packaging of imported goods as required and apply IPPC special marks to avoid poor customs clearance and unnecessary economic losses
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