Official Letter 6894/TCHQ-GSQL 2019 On Accelerating Customs Clearance For Export Seafood To China Issued By The General Department Of Customs

 Model number:  6894/TCHQ-GSQL    Type of document:  Official Letter
 Issued place:  General Department of Customs    Signed by:  Mai Xuan Thanh
 Date issued:  11/04/2019    Effective date:  11/04/2019
   Status:  Unknown

In recent years, the General Department of Customs has received feedbacks from some localities (Quang Ninh and Lang Son) and information on the mass media about problems and difficulties in agricultural and aquatic export activities. production in China market. In order to contribute to solving the above difficulties and obstacles, timely supporting enterprises and avoiding export congestion at border gates, the General Department of Customs requests the local Customs Departments to organize the implementation of a Number of solutions:

1. Arranging cadres and civil servants to handle goods export procedures 24/7 for consignments gathered at the border border areas until the expiry of the working time in China and enterprises mentioned recommendations.

2. For lots of goods that have gone through export customs procedures but have not yet met the standards, quality, traceability and packing specifications prescribed by China, the customs office shall create conditions for Enterprises are allowed to carry out activities of changing packages, classifying, re-packing goods, affixing stamps on traceability in warehouse and yards areas under the supervision of customs offices and ensuring activities. This activity does not change the origin, origin or category of goods declared on the customs declaration.

3. Coordinating with functional agencies in the province and enterprises dealing in warehouses and yards at border gates:

a) Arrange a reasonable transport channel for export and import goods, with priority given to exported goods.

b) Arranging and planning the areas of warehouses and storage yards for goods at the border gate to support loading and unloading, storage, preservation and other services for export goods.

c) Publicly posting the Chinese regulations on standards, quality, traceability and goods labels; list of items and businesses Vietnam is exported to China for businesses to know, implement.

d) Discussing with the Chinese authorities to organize the dissemination, introduction and dialogue with Vietnamese businesses of Chinese management policies on agricultural and aquatic products and other types of export goods of Vietnam so that Vietnamese enterprises can catch and unify them in time.

The General Department of Customs has ideas for the Customs Departments of Quang Ninh, Lang Son, Ha Giang, Cao Bang, Lao Cai and Dien Bien provinces to implement. In case of any arising problems, report it to the General Department of Customs (via the Customs Management Supervision Department) for guidance on handling.

=> See details in Official Letter 6894/TCHQ-GSQL effective from 04/11/2019.

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