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What are the customs inspections for dangerous goods maritime customs inspection?

Source : Shanghai SunGreen|Release Time : 2020-03-25| Hits : Loading ...

  For those who are engaged in foreign trade or freight forwarding, I am afraid that the inspection is the one that is particularly worried about operating a single import and export cargo. But the fact is that the inspection is there, sometimes it can be avoided, and sometimes it happens to catch up with the inspection. Customs inspection refers to the maritime transport of dangerous goods. After accepting the declaration from the customs declaration unit, the customs shall determine whether the nature, origin, condition, quantity and value of the imported and exported goods are consistent with the details already reported on the cargo declaration form. Administrative enforcement of the actual inspection of the goods. Inspection is a kind of law-administered power given to the customs by the state, and it is also an essential and important link in the customs clearance process.

  Dangerous Goods Maritime Customs Inspection

  The inspection conducted by the customs can be a thorough inspection or a random inspection. Inspection operations can be divided into manual inspection and equipment inspection. The customs may determine the specific inspection methods according to the situation of the cargo and the actual law enforcement needs. Manual inspection includes shape inspection and unpacking inspection. Shape inspection refers to the inspection of the packaging, transportation signs, and appearance of goods with intuitive external characteristics and easy judgment of basic attributes; unpacking inspection refers to the removal of goods from containers such as containers and container carts and removal of the outer packaging Check the actual condition of the goods.

  The editor of Shanghai SunGreen International Logistics said that in the maritime transport of dangerous goods, customs inspections generally have several directions to check, so pay more attention to these points and you will not make mistakes.

  1.Check the product name

  What is more error-prone here is that the scientific name and common name of the product are easy to make mistakes, and then the Chinese product name and actual product name translated from multiple meanings of English words sometimes do not match.

  2. Check the quantity

  The inspection here is the total quantity. Error-prone ones are under-reported, especially tax refunds. The reason for frequent errors here is that the customs declaration information is made in advance. When the container is loaded, the data changes and I forget to update it. .

  3. Check the weight

  There are two places where weight is prone to errors. One is that the gross and net weights of bulk cargoes are 3% -5% more than the actual weight. Then, the products priced by weight only know the gross weight but the net weight is calculated. Many customers have the formula of gross weight minus the net weight divided by the number of pieces not exceeding 1 or 2 kg to reverse the net weight, resulting in non-conformity with the actual net weight. I once experienced a funny customer who used this method to calculate the wrong net weight. At the end of the inspection, the customs judged that there was a problem without unpacking and weighing. The reason turned out to be that each of the custom-made cardboard boxes has a box box, box box. There is a single gross and net weight on it, which is completely inconsistent with the weight of the declaration. This is too sloppy. It is estimated that the carton is made in advance.

  4, check the specifications

  It is easy to make mistakes. Some factory customers set the carton packaging specifications, and there are many specifications that require one of the largest and the smallest, and then there are two irregular product length specifications with two and one above the length. , A length below.

  5, check the number

  The more prone to errors is that the tail box and samples and gifts are not calculated. Once there was a customer out of a cabinet to produce their own goods, and when they loaded the cabinet, they installed a cabinet door to help foreign customers load the 4 bought in China. , 5 boxes of other factory products, the total number of pieces has not been summed.

  6, check gimmicks

  We all know that some of the dangerous goods by sea have gimmicks, some do not, and some gimmicks will reflect some products, and the logo information, if any, must be reflected in the customs declaration form.

  Of course, in addition to the above, we will also check the source of the goods, verify whether there is infringement, check the old and new, and classify the situation.

  Sampling and Inspection

  This is relatively rare, and is generally a chemical product and other products that cannot be judged by the naked eye.

  Shanghai SunGreen focuses on the transportation of dangerous goods by sea, air, and import and export, and is committed to providing you with a complete set of logistics service solutions. It enjoys a good reputation in the industry. If you have international freight forwarding requirements for dangerous goods, please call our official website. Looking forward to serving you!