GAC Issues Customs Risk Warning on 900+ Importers and Appends Customs Blacklist
Dec 30, 2018
On Dec. 26, GAC released lists of manufacturers, exporters and importers of food and cosmetics which have poor customs clearance track records marred by product safety and compliance violations. China’s importer/exporter credit rating mechanism is based on a system which requires serial violators which have accrued several product compliance or safety violations to be managed in proportion to the severity and total number of violations. Increased compliance requirements for those enterprise can include mandatory submission of testing reports or certificates for all consignments.
321 overseas manufacturers, 321 exporters and 321 importers engaged in imported food and cosmetics business have been publicly warned for safety or compliance issues during trade activities discovered during customs clearance. Over one fifth of these enterprises became new additions to the GAC risk warning list this year, joining the ranks of the other enterprise who have been present on the list for extended periods of time.
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