Tianjin Customs strictly defends the national door safety declined 1099 tons "foreign garbage"
Original title: 1099 tons "foreign garbage" recently, under the on-site supervision of the Customs of Tianjin Dongjiang, 1099 tons from importing "foreign garbage" iron slag in Tianjin Port Pacific Pier was shipped. It is understood that the batch of goods is over-term unknown imported goods, and the bilok declaration is known as "gold concentrate".
After the goods arrived in Hong Kong, the importers did not declare to the customs for more than three months, and the importers were unknown. According to the relevant regulations, the consignee of imported goods has not been declared to the customs for more than three months, and the importer is unknown. The imported goods are extracted by the customs and selling according to law; the third-party inspection must be entrusted before extracting the sale, and the goods that are unqualified are ordered. Return.
The Dongjiang Customs determines that the batch of goods is suspected of solid waste according to the design of the Bank’s listing and the retention of the goods, and then contacts professional institutions for sampling identification. According to the results of the identification, the goods are actually iron slag, which is prohibited from importing solid waste. According to the relevant regulations, in the case of unknown importers, Dongjiang Customs issued the carrier to order the notice of the decline in the deposit period, and the solid waste will be returned to the country. (Reporter Ma Ming correspondent Ji Pengju) (Editor: Tang Xinyi, Zhang Jingqi) Share more people to see.