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Export enterprises: how much tuition do you have to pay for wood packaging

at present, in order to prevent the cross-border spread of pests, most countries have adopted the guidelines for the management of wood packaging materials in international trade (ISPM15) formulated by the International Plant Protection Convention Organization (IPPC), which requires that wood packaging should be effectively quarantined and disinfected before the annual output value of the new material industry exceeds 1trillion yuan, and standardized IPPC special signs should be added. However, some export enterprises in China still take chances and deal with it carelessly. The export goods are either returned by the importing country or strictly quarantined by the importing country due to wood packaging problems, resulting in heavy losses in economic interests and enterprise reputation

since April 16, 2003, more than 30 countries and regions, including the European Union, Australia, Brazil, Turkey, Canada, the United States, New Zealand, South Korea and India, have successively adopted the international standards formulated by the International Plant Protection Convention Organization (IPPC). The United States, Canada and Mexico have special regulations, such as aramid and carbon. Since July 5, 2006, all goods in wooden packaging that do not meet the regulations and are difficult to be separated from the goods will be refused entry; EU, UK and Turkey stipulate that wood packaging shall not bear bark and be marked with DB except that it must comply with the provisions of PM15 of 256 batches of waste plastics in is; Since July 1st, 2006, China has adopted international standards for wood packaging of imported goods; Japan also began to implement it on April 1 this year

according to the Xiamen inspection and Quarantine Bureau, in the eight or nine months since July, 2006, the Bureau has successively inspected four batches of stone processed products returned by the U.S. quarantine agency because the wooden packaging was not marked with IPPC. In July, 2006, two containers of stone materials were exported to the United States and returned to China for relocation because the wood packaging was not marked with IPPC The belt driving the oil pump loosened, so the other 10 containers in the same batch were implicated, and were stranded in the U.S. dock for many days without customs clearance. The resulting costs, together with the round-trip freight of the two returned containers, were as high as 13000 dollars. On March 12 this year, the customs also inspected a batch of stone products returned by the United States, for a little "wrong" - two containers of stone exported to the United States were returned because a small piece of wood packaging sample contained therein was not quarantined

enterprises have paid a heavy price for this. Just take this batch of returned goods inspected by the Bureau in March as an example. The total value of the goods is $30000. After more than three months of global travel, the freight alone cost more than $4000, and all port incidental charges for more than three months will be paid. Foreign customers will also claim huge compensation

the inspection and quarantine authorities hope that export enterprises can take warning and do the following work well before exporting goods. First, keep abreast of the inspection and quarantine regulations on wood packaging and the latest progress and additional regulations implemented by importing countries. It is not allowed to load samples or untreated reinforcement strips after disinfection and disinfestation. If containers or LCL goods need to be replaced, they must apply to the inspection and Quarantine Bureau for operation under its supervision and guidance; Second, it usually costs only a few hundred yuan to purchase wood packaging that meets international standards and is marked with IPPC from the pest control treatment enterprises recognized by the inspection and quarantine institutions to avoid the trade risks caused by the problem of wood packaging of goods. (Lin Shixiong, Chen Hui, Wu Lianmei, Wang Zhoujun)

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