Do you know a few special regulations for foreign ports?

Indian port

India’s trade malls are changing very fast, so Indian customers are very sensitive to the date of shipment, and Indian merchants know that the shipping company has the signing behavior and they are likely to refuse to pay for the goods. Therefore, in order to avoid unnecessary risks, all goods going to India will not accept the reverse. In addition, the Indian Customs stipulates that all goods transported to the Indian inland freight station must be transported by the shipping company and must be filled in as the inland point in the final destination of the bill of lading and manifest. Otherwise, you must pick up the box at the port. Or pay a high change in the manifest to transfer to the inland.

Iranian port

Article 90 of the Iranian Tax Code stipulates that the import and export of goods at the Iranian port, regardless of where they pay the freight, are subject to a freight tax of 50% of the freight. Import goods are exempt from shipping tax.

Japanese port

The Port Authority of Japan stipulates the import of fireworks: 1. The fireworks cabin to the second port of unloading is not allowed to be opened at the first port of discharge, even if there is cargo in the first port of discharge, 2, the weight of each bill of lading fireworks Do not exceed 80 tons of gross weight.

Port of Saudi Arabia

The Saudi government stipulates that all goods carrying Saudi Arabia are not allowed to transship through Aden.

Turkish port

The Turkish Customs stipulates that the goods are not allowed to stay for more than 45 days (except for the importer’s request for extension), otherwise they will be forfeited and the importer of the goods will have the right of first refusal at the time of the auction.

Port of Tanzania

The Tanzania Port Authority requires that all goods destined for the port of Dar es Salaam to be handed over to Tanzania or to Zambia, Zaire, Rwanda and Burundi shall be marked with a cross mark of a different colour on the packaging for the purpose of classification. Otherwise, the ship will charge a classification fee for the goods.

Singapore port

The port of Singapore stipulates that vessels carrying dangerous goods shall not be docked, they must be unloaded at the anchorage of dangerous goods, and then transported by barge to the designated port warehouse of the Port Authority to pay the consignee, and the cost shall be paid by the ship. Therefore, when the ship is carrying dangerous goods to Singapore, the shipper is required to pay the dangerous goods subsidy.

New Zealand port

The Port Authority of New Zealand stipulates that the wooden structure of the container and the wooden packaging and the mat wood in the box must be quarantined before entering the country.

Dutch port

1. Since January 1, 1996, the Port of Rotterdam has adopted the “Green Award” system. For crude oil wheels of 50,000 DWT or more, the grades are evaluated according to their equipment and shipping. If high grades are obtained, they will enter the port. A discount on shipping costs.

2. The Rotterdam Port Authority reduces the port charges when parking the port for ships that are safe and ecologically sound.

Canadian port

The Canadian government stipulates that goods to the east coast of the country are best served in Halifax and St. Johns in winter, as the two ports are not affected by freezing.

Jeddah and Dammam Port

1. All goods passing through the two ports must be palletized at the port of shipment, and the containerized goods must be packed in pallets and then packed. 2. The net weight of each bag of bags should not exceed 50 kg. 3. The contents of the cargo document must be detailed. If the consignee is a bank, the detailed name and address of the holder of the last bill of lading should be listed. 4. The consignee must pick up the goods within two weeks after the ship arrives at the port, otherwise it will be auctioned.

Djibouti Port

Djibouti Port requires that the goods transshipped in the port, all documents and packaging gimmicks should be clearly filled in the final destination port, such as WITH TRANSHIP-MENT TO HOOEIDAH, but it must be noted that the above content cannot be included in the port of destination of the bill of lading, but only It can be indicated on the head or in other blanks of the bill of lading, otherwise the Customs will regard it as Djibouti’s goods in Hong Kong, and the consignee will release the import duty.

Port of Kenya

The Kenyan government stipulates that all goods exported to Kenya must be insured by insurance companies in Kenya. CIF terms are not accepted.

Port of Cote d’Ivoire

1. The name of the goods listed in the bill of lading and manifest should be specific and cannot be replaced by the goods. If it is not handled in accordance with the above provisions, the shipper’s customs fines will be borne by the shipper.

2. Goods passing through Abidjan to Mali, Burkina Faso and other landlocked countries, bills of lading and shipping documents and goods transport packaging, must be marked “Côte d’Ivoire transit” in order to avoid tax, otherwise additional tax will be imposed.

Lebanese port

The Lebanese Veterinary Health and Quarantine Law stipulates that all imported live animals, animal products and their products, all perishable cans and food must be accompanied by the official health certificate issued by the country concerned, and uncertified goods are prohibited from entering Hong Kong.

Nigerian port

In order to prevent unscrupulous merchants from arbitrage, the Central Management Department of Nigeria stipulates that all imported goods must pass the inspection of the branch office of the Swiss General Notary Public before the issuance of the goods, and obtain the “CLEAN REPORT OF FINDINGS”, and the consignee can clear the goods.

Dubai Port

The health authorities in Dubai and Abu Dhabi stipulate that all imported foods must be marked with an expiration date and accompanied by a health and safety instructions, otherwise the Hong Kong side will not discharge the goods.

Argentine port

Argentine law stipulates that the consignee loses the bill of lading and must declare it to the customs. After the approval of the customs, the shipping company or the shipping company entrusts the agent to issue another bill of lading, and at the same time submits a statement to the relevant agency that the original bill of lading is invalid.

Australian port

When the Port Authority of Australia stipulates that wooden boxes are imported, the wood is fumigation and the fumigation certificate is sent to the consignee. If there is no wood fumigation certificate, the wooden box will be dismantled and burned, and the cost of replacement packaging will be borne by the shipper.

Pakistani port

The Karachi Port Authority stipulates that the carbon powder, graphite powder, magnesium dioxide and other dyes packed in imported paper bags must be palletized or properly packed, otherwise they will not be unloaded. In addition, Pakistan does not accept vessels anchored by India, South Africa, Israel, South Korea and Taiwan.

Philippine port

1. Imported goods packed in sacks must be fumigation before they can be imported.

2. Dangerous goods cannot be unloaded at the dock warehouse, and the consignee must directly dispatch the ship or use the car or pick up the goods directly.

Fiji Port

Fiji Customs stipulates that the import of spring knives and old clothes is prohibited.