Nanjing Customs Returns Solid Rubber Wastes Abroad


On January 12, 2018, by order of Nanjing Customs, a batch of solid rubber wastes were returned abroad from Shanghai port.


The solid wastes were earlier imported from Thailand and declared as compounded rubbers, involving 7 declaration forms, totaling 476.46 tons and worth USD 295,300. But they were identified as reclaimed vulcanized or unvulcanized rubbers which are scraps and defective rubber products banned from import to China.


On December 28, 2017, Nantong Customs House, an affiliate of Nanjing Customs District, finished returning procedure for these solid wastes and exercised tight control as planned. As of January 12, 2018, all these solid wastes have been returned abroad.



Solid Rubber Wastes Returned by Nanjing Customs



Solid Rubber Wastes Returned by Nanjing Customs





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