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Exports To Sudan Will Be Exempted From Inspection Before Shipment Next Month
Feb 28, 2018

Recently, it was learned from the Zhengzhou Entry-Exit Inspection and Quarantine Bureau that after the consultation between the State Administration of Quality Supervision, Inspection and Quarantine and the Sudan Metrological Standards Organization, as of March 1, 2018, the export of Sudanese merchandise will no longer require pre-shipment inspection. Inspection and quarantine authorities will not After accepting the application of the exporter, the Soviet side no longer requires the importer to provide a pre-shipment inspection certificate.

It is understood that this is the second country after Egypt to cancel the pre-shipment inspection. The countries that currently perform pre-shipment inspections include Ethiopia, Iran, Yemen, and Sierra Leone. After canceling the pre-shipment inspection of Sudan, the inspection and quarantine authorities will continue to do a good job in cracking down on exports of fake and shoddy goods.