The Asia-Africa Market Department (Ministry of Industry and Trade) said that China Customs has just announced a list of sites eligible for food import in accordance with this country’s regulations.
Accordingly, the General Administration of Customs of the People’s Republic of China (GACC) has officially approved Dong Hung Border Gate and Huu Nghi Quan Border Gate as the two border gates eligible for food import to Guangxi, China.
The designated supervision site for food import at Dong Hung Border Gate area include a specialized inspection site for imported food, a technical department for customs supervision and management, a dedicated sampling warehouse and quarantine area with four closed inspection points, and a dedicated warehouse with an area of 400 m2.
The capacity of supervision and management of food imported across this area reaches a maximum of 200,000 tons/year. After being officially put into operation, the area will become one of the border gates importing food from ASEAN member states to China to serve the food processing and aquaculture fields of Guangxi and neighboring localities.
Source: Customs News