Customs clearance integration plan to be implemented nationwide next year
September 1, Beijing Customs officials revealed that the General Administration of Customs plans to promote customs clearance integration throughout the country next year, and the actual implementation progress may be faster than the plan, which will reduce logistics costs by 20% -30%.
The current integration of customs clearance between Beijing and Tianjin is to break the boundaries of customs clearance, integrate management resources through electronic information platforms, and form a regional customs clearance center to operate in accordance with a management mode, that is, although the enterprises are in different regions, they are equivalent to customs clearance in the same customs.
According to the above officials, since the integration of customs clearance between Beijing and Tianjin began on July 1, all the work is running in within a month. Shijiazhuang began to join the pilot integration this week, and officially joined the customs clearance on September 22 Integration pilot. In the end, 43 customs clearance sites will be included in the integrated management model of the three places.
The above officials said that the Yangtze River Delta and Pearl River Delta regions will formally implement customs clearance integration from October 1, and it will be rolled out nationwide as planned next year. However, due to the requirement of the General Administration of Customs to accelerate the reform process, the actual implementation progress may be faster than planned.
Zheng Yuesheng, a spokesman for the General Administration of Customs, said that the integration of customs clearance can generally save enterprises 20% -30% of customs clearance costs and reduce logistics costs by 20% -30%. These measures will contribute to the development of foreign trade.