The New Regulation from China to EXPORT Medical Products

The new regulation help to guarantee the supervision of the export quality of medical materials. In accordance with the People’s Republic of China Import and Export Commodity Inspection Law and its implementing regulations.

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The General Administration of Customs has decided there needs to Implement export commodity inspection for every export order.

With the implementation of new regulation in China announced by the Government last Friday, April 10th, we have the measure of informing all its customers to avoid delays in its supply chain.

The new regulation of China Custom No 53, started from Apr 10th, 2020. Below HS CODES will need to get through the CIQ process. Meaning an inspection need to be arranged at the factory to get the certificate.

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Without this certificate it will not pass customs. Current cargos at the airport warehouse or on its way have to come back to their factories and start the CIQ process.

WHAT IS THE “CIQ” Process?

The CIQ  stands for China Inspection and Quarantine and operates directly under the General Administration of Quality Supervision, Inspection and Quarantine (AQSIQ).

There are 35 CIQ-offices in 31 provinces in China. They work closely with laboratories, local offices and other entities to secure the quality products importation from China.

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You need to be 100% clear of what certifications you need before export your products from China. A third party can help you to provide a CIQ-declaration if you don’t need certifications.

The following documents are provided to apply for a CIQ-declaration:

  • An introduction to your company, product information, and arguments why your goods can be declared.

  • Safety compliance declaration.

  • Quota certificates.

  • Business license.

  • Importing license.

For your non-medical product, nothing changes, our teams will continue to work on your shipments.

From WellMedPro we strongly committed to following the new regulation while working to mitigate any potential impact on the supply chains and operations of our customers.

 We will share any changes or updates.

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