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    Jul 25th, 2017

    In order to have raw materials for production, enterprises must transport from HCM City to provinces and cities where production bases are located for clearance, then transported back to Ho Chi Minh City for quarantine, before being transported to the province for warehousing. And put into production. Manufacturers, exporters argue that this procedure is making them difficult.This is the situation that Vietnam's cashew processing and exporting enterprises are experiencing for imports of raw cashew nuts from African countries, Indonesia, according to the Vietnam Cashew Association (Vinacas).

    On 25-7, in the letter 115/2017 / CV -HHD sent to the relevant ministries, Vinacas said that according to information from member businesses, hundreds of containers of raw cashew To the port of Ho Chi Minh City forced to save work, waiting for clearance due to customs regulations new customs.Accordingly, with this new regulation, a shipment will have to be transported from Ho Chi Minh City to other provinces and cities for clearance (where the enterprise has its production base) and then returned to the city. To quarantine Eventually, the business is transported back to the locality where the production facility is located for storage and production.

    It means that the shipment must be transported to a place for clearance and then to another site for quarantine (a mandatory requirement for agricultural products), thus wasting time and money. At present, many enterprises are located in Dong Nai, Binh Duong, Long An, Ba Ria-Vung Tau, or even Phu YenTherefore, in this dispatch, Vinacas requested relevant agencies to flexibly declare customs at the Customs Sub-Department in Ho Chi Minh City or in the province or city where the enterprise locates the production base, according to the actual conditions of each agency.

    This is not the first time that Vinacas has sent a letter calling for help to solve difficulties for its member businesses in importing raw cashews. At the end of June, Vinacas also sent official dispatches to relevant ministries such as the Ministry of Transport, Ministry of Industry and Trade and the Ministry of Agriculture and Rural Development to release 100,000 tons of cashew. Raw imports are stuck at the port of destination to help businesses soon have raw materials to put into production and business.Immediately afterwards, the Ministry of Transport worked with related parties and sent official letter 7455 / BGTVT-VT to Vinacas announcing that it had worked with shipping companies to resolve the problem. Accordingly, the shipping lines are committed to the shipping plan, meeting the requirements of the importer.

    As a result, the imported raw materials of the business after being tackled at the port are now facing problems related to new regulations on customs clearance and quarantine of the authorities.

    Source: TBKTSG