What is sensitive goods? Which sensitive goods can be sent by international express?


Let's have a look at what is sensitive goods first!

I. Sensitive goods deemed by the customs of the exporting country and importing country:

Sensitive goods refer to the goods under statutory inspection (juridical inspection) (including the goods in the juridical inspection list -- the export supervision condition B, and the goods outside the juridical inspection list). Because of the different climate and environment of different countries, the goods accumulated in the trade have a negative impact on the importing country or exporting country. For example, it leads to the invasion of alien species, the decline of rare animals, the impact of commodities on national tax revenue, the impact of local commodities, and the reduction of strategic reserve resources.

1. Common "sensitive goods" include animals and plants and animal and plant products, food, beverage and alcohol, certain mineral products and chemicals (especially dangerous goods), cosmetics, fireworks and lighters, wood and wood products (including wood furniture), etc.

2. From the point of view of customs, "sensitive goods" mainly refer to those goods that are easy to produce "high export tax rebate" and "false high declaration of tax rebate". Such as: daily necessities, clothing, shoes and hats, lamps and lanterns, hardware and Christmas supplies, these commodities are often the customs focus on the examination of export prices.

3. The risk degree of export goods judged by customs (the "sensitivity" degree of sensitive goods) is also related to the name of the consignee or consignor. For example, in chongqing, anhui, jiangxi, yunnan, gansu, quzhou, zhoushan and other places, it is likely to be "pay the bill to declare" (a common form of false trade), the customs may focus on control. In addition, the price of a single ticket is too high (e.g., more than $100,000) may also be the focus of the customs "attention".

4. Commodities subject to export duties, related to copyright or political factors, and similar contraband goods are also sensitive goods.

II. Sensitive cargo in the eyes of airlines and shipping companies:

Sensitive cargo in the eyes of the carrier generally refers to ships, aircraft and other items that are likely to cause damage.

For example, in the air transport, we often say that the sensitive goods also include "charged" (including battery) goods (such as: razor, charger, this kind of electronic products necessary for people to travel, electric wheelchairs, etc., may contain some electronic products battery); With magnetic goods (such as: video and audio equipment with speakers, microphones, speakers, headphones, small beauty instrument, motor, etc.); Powder, paste and liquid, gas; Cosmetics, food and medicines; Imitation brand goods; Electronic products; Electric sex toys, etc.

Because China and the world trade relations of cooperation, now you can go through delivery channels can be sensitive goods, but need the guest clearance, if the guest does not have customs clearance ability, then nine times out of ten will be returned by the custom deducts money, even the snail international logistics will help you confirm whether to complete before you shipping international express transportation, reduce unnecessary loss for you.

What sensitive goods can you send?

1. Food and beverage ingredients and local specialties, such as Zhou Black Duck, Lao Gan Ma, pickled pepper and chicken feet, various dry goods and other snacks, without strong smell, with independent vacuum packaging, can contain less heavy liquid but need to seal the packaging and weak liquidity of the food.

2. Non-psychotropic and non-prescription drugs can be picked up by express delivery and exported to some countries through sensitive channels when product instructions are available. Drugs without regular independent packaging such as (white capsules in bulk, pills, powdered Chinese herbal medicine, etc.) can not be carried. Blocks of Chinese herbs need to be sealed before they can be mailed.

3. Shipment of masks and epidemic prevention materials according to the policy.

4. Electronic products, such as mobile phones, computers, video cameras and other electronic equipment.

5, non-flammable and explosive chemical products, food additives, etc.

6. Luxury.

7. Common cosmetics.