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2010-3-14: AQSIQ suspended 31 registered scrap suppliers.

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The 31 suspended registration numbers had been listed here.

2009-8-23: AQSIQ cancelled total 88 registered oversea scrap supplier.

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The cancelled registration number had been listed here.

2009-5-27:AQSIQ released the first batch of registration numbers of oversea scrap suppliers of year 2009.

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2009-3-6: AQSIQ cancelled total 76 registered oversea scrap supplier.

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The cancelled registration number had been listed here.

2008-12-17: AQSIQ released the second batch of registration numbers of oversea scrap suppliers of year 2008.

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2008-12-16: AQSIQ will release 2nd batch of registration numbers of oversea scrap suppliers in these days.

This is also posted on the HongKong Trade Development Council Forum as well.

2008-11-19: AQSIQ implemented registration of overseas supplier of imported cotton

According to the No. 87 Announcement, in order to enhance the imported cotton inspection and quarantine supervision and administration, prevent the trade from deceptive practices (e.g. shoddy cotton, adulteration in imported cotton, etc.), ensure the quality of imported cotton, AQSIQ decided to implement the registration administration of the oversea cotton supplier enterprises exporting cotton to China mainland in accordance with the provisions of the Law of the People's Republic of China on Import and Export Commodity Inspection and its implementation rules.

Other details are here.

2008-9-17: AQSIQ approved total 2169 registered scrap suppliers for their renewal applications.

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2008-7-28: AQSIQ approved total 2124 registered scrap suppliers for their renewal applications.

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2008-3-19: AQSIQ released the first batch of registration numbers of oversea scrap suppliers of year 2008.

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2008-3-11: AQSIQ cancelled total 770 registered oversea scrap supplier.

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The cancelled registration number had been listed here.

2008-3-5: AQSIQ suspended one registered Bangladeshi scrap supplier.

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The suspended registration number had been listed here.

2008-2-4: AQSIQ approved total 1922 registered scrap suppliers for their renewal applications.

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2008-1-14: AQSIQ suspended 24 registered scrap suppliers.

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The 24 suspended registration numbers had been listed here.

2008-1-9: AQSIQ approved total 1745 registered scrap suppliers for their renewal applications.

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2007-12-18: AQSIQ approved other 108 registered scrap suppliers for their renewal applications.

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2007-12-13: AQSIQ approved 1208 registered scrap suppliers for their renewal applications.

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2007-10-24: AQSIQ suspended 35 registered scrap suppliers.

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The 35 suspended registration numbers had been listed here.

2007-10-8: AQSIQ warned 21 registered scrap suppliers.

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The 21 warned registration numbers had been listed here.

2007-8-23: AQSIQ suspended 67 registered scrap suppliers.

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The 67 suspended registration numbers had been listed here.

2007-7-26: AQSIQ suspended 2 registered scrap suppliers.

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The 2 suspended registration numbers had been listed here.

2007-7-25: AQSIQ warned 32 registered scrap suppliers.

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AQSIQ also warned other two suppliers because they imported substandard scrap materials. The 32 warned registration numbers had been listed here.

2007-6-29: AQSIQ suspended 33 registered scrap suppliers.

During the on-site inspections on these 33 registered scrap suppliers, AQSIQ found out the existing situations of these suppliers were inconsistent with their applications. AQSIQ had suspended the registration numbers of these suppliers, and required these suppliers to rectify.

These 33 registered suppliers include 13 Canadian suppliers, 15 Hongkong suppliers and 5 Japanese supplier. The 33 suspended registration numbers had been listed here.

2007-6-12: AQSIQ announced Renewal Policy for the registered scrap suppliers.

From 2007-7-1, AQSIQ starts to accept the application to renew Registration of Overseas Supplier of Imported Scrap Materials. The registered oversea supplier can apply to AQSIQ for renewal within three to six months before its expiration date. Those registrations without renewal application will expire automatically after expiration date.

More details are here.

2007-5-29: AQSIQ cancelled 2 Polish and suspended 1 Japanese registered scrap suppliers.

During the on-site inspections on 2 Polish registered scrap suppliers, AQSIQ found out the existing situations of these suppliers were badly inconsistent with their applications.

AQSIQ also suspended one Japanese scrap supplier because the carried wastes within the scrap plastics imported by this supplier exceeded the standard.

The 2 cancelled registration numbers and 1 suspended registration number had been listed here.

2007-3-19: AQSIQ starts new registration policy on domestic consignee of imported scrap materials in China mainland.

Beginning from 2007-4-1, AQSIQ accepts the application from the domestic consignee of imported scrap materials. If the domestic consignee qualifies, the registration certificate of domestic consignee of imported scrap materials will be granted.

After 2007-9-1, the entry-exit authorities will only accept and process the import of scrap materials requested by registered consignees.

This new registration is for the consignee of imported scrap materials who is located in China mainland, while another different registration for the oversea scrap suppliers has already existed for several years.

2007-3-19: AQSIQ auditors are inspecting the applicants who have passed the document assessment of the application for registration as overseas supplier of imported scrap materials in 2006.

The auditors mainly come from CCIC oversea branches. The purpose of this on-site inspection is to make sure the applicant is a real company, not a bogus one. Due to this on-site inspection requirement, the announcement of last batch of approved registration numbers in 2006 was delayed. After this on-site inspection is completed, the batch of approved registration numbers would be announced soon. The total amount of applicants who have passed the document assessment of the application for registration as overseas supplier of imported scrap materials in 2006 is around 310, so the total amount of approved registration numbers to be announced could be around 310 or even less if any applicant failed the on-site inspection.

2007-2-8: AQSIQ cancelled 3 registered scrap suppliers and reinstated 2 suspended numbers.

During the on-site inspections on these 3 registered scrap suppliers, AQSIQ found out their existing situations were badly inconsistent with their applications and had to cancel their registration numbers. These 3 registered suppliers include two American suppliers and one Canadian supplier.

AQSIQ reinspected two suspended Swedish suppliers after these two suppliers rectified and improved their systems to satisfy the requirements, and reinstated their suspended registration numbers.

The 3 cancelled and 2 reinstated registration numbers had been listed here.

2007-1-29: AQSIQ cancelled 24 registered scrap suppliers.

During the on-site inspections on these 24 registered scrap suppliers, AQSIQ found out their existing situations were badly inconsistent with their applications and had to cancel their registration numbers.

These 24 registered suppliers include 15 Hongkong suppliers, 3 Malaysian suppliers, one Japanese supplier, 2 Macau suppliers and 3 Singaporean suppliers. The 24 cancelled registration numbers had been listed here.

2007-1-23: AQSIQ cancelled one and suspended other three registered Italian scrap suppliers.

During the on-site inspections on these registered Italian scrap suppliers, AQSIQ found out the existing situations of one supplier were badly inconsistent with its applications and had to cancel its registration number. The existing situations of other three suppliers were inconsistent with their applications. AQSIQ had suspended the registration numbers of these three suppliers, and required these three suppliers to rectify.

That cancelled registration number and the other three suspended registration numbers had been listed here.

2007-1-16: AQSIQ will announce the new batch of registration numbers of oversea scrap suppliers soon.

As confirmed by AQSIQ, the new batch of registration numbers of oversea scrap suppliers will be announced before Chinese New Year, probably around Feb. 1st, 2007.

2006-12-19: AQSIQ cancelled 29 registered scrap suppliers.

During the on-site inspections on these 29 registered scrap suppliers, AQSIQ found out the existing situations of these suppliers were badly inconsistent with their applications.

The 29 cancelled registration numbers had been listed here.

2006-12-19: AQSIQ suspended 3 registered scrap suppliers.

During the on-site inspections on these 3 registered scrap suppliers, AQSIQ found out the existing situations of these suppliers were inconsistent with their applications. AQSIQ had suspended the registration numbers of these suppliers, and required these suppliers to rectify.

The 3 suspended registration numbers had been listed here.

2006-11-20: AQSIQ updated the flowchart of the application for registration as oversea scrap supplier.

The new flowchart is shown on here.

2006-10-20: AQSIQ cancelled 9 registered scrap suppliers.

During the on-site inspections on these 9 registered scrap suppliers, AQSIQ found out the existing situations of these suppliers were badly inconsistent with their applications.

The 9 cancelled registration numbers had been listed here.

2006-10-20: AQSIQ suspended 8 registered scrap suppliers.

During the on-site inspections on these 8 registered scrap suppliers, AQSIQ found out the existing situations of these suppliers were inconsistent with their applications. AQSIQ had suspended the registration numbers of these suppliers, and required these suppliers to rectify.

The 8 suspended registration numbers had been listed here.

2006-8-18: AQSIQ started again evaluations on all applications for Registration of Overseas Supplier of Imported Scrap Materials from this month.

After the release of two batches of registration numbers on July, AQSIQ started again a new round of evaluation on all applications from this month. Many applications have been disqualified and required to supplement qualified documents. Quite a lot of applications have been rejected as their supplemented documents were still disqualified. This round will end at the end of this year.

One very important reminder to the applicant companies: AQSIQ NEVER designated or authorized any foreign-own companies as its agents. Since AQSIQ is a Chinese central governmental department, a foreign-own company has no way to represent AQSIQ under any circumstances.

Contact us if you need to check your status, or you can go to AQSIQ's official website specially for this Registration http://scrap.eciq.cn to check it by yourself.

2006-8-8: AQSIQ does not require preliminary approval of labels on imported foods and cosmetics.

According to the No. 44 Announcement, after 2006-4-1, AQSIQ does not require the preliminary approval of labels used on imported foods and cosmetics before import. The labels will be inspected at the port of entry by CIQ, and the labels on imported foods and cosmetics must comply to the Chinese National Standards and regulations; otherwise, the labels may need to be rectified until satisfying the regulations.

2006-8-4: AQSIQ cancelled 12 registered scrap suppliers.

During the on-site inspections on these 12 registered scrap suppliers, AQSIQ found out the existing situations of these suppliers badly mismatched with their applications.

The 12 cancelled registration numbers had been listed here.

2006-7-27: AQSIQ warned 8 registered scrap suppliers.

During the on-site inspections on these 8 registered scrap suppliers, AQSIQ found out these suppliers had big differences between their existing situations and their applications, and their quality control systems were defective. AQSIQ had warned these suppliers to rectify. Also, for their future imports of scrap materials, AQSIQ will require 100% unstuffing inspections on their containers.

The 8 warned registration numbers had been listed here.

2006-7-20: AQSIQ cancelled 122 registered scrap suppliers import by land.

Among 122 cancelled suppliers, at least three batches of the scrap materials imported by each of 15 suppliers had violated the environmental protection standards, one supplier had no import/export activity for one year, other 106 suppliers had not applied for renewal in time.

AQSIQ also requires on-site assessments on 9 registered scrap suppliers import by land because two batches or less of the scrap materials imported by each of these 9 suppliers had violated the environmental protection standards.

The 122 cancelled registration numbers had been listed here.

2006-7-18: AQSIQ implements regular administration on WPMs after 2006-7-1.

To prevent the live pests from entering China with the wood packaging materials(WPMs), AQSIQ has implemented the new rules on WPMs by granting a transition period from 2006-1-1 to 2006-6-30. After 2006-7-1, AQSIQ implements regular administration on WPMs. By following International Standards for Phytosanitary Measures, the WPMs used by the cargos imported to China must be certified by phytosanitary authorities of exporting countries and IPPC marks must be applied. The regulation details on WPMs used by imported cargos had been released by AQSIQ in the No. 11 and No. 32 announcements of year 2005.

2006-7-14: AQSIQ announced the first and second batches of approved registration numbers in this year.

According to No. 91 and No. 101 Announcements by AQSIQ on 2006-7-14, total approved registration numbers of both Announcements are 210 numbers.

No. 91 Announcement is dated 2006-6-30 which is exactly same as we predicted before. We also predicted on 2006-7-5 for these announcements. Our predictions had been posted on the HongKong Trade Development Council Forum as well. No other agents can make such accurate predictions and have so strong connection with AQSIQ like us.

Contact us if you need to check your status, or you can go to AQSIQ's official website specially for this Registration http://scrap.eciq.cn to check it by yourself.

2006-7-5: AQSIQ is preparing the first batch of approved registration numbers in this year.

This first batch of registration numbers will be announced in this month, hopefully around July 15th.

2006-6-26: AQSIQ will soon announce the first batch of approved registration numbers in this year.

This announcement will come out in this week. Contact us if you need to check your status, or you can go to http://scrap.eciq.cn to check it by yourself.

2006-6-16: AQSIQ is currently evaluating the applications for Registration of Overseas Supplier of Imported Scrap Materials submitted in this year.

Some applicants have been required to supplement the application documents. Other results may come out at the end of this June.

2006-2-24: AQSIQ implements new environmental protection control standards on imported scrap materials as raw materials, to further standardize the administration on imported scrap materials and prevent from environment pollution caused by imported scrap materials.

New standards would be compulsory and more stringent than original standards. For example,

  • All imported scrap materials must go through the radioactivity examinations, instead of scrap metal only as original.
  • The rate of materials generally limited to be carried in the scrap paper has been changed to not exceed 1.5%, instead of original 2.5%; and the rate of materials strictly limited to be carried in the scrap paper has been changed to not exceed 0.01%, instead of original 0.03%.
  • Recyclable materials in the imported scrap hardwares/appliances should be not lower than 80% of the total weight of imported scrap hardwares/appliances, and the rate of recyclable metals contained in the imported scrap hardwares/appliances should be not lower than 60% of the total weight.

2006-1-25: AQSIQ sent out all registration certificates for applications in year 2005 via UPS International Express between 2006-1-23 and 2006-1-25.

The approved applicants in year 2005 should get their certificates very soon. We have informed our clients this good news with their tracking numbers. Other rejected applicants should be able to check their status on the AQSIQ official website: http://scrap.eciq.cn. If you have problem to check your status, you may contact us for assistance.

To friendly remind you, AQSIQ NEVER authorized any "registered" waste supplier to use the logos of AQSIQ and CCIC or to be AQSIQ's agent. Those "registered" waste suppliers are not allowed to represent AQSIQ under any circumstances. It's illegal to transfer their registration numbers to other companies for use.

2006-1-18: Reminder Announcement for AQSIQ Registration.

AQSIQ reminds all applicant enterprises that they can check their own application status on the website: http://scrap.eciq.cn. In order to avoid the losses on the time and cost, the applicant enterprise should not go through the nonstandard agents who can not or refute to provide online status tracking service, or promise to pass the registration evaluation in a very short time. The actions and promises from these agents can not be supported or guaranteed by AQSIQ.

Based on the latest scrap supplier registration application situations of year 2005 released by AQSIQ recently, a statistical sampling result shows about 40% applicant enterprises went through the agents for the applications. Among these enterprises, except very few applications had passed the AQSIQ evaluations, most enterprises going through agents had been rejected by AQSIQ. These rejected enterprises need to wait for 6 months to be qualified for re-application. This would cause extreme losses to the applicant enterprise. Also, the enterprise needs to be reminded that most agents on the market have no capabilities to assist the enterprise to pass the AQSIQ registration evaluation.

If you couldn't check your status online, you may contact us for assistance.

2006-1-9: AQSIQ implemented new rules on wood packaging materials from 2006-1-1.

According to No. 2 Announcement released by AQSIQ on 2006-1-1, to prevent the live pests from entering China with the wood packaging materials(WPMs), by following International Standards for Phytosanitary Measures, the WPMs used by the cargos imported to China must be certified by phytosanitary authorities of exporting countries and IPPC marks must be applied. The regulation details on WPMs used by imported cargos had been released in the No. 11 and No. 32 announcements of year 2005.

During the initial implementation period from 2006-1-1 to 2006-6-30, to reduce impacts on the regular trades, following situations would be treated accordingly:

  1. If live pests found in the WPM with IPPC mark, the WPM would be fumigated or heat treated or destroyed.
  2. For the WPM with mark not complying with IPPC format, if no live pest found, it will pass; otherwise, the WPM would be fumigated or heat treated or destroyed.
  3. For the WPM without IPPC mark, CIQ would issue violation notification to the importer, and inspect the WPM. If no live pest found, it will pass; otherwise, the WPM would be fumigated or heat treated or destroyed.

Contact us if you want to get more details.

2005-12-31: AQSIQ released 260 registration numbers on the last day of 2005.

According to No. 199 Announcement released by AQSIQ on 2005-12-31, only 260 registration numbers were released.

Among these 260 companies, only 34 applications were submitted in year 2005, other applications had been submitted in year 2004 and supplemented sufficient documents later. So, based on the total amount of more than 5000 applications submitted in year 2005, to pass the evaluation in year 2005 is far more difficult than year 2004. This is as we predicted before. As we know, about 72 companies had been selected to go through the on-site assessment before they can be approved for registration.

Contact us if you want to check your status.

2005-12-31: AQSIQ only approved VERY FEW applicant companies, required on-site assessments for some companies, all other applicants were rejected due to various reasons in their applications.

AQSIQ only approved VERY FEW applicant companies for the applications in year 2005. AQSIQ also required on-site assessments for some companies. All other companies were rejected due to various reasons in their applications. More details will come out soon. All applications through us with guarantee option had been approved. Contact us if you want to check your status.

2005-12-22: Some applicants had been rejected due to various reasons in their applications.

AQSIQ had provided the reasons of rejection by listing the disqualified item number(s) among the applicant's 17 items submitted. Some applicants may not know how to solve the problem. You may contact us for the solution.

2005-12-19: AQSIQ deployed the tasks for next year.

During the National Entry-Exit Inspection and Quarantine Directors Conference from 2005-12-16 to 2005-12-17, Mr. Li, Changjiang, the chief of AQSIQ, addressed a report of "Earnestly Implement and Fulfill the Views of Scientific Development, Make Efforts to Enhance the Efficiency of Inspection and Quarantine to the Development of Economic and Society" to summarize the inspection and quarantine jobs in this year, and deploy the tasks for next year.

For the aspects related to scrap raw materials imports, this report emphasized that the tasks of next year would include:

"Stoutly prevent the imports of poisonous and noxious materials. ... Consummate the pre-shipment inspection on the imports of the materials in high risk, consummate the registration system of scrap raw material suppliers, rigorously enforce the import record system of used electromechanic products, tighten up the port inspections, stoutly block the imports of unqualified scrap and used materials, radioactive materials, used electromechanic products and used medical devices, attack all illegal activities of maliciously transferring trash to China."

2005-12-8: AQSIQ decided to open the application all the time.

AQSIQ has decided to keep the application of Registration for Oversea Suppliers of Waste Materials Imports opened all the time. The applicant enterprises can submit the application at any time. Also, AQSIQ will arrange the expert group to evaluate the applications once per two or several months, instead of once or twice per year.

However, the applicant enterprises are still needed to comply to all requirements of the registration. Till today, Dec. 8, 2005, AQSIQ never approved or released any registration number for the applications in this year. Contact us if you want to apply.

2005-9-29: We posted a list of cancelled or suspended registration numbers here.

2005-9-7: AQSIQ hosted a news conference on Sep. 7th to further explain the policy of Registration for Oversea Suppliers of Waste Materials Imports.

AQSIQ emphasized that the applicant companies should understand and be familiar with the Chinese policies very well. For example, most of applicant companies submitted the employee training programs focused on their own administrative procedures. However, AQSIQ expects the training program should focus on the education of Chinese environmental policies related to scrap materials import. The key point on the registration is the fact that the applicant company should have a good quality and environmental control system satisfied the Chinese environmental protection and other compulsory regulations. The applicant company itself should understand and be familiar with the Chinese policies related to scrap materials import very well.

There are many countries in the world having more strict environmental and scrap materials import policies than China. China does not mean to close the door for scrap materials import, but would like to welcome those suppliers with scrap materials in good environmental quality satisfied the Chinese regulations.

2005-9-7: AQSIQ released No. 131 Announcement on Sep. 7th to allow the scrap plastic imports from Japan through registered Japanese suppliers.

Because some Japanese shippers deceived Chinese Customs by hiding a lot of unuseful hazardous materials in the scrap plastic containers and caused many severe environmental problems in China, AQSIQ had released the No. 47 Announcement on May. 8th, 2004 to block all scrap plastic imports from Japan.

After several negotiations between Japan and China, and returned the involved scrap plastic containers to Japan, AQSIQ decided to allow the scrap plastic imports from Japan through registered Japanese suppliers on Sep. 20, 2005. However, the registered Japanese scrap plastic suppliers should follow the Chinese standard GB16487.12 to control the environmental protection quality of scrap plastic for import into China.

2005-8-1: We are proud to be recommended by the Department of Commerce in United States for AQSIQ application.

This is the link on U.S. Government Export Portal which belongs to Department of Commerce in United States. Our website is listed on that page for AQSIQ application for scrap export to China.

2005-7-29: AQSIQ has released an announcement on July 29th, 2005 to start the application process of Registration for Oversea Suppliers of Waste Materials Imports.

If you want to apply through us, please contact us. If you want to apply on your own, we can provide the instructions and application form.

To friendly remind you, AQSIQ NEVER authorized any "registered" waste supplier to use the logos of AQSIQ and CCIC or to be AQSIQ's agent. Those "registered" waste suppliers are not allowed to represent AQSIQ under any circumstances. It's illegal to transfer their registration numbers to other companies for use. Their success in past does not mean they can guarantee you will get approval. There were many companies having been cancelled the registration numbers due to their applications inconsistent with their practices. AQSIQ has decided to evaluate the applications with more rigid and higher standards. If you still follow the "succeeded" application in past, you must be very CAREFUL!

All application documents you are going to submit must be in Chinese or Chinese and Foreign Language Bilingual version. The official seal and legal owner's signature of the applicant company must be born on every document. Photocoies are invalid.

2005-7-14: AQSIQ will release an announcement in July 2005 to start the application process of Registration for Oversea Suppliers of Waste Materials Imports.

This is officially confirmed by AQSIQ, but the exact date is not set. If you have any question, please contact us.

2004-12-28: The latest list of registered suppliers has been released by AQSIQ.

If you haven't registered yet, please contact us as soon as possible.

If you submitted your application before August 1, 2004 and got denied by AQSIQ, you will receive the Disqualification Notification from AQSIQ. You could re-apply for the registration 6 months after the issurance of disqualification notification. Please contact us as soon as possible if you want to re-apply.

2004-11-10: According to the newest No. 159 Announcement from AQSIQ, after Jan. 1, 2005, the entry-exit authorities will only accept and process the import request of waste material from registered suppliers, instead of Nov. 1, 2004 as announced before.**

**Many companies got confused by this deadline. This Jan.1,2005 deadline means that, after Jan.1, 2005, the supplier couldn't import the scrap materials into China if the supplier has no registration number. However, the supplier can apply for the registration number at any time. There is NO deadline for the application. If you want to apply for registration number, please contact us as soon as possible.

If you haven't registered yet, please contact us as soon as possible.

Here is the detailed rules about Registration for Oversea Suppliers of Waste Materials Imports

Here is the flow chart about the Application of Registration for Oversea Suppliers of Waste Materials Imports

What's the meaning of AQSIQ?

  • AQSIQ means the "General Administration of Quality Supervision, Inspection and Quarantine" in China.
  • AQSIQ is the top-most quality inspection and quarantine supervision department in China, inspecting the quality of products made and sold within domestic market and also imported into Chinese territories, administering certification and standardization.
  • CIQ, one arm of AQSIQ as the border control, will inspect imported cargos in China to make sure the cargos satisfy the rules, laws, and regulations of China.
  • When you import your containers of scrap materials into China, CIQ will require your AQSIQ registration number.
  • AQSIQ is one of Chinese central governmental departments and we are subordinate to it.
  • AQSIQ does not designate or authorize any foreign-own companies as its agents.
  • AQSIQ has many import regulations, like scrap supplier registration, pattern approval of measuring instruments, import permit of pressure vessel/boiler, registration of meat/poultry suppliers, inspection of imported painting and stone/stoneware, etc.

Are Ore, Cotton, Plastic considered as Scrap/Waste Materials?

AQSIQ provides a list of scrap/waste materials with HS code. If the HS code of your product falls into the range, you are required to register.

 


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