Class 3 Paint Export


A company in Shenzhen mainly produces paint products and exports them for a long time. As each paint package is different in type and size, it is very difficult to apply for the Certification for Packaging of Dangerous Goods in the process of export. They contacted our company by Internet and hoped us to propose some better export solutions for their products.

According to our specific understanding of the goods information, we made the following adjustments, which were well received by the customer, because they could reduce the cumbersome export procedures, the packaging and transport costs.

I. Goods Information

1. Some goods are dangerous goods, but not dangerous chemicals.

2. Some of the goods are ordinary chemicals, not dangerous goods.

3. The types and components of the goods are different; there are more than 20 different specifications and models of products to be exported.

II. Export Solutions

1For many types of goods, provide customers with the concept of LIMITED QUANTITY according to the IMDG CODE regulations, so as to save the time and cost of handling the Certification for Packaging of Dangerous Goods.

2. For different categories of goods, help the customer sort out the same hazards and prepare targeted classification and identification reports respectively.

3. Compile the GHS labels that consistent with the customer's products, and submit them to the customs for relevant review.

4. Help the customer organize all export documents and apply for the electronic data of original account.

5. Apply for the qualifications related to space booking and terminal storage.

6. Appoint professional loading supervisors to supervise the process of goods loading and reinforcing, and issue the packing certificate.

7. Complete the goods and ship declaration at the maritime department, and complete customs declaration.

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