10% of imported goods are unqualified, the main reason is that there is no 3C certification
10% of imported goods are unqualified. The main reason is that the parts are not up to the standard. The lack of 3C certification is the main reason. Last year, Suzhou inspected 3273 batches of exported toys with a value of 96.95 million US dollars. The inspection and quarantine department strictly implemented the export toys in accordance with the technical regulations of the importing country. The conformity assessment has strengthened the testing of toy safety, hygiene, environmental protection and other items. The toys exported from Suzhou throughout the year have not been recalled by foreign notifications. Among the 30 batches of imported toys inspected throughout the year, 3 batches were found to be defective, with a failure rate of 10%. The main problems are the failure of toy parts and the lack of 3C certification for imported electric toys. The report pointed out that the quality supervision of imported toys should not be ignored, and the inspection and quarantine department should speed up the construction of a toy technical trade measure system and strengthen the coverage of restrictions on toxic and harmful substances in imported toys. It is understood that in 2013, in the United States, the European Union and other countries, toys accounted for about 40% of the recalls. The main problems related to chemical safety and mechanical safety. Concern: Mail contraband Inbound express parcels increased by nearly 70% year-on-year, 57 kinds of prohibited items including aquatic animals were intercepted Suzhou International Mail Port undertook the exchange of international mail in Suzhou, Wuxi, Changzhou, Nantong, and Taizhou. In recent years, with the development of e-commerce, inbound and outbound mail has shown an explosive growth trend. The reporter learned that last year, Suzhou quarantined and supervised 650,000 inbound express parcels, a year-on-year increase of 69.5%. It intercepted 57 kinds and 1,801 batches of prohibited items such as meat products, aquatic animal products, plant seedlings without quarantine approval, and undocumented waste electric tools, an increase of 30.3% year-on-year; various quarantine epidemics and general epidemics were intercepted 71 There are 241 kinds of species, including a variety of bacterial species intercepted from the postal parcels imported into the United States. The AQSIQ has issued a warning notice of animal and plant epidemics for this purpose. Concern: hazardous chemicals packaging and hazard publicity information is not up to standard, more than two years after the implementation of the regulations, still companies do not pay attention to With the formal implementation of the 'Regulations on the Safety Management of Hazardous Chemicals' in 2011, hazardous chemicals have gradually been included in the scope of legal inspection. In 2013, Suzhou inspected 3147 batches of imported and exported hazardous chemicals, and 191 batches were unqualified. Among them, there were 1886 batches of imported hazardous chemicals, and 185 batches were found to be unqualified. The main reasons for unqualified include unqualified packaging and unqualified hazard disclosure information. In particular, products with unqualified packaging are likely to cause leakage of hazardous chemicals during transportation and cause accidents. Although the 'Regulations' have been implemented for more than 2 years, actual inspections still found that individual manufacturers and import and export agents did not pay attention to them, and they often did not meet the requirements in terms of packaging and use of hazardous chemicals during the import and export of hazardous chemicals. The report puts forward a recommendation that the import and export of hazardous chemicals involves multiple departments such as inspection and quarantine, industry and commerce, safety supervision, environmental protection, customs, maritime affairs, and transportation, and joint supervision is imperative.