Xinjiang is committed to building a purchasing base for the export toy market

by:Ennas      2021-12-15

Breaking the regulations that export toys are not allowed to be purchased on the market, opening the door to the export of toys that have entered the circulation field Liberalize the export toy market to purchase provinces and regions. On November 4, Feng Yue, deputy chief of the Inspection and Supervision Section of the Textile Inspection Division of the Xinjiang Entry-Exit Inspection and Quarantine Bureau, introduced that with the consent of the General Administration of Quality Supervision, Inspection and Quarantine, in October this year, the bureau issued the 'Regulations for Inspection and Supervision of Exported Toys Purchased in Xinjiang Market (for Trial Implementation) )Feng Yue believes that this will help guide foreign trade companies to proactively declare and inspect the export toys purchased on the market, improve the quality of exported toys while facilitating customs clearance, in order to achieve the long-term goal of occupying the toy market share of neighboring countries and promote the development of Xinjiang border trade. At present, three or four distributors have filed applications with Xinjiang Entry-Exit Inspection and Quarantine Bureau, preparing to directly purchase toys from the Xinjiang market and export them to Central Asia and neighboring countries. The safety and quality of toy products has always been the focus of product quality supervision in countries all over the world. The European Union, the United States, Japan and other countries and regions have established strict toy safety and quality standards. my country stipulates that export toy manufacturers must obtain registration, carry out production inspections, and must not purchase on the market. That is to say, exporters must purchase toys from manufacturing enterprises that have obtained export registration, and they can only be exported after they have passed the inspection by the inspection and quarantine agency of the place of origin. In recent years, toys exported from Xinjiang ports to neighboring countries have been increasing. Data from the Xinjiang Entry-Exit Inspection and Quarantine Bureau show that last year, Xinjiang ports inspected and exported 1013 batches of toys with a value of 36.156700 U.S. dollars. The main types of toys exported were baby carriages, plush toys, etc. These toys mainly flowed to Kazakhstan, Uzbekistan, and Kyrgyzstan. Stan, Russia and other countries. Previously, because Xinjiang had no registered production enterprises, exporters had to go to the mainland to purchase toys for export. 'Exporters can now directly purchase toys in the Xinjiang market, and any toys that meet the domestic sales conditions can be exported.' Feng Yue said. It is understood that in the future, Xinjiang will also strive to build a purchasing base for the export toy market.
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