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How Do Casing Plants Extend Registration Validity in China?

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OIG+X

Overseas plants may found their products stuck at ports as information were deleted on customs declaration system once they forget or fail to update registration in Cifer system.

Overseas plants may found their products stuck at ports as information were deleted on customs declaration system once they forget or fail to update registration in Cifer system.

 

In addition to meat plants, there remains less time for plants exporting casing products to China whose registration will be expired in Jan at the earliest.

 

According to info released by GACC official website, OIG+X has complied the list of overseas plants whose casings products will be expired soon.

 

A total of 142 plants haven’t extended their validity from Australia, Spain, France, Netherlands, Uzbekistan, Canada, New Zealand, Chile, Denmark, and Ireland, among which 8 plants from NZ exporting sheep casings need to mind that their registration will be expired after Jan 3rd 2023.

 

OIG+X advises these enterprises timely update in case of any delays or troubles when delivering containers to Chinese buyers at ports.

 

As GACC runs the Cifer system for not long, it's still uncertain what serious impact will be for plants delivering products and how long it will take for resumption back to normal state after their states expired.

 

OIG+X will continue focus on follow-up of casing plants, which may reveal and inspire some aspects for meat ones. Besides, there's the list of Australian casing plants who need to extend their registration validity before Mar 2023 for your reference. If any further feedback or needs for other countries, please contact us.