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Chinese Customs Regulations - This is what you should keep in mind when exporting to China

To ensure that your shipment to China runs smoothly, you must observe the import regulations for China. In terms of commercial law, the country belongs to the extended system of preferences of the European Union. The necessary shipping documents differ in terms of the value of the goods, origin and purpose. For shipments to private individuals up to a value of 500 euros, you do not need a proof of origin for the goods. If the value of the goods exceeds this limit, the customs regulations for China require a pro forma invoice and a customs number.

CUSTOMS REGULATIONS CHINA

Additional documents are required for commercial shipments. Up to a value of 1000 euros Customs require a commercial invoice, a customs number and proof of preference. This contains information about the origin of the goods within the European Community. If the value of the goods exceeds 1000 euros, an export declaration is also required. You will receive an MRN (Movement Reverence Number) number from the border customs office responsible, which must be visibly attached to the shipment. The import regulations for China also require a EUR.1 movement certificate for goods with a value of more than 6,000 euros.

SHIPPING TO CHINA - SPECIAL FEATURES ABOUT CUSTOMS

Note that some things are excluded from export. Medicines may only be imported into China if they are registered there. Special regulations also apply to packaging. Please also read our packaging guidelines.

The full and current customs regulations for China can be found on the website of the Chinese embassy.

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