Mong Cai: More than 160,000 tons of import and export goods through border gates and openings
According to information from Mong Cai International Border Gate Management Board, from January 1 to the end of February 20, there were 160,064 tons of import and export goods through Bac Luan 2 border gate and temporary pontoon bridge Km3+4 Hai Yen , Mong Cai, up 60.6% over the same period in 2022.
Loading and unloading goods at the inspection yard The opening of the temporary pontoon bridge Km3+4 Hai Yen, Mong Cai.
Specifically: At Bac Luan Bridge Border Gate 2, there are 3,508 vehicles (1,453 Vietnamese vehicles on exit; 2,055 Chinese vehicles on entry) carrying 56,753 tons of import and export goods, including 47,949 tons of imported goods and 8,804 tons of imported goods. exported goods; averaged 1,494 tons of import and export goods/day.
At the opening of the temporary pontoon bridge Km 3+4 Hai Yen, there were 6,390 vehicles (2,401 Vietnamese vehicles, 3,989 Chinese vehicles) carrying 94,254 tons of import and export goods, up 173% over the same period in 2022; average 2,142 tons of import and export goods/day.
Exports include: Fruits, tapioca, frozen seafood, dried seeds, shrimp, crabs, live fish... Imported goods reached 9,057 tons, up 154% over the same period in 2022, mainly groceries, garment fabrics.
Officers of Mong Cai Customs Branch supervise imported goods through the temporary pontoon bridge opening Km3+4 Hai Yen, Mong Cai.
In particular, the optimization of the implementation of measures to prevent and control the Covid-19 epidemic and the adjustment of border-gate clearance activities implemented from January 8, 2023, facilitated the customs clearance of goods. be favorable.
Accordingly, from January 8, 2023, the customs clearance of goods at Bac Luan Bridge 2, the opening of the temporary pontoon bridge Km3+4 Hai Yen has completely abolished the regulations on decentralization and zoning of management; abolish the risk zoning (red zone) of the Covid-19 epidemic; Stop decentralizing and zoning Covid-19 epidemic management. Abolish the regulation on disinfecting the head and cabin of vehicles imported from China and at the delivery and receipt areas; abolishing the requirement for RT-PCR testing, disinfection and 30 minutes waiting at the stool line for vehicles carrying dry and junk goods; abolishing the requirement for RT-PCR testing, disinfection for each batch, each batch of cold chain goods, does not require to be put into a centralized management and supervision warehouse. Remove regulations on transit drivers and all closed management regulations for all employees working at border gates, border markets, and do not perform daily RT-PCR tests.
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