Zhengzhou Customs Efficiently Controls Cross-Border E-Commerce Parcels
07/01/2016

 

Till June 23, Zhengzhou Customs District's Bonded Logistics Center has, through cross-border e-commerce pilot program, released a total of 72.82 million postal parcels, with commodities worth CNY6,537 million and 1,076 firms registered under the pilot program.

 

The Customs has built a parcel control system in line with e-commerce status quo by carrying out Customs-CIQ 3-singles cooperation, paperless customs declaration, double-random inspection and releasein seconds based on seamless full-chain management. While ensuring the smooth clearance process, the Customs also has risk control measures in effect before, during and after cross-border e-commerce events, making the operations standardized by closed whole-course control with big data analysis.

 

 

The Customs took closed whole-course control to standardize e-commerce operation.

 

 

Zhongdamen Bonded Commodity O2O Shopping Center, located in Henan Bonded Logistics Center

 

 

In the parcel sorting and release area, the parcels were being transmitted orderly,

and the orders were being released efficiently on computers.