Preparing for 2011 China Validation

April 28, 2011 at 7:00 am

Custom and Border Protection (CBP) has recently notified C-TPAT members, who have all or a majority of their foreign business partners (FBP) in China, that they have been selected to be part of the joint validation process with CBP and the Chinese Government. CBP states that this validation will be conducted during the 2011 calendar year.

Only specific regions in China will be subjected to such foreign validation visits. The target locations for the validations in 2011 will be the Guangdong Province, tentatively targeted to be completed during July/August, 2011, and Shanghai, Jiangsu and Zhejiang Provinces which are tentatively targeted to be completed during September/October, 2011.

CBP will retrieve information against the member’s IOR (Importer of Record) number(s). This will be accomplished by identifying the MID (Manufacturer Identification Code) number(s) for one or more of the member’s foreign vendors which has been designated in and/or located in or nearby the target province(s). A MID code is derived from the name and address of the entity (i.e., factory) performing the origin process.  Read more.

Norman Jaspan Associates, 04/25/2011

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