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    Wu Feiyu

    This multilateral trade agreement, which falls under the jurisdiction of the World Trade Organization, governs pre-shipment inspection procedures (WTO). In accordance with this agreement, member governments may designate special inspection institutions to carry out pre-shipment inspection activities in the territory of the exporter by obtaining government authorization or awarding a government contract to do so. These institutions are responsible for determining the quantity, quality, price, and tariff classification of imported products. In order for the customs of the importing country to levy import duties and for the importer to submit a foreign exchange application, the pre shipment inspection certificate is critical documentation. Customs officials in the importing country may fine the importer up to 1-2 times the FOB value of the goods if there is no pre-shipment inspection certificate, or they could order the goods to be returned. Pre shipment inspection is important in all countries around the world, but do you understand why? Do you understand the importance of pre shipment inspection?

    Li wu

    Examine the manufacturer’s products to ensure that they meet your needs exactly.
    Have you ever tried to shop online but ended up with items that weren’t what you expected?
    Some manufacturers will provide samples of their high-quality products. When you are really satisfied and place an order without first inspecting the product, the manufacturer will deliver the defective items when the official order is placed, regardless of whether you are satisfied. You will receive the damaged goods that have been ordered. You are not liable in any way whatsoever.
    Pre-shipment inspections can assist you in determining whether or not the product you purchased fulfills your needs, whether or not it is damaged or missing, reducing the danger of improper returns of items that result in returns, and avoiding the increase in transportation expenses.

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