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The frequent occurrence of accidents such as the Tianjin Port explosion accident, the Jiaxing chemical plant explosion, and the fire and explosion of the Taiwan oil refinery have pushed the concept of dangerous goods to people again and again. The root causes are closely related to the storage, transportation, and storage environment of dangerous goods. Among them, fire and poor packing played a major role in incidents related to dangerous goods. And dangerous goods (Dangerous Goods) now account for 10%~12% of the global container trade volume, and the annual freight volume may reach 6 million or more batches. Therefore, in order to ensure transportation safety, international regulations on the transportation of dangerous goods are becoming stricter.
  According to relevant experts from Jiangsu Wujiang Inspection and Quarantine Bureau, the 38th edition of the new "International Maritime Dangerous Goods Regulations" (hereinafter referred to as "Dangerous Regulations") will be enforced on January 1. At the same time, this version has also been enforced in China from January 1. The "Dangerous Regulations" is formulated by the International Maritime Organization (IMO) and updated every two years. Its technical content is mainly derived from the United Nations "Model Regulations for Recommendations on the Transport of Dangerous Goods". As a key technical document that regulates the international maritime transportation of dangerous goods, the changes to the "Dangerous Regulations" will surely have a significant impact on the entire transportation industry.

   The new regulations have the following changes
   1. How does the customs require the enterprise to prove that the goods will be imported after 3 months? What materials should the enterprise submit?
  2. Under special circumstances, if there are legitimate reasons, the enterprise can apply to the customs within 3 months. So what are "special circumstances" and "justified reasons"?
  3. If the goods are imported and exported after 3 months, if the materials provided by the company are not true, will it affect the legal effect of the advance ruling made by the customs? Does it constitute a condition for revoking the advance ruling?

   1. Newly added polymeric substances are included in 4.1 flammable solid substances, and requirements are put forward for their definition, classification, packaging, transportation isolation measures, inhibitor addition, and transportation operation control measures.
  2. Revise the signs and labels of lithium batteries and battery packs, and assign special transportation signs and labels to lithium batteries, which will be mandatory from January 1, 2019.
  3. Six new marine pollutants are added, namely UN1208 hexane, UN1218 isoprene, UN1791 hypochlorite solution, UN2057 tripropylene, UN2294 N-methylpropylamine and UN2296 methylcyclohexane.
  4. Revise the packaging mark to require the words OVERPACK and SALVAGE to be at least 12mm in height.
5. Add new packaging guidelines, among which P005 is applicable to the reasonable shipment of engines and internal combustion engines under UN3528, UN3529 and UN3530, and P412 is used for polyester resin kits under UN3527. The P910 packaging guidelines have been added for lithium batteries with an output of less than 100 units, which have not passed the UN38.3 test of the "Test and Standard Manual on the Transport of Dangerous Goods" and are used for testing.

     Jiangsu is an important chemical production base and import and export port in the country, and sea transportation is the main method of international transportation of dangerous goods. Therefore, the latest revision of the "International Maritime Dangerous Goods Regulations" will have a direct impact on relevant import and export enterprises. The inspection and quarantine department reminds relevant enterprises that they need to attach great importance to the classification, packaging, labeling, transportation, and isolation requirements of dangerous goods, especially the new regulations on the marking and labeling of lithium battery transportation. At the same time, relevant companies need to strengthen communication with relevant regulatory authorities, understand the specific content and operating rules of the regulations, and take timely response measures to avoid the detention or return of goods due to non-compliance with the packaging and transportation of the goods, and to ensure import and export trade. successfully launch.

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