Customs new regulations
Shipment to UK must have full address of shipper
Recently, the United Kingdom issued the latest regulations for shipments to the United Kingdom. The consignor must have a full address; the consignee and notifier must have a full UK address and a telephone or email, and does not accept PO BOX when the consignee is TO ORDER OF XXX COMPANY. , must be in English local address and telephone or email, and does not accept PO BOX.
Goods without a valid import license are not allowed to unload at the Malaysian terminal
Pursuant to the Malaysian local government's ban on the import of waste plastics, Hapag-Lloyd announced the immediate entry into force of procedures for the importation of waste and waste into Malaysia in order to comply with local government regulations.
Goods without a valid import license are not allowed to be unloaded from the port of destination to the Malaysian terminal; the shipper is required to provide the original booking office with an import license from the shipper's consignee, LOI.
After confirmation by the destination office, the goods will be allowed to be loaded at the place of origin. The purpose of this confirmation is to assist the shipper, but there is no guarantee that the goods will be allowed to pass the customs clearance as it is still subject to ultimate jurisdiction.