Zou Zhiwu, deputy director of the General Administration of Customs, went to the China Inspection Group New Zealand Company for research and guidance.
On June 19, 2019, the Deputy Director of the General Administration of Customs, Zou Zhiwu led a delegation to visit New Zealand. During their busy itinerary, they were still sparing their time to visit CCIC New Zealand. The delegation’s members include the General Administration of Customs inspector, Director of the Internal Audit Department, Pan Cheng, Deputy Director of the General Business Department, Qi Lianzhu, and import and export. Bai Lu, deputy director of the Food Safety Bureau, and Director Yuan Ziwei. The delegation came for research,guidance and cordially visited all employees of the company and held a discussion.
The general manager of CCIC New Zealand, Jason Yuan reported to the Deputy Director, Zou Zhiwu about the main business of the CCIC New Zealand and the certification, inspection, testing qualifications, personnel status and development ideas obtained in recent years. It reported that the company actively explored the leadership of the General Administration of Customs. The overseas inspection mode of “Expanding the requirements of extending the chain of supervision and ensuring the quality and safety of goods exported to China at the forefront” reported the operation of the New Zealand Fresh Milk Overseas Pre-screening + Traceability System to meet the fast customs clearance of domestic ports. Since CCIC's traceability system provides big data for the supervision and management of imported goods, and scans the code on each product label to check the quality certificate and traceability information, it can better assist customs risk monitoring and port inspection work, and improve imported products. Customs clearance efficiency.
Deputy Director Zou Zhiwu affirmed the development direction of CCIC New Zealand and conveyed the policy orientation of the General Administration of Customs on overseas factory registration and port supervision, and provided guidance for the work of CCIC New Zealand.