Technical Commission plan to replace export and import regulations with Hs Code

Source text ۳۸۰۰ / ۵۰۰۰ Translation results Public Relations Report of the National Association of Plastic Industries of Iran ( Inpia ), the 36th meeting of the Technical Commission of the National Association this morning, April 15, with the presence of experts and representatives Organizations were held. The agenda of this meeting was; Pre-order news, […]

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Public Relations Report of the National Association of Plastic Industries of Iran ( Inpia ), the 36th meeting of the Technical Commission of the National Association this morning, April 15, with the presence of experts and representatives Organizations were held.

The agenda of this meeting was; Pre-order news, review of incoming and outgoing letters, classification report of standard inspection commodity groups, submission of a report on the visit of the source makers of Kimia Company, final decision regarding the database, determination of the codified and scheduled program for this year, mentioning Objectives and approaches and presenting the performance report of the Technical Commission in 2015.

In the pre-order news, items such as; News of increasing car parts tariffs, Iran Plast issue, necessity of activity in the discussion of export of polymer goods, necessity of holding an independent exhibition by the National Association, B2B meetings with Turkey and Pakistan, turning some PVC window manufacturers to the aluminum industry and. .. Was raised.

Saeed Sabouri, the head of the technical commission, called the foundation of the country import-oriented and said: “For the first time, the foreign trade balance has become positive, although there is a lot of expert discussion on it.”

“It takes at least half a century for our exports to take shape,” he said.

In this meeting, Reza Abbasi, the representative of the mold-making community, stated in a speech: Due to the many problems facing the domestic producer, it is inevitable to reduce the quality and increase its profit margin.

He continued: “Some domestic producers with negative competition cause the loss of foreign markets.”

Davood Khademi, referring to the activities of the two associations of manufacturers of polyethylene and PVC pipes and fittings in the ranking of companies, said: When the manufacturer launches its product, the buyer is looking for a low price.

He continued: “Due to the above, the producer is forced to offer goods with low prices and as a result, the quality is reduced.”

Khademi stated: The Polyethylene Association has made good efforts in the field of ranking and has developed standards. The association has formed a team to monitor and promote the work at the Polytechnic University.

This member of the technical commission emphasized on attracting elites in the commission by creating the necessary incentives.

Mohammad Baqer Al-Agha, referring to the activities of the Association of Disposable Containers, said: “With the efforts made by the Association and the Ministry of Health, the plan to play an effective role in the process of issuing health licenses is nearing completion.”

He said that one of the problems in advancing the compulsion of work is the successive change of managers.

Al-Agha described corruption, economic rents, etc. as part of the problems of economic activity and said: “Economy is a function of politics; For example, when Turkey’s relationship with Iraq deteriorates, we will be able to enter this market.

Regarding the standard inspection commodity groups, Khademi said: “A letter has been prepared to Nekounam, Director General of the Office for Quality Assessment of Export and Import Goods of the National Standards Organization.”

Regarding the content of this letter, Khademi stated: In this letter, it is suggested that the field of activity of inspection companies be based on the classification and codes of the book of export and import regulations (Hs Code) and related education and educational certificates and minimum work experience. For technical staff, be the criterion for evaluating inspection companies.

According to Khademi, about 7 associations have so far responded to the National Association’s letter regarding standard inspection commodity groups.

He also called for the serious support of the board of the National Association for this project.

He added: “If the inspection organization wants to have an inspection, it must be done correctly and the person must have relevant education as well as work experience.”

Presenting a report from the source company of Kima was another agenda that Saburi presented.

The other part of the meeting to determine the codified and scheduled program for 2016, mentioning the goals and approaches; Was allocated. Sabouri mentioned some of the proposed axes of this year as follows: following up unfinished approvals, following up on members’ technical problems, helping to formulate standards and changing incorrect tariffs, and holding practical seminars with the aim of increasing the interaction of different industries with plastics industries.

The members present at this meeting were; Saeed Sabouri, Keyvan Arjomand Hesabi, Davood Khademi, Reza Abbasi, Al-Agha, Jalalipour and Maryam Damghani.