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Shenzhen Airport to optimize the inspection process to help the export of e-cigarettes

/April 22, China/ Under the joint cooperation of Yi Yanling, member of the Party Group of Bao’an District Bureau of Industry and Information Technology and director of the Enterprise Service Center, and Wang Suichu, Deputy General Manager of Shenzhen Airport (Group) Co., Ltd., Shenzhen Airport will speed up the whitelisting of electronic cigarette products. They’ll establish and promote the simplification of the export and transportation inspection process of e-cigarette products, increase the air transportation capacity, and provide convenient conditions for the export of e-cigarette products.

“Transfer of electronic cigarette products through Hong Kong airport” is about to become history

Shenzhen is the center of the global e-cigarette industry, carrying 90% of the world’s e-cigarette supply, and 40% of the exported e-cigarette products are carried by the Hong Kong Airport for air transportation. Regulations, starting from May 1, electronic cigarettes will no longer be allowed to transfer through Hong Kong Airport. When Hong Kong withdraws from the air transportation of electronic cigarette products, Shanghai Pudong Airport and Zhengzhou Airport have already occupied a place in the air transportation of electronic cigarette products, and Shenzhen Airport, which is located in the center of the global electronic cigarette industry, will also implement a number of measures to facilitate the e-cigarette export.

The first discussion has achieved initial results

On the afternoon of April 12, under the leadership of Yi Yanling, member of the Party Group of Bao’an Bureau of Industry and Information Technology and director of the Enterprise Service Center, Ao Weinuo, secretary-general of the Electronic Cigarette Professional Committee of the China Electronic Chamber of Commerce, and Shenzhen Airport (Group) Co., Ltd. discussed electronic cigarette products. The first discussion on the export air transport business. During the symposium, the three parties exchanged views on export product inspection and logistics capacity that e-cigarette companies are concerned about, and reached a preliminary consensus. Bao’an Airport will entrust Shanghai Chemical Industry Testing Institute to set up an e-cigarette testing agency at Bao’an Airport to provide e-cigarette products during transportation security inspections. At the same time, in terms of logistics capacity, the airport fully supports the export of electronic cigarettes and provides full protection for electronic cigarette enterprises to earn foreign exchange through export.

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