Joint Inspection Center of Ruili Port provides one-stop service

Updated: 2011-08-25 10:37

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Adjacent to Mujie city of Myanmar, Ruili city serves as the main passageway of goods transported between China and Myanmar.

Ruili Port is one of China’s first-class port while its Joint Inspection Center is a hub in Yunnan province as well as southwest China for its land port entry and exit flow control of people, logistics and traffic. It is an integrated joint inspection center of modern management, combining tourist checks, cargo inspection and border management.

Ruili Port sees a steady increase every year in foreign trade transactions – counted by passenger flow or traffic flow in value or in volume. From January to April this year, the import and export value for Ruili city reached $500 million, an increase of 24.7 percent year on year; passenger flow measured 3.34 million visits, an increase of 18.9 percent; traffic volume hit 700,000 times, up 13.43 percent; freight volume measured 597,000 tons, up 26 percent. The first three aforementioned figures ranked first for the third consecutive year in Yunnan province. The main import goods are timber, marine products and agricultural products, while its main export goods are machinery equipment and auto or motor parts.

It is reported the Ruili Municipal Bureau of Commerce, Ruili Customs, Ruili Tourism Bureau, police and other foreign affair management authorities are carrying out a one-stop service. They will initially establish an efficient and fast port inspection management model, featuring checks according to law, effective supervision, convenient access and excellent service. Jin Yu, deputy chief of Ruili Bureau of Commerce, deputy head of Port Management Office, said the Ruili Municipal Government is ceaselessly working on the hardware and software facilities for the Joint Inspection Center to enhance customs clearance facilitation so more enterprises as well as individuals are to enjoy Ruili’s preferential treatment of “outside the customs and within the boundary” in customs supervision.