After getting approval from CFDA, companies can begin to export cosmetics to China. Before goods reach their destination port and undergo inspection by Chinese Customs, they shall appoint an agent in China to file a record with the provincial Inspection and Quarantine Bureau (CIQ) at the destination port, submitting the certificate/license granted by CFDA simultaneously. When goods arrive, activities such as on-site examination of labels and packaging, sampling inspection and testing will be conducted by CIQ. Qualified products will obtain a CIQ certificate. Customs clearance is also a mandatory requirement...
China Cosmetics Market Entry Walkthrough: CIQ Inspections and Custom Clearance
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