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Going to India to import recycled plastics may become the first choice--how to clean acrylic lenses

by:Eugenia     2021-12-31
Because of the gradual tightening of plastic import policies in Southeast Asian countries, the amount of recycled plastic from Southeast Asian countries has also been greatly reduced compared to before. However, China has a demand for millions of tons of recycled plastic pellets every year. The current gap is urgently needed. A new 'supplier'. In addition to the policy turmoil in Southeast Asia, the relatively high cost of waste plastics from Japan and European and American countries, coupled with the tariffs and freight rates exported to China are much higher than India. Therefore, it is also a good choice to go to India to purchase recycled plastic pellets at this stage.  Of course, everything has two sides. Compared with Japan and Europe and the United States, the overall quality of recycled pellets in India still has a large gap. This is related to the imperfect waste sorting and recycling system in India and the technical level of the operators.   According to industry insiders, there are not many companies in India with import qualifications, only a few dozen. The pellet supply is mainly in India, the export volume is not too large, and there are not many export companies.  As for the quality issue, the industry believes that price determines quality, and quality determines price. Good-quality pellets are available, but they may not be supplied to the Chinese market, but may be supplied locally. He believes that there is room for negotiation on price and product quality.  This article focuses on the precautions for major Indian ports and shipping:   1, India's main ports   There are 12 major ports in India, including Mumbai, Kolkata, Chennai, Cochin, Goa, etc., which bear three-quarters of the freight volume. Mumbai is the largest port, with one-fifth of the sea transport and one-half of the container transport passing through this port. It takes about 21 days to transport goods from China to India.  ①New Delhi (NEW DELHI) u200bu200b  The container ports are divided into Port P, Port T, and Port F. Most seaborne cargoes are transshipped from Navasheva (New Port of Mumbai).  ②Mumbai (MUMBAI formerly known as BOMBAY)   The Port of Mumbai is located on the island of Mumbai off the west coast of India (the island is already connected to the mainland) and borders the Arabian Sea to the west. It is India’s largest port. It is the bridgehead of the South Asian Continental Bridge, from Kolkata in the east to Mumbai in the west, with a total length of 2,000 km. It is a transportation hub for land, sea and air in India. The development of nearby shallow oil fields is also known as the rear base for oil extraction. The port is about 28km away from the country's largest international airport.  ③Kolkata (KOLKATA)    is located on the left bank of the Hugri River in the Ganges Delta in northeastern India. According to the estuary, it is on the north side of the Bay of Bengal about 123nm. It is the second largest port in India and one of the economic, transportation and cultural centers of India. It is also the center of the jute industry. The main industries include textiles, steel, machinery, chemistry, papermaking, leather, printing and ceramics. Kolkata is the outlet of the landlocked countries of Nepal, Bhutan and Sikkim. The port is about 22km away from the international airport.  ④ Chennai (Chennai)    Chennai, formerly known as Madras. It is the fourth largest city in India with an area of u200bu200b128 square kilometers and a population of 10 million people. It borders the Bay of Bengal in the east and is India’s largest artificial port. It is easily accessible by sea, air, rail and road. It is known as the gateway to southern India and it is also the capital of Tamil Nadu state.  ⑤Hyderabad (Hyderabad)    a city in southern India, the capital of Telangana State, located in the middle of Deccan Plateau, on both sides of the Musi River, a tributary of the Krishna River, is the sixth largest city in India.  ⑥Bangalore (BANGALORE)    Bangalore is a city in southern India, the capital of Karnataka, and the fifth largest city in India with a population of about 8.5 million. After India's independence in 1947, Bangalore developed into a center of heavy industry. The successful establishment of high-tech companies in Bangalore has made it the center of information technology in India, known as the 'Silicon Valley of Asia'.  2. Precautions for shipping from China to India   All wood-packaged shipments imported to India need to provide a plant inspection and quarantine certificate, otherwise it will cause a delay of 3-4 days of customs clearance and a fine of at least 40 euros.    All express consignment bills imported to India and a ticket must be clearly declared with detailed information such as product name, quantity, unit price, etc., and unspecified declaration such as 'sample' will be rejected by the local customs for customs clearance. How to clean acrylic lenses
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