Warehousers’ letter to the Director General of Customs in response to parallel work
Warehousers’ letter to the Director General of Customs in response to parallel work; In a letter to the Director General of Customs, the Union of Warehousers, referring to the problems caused by the parallelism of the Ministry of Industry and Customs, announced that the members of this union will no longer take over the warehouse system from the customs system.
In a letter to Mehdi Karbasian, Director General of Customs, the Union of Warehousers states: It has been smuggled. Unfortunately, the customs of the Islamic Republic of Iran has recently made the issuance of pete and the clearance of goods conditional on the warehouse code. “And in some cases, the provincial customs do not accept the specialized code of the union window system assigned by the customs itself.”
“These measures have created ambiguities for the private sector, so the responsibility and consequences of smuggling the warehouse code taken from the window system of the union is not on the members of this union and is necessary.” We would like to inform you that the members of this union no longer consider themselves obliged to join and obtain the warehouse code from the window system due to the existing ambiguities, and we suggest that instead of forcing warehousemen to auction their warehouse code, which is our credit for many years, “Take the industry, mining and trade that it has comprehensively.”
The parallel work of the Ministry of Industry (Trade Development Organization) and the Ministry of Economy (Iranian Customs) in the field of clearance and storage of items over the past month has created several problems in the field of warehousing for warehousemen.
This problem arose because a month ago, the Customs of the Islamic Republic of Iran issued a circular to all the customs of the country stating that no goods should be cleared unless the warehouse where the goods are to go, in the comprehensive system of customs warehouses to Register. In fact, according to this circular, all public and private warehouses in the country are required to receive an ID code from this system before the goods are cleared so that the owners of the goods can obtain a clearance permit. Meanwhile, according to paragraph “e” of Article “6” of the Law on Combating Commodity and Currency Smuggling, the Ministry of Industry is obliged to register all the country’s warehouses by creating a “comprehensive warehouse system”.