Japan to Portugal
Country Regulations Topics:
In addition to the prohibited commodities listed here, it is prohibited to ship the following commodities to Portugal.
Brokerage charges may apply and an import delay of 2-3 days may occur.
Up to one litre of any kind of beverage, the import will be accepted without an import license and a certificate of analysis.
An CE Conformity Certificate is required from the manufacturer.
A Phytosanitary Certificate must accompany all shipments of plants.
These kinds of goods require a Phytosanitary inspection, therefore additional charges and an import delay will occur.
Plants mentioned in the Convention on International Trade in Endangered Species (CITES) must be accompanied by a valid CITES Certificate.
Based on the regulation, controls must be performed at the point of introduction into the EU by the competent authorities. They include documentary checks on all consignments and identity or physical checks (including laboratory checks) on 10% of the consignments. All consignments of kitchen tableware (HS code 3924 1000) originated or consigned from China or Hong Kong must be accompanied by a declaration confirming that it meets the requirements concerning the release of primary aromatic amines and formaldehyde. The declaration shall be accompanied by a laboratory report that the consignments fulfill the requirements.
The goods and declaration must be examined at the first point of introduction into the EU.
The consignments shall be notified at the first point of introduction at least two working days in advance.
Our main points of entry (Cologne, Germany and East Midlands, United Kingdom) are not competent to perform the checks and forwarding under bond is prohibited without the checks. Products covered by the new regulation and destined to the EU can't be accepted by UPS. Exporters should clearly state on the invoice the material and the country of origin of plastic kitchenware to avoid holds on commodities not subject to the regulation.