With the approaching of the Spring Festival, the imported fruit market in Shanghai is extremely busy. Fresh fruits from all over the world are arriving by air and by sea to celebrate the arrival of the Year of the Rat. Data from the Shanghai Customs show that from January 1 to January 20, Shanghai Port handled 81,900 tons of imported fruit with a value of 210 million U.S. dollars, increasing by 46.18% and 226.75% respectively from the same period last month.
In recent years, with the continuous expansion of countries gaining access to China, high-quality fruit from all the continents have been flowing into the Chinese market and trickling into the homes of common people.
In view of the high volume and the timeliness required of customs clearance, Shanghai Customs actively communicated and coordinated to ensure the fast customs clearance process. The customs at Pudong Airport strictly implements 24*7 of continuous inspections to ensure that high-quality air-freight fruit enter China as soon as possible.
Source: Economic Information