Stabilize foreign trade, secure employment and add new engine
The General Administration of Customs launches a pilot project for cross-border e-commerce B2B export supervision
Core reading: In order to promote the development of new forms of cross-border e-commerce, help cross-border e-commerce export companies to actively respond to the impact of the epidemic, promote foreign trade to promote stability and improve quality, and provide support for the main body of the job security market, the General Administration of Customs began on July 1. Pilots on cross-border e-commerce B2B export supervision in Beijing, Tianjin, Nanjing, Hangzhou, Ningbo, Xiamen, Zhengzhou, Guangzhou, Shenzhen, Huangpu Customs, enterprises can enjoy one-time registration, one-point docking, simplified declaration, priority inspection, permission to transfer, etc. Facilitation measures.
□ Reporter Cai Yanhong
At 0:2 on July 1, the furniture of Tianjin Jinmaotong Supply Chain Management Service Co., Ltd. was successfully released, marking Tianjin Customs' successful completion of the country's first cross-border e-commerce B2B export pilot work. Among the first batch of 6 companies participating in the export pilot, the destination countries include Germany, South Korea, the United States and other countries.
In order to promote the development of new forms of cross-border e-commerce, help cross-border e-commerce export companies to actively respond to the impact of the epidemic, promote foreign trade to promote stability and improve quality, and provide support for the main body of the job security market, the General Administration of Customs has been in Beijing since July 1st. Tianjin, Nanjing, Hangzhou, Ningbo, Xiamen, Zhengzhou, Guangzhou, Shenzhen, and Huangpu Customs carry out cross-border e-commerce B2B export supervision pilots. Enterprises can enjoy one-time registration, one-point docking, simplified declaration, priority inspection, permission to transfer and other facilitation measures . In the first week of the pilot program alone, 10 pilot customs have checked and released 266,000 cross-border e-commerce B2B export declaration forms and declaration lists, with a value of 250 million yuan.
Cross-border e-commerce has entered the 3.0 era
On July 1, the first cross-border e-commerce B2B export goods from Beijing Hongyuan Home Trading Co., Ltd. to Japan were inspected and released by the Beijing Customs' Capital Airport Customs. The release of the ticket goods marks the development of the new format of cross-border e-commerce in Beijing. After experiencing the era of personal Haitao (C2C) 1.0 and the era of commercial retail (B2C) 2.0, it has officially entered the era of business-to-business (B2B) 3.0 .
Cross-border e-commerce enterprise-to-enterprise export, referred to as cross-border e-commerce B2B export, refers to a form of trade in which domestic enterprises deliver goods to overseas enterprises or overseas warehouses through cross-border logistics and complete transactions through cross-border e-commerce platforms. Before the implementation of the reform, cross-border e-commerce B2B export companies can only declare customs through traditional trade methods. After the implementation of the reform on July 1, cross-border e-commerce B2B exports have a special customs clearance method and enjoy the convenience of customs clearance.
"The new B2B export policy provides enterprises with convenient measures such as a little docking, one-time registration, priority inspection, simplified declaration, and exemption of individual packaging of veneer sheets before export, giving us more close supervision services and more exclusive policy support, effectively reducing Customs clearance costs and operating costs." Li Xiaotong, vice president of Xiaobenniao Information Technology Co., Ltd. said.
"This new measure has played a vital role in promoting the opening of enterprises and the further upgrading of the export industry." Gao Ruifeng, deputy director of Beijing Customs, believes that since the beginning of this year, the New Coronary Pneumonia epidemic has spread throughout the world and a large number of traditional trade orders Turning to online transactions, the introduction of cross-border e-commerce B2B export policies is timely.
It is understood that after the implementation of the New Deal, Beijing’s cross-border e-commerce B2B export operation has been stable and orderly, and the cumulative export value has exceeded one million yuan, an increase of nearly five times compared with the first day of the pilot. The continuous and steady increase in the value of B2B exports in the first week shows the new policy of cross-border e-commerce B2B exports, which has tapped and released the huge potential and strong momentum of China's foreign trade development, further smoothed the international logistics supply chain, and effectively helped enterprises from the global epidemic. The restoration of vitality during the spreading crisis has attracted more and more companies to participate actively.
Help Jiangsu manufacturing line achieve stability
At 0:00:21 on July 1, 300 sets of vacuum cleaners with a value of 16,200 Euros from Boshide Technology (China) Co., Ltd. were successfully declared by the customs of Suzhou Industrial Park under Nanjing Customs according to the "cross-border e-commerce export overseas warehouse" trade method The goods will be sent to the overseas warehouse in Munich, Germany.
Domestic cross-border e-commerce companies take advantage of the low logistics cost, high delivery time and good after-sales service for exporting overseas warehouses, and vigorously develop cross-border e-commerce B2B export business to rapidly expand overseas markets. However, when exporting customs declarations, enterprises can only adopt the same customs clearance mode as ordinary goods, and cannot enjoy the relevant national policies and measures to support cross-border e-commerce. In response to the pain points and difficulties of the cross-border e-commerce B2B export business, the General Administration of Customs innovated the supervision model and launched a series of customs clearance facilitation measures to effectively solve the problems of enterprises and actively respond to the demands of enterprises.
Zhang Yaping, deputy director of Nanjing Customs, said that Jiangsu has a strong manufacturing cluster and is affected by the new coronary pneumonia epidemic. The high-end manufacturing industry is facing a huge impact. The cross-border e-commerce B2B export supervision pilot has a positive effect on stabilizing the main body of the foreign trade insurance job security market and helping Jiangsu's high-end manufacturing industry to overcome the impact of the epidemic, which is conducive to the healthy and rapid development of the new format of cross-border e-commerce.
Transit mode makes logistics more efficient
At 0:20 on July 1st, Guangzhou Customs' first cross-border e-commerce B2B export cargo for land transit was loaded at the Foshan Cross-border E-commerce Clearance Center and exited through the Shenzhen Bay Port that morning.
On the same day, Guangzhou Customs successfully completed the customs clearance procedures for the first batch of cross-border e-commerce B2B export goods. The goods were transported out of Guangzhou Baiyun Airport, Nansha Sea Port and Foshan Cross-border E-commerce Clearance Center by air, sea and land transportation channels.
According to reports, before the introduction of the New Deal, if Foshan enterprises want to export cross-border e-commerce goods at Guangzhou Baiyun Airport or Shenzhen Huanggang, they need to adopt the integrated customs clearance model, or first ship the goods to these two places, and then handle the actual goods. Check release. Now that the "cross-border e-commerce" mode is used for customs clearance, enterprises can complete the declaration and release procedures locally, and the goods will be transported to the port after leaving customs.
"The customs transfer mode makes logistics more efficient and enables our products to be exported to overseas markets faster." Jiang Tao, deputy general manager of Foshan Zhuoyiyuan Trading Co., Ltd., said that the customs had first achieved this at the Foshan cross-border e-commerce customs clearance center. Cross-border e-commerce retail export business is carried out through China-Europe trains. This time, the B2B export pilot of cross-border e-commerce was chosen to be carried out in Foshan. Foshan enterprises are more confident in the development prospect of local cross-border e-commerce.
According to statistics, from January to May this year, imports and exports through the Guangzhou Customs through the cross-border e-commerce management platform reached 15.52 billion yuan, ranking first in the country in terms of scale, an increase of 10.5% compared with the same period last year, continuing to maintain a growth trend.
Add more weight to stabilize the basic foreign trade
On July 1, the Qianjiang Customs, the Xiaoshan Airport Customs, and the Yiwu Customs affiliated to Hangzhou Customs successfully examined and issued cross-border e-commerce enterprise-to-business export (hereinafter referred to as "cross-border e-commerce B2B export") declaration forms and declaration lists 19 tickets, goods Valued at RMB 66,800, it was the first nationwide to achieve full coverage of the new cross-border e-commerce B2B export model.
In the early morning of July 1, Zhejiang Provincial Ancheng Technology Co., Ltd. declared to the customs of Xiaoshan Airport for exporting a batch of cotton cloth worth 7895 yuan in Bangladesh. "Customs has set up a special window for cross-border B2B export services, arranged a special person to provide full policy guidance, let us enjoy the policy dividend for the first time, further expand the business field and space, and strive for longer-term and lasting development opportunities." Zhejiang Yao Jie, Chairman of Chuan An Orange Technology Co., Ltd.
At the same time, Hangzhou Quanzhan E-commerce Co., Ltd. entrusted Hangzhou Dilianke Cross-border Technology Co., Ltd. to declare a batch of household items to Qianjiang Customs. The batch of goods was exported to the US Amazon overseas warehouse with a value of 16,963 yuan. "We originally exported through general trade, and we cannot enjoy the many preferential policies introduced by the country for cross-border e-commerce, nor can we reflect the characteristics of the cross-border overseas warehouse format." Xie Heming, general manager of Hangzhou Quanzhan E-commerce Co., Ltd. said that this time will be exported The overseas warehouse model is included in cross-border e-commerce supervision. The customs provides the company with a series of facilitation measures in declaration, customs clearance, logistics and other aspects, so that the company's overseas warehouse business can reduce costs and increase efficiency.
"The New Deal implements the central government's requirements for accelerating the development of new forms of cross-border e-commerce, and can give full play to the positive role of cross-border e-commerce in stabilizing foreign trade and securing employment." Wang Mao, director of the Hangzhou Customs Port Supervision Department, said that Hangzhou Customs will further strengthen Supervision, optimizing services, and maximizing the positive effect of the new cross-border e-commerce format on stabilizing the basic foreign trade and helping export enterprises, especially small, medium and micro enterprises, to overcome the impact of the epidemic.
Help enterprises stabilize orders and resist risks
"The introduction of the New Deal is a major benefit for us!" Zeng Li, general manager of Dongguan Chuangyun International Freight Forwarding Co., Ltd., said that in the past, parcels could only be sent separately, and now the goods can be directly exported to overseas customer companies, or shipped first As for the company's overseas warehouses in Japan and the UK, it will be packaged and shipped after the actual transaction. The logistics cost is greatly reduced, and the price of terminal products will also drop. This will help companies stabilize orders and improve their anti-risk capabilities.
It is understood that since the week of the pilot cross-border e-commerce B2B export on July 1, Shenzhen Customs has checked and released the value of cross-border e-commerce B2B exports worth more than 50 million yuan, the system is running smoothly, and the development momentum is good. The New Deal fully takes into account the fact that the value of single ticket goods for small and medium-sized enterprises is low, and stipulates that the amount of single tickets is less than 5,000 yuan. Goods that do not involve certification, inspection, or tax can be included in the unified export system through the declaration list. Customs clearance, paper-free customs clearance, making declaration more convenient.
The relevant person in charge of Shenzhen Customs said that the new model of cross-border e-commerce B2B export is a key step for the Customs to respond to the demands of enterprises and in terms of regulatory innovation, which fills the policy gap in the field of cross-border e-commerce B2B supervision. The financial, taxation, foreign exchange and other departments and local governments provide supporting points to provide supporting points to maximize the new cross-border e-commerce format to stabilize the basic foreign trade, and help export enterprises, especially small and medium-sized enterprises, to overcome the impact of the epidemic.