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135th Canton Fair welcomed its first batch of imported exhibits

On March 17th, the 135th China Import and Export Fair (Canton Fair) welcomed its first batch of imported exhibits.

According to Guangzhou Customs, this batch of exhibits consists of 22 items, with a total weight of 3,700 kilograms. They mainly include household appliances such as refrigerators, range hoods, and electric ovens produced in Turkey. After arriving at the Nansha Phase II container terminal, they were successfully cleared by Guangzhou Customs and transported to the Canton Fair Complex in Pazhou, marking the start of the preparation phase for the 135th Canton Fair.

Regarded as "China's No.1 Trade Fair," the Canton Fair is currently the longest-running comprehensive international trade event in China with the largest scale and fullest range of products. Since its inaugural session, it has established business contacts with traders from 229 countries and regions worldwide. It is reported that the 135th Canton Fair will be held in Guangzhou from April 15th to May 5th, divided into three phases. The total exhibition area covers 1.55 million square meters, with 55 exhibition zones, among which the exhibition area for imports covers a total of 30,000 square meters, involving categories such as household appliances, electronics, industrial manufacturing, and hardware tools. It is expected to attract over 28,000 companies to participate online and offline.

In the coming days, exhibited goods from around the world will successively make their appearances in Guangzhou. To ensure the smooth running of the 135th Canton Fair, Guangzhou Customs has set up dedicated clearance windows specifically for the exhibits at various operation sites. They will accept appointments for clearance by participating companies around the clock and give priority to handling procedures such as declaration and inspection. In addition, a Canton Fair convenient customs clearance channel for exhibitors has been available at Guangzhou Baiyun International Airport and Pazhou Ferry Terminal to facilitate the entry and exit of people attending the Canton Fair. The "Smart Customs" supervision service model has been implemented, relying on the e-pass cards to deal with one-stop business procedures, thus achieving comprehensive data integration between customs supervision and the international trade window. This helps enable online processing of the filing, supervision, and disposal procedures throughout the whole exhibition.

Editor: Teresa Chen,  Clarice, James

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