Indonesia imposes stricter inspections on fibre imports

04 Jun 2018 − 

After China, other Asian countries are also introducing stricter inspections on fibre imports. Indonesia has now become more careful in importing recovered paper.

Indonesia has imposed 100% pre-shipment inspections on non-toxic and non-hazardous waste, which includes recovered paper. In a note to exporters, inspection company Cotecna informed that from 1 April, the complete lot of the goods to be shipped must be presented for inspection.

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