6 batches of im
s were unqualified. On the 23rd, Shandong Entry-Exit Inspection and Quarantine Bureau released the unqualified im
ported children's products at the Shandong port from January to July this year. im
ported children's products with a total value of 255,100 US dollars were found to be unqualified.
Recently, law enforcement officers of the Shandong Entry-Exit Inspection and Quarantine Bureau conducted on-site inspections of a batch of glass bottles imported from South Korea by a trading company in Qingdao, and found that 90% of the bottles contained a large number of dense bubbles, which may lead to serious safety hazards. . There were 4,000 bottles in this batch, with a value of 13220 US dollars. The law enforcement officers carried out the storage of the goods on the spot and returned the goods according to law.
From January to July, Shandong Port examined a total of 328 batches of imported children's products, with a value of 9,904,300 US dollars. After inspection, 13 batches were found to be unqualified, with a value of 255,100 US dollars.
Among them, 193 batches of im
s and diapers were tested, with a value of USD 7,273,100. After inspection, it found that six batches were unqualified, with a value of USD 181,600. The main unqualified reasons are no Chinese logo, material mismatch and small parts are not qualified, the origin is Japan and South Korea.
A total of 107 batches of imported children's toys were inspected, with a value of 2,327,200 US dollars. After inspection, it found 2 batches that failed, with a value of 433,000 US dollars. The main reason for the failure is mechanical safety failure and the inconsistency of the goods. The origin is Indonesia.
A total of 16 batches of imported children's clothing were inspected, with a value of US$168,800. After inspection, four batches were found to be unqualified, with a value of US$11,700. The main reasons for the failure were small parts and unmarked Chinese characters, and the origins were Korea and Japan. Measures for the destruction, return, and technical treatment of unqualified imported children's products shall be taken according to law.