Shanghai’s Pudong Customs cleared goods worth US$2.7 billion from March 28 to Sunday, despite the impact of the COVID-19 epidemic, according to customs statistics.
Customs handled 22,000 customs declarations and ensured the smooth passage of 2.75 million tons of goods during the period. Pudong has among the most complete integrated circuit industry chains in the region. Customs has taken a series of measures to facilitate the clearance of relevant raw materials and equipment around the clock, it said. During the period, customs cleared IC products worth around US$260 million in the Shanghai Jinqiao Comprehensive Bonded Zone, where IC enterprises are clustered.