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Posted on March 20, 2020
With the Movement Control Order (MCO) starting March 18 until 31, 2020, many flights to East Malaysia are either cancelled or operating at a reduced frequency. This has impacted FedEx shipments in and out of East Malaysia.
As the situation is fluid and changes by the day, please note that although shipments can still be delivered and picked-up in/out of East Malaysia delay in transit time is expected. No perishable shipments are allowed for the time being.
Should you have any inquiries, you may contact our customer service hotline at 1300 882 882 for more information.
Posted on March 18, 2020
The Malaysian Government announced the implementation of the Restricted Movement Control Order throughout the country effective 18 to 31 March 2020 to address the COVID-19 situation.
This new measure exempts utility firms that are of critical importance to national interest, such as those in transportation and logistics, water, electricity, telecommunications, oil and gas, and broadcasting sectors.
As a transportation firm, TNT will be operating as normal throughout the movement control period. Logistics play a crucial role in this time of uncertainty and we would like to reassure you that our services shall remain available during this restricted period, while keeping the health of our team members as our foremost priority
We are closely monitoring the situation and making adjustments to our operations as needed. Let us know if there is anything we can do to help support your business during this difficult time. If you have any questions, please do not hesitate to call our Customer Service Hotline 1300 882 882.
We wish you well during this crisis and hope you and your family remain healthy and safe.
In order to strengthen the quality supervision of both medical and non-medical commodity export, Ministry of Commerce of China, General Administration of Customs and State Administration for Market Regulation released Announcement No. 12 of 2020 on April 25, 2020 with immediate effect to reinforce the compliance.
China shippers must ensure all export shipments to be compliant with the latest regulation and paperwork requirements. You may get more information from the website of Ministry of Commerce of China (click here).
To ensure smooth customs export clearance from China, importers are strongly encouraged to check with their shippers in China that their export shipments of both medical and non-medical commodity export meet the regulations/guidelines imposed, prior to engaging in the export arrangement from China.
According to the China Customs declaration regulation update on General Administration of Customs Announcement No. 53 of 2020, select medical-related export items listed below under the following Customs Harmonized Codes (HS codes) are subjected to China inspection and Quarantine (CIQ) inspection of export commodities starting from April 10, 2020. This is to strengthen the quality supervision on select medical related item export from China.
To ensure smooth customs export clearance of these medical items from China, importers are strongly encouraged to check with their shippers in China that their export for these listed items meet the formal export declaration imposed by China Customs, prior to engaging in the export arrangement from China.
You can refer to the link below from General Administration of Customs P.R. China for more details, customs.gov.cn/customs/302249/302266/302267/2961602/index.html (available in simplified Chinese only).