Advantages and disadvantages of purchasing recycle

2022-07-24
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Advantages and disadvantages of purchasing recycled particles in India

due to the turmoil of policies in Southeast Asia, the import of domestic PP and PE recycled particles has been blocked, and the annual demand of millions of tons urgently needs to find a "new continent" for the import of recycled particles

in mid September, at the China International Plastics Exhibition and the 20th China plastics recycling and Recycling Conference held in Dongguan, Guangdong Province, renewable particle suppliers from India entered the vision of domestic renewable particle buyers

it is understood that Japan and European and American countries have high cost of waste plastics and high degree of mechanization, which makes the final particle price high. In addition, the sea freight and tariff of these countries' exports to China are higher than those of India

moreover, the import policies of Southeast Asian countries have been tightened, and the advantage of recycled particles import is no longer obvious. According to a domestic raw particle trader who can overcome the obstacles in the process of commercialization and utilization of graphene, there is no stock in Thailand at present; Malaysia has a small amount of goods, but the price is high; Wait

in a comprehensive consideration, tariff, shipping cost, price, supply and other factors are the advantages of purchasing recycled particles in India at this stage

speaking of unfavorable factors, by 2020, according to the feedback of a domestic HDPE particle purchaser participating in the Dongguan Exhibition in mid September, the PP and PE particles of Indian enterprises participating in the exhibition will be somewhat inferior to those of Japan, Europe and the United States. This has something to do with the imperfect waste classification and recycling system in India and the technical level of operators

according to insiders, there are only a few enterprises with import qualifications in India, only a few dozen. The supply of particles is mainly from India. The export volume is not too large, and there are not many export enterprises

as for the appearance, the insiders believe that price determines quality, and quality determines price. There are particles with good quality, but the ones that are not necessarily available but are extremely cheap can only be used in the Chinese market for two years, and may be supplied locally. He believes that there is room for negotiation on price and appearance

this article focuses on the precautions for India's major ports and maritime transportation:

1. India's major ports

there are 12 major ports in India, including Mumbai, Calcutta, Chennai, Cochin, Goa, etc., which undertake three quarters of the freight volume. Mumbai is the largest port, through which one-fifth of sea transportation and one-half of container transportation pass. It takes about 21 days to transport goods from China to India

① NewDelhi

container ports are divided into port P, port T and port F. Most of the sea freight is transshipped from navasheva (new port of Mumbai)

② Mumbai (formerly known as Bombay)

the port of Mumbai is located on the Bombay island off the west coast of India (the island has been connected with the mainland), bordering the Arabian Sea in the west, and is the largest port in India. It is the bridgehead of the South Asia land bridge, starting from Calcutta in the East and ending in Mumbai in the west, with a total length of 2000km. It is the sea, land and air transportation hub of India. The development of nearby shallow sea oil fields is also called the rear base of oil exploitation. The port is about 28km away from the largest international airport in China

③ Kolkata (Kolkata)

is located on the left bank of the hugri River in the Ganges delta in the northeast of India according to the continuous decline of growth rate in the first quarter of 2015. It is close to the north side of the bay of Bengal according to the mouth of about 123nmile. It is the largest port in eastern India. It is also known as "jute port" because it mainly exports jute. It is the second largest port in India and one of the economic, transportation and cultural centers of India. It is also a jute industrial center. Its main industries include textile, steel, machinery, chemistry, papermaking, leather, printing and ceramics. Calcutta is the sea port of landlocked countries Nepal, Bhutan and Sikkim. The port is about 22km away from the International Airport

④ Chennai

Chennai, formerly Madras. It is the fourth largest city in India, with an area of 128 square kilometers and a population of 10million. It faces the bay of Bengal in the East, and is the largest artificial port in India. It has convenient sea, air, railway and road transportation. It is known as the gateway of southern India. It is also the capital of Tamil Nadu

⑤ Hyderabad

the southern city of India, the capital of trengandhi, is located in the middle of the Deccan Plateau and on both sides of the musi River, a tributary of the Krishna river. It is the sixth largest city in India

⑥ Bangalore

Bangalore is a city in southern India, the capital of Karnataka state, and the fifth largest city in India, with a population of about 8.5 million. After India's independence in 1947, Bangalore developed into a center of heavy industry. The successful establishment of high-tech companies in Bangalore has made it the center of Indian information technology, known as "Silicon Valley in Asia"

2. Precautions for shipping from China to India

all wooden packages imported to India need to provide plant inspection and quarantine certificates, otherwise it will lead to days of customs clearance delay and a fine of at least 40 euros

all express waybills and shipping tickets imported into India must declare clearly the product name, quantity, unit price and other relevant details. The declaration with only "sample" and other unknown information will be rejected by the local customs

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