(NAR) VOL. 10 NO. 4 / OCTOBER - DECEMBER 1999
[ BOC CUSTOMS MEMORANDUM CIRCULAR NO. 464-99, October 26, 1999 ]
SPECIFIC GUIDELINES RE: SGS INSPECTION OF BUFFALO MEAT EXPORT FROM INDIA TO THE PHILIPPINES
Attached is the letter* dated October 13, 1999 of Officer-in-Charge Giovanni A. Pasamba, CESO III, Office of the Director, Bureau of Animal Industry, Department of Agriculture endorsing a copy of Memorandum Order No. 18 dated October 4, 1999, Series of 1999 re: SGS Inspection of Buffalo Meat Export from India to the Philippines. The procedures outlined in the Memorandum Order which took effect on 15th October 1999 provides the specific guidelines as follows:(SGD.) JULITA S. MANAHAN
a. SGS must verify health certificate before sealing the reefer containers at the source loading point at accredited abattoir in Aurangabad, Hyderabad and Aligarn. In addition, the containers should be secured with bottle seals provided by the Shipping Company. Each of the seals should bear the distinctive serial number and the same should be affixed in the presence of SGS inspectors.
b. SGS must check the seal affixed by them, once the containers arrive in Bombay port for transshipment.
c. SGS should certify the container numbers, contents and quantity, seal numbers and that the goods have been processed in the accredited plant where they have been loaded.
The date of shipment will be determined by the shipped-on-board Bill of Lading.
For your information and guidance.
Adopted: 26 Oct. 1999
Internal Administration Group
* Text Available at Office of the National Administrative Register, U.P. Law Center, Diliman, Quezon City
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