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Activities in Central Custom Laboratory regarding to International Cooperation(2017)

  • 2017. Oct. 18 Visit of participants in the WCO 73th Fellowship Programme to the CCL

The Central Customs Laboratory (CCL) received four participants (note) in the WCO (World Customs Organization) 73thFellowship Programme, as an international activity under customs technical cooperation. The CCL welcomed them, andexplained CCL’s overview and the importance of Customs analysis to support further facilitating trade procedures,followed by demonstrations of analytical instruments and inspection equipment in the experiment building.
(note) India, Uganda, Ghana and Jamaica

  • 2017. Sep. 25  Visit of participants in the GRIPS WCO Scholarship Program 2017 to the CCL

The Central Customs Laboratory (CCL) received 11 participants (note) in the GRIPS WCO Scholarship Programme as an international activity under customs technical cooperation. The CCL presented its summary and explained the importance of Customs analysis to support further facilitating trade procedures, through a guided tour of its laboratory area including some demonstrations of analytical instruments and inspection equipment.
(note) Mauritius, Zambia, Brazil, Cambodia, Botswana, Sri Lanka, Tanzania, Dominican Republic, India, Ghana, Japan

  • 2017. Sep. 1 Visit of participants in the JICA Customs Administration Seminar

The Central Customs Laboratory (CCL) received a visit of twenty-one participants (note) in JICA Customs Administration Seminar, as an international activity under the customs technical cooperation. The CCL welcomed them, and explained to them about its overview and the importance of Customs analysis, followed by demonstrations of analytical equipment and inspection equipment in the CCL laboratory building.
(note) Afghanistan (2), Iran, Kazakhstan, Kirghiz, Liberia, Malawi, Pakistan, Papua New Guinea (2), Samoa, South Sudan (4), Sudan, Tajikistan (2), Tanzania, Uzbekistan, Zimbabwe

  • 2017 Jun. 12 Visit of participants in the WCO 72nd Fellowship Programme to the CCL

The Central Customs Laboratory (CCL) received 4 participants (note) in the WCO (World Customs Organization) 72nd Fellowship Programme, as an international activity under customs technical cooperation. The CCL welcomed them, and explained CCL’s overview and the importance of Customs analysis for further facilitating trade procedure. The CCL also explained activities as the Regional Customs Laboratory (RCL) to support the WCO members in the region to improve the accuracy and effectiveness of Customs Laboratory analysis work with a view to enhancing trade within the region. The CCL provided demonstrations of analytical instruments and inspection equipment in the experiment building.
(note) Dominican Republic, Guatemala, Honduras and Paraguay

  • 2017 Apr. 19 Visit of participants in the WCO Career Development Programme at the CCL

The Central Customs Laboratory (CCL) received 9 participants in the WCO (World Customs Organization) Career Development Programme (note), as an international activity under customs technical cooperation. The CCL welcomed them, and explained CCL’s overview and the importance of Customs analysis for further facilitating trade procedure. The CCL also explained activities as the Regional Customs Laboratory (RCL) to support the WCO members in the region to improve the accuracy and effectiveness of Customs Laboratory analysis work. The CCL provided demonstrations of analytical instruments and inspection equipment in the experiment building.
(note) This is one of the human resource development programmes implemented by WCO in cooperation with Japan. The countries of nine participants are as follows: Bangladesh, Belize, Benin, Cambodia, Guinea, Mexico, Mongolia, Senegal and Ukraine

  • 2017 Mar. 6 - Apr. 19 Completion of attachment training for the second group of the WCO/Japan Regional Customs Laboratories Programme 2016/2017

The Central Customs Laboratory (CCL), under the WCO / Japan Regional Customs Laboratories Programme 2016/2017, accepted three Customs chemists from Belarus, Jordan and Vietnam from March 6 to April 19, 2017. During the period, CCL conducted highly concentrated training, aimed at improving specific Customs chemical analyses and learning laboratory management, based on a training plan considering requests from these chemists.
※WCO / Japan Regional Customs Laboratories Programme The training programme intended to improve knowledge and skills in Customs chemical analysis in developing contries by the WCO in cooperation with Japan Customs, having been launched in October 2013. For more detail, please refer to: http://www.wcoomd.org/en/topics/nomenclature/activities-and-programmes/wco-customs-laboratories-programme.aspx

  • 2017 Mar. 21 Visit of scholarship students in the WCO Strategic Management and Intellectual Property Rights Program (SMIPRP) to the CCL

The Central Customs Laboratory (CCL) received 10 scholarship students in the WCO (World Customs Organization) SMIPRP (note), as an international activity under customs technical cooperation. The CCL welcomed them, and explained CCL’s overview and the importance of Customs analysis for further facilitating trade procedure. The CCL also explained the contribution of the CCL toward IPR infringing goods and activities as the Regional Customs Laboratory (RCL) to support the WCO members in the region to improve the accuracy and effectiveness of Customs Laboratory analysis work. The CCL presented demonstrations of analytical instruments and inspection equipment in the experiment building.
(note) This program is held in Aoyama Gakuin University for one year. The countries of ten students are as follows:
Botswana, Ghana, India, Jamaica, Nepal, Pakistan, Saint Lucia, Sri Lanka, Ukraine and Vietnam

  • 2017 Mar. 2 Visit of participants in the WCO 71st Fellowship Programme to the CCL

The Central Customs Laboratory (CCL) received 4 participants (note) in the WCO (World Customs Organization) 71st Fellowship Programme, as an international activity under customs technical cooperation. The CCL welcomed them, and explained CCL’s overview, the importance of Customs analysis for further facilitating trade procedure and activities as the Regional Customs Laboratory (RCL) to support the WCO members in the region to improve the accuracy and effectiveness of Customs Laboratory analysis work, followed by demonstrations of analytical instruments and inspection equipment in the experiment building.
(note) Haiti, Madagascar, Maroc and Togo

  • 2017 Feb. 7 Visit of participants in the Seminar on Customs modernization for GRIPS graduates to the CCL

The Central Customs Laboratory (CCL) received 10 participants (note) in the Seminar on Customs modernization for GRIPS graduates, as an international activity under customs technical cooperation. The CCL welcomed them, and explained CCL’s overview and the importance of Customs analysis to support further facilitating trade procedures, followed by demonstrations of analytical instruments and inspection equipment in the experiment building.
(note) Cambodia, Guinea, India, Kyrgyz Republic, Malaysia, Mongolia (2), Pakistan, Samoa and Sri Lanka

  • 2017 Jan. 26 Visit of three officers from the Lao PDR Customs to the CCL

The Central Customs Laboratory (CCL) received three participants in the Training Course on Training Management for the Lao PDR Customs, as an international activity under customs technical cooperation. The CCL welcomed them, and explained CCL’s overview, the importance of Customs analysis to support further facilitating trade procedures and the national/international attachment training program, followed by demonstrations of an analytical instrument and inspection equipment in the experiment building.

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