|To:||Users Office (email@example.com)|
(For PX-BL automatic measurement and remote experiment) cc: firstname.lastname@example.org
|Subject||(For PX-BL automatic measurement and remote experiment) [Shipping Notice] Proposal No., BL, Beamtime|
|Text||Proposal No., Project Leader, BL, Beamtime, (if you know) Local Contact, Shipping Company, Air Waybill No., Invoice No., |
(If decided) Return from SPring-8/SACLA Y(Expected Date, Air Waybill No.)/N:
|Attachment||Invoice, (if any) Packing List, SDS|
For ATA carnet shipments, it is recommended to consult with a customs forwarder.
(Please contact the Users Office for examples of customs forwarders that handle them.)
Considering days required for acquisition, early consultation is recommended.
Please note that DHL and FedEx also have options for ATA carnets, but please contact each company to see if they are available.
An “Import Confirmation Certificate” (from Sep 1, 2020) is a certificate issued by the Ministry of Health, Labour and Welfare (MHLW), after checking and stamping on the import confirmation application form* in accordance with “Customs Clearance Guidelines”.
*Appendix Form 1 of the “Guidelines for Confirmation of Importation of Poisonous and Deleterious Substances”
For research purposes, a certificate is always required regardless of the quantity (website of Kinki Bureau of the MHLW: External Link (Japanese Language), usually “C-1”), unlike the personal use of medicines (External Link).
The following websites can help you check the applicability of poisonous/deleterious substances and its CAS number (NITE Chemical Risk Information Platform : External link).