Moreover, to assist our client to earn tax benefits from their raw material and / or their machinery from BOI, SGT’ services has also covered for BOI inspection as your one stop service as well.
♦ Scrap Inspection: In addition that you imported any industrial raw material from aboard to manufacture in Thailand and there are waste or damaged by the production process, we can support the scrap inspection for your tax benefits upon on BOI’s condition. The raw materials might be plastic, steel, motor, PC board or fabric.
♦ Machine Destroying Inspection: It is unpredictable once the imported machine or its spare parts are damaged or unqualified as per the standard. We can provide the machine destroying inspection for your BOI tax’s benefits.
♦ Witness Lashing: In case that the machine or spare parts must be shipped out and vessel’s agent may request for the witness lashing report to see how the lashing has been prepared and what the size of machine would be. We can be one of your solution providers.
♦ Condition of Loading Inspection: We could also serve you with the condition of loading inspection services to clearly report the clients with photos of how your cargo has been loaded into container, how they were wrapped and of course how the cargo’s condition at origin was.
Motor Vehicles Inspection Service before Exporting to Australia
Since the new vehicles present a significant biosecurity risk as they can act as a vector to transport biosecurity risks from foreign countries into Australia. The Motor Vehicle Inspection Program (MVIP) was designed by the Australian Department of Agriculture and Water Resources to ensure that new vehicles are being sent to Australia free of potential biosecurity risks. The inspection must be conducted by the accredited inspector like SGT Service (Thailand) Co.,Ltd. prior to exporting to Australia.
The Australian Department of Agriculture and Water Resources understands that the point of contamination for new vehicles is during the time between the vehicle leaving the factory and being loaded onto the vessel. A lack of adequate port hygiene practices can contribute to the problem. At the Laem Chabang port weed species were growing in and around the wharf perimeters.
The scope of MVIP inspection before exporting shall cover for:-
♦ VehicleTypes: New passenger vehicles and light commercial vehicles including Sedans, hatchbacks, Four-wheel drives, Commercial Vans, Mini buses, Utility vehicles and Light trucks
♦ Biosecurity Risks Contaminations: to be checked whether there are Plant based biosecurity risks, Animal based biosecurity risks, Soil and soil related material, insects and snails both at the full exterior points (surfaces, wheels, window ledges, vents and cavities, etc…) and interior (driver side floor, engine bay and bonnet latch, etc…)of new vehicles.
Under MVIP Inspection, all new vehicles must pass inspection before they can be exported to Australia.