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  1. Bulk cargo, if a single through bill of lading cannot be provided and storage is required during their transhipment stay in Hong Kong (except those cargo stored at recognized locations1for less than seven days), a “Certificate of Non-manipulation” issued by C&ED is required.
  2. Containerized cargo, which is unsealed causing to the change of container number or seal number during their transhipment stay in Hong Kong, and bulk cargo which require cargo consolidation / vanning / devanning / repacking in Hong Kong, a “Certificate of Non-manipulation” issued by C&ED is required.

1 Kwai Tsing 1-9 Container Terminals, Tuen Mun River Trade Terminal, Super Terminal One, The Hong Kong International Airport Express Centre, Cathay Pacific Cargo Terminal, Asia Airfreight Terminal, DHL Central Asia Hub

Transhipment Cargo via Hong Kong to Korea