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Belgium : Could this be handled as in NCTS P5 with the new office of incident registration? Article 3 - For bulky goods, how will the eTIR Carnet handle the provision of article 32 (endorsement “heavy or bulky goods”)? (...) o EC/TIR secr.: In the “AdditionalInformation” class (at the message level) the “Heavy and Bulky goods indicator” allows to indicate that heavy and bulky goods are being transported. Belgium : OK via rule/condition when indicator says that heavy and bulky goods are being transported - Please also describe how the documents mentioned in Article 33 (e.g. packing lists, photographs, drawings) could be treated in the eTIR context.
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Score: 1333196.7 - https://unece.org/DAM/trans/bc...ech/documents/2020/id20-03.pdf
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NUMBER OF TIR CARNETS REQUIRED FOR TRANSPORT OF A MIXED CARGO CONTAINING HEAVY OR BULKY GOODS : NOTE / BY THE SECRETARIAT
How do the above provisions apply in the case of heavy or bulky goods, for which specific articles of the Convention should be taken into account? (...) Another situation occurs if heavy or bulky goods are transported together with normal goods (e.g., normal goods are carried in the sealed load compartment of a trailer while heavy and bulky goods are transported on a load platform). (...) If a mixed cargo consisting of both normal goods and heavy or bulky goods is transported under the TIR procedure, at least two TIR Carnets would need to be required: one TIR Carnet should bear the endorsement "heavy or bulky goods" and cover heavy and bulky goods, the other TIR Carnet without this inscription should cover normal goods transported under Customs seal.
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Score: 1303450.4 - daccess-ods.un.org/acce...&DS=TRANS/WP.30/2002/23&Lang=E
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NUMBER OF TIR CARNETS REQUIRED FOR TRANSPORT OF A MIXED CARGO CONTAINING HEAVY OR BULKY GOODS : NOTE / BY THE SECRETARIAT
Another situation occurs if heavy or bulky goods are transported together with normal goods (e.g., normal goods are carried in the sealed load compartment of a trailer while heavy and bulky goods are transported on a load platform). (...) If a mixed cargo consisting of both normal goods and heavy or bulky goods is transported under the TIR procedure, at least two TIR Carnets would need to be required: one TIR Carnet should bear the endorsement "heavy or bulky goods" and cover heavy and bulky goods, the other TIR Carnet without this inscription should cover normal goods transported under Customs seal. To reflect this view in the TIR Handbook, the following comment may be adopted: Add a new comment to Article 17 to read as follows: "Issuance of TIR Carnets for a mixed cargo consisting of normal goods and heavy or bulky goods When taking a decision on the number of TIR Carnets required for the transport of a mixed cargo consisting of both normal goods and heavy or bulky goods, the Customs office of departure shall take into account the specific provisions of Article 32 according to which for the transport of heavy or bulky goods the cover and all vouchers of the TIR Carnet shall bear the endorsement "heavy or bulky goods".
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Score: 1302564 - daccess-ods.un.org/acce...ANS/WP.30/2002/23/REV.1&Lang=E
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ROAD VEHICLES CONSIDERED AS HEAVY OR BULKY GOODS : POSSIBLE MODIFICATION OF A COMMENT ENDORSED BY THE TIR ADMINISTRATIVE COMMITTEE FOR INCLUSION INTO THE TIR HANDBOOK : NOTE / BY THE UN/ECE SECRETARIAT
To determine the validity of this comment, the specific provisions of the Convention concerning heavy or bulky goods should be taken into account. 6. According to Article 30 of the Convention, "all the provisions of this Convention, save those to which the special provisions of this section make an exception, shall apply to the transport of heavy or bulky goods under the TIR procedure". (...) Thus, if heavy or bulky goods are transported together with normal goods (as in the situation in question), a single TIR Carnet would have to bear the endorsement "heavy or bulky goods", and, at the same time, should not bear that inscription for the normal goods. This case is foreseen by applying two separate TIR Carnets to normal goods and heavy or bulky goods. Such a solution is duly reflected in the two sentences from the comment at issue and will facilitate Customs control over TIR operations which involve road vehicles considered as heavy or bulky goods and travelling by their own means. 9.
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Score: 1287025.5 - daccess-ods.un.org/acce...&DS=TRANS/WP.30/2001/10&Lang=E
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ROAD VEHICLES CONSIDERED AS HEAVY OR BULKY GOODS : POSSIBLE MODIFICATION OF A COMMENT ENDORSED BY THE TIR ADMINISTRATIVE COMMITTEE FOR INCLUSION INTO THE TIR HANDBOOK : NOTE / BY THE UNECE SECRETARIAT
The TIR Administrative Committee, at its twenty-ninth session (19-20 October 2000), adopted a comment to the newly proposed Article 3 of the Convention (TRANS/WP.30/AC.2/59, Annex 6) which contained, inter alia, the following text: “Road vehicles considered as heavy or bulky goods If road vehicles or special vehicles regarded themselves as heavy or bulky goods are carrying other heavy or bulky goods so that both vehicle and goods at the same time fulfil the conditions set forth in Chapter III (c) of the Convention, only one TIR Carnet is needed bearing at the cover and all vouchers of the TIR Carnet the endorsement set forth in Article 32 of the Convention. (...) It became clear, however, that the situation addressed by the above comment is a specific case of a more general issue, namely how many TIR Carnets are required if heavy or bulky goods are transported together with normal goods. Given different interpretations concerning the procedures for heavy and bulky goods in general (TRANS/WP.30/198, para.98), this issue would need to be considered in-depth. 5.
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Score: 1268208.4 - HTTP://DACCESS-ODS.UN.ORG/ACCE...TRANS/WP.30/AC.2/2002/2&LANG=E
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Scope This standard is designated to define the validity periods (shelf lives) food stuffs of all types. 2- Definitions 2-1 All definitions stipulated in JS No. 288 for 1994 under the clauses 2-1,2-2,2-3 shall be taken into consideration. 2-2 Infant: a person whose age is 12 months maximum 2-3 Child: the child whose age is 12 months minimum up to 3 years of age. 2-4 Foods of infants and children manufactured of grains and/or legumes basis, and foods basically manufactured from vegetables, fruit, and child biscuits, and other infants’ and children foods the definitions of which are according to clauses in the relevant standards. 3- Shelf-lives and their Requirements The following must be taken into consideration when recording the validity periods on infants’ and children’s food stuffs: 3-1 Production and expiry date must be written on labels of information for all food stuffs stated in this Standard. (...) The periods herein are calculated as from the production date: Food Stuff Infants/Children Method of Filling Maximum Shelf Life 1. (...) However food stuff in the free zones shall be excluded as its mid term shelf life must be calculated as from the date of production until the samples reach the specialized laboratories. 3-7 It shall be prohibited to put labels of the production and expiry dates on containers of food stuffs in this Standard whether imported or locally manufactured.
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Score: 1251553.9 - https://www.wto.org/english/th...c_e/jor_e/WTACCJOR19_LEG_7.pdf
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To establish that members of stuff of the enterpirises privatized and members of stuff of agricultural manufacturers and persons equal to them, and also non-state agricultural enterprises (collective agricultural enterprises, kolkhoses, cooperative uninions, etc.) have the preferential right of purchasing not less than 51% of the shares. 4. (...) To establish that privatization of property of sovkhoses and other state agricultural enterprises and agencies can be carried out by transforming them into collective agricultural enterprises (Article 2, Decree of the Cabinet of Ministers of Ukraine of May 17, 1993 #51) as well as into public joint stock ventures (according to the decisions of groups of purchasers, founded by the stuff). If in the process of privatization of property of sovkhoses or other state agricultural enterprises some share of the property is not sold it is allowed for the members of stuff to purchase this property on their own for pay-outs during 3-5 years. In case when in the process of privatization (by the free transfer of property or preferential sale for privatization certificates to members of stuff or persons equal to them, and to members of stuff for purchase on their own for pay-outs during 3-5 years) it is not guaranteed that all the property will be sold out during six months after it was sold for privatization certificates, then it is privatized by transforming enterprises into public joint stock ventures. 6.
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Score: 1225463.8 - https://www.wto.org/english/th...c_e/ukr_e/WTACCUKR26_LEG_1.pdf
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SOME ESSENTIAL REQUISITES FOR INDUSTRIAL DEVELOPMENT OF RENEWABLE NATURAL RESOURCES
This group oonsists in the main of implements and machines {including transport), fertilizers, pestioides, seed supplies, animal fodder and feeding stuffs and animal health requisites. A related group of imputs are applied at the pre-prooessing, processing and marketing stages. (...) Increasing use is being made in animal feeding progr ams of compounded and more ooncentrated feeding stuffs, using cereal and leguminous grains, and many by-products of oil milling and other products processing industries, that are both palatable and nutritious. (...) From abbatoirs and slaughter houses blood, meat, bOne or meat and bone meals m~ be used to prepare animal feeding stuffs, especially far the poul, try industry. Similarly, from the fish processing industry fish residues and surpluses m~ be used for animal feeds.
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Score: 1201571.7 - https://daccess-ods.un.org/acc...en&DS=E/CN.14/AS/III/17&Lang=E
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ROAD VEHICLES CONSIDERED AS HEAVY OR BULKY GOODS / TRANSMITTED BY THE GOVERNMENT OF ESTONIA
GENERAL TRANS/WP.30/2001/20 10 October 2001 ENGLISH Original: ENGLISH, FRENCH and RUSSIAN ECONOMIC COMMISSION FOR EUROPE INLAND TRANSPORT COMMITTEE Working Party on Customs Questions affecting Transport (Ninety-ninth session, 23-26 October 2001, agenda item 7 (d) (vi)) CUSTOMS CONVENTION ON THE INTERNATIONAL TRANSPORT OF GOODS UNDER COVER OF TIR CARNETS (TIR CONVENTION 1975) Application of the Convention Road vehicles considered as heavy or bulky goods Transmitted by the Government of Estonia Note: The secretariat reproduces below a communication transmitted by the Government of Estonia referring to document TRANS/WP.30/2001/10 (...) An attempt has been made in paragraphs 5, 6, 7 and 8 of document TRANS/WP.30/2001/10 to link the situation in question with the term “heavy and bulky goods”. Referring to Articles 30 and 32 of the Convention it is pointed out that a TIR Carnet shall bear the endorsement “heavy or bulky goods”. As it is correctly stated, the objective is to provide a clear distinction between normal goods to be transported under Customs seal and heavy or bulky goods, which may be transported by means of a non-sealed vehicle or container in accordance with Article 29 of the Convention.
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Score: 1195346.3 - daccess-ods.un.org/acce...&DS=TRANS/WP.30/2001/20&Lang=E
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It designates different rates for different formats; one for small and large letters, which are lighter and tend to contain documents, and another for bulky letters and small packets, which are heavier and tend to contain goods. Beginning July 2020, member countries will also be able to declare their own rates for delivering inbound bulky letters and small packets, with conditions to protect low-volume developing countries from excessively high rates.
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Score: 1193398.4 - https://www.upu.int/en/Univers...Physical-Services/Remuneration
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