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1.What should I do if the goods are delayed in customs clearance and the consignee does not cooperate with the customs clearance?

In case of such a problem, the sender should promptly urge the recipient to provide advice on how to deal with it as soon as possible. If you need to return or destroy the shipment, you need to send a "relevant return letter or abandonment letter" to the problem follower to apply to the agent. It is worth noting that this requirement can only be applied for and tried, but it does not necessarily guarantee that the goods can be destroyed or returned locally. The final processing result is subject to the local customs. Of course, all costs and responsibilities arising from this, if the recipient does notIf paid and borne, it will be forwarded to the sender for payment and borne.