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China Aerospace MRO & OEM Customs Affairs Training Course

China, Shanghai

The Course will involve keynote lecture, group discussions and case studies. Participants will be encouraged to bring examples or questions from their own experience.


Do you have those troubles & risks?

  • Many aircraft parts are refurnished, these parts are regarded as used electromechanical products and  restrict to  import/export, some even regard as  import prohibited products.
  • "An authorization must be obtained before Import/Export Restricted Commodities. An  license must to be gained before every shipment. Some restricted commodities Import/Export authorization are unable to obtain due to our company's business scope limited.
  • Base on the H.S. code, some aircraft parts are involved CCC, and the 3C application need a lot of documentation and a very long time which cannot meet the time requirements of aircraft maintenance.
  • A repetitious levy based on the value of the components happens when exchange repeat between oversea and domestic customers many times.
  • Customers or suppliers, unable or unwilling, for the protection of trade secrets reason, to provide  function, use, composition and other details of the commodities. and component.



  • Parry Zhou   Senior Partner     Hallowen Law Firm

Parry Zhou graduated from Xiamen University Law School (LLM). He is an associate professor of customs law at Shanghai Customs College which is affiliated to the General Administration of Customs. Mr. Zhou has practiced PRC law for more than 13 years, and his practices cover Customs & Tariffs, Corporate, Intellectual Property, Capital Market as well as Litigation and Arbitration.

Mr. Zhou has extensive experience in customs & tariffs practice. He has more than 10 years of experiences in teaching and studying customs laws, publishing many books on customs law, as well as advising corporate clients relevant to import and export declaration, import & export duties, customs classification, valuation, origin of import and export goods, import business models, customs compliance audit, internal control schemes, processing trade, plant relocation and IP border measures. He has served AVIC International for the customs affairs ,and has rich experience in the aircraft and aerospace industry.


  • Johnson Zhuang   Customs/tax lawyer & advisor at Baker & McKenzie

Johnson Zhuang is an International Associate in our Shanghai office. His practice focuses on cross border trade and logistics with a particular focus on Customs duty assessment (inclusive of tariff classification, valuation and duty rate validation), non-tariff barriers (technical barriers to trade and sanitary and phytosanitary standards), related tax and regulatory advisory matters. Johnson has served long years in aircraft MRO customs & aero leasing cases, has rich practice and cases in the aerospace industry.


The event will take place the 7-8 May 2013 in Shanghai, China.