Specifications.. A shipment of sugar has been banned from entering the country since last year – Kush News

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The Department of Standards and Metrology in Soba acknowledged the existence of a sugar shipment that did not conform to the specifications at the port of Port Sudan, and confirmed that it had been prevented from entering the country since last year.
The Director of Standards and Metrology at the Soba Station, Eng. Abayzid Al-Sheikh Al-Tayeb, confirmed that the suspended sugar shipment had been subjected to routine checks since September of last year, and was prevented from entering the country after it was proven that there were problems with it.

And he declared that no official authority has the right to grant an entry permit for the shipment other than the General Authority for Standardization and Metrology, given that it is the only one that has the final decision regarding the entry of products into Sudan.

He revealed the existence of committees that continue to investigate this shipment, and that reports will be submitted to the competent authorities soon, within the framework of the authority’s keenness on the right of the consumer, the national economy, and the right of the importer, and indicated that some commodities leave the country of origin with good and sound specifications, but are exposed to bad storage conditions during deportation.

Abazid pointed out during the program (as follows) that was broadcast by the Blue Nile channel on Wednesday, according to the next day, that the Sudanese Standards and Metrology Authority is a technical oversight body that supervises all export and import operations of the country, and he said that it takes measures according to specific laws, regulations and regulations to ensure the safety and quality of incoming products.

Khartoum (Kush News)


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