Currently, the demand for importing Koi fish for business is increasing. Therefore, how to import Koi fish cheaply, quickly, and still ensure that Koi fish don't die isn't an easy thing. Today, Sea Dragon Company presents the process of importing Koi fish for everyone's reference:
Koi fish, also known as Koi carp (scientific name: Cyprinus carpio), is a popular fish breed in Japan. Koi carp and its tattoos are considered a sign of good luck by the Japanese.
If you have just been imported for the first time and have no experience, you will have difficulties applying for the permit. There are a lot of things that have to be correct from the start.
The quarantine agency will send someone to check the aquarium first and report the status of imported Koi aquariums to the Directorate of Fisheries and the Department of Animal Health.
Koi fish will be transported by air to Vietnam. The fish is anesthetized and must be removed from the airport as soon as possible.
The processes to be done at the airport are customs clearance, physical inspection of goods, quarantine of Koi fish.
Documents include: Bill / Invoice / Packing list / CO / Health / Koi-import permit / Quarantine registration application
You must implement all steps quickly and accurately for picking Koi fish smoothly. If there is a problem with any stages that prevent the goods from being taken out within the day, the possibility of the entire imported Koi fish shipment being dead is very high.
Rent a refrigerated car for transporting to ensure the temperature for healthy fish.
Arrange the cartons in the right way to make sure the fish doesn't die when moving (please don't mind contacting me to know how to arrange)
It is necessary to choose an appropriate time to conduct quarantine at the aquarium to ensure that the fish are healthy and not dead.
Koi import procedure service of Sea Dragon company will support customers with all steps and ensure pick up the goods in the shortest time, limiting the situation of fish dying due to the late process time.
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Source: Sea Dragon International Logistics Company