On May 12, 2020, the china Huangpu customs cracked a case of smuggling of imported auto parts, involving BMW, Audi, Porsche, Jaguar Land Rover, and many other luxury car brands.
In the early morning of May 12, the Huangpu Customs Anti-smuggling Bureau, with the support of the Risk Prevention and Control Bureau (Huangpu), as well as Beijing, Guangzhou, Shantou, Nanning, and other local customs anti-smuggling bureaus, and regional public security, jointly launched a crackdown on smuggling imported auto parts Special action.
On the same day, more than 20 action teams in Guangzhou, Beijing, Shanwei, Nanning, and other places worked together, found three smuggling gangs of auto parts, arresting ten criminal suspects and investigating ten sites involved. On the scene, A batch of Audi, BMW, and other brands auto parts are suspected of smuggling imported. Including transmission shafts, lights, steering gears, brake discs, and so on.
In August 2019, the anti-smuggling department of Huangpu Customs discovered through big data analysis that there was a greater risk of smuggling imported car parts. The Huangpu Customs and Excise Department immediately set up an ad hoc group to carry out the pre-operation work. After an in-depth investigation, the criminal facts of Mr. Huang and other smuggling gangs have gradually come to light.
Since 2015, many domestic cargo owners such as Shui and Yu ordered high-end brand auto parts from Singapore, the United Kingdom, and Germany suppliers. They buy through domestic agents Huang Huang Moumou’s gang smuggled into China. By making false invoices, packing slips, and other materials by underreporting prices or hiding them.
After investigation, Customs officers found that the price of auto parts declared by the gang to the customs was generally about 20% -30% lower than the actual transaction price, and some parts were smuggled and imported into the usually declared auto parts. The case is currently under further investigation.