A large amount of ivory, pangolin scales originating from Africa hidden in containers of wood was seized by Customs Enforcement Unit (Hai Phong Customs Department).
VCN- All three species are included in Appendix I of the List of Wild Fauna and Flora in the Annexes of the Convention on International Trade in Endangered Species of ...
A recent seizure of pangolin scales at Hai Phong port is considered the largest seizure of pangolin scales ever in Vietnam
Arrests have indicated the seriousness of drug crimes, as well as crimes involving wild animals and tobacco, all of which have taken place on a large scale.
In the first quarter, the Customs sector dealt with a total of 4,039 violations, with value of infringing goods estimated at nearly 321 billion VND
VCN- The importer of containers containing ivory and pangolin scales seized by Hai Phong Customs in January is a "bogus" enterprise, according to the agency.
In the early days of the year 2019, Hai Phong Customs Department continuously discovering and seizing cases of illegal transportations of large quantities of ivory and pangolin scales.
VCN – Competent units conducted an inspection and discovered tons of smuggled ivory and pangolin scales.
Hai Phong Customs Department and Hai Phong Police is continuing to coordinate for verification and investigation.
Customs force detected 2 shipments containing 108.3kg of pangolin scales and shark fins imported from Nigeria to Noi Bai airport (Hanoi).
VCN – Customs authority has just discovered and seized nearly 1 ton of ivory, ivory products and pangolin scales, shipped by air from Nigeria to Noi Bai International Airport
Through the inspection of cashew shipment that transited via Cat Lai port, Saigon port area 1 Customs Branch discovered 87 bags containing pangolin scales and hidden inside a container.
VCN- According to the competent agency, the above-mentioned goods were hidden illegally and to be exported to China. Currently, the competent agency has completed the records and continued to investigate ...
SEPANG: Kuala Lumpur International Airport (KLIA)'s Customs Department has seized 337kg of smuggled Pangolin scales from Sabah and Sarawak, worth RM4.4 million.
VCN- Inspection results, the functional force detected the shipment under Bill of lading 176-67987684 including 4 packages of pangolin scales.