Export Recommendation for Precursor Chemical
|Summary||Obtaining Export Recommendation for Precursor Chemical from the Supervisory Committee for Controlled Precursor Chemical (SCCPC) under the Ministry of Home Affairs|
Exporter, who wants to export the controlled precursor chemicals, needs to get the recommendation letter from the Supervisory Committee for Controlled Precursor Chemical- SCCPC of Central Committee for Drug Abuse Control- CCDAC. The applicant needs to obtain Form (7) and submits the form along with the supporting documents including:
SCCPC processes the applications in accord with the Rules relating to the Supervision of Controlled Precursor Chemicals. The SCCPC will send the reject letter for the incomplete and incorrect documents to the exporter to conduct correction and resubmitting of the documents.
If the submitted documents are complete and correct, the SCCPC will forward the case to the relevant State, Division, District and Township Committee of Drug Abuse Control Inspection Team for the chemical inspection purpose.
When the result is passed according to the result of survey, the SCCPC issues the Form (8) called export recommendation letter. The exporter shall collect the recommendation letter from the SCCPC and proceed to apply for export permit license at the Export/Import Business Division under the Ministry of Commerce. If the result is failed, the SCCPC will send letter of rejection with reason to the exporter.
The exporter shall submit the following documents to the SCCPC before the exportation of the goods.
Exporter shall submit Customs Declaration Forms that include detailed information such as:
For the complete and correct application and successful lab test, the SCCPC issues the result to the Drug Agency as well as to the company from the respective exporting country. The Drug Agency will send the result to exporter. And The exporter will communicate with the company from the respective exporting country for exportation.
For the incomplete and failed lab test, the SCCPC will send the reject letter with reason to the exporter. The overall application process may take from (2) to (4) weeks. No charges shall be applied to the exporter.
Note: The exporters must comply with the following procedures while exporting the controlled precursor chemical.
|File Name||Language||File Size||Download|
|Application form to obtain permission from MOHA for transporting controlled chemical substances which are imported from /exported to Myanmar (or) transited through Myanmar (Form 9)||English||82.96kB||file_downloadDownload|
|Application form to obtain permission from MOHA for transporting, altering, and transferring controlled chemical substances from one state/region to the other state/region in Myanmar (Form 11)||English||83.89kB||file_downloadDownload|
|Application form to obtain permission from MOHA for wholesaling of the controlled chemical substances stored at the Storehouse (Form 13)||English||82.52kB||file_downloadDownload|
|from MOHA for retail selling or discharging of the controlled chemical substances stored at the Storehouse (Form 16)||English||82.85kB||file_downloadDownload|
|Application form to obtain permission from MOHA for operating Storehouse (Warehouse) businesses to store controlled chemical substances for commercial purposes (Form 20)||English||81.56kB||file_downloadDownload|
|Application form to obtain permission for possessing and storing of controlled chemical substances (Form 27)||English||82.06kB||file_downloadDownload|
The following form/s are used in this procedure.
|Application Form for obtaining Export Recommendation from MOHA for the exportation of Controlled Chemical Substances (Form 7)||Anyone who wants to export controlled chemical substances shall obtain the export recommendation from the Supervisory Committee for Controlled Precursor by submitting this application form, Form 7.||Export||Ministry of Home Affairs|