Khodrocar - Not long ago, the head of the National standard organization, citing the non-standardization of some of the imported parts, stated that the National Standard Oranization controls the compulsory standard for domestic as well as imported parts, but many of the car parts are not subject to mandatory standard. While it is the job of automakers to monitor parts that are not subject to mandatory standards. According to him, the problem is that non-standard auto parts are smuggled because even those parts that are subject to mandatory standards cannot be monitored.
However, complaints about the non-standardization of some parts despite oversight of the production process as well as their import process by the National Standard and Customs Organization continue to persist, and many of the activists in this area have encountered problems due to lack of supervision.
"Imported parts subject to mandatory standard have their own process and from customs information into the relevant system and then enter the subject of testing, inspection and verification of positive qualification documents. If positive, a certificate is issued for the parts COC." Peyman Pirayesh, head manager of supervision on metal industries standard told khodrocar reporter.
"If there is no problem with the standard parts standard, the customs shall proceed with the clearance, but shall send the goods to the National Standard Organization for goods and parts not covered by the mandatory standard or customs approved for the purpose of verification of the nature or if a particular characteristic is required. It will be verified that the nature and characteristics of the custom will be determined by the standard organization and that the response will be sent to the customs and then the goods will be cleared." He added.
"In the meantime, it is possible that the Customs may, on their own record, issue a clearance which is not subject to mandatory standardization. Some parts of the market may be subject to mandatory standardization. That is subject to the standard is examined in the form of Taha. Experts in the field separately monitor imported and domestically produced goods subject to the mandatory standard and monitor their production and supply." He said.
National Standard Organization and Customs Organization's actions aimed at monitoring and restricting imports of non-standard parts while MPs insisted that increasing parts imports and a lack of oversight have now led to heavily marketed parts as well as automotive product lines. In these circumstances, the government needs to revoke the authorization to import these goods in order to protect domestic production in order to prevent this problem.