Radiation inspection of exporting vehicles, Radioactivity Level Certificate
The radioactive leakage from the Fukushima Daiichi Nuclear Power Plant after Great East Japan Earthquake on March 11, 2011, some cases are reported where exports arrived in foreign countries from Japan are subjected to radiation inspection or required to be accompanied by a radiation inspection certificate issued by this organization.
To prevent excessive safeguards taken by other governments, the Ministry of Economy, Trade and Industry of Japan is explaining the safety of Japanese products. At the same time, METI has advised to the exporters and Japan inspection company to carefully watch regulatory developments in destination countries.
JI0 conduct the “Radiation inspection” to ensure the safety of vehicle schedule to export from Japan is less than 0.3 micro Sievert per hour scale, set by the Ministry of Land, Infrastructure, and Transport of Japan. An appointment for inspection schedule is required in advance.
Radiation Level Inspection Fee: The Radioactivity level inspection fee is Japanese Yen 30,000 (See Currency Exchange Rate) per vehicle.
How to pay fee: Payment from overseas countries is accepted by (1) Credit card (2) Bank transfer (wire transfer / telegraphic transfer). However payment within Japan is accepted by Bank transfer only.
For fee payment by credit card, click credit card icon at below:
Accepted Credit cards: Visa card, Master card and JCB card, American Express, Diners Card.
The certificate fee is also accepted by Bank transfer (wire transfer / telegraphic transfer) at below Japanese Bank Account:
※Please note that bank remittance charges shall be paid by the applicant.
※Please note that Beneficiary Name must be printed in English language.
For account detail in Japanese language see below:
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