From 1899 to 1950, Nanjing had a Jinling Pass. Prior to the integration, the customs offices in the jurisdiction of the Nanjing Municipality were relatively decentralized. In March 2009, the Nanjing Municipal Government proposed a motion to set up a local customs office in Nanjing, and it took two and a half years to operate the Jinling Customs. It is understood that in 2010, the total foreign trade volume of Nanjing City was US$45.6 billion, accounting for 1.5% of the total foreign trade volume of the country; Nanjing Port was the largest port along the Yangtze River. In 2010, the import and export cargo volume of customs supervision was 11.95 million tons, and the total import and export value was 24.4 billion. In the US dollar, the tax is 12 billion yuan; Lukou Airport is the largest international airport in Jiangsu. In 2010, 6,952 planes were in and out of the country, and 1.12 million passengers were in and out of transit. The Nanjing International Post Office is the main international postal hub in East China and monitored in 2010. 2 million international postal items were exported.
Li Dakuan, secretary of the Nanjing Customs Party Group, said that after the establishment of Jinling Customs, Jinling Customs will further promote the optimization and upgrading of the open environment and basic conditions of Nanjing's open economy; it will effectively promote customs special supervision areas and bonded supervision sites and other services. The construction of carriers will greatly promote the gathering of modern logistics industry in Nanjing, promote the development of producer services, give play to the agglomeration and radiation effects of the development of export-oriented economy in Nanjing, and further give play to Nanjing's location advantages to strengthen its radiation to Central Jiangsu and North Jiangsu. Take action to achieve coordinated regional development; will further integrate and optimize customs supervision resources and improve the level of customs services to open economy.
Legal Network News reporter Ding Guofeng correspondent Chen Yinjian Dong Yan On the morning of September 17, Nanjing Customs was under the official switch operation of Jinling Customs. Jinling Customs has jurisdiction over Nanjing City and has jurisdiction over on-site business offices, post office offices, Lukou Airport Customs, Jiangning Economic and Technological Development Zone Office, and Xinshengyu Customs.