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Japanese car dealers yesterday discounted as unfounded reports that contaminated vehicles are finding their way into different African markets.
The vehicles dealers said the Japanese government implemented mandatory inspection to all cargo exports for continuous safety.
Trade Haus Logistics Limited (THL), in a statement, said they were working with government to ensure designated inspection institutions implement mandatory inspection to all cargo exports for continuous trade and to support safe secure commerce globally.
Since the Great East Japan Earthquake and Fukushima Daiichi Nuclear Disaster, there have been concerns all over the world about how safe Japans exports are from radioactive contamination, said THL managing director Brendon Crooks.
THL said it was working to assure safe and free-nuclear radiation vehicles were distributed.
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There are many unfounded rumours about used cars arriving to destination countries that are contaminated. This, as well as ungrounded news articles are damaging not only the reputation of Used Car Suppliers and Exporters like us, but the whole of Japans industry, Crooks said.
The Japanese Government, in response to this trend, together with the Ministry of Economy, Trade and Industry (METI), shipping companies and government-designated inspection institutions, are implementing strict and mandatory inspection to all Cargo Exports to facilitate continuous trade and to support safe and secure commerce globally