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    we prepare shipping bill, classify the goods under correct CTH for drawback, DEEC etc. We receive the goods in customs station on behalf of our customers. We do measurement, weighment, marking, labeling, customs examination, customs out of charge and hand over the export goods to international carriers for carriage.

    We are providing Export Clearance services to various clients. We are filing the shipping bills under Drawback Scheme, Export Incentive Schemes, Duty Exemption Schemes and EPCG Scheme and smoothly clearing the consignment of our valuable clients. Adherence with timeline is our main motto in Export Clearance.

    We also provide assistance and advice to our customers related to export - import tariff, classification, valuation of goods, policy and provisions. We ensure compliance of statuary provisions of customs but at the same time we derive the available maximum advantage from incentive based schemes and duty drawback benefits for our customers.

    We understand the urgency when our clients book their consignment through Air. We put our best efforts to save time and money of our customers which are important issues when goods are moving by air. We provide both inbound and outbound services to all customers. We are capable to handle consignments ranging from small shipments to full freight containers and pallets. We also provide the logistics assistance to our customers.

    We have appointed the experts from taxation field in our organization that can protect the benefit of our clients. We have trained staff and we regularly upgrade their skill by continuous training and grooming by the experts.

    Clearance of Project Imports

    Project Imports are covered under chapter 98 of ITC HS Classification under one Customs tariff heading. Project Imports cover all goods, which are being imported for initial setting up of a unit or substantial expansion of an existing unit. Industrial Plants, Irrigation Projects, Power Projects, Mining Projects, Oil Exploration Projects and certain other projects as notified by the government are covered under the scheme. Effective duties under Project Imports are lower than the normal import duty. It depends on the kind of Project. EPCG can also be availed of along with the Project Imports. We can help to get registration of Project imports with the relevant customs house and clear the consignments from Customs department.

    We also take contract to provide end to end logistics solution to our clients including logistics, customs clearances, licensing, approvals Duty benefit schemes like EPCG and related requirements.

    Our efforts help our clients to make a much better planning, documentation sequencing and utilization of benefits, and helps in substantial cost reductions.

    Re-Importation of Indigenously Manufactured / Imported Goods

    Often goods indigenously manufactured when exported are returned back for various reasons including cancellation of export order or supply incorrect quantity or wrong supply or return of goods after exhibition / display etc. The Machines return after use in particular project / contract or after completion of the contract. Imported goods which may have discharged duties at the time of original importation have also to be often sent out for repair, reconditioning etc. Private, personal imported property may also have to be sent abroad for repair within the warranty period and returned. There are also goods which may have to be sent for special processes like electroplating, polishing or coating and re-imported.

    Re-Exportation

    There is often occasions where imported goods may have to be re-exported. Such situations arise where the import goods found defective after customs clearance or these are not found according to specifications or requirements of the Indian consignee. Various machinery items after import for use in certain projects or otherwise are also often sought to be re-exported by the original owner. Re-exports can be made by sea, air, baggage or post. We provide our experts services to our clients in the matter of Re-import and Re- export of the goods.

    100% EOU/STP/EHTP/ BTPS IMPORT CLEARANCE

    The Units which undertake to export their entire production of goods and services (except permissible sales in DTA), may be set up under the Export Oriented Unit (EOU) Scheme, Electronics Hardware Technology Park (EHTP) Scheme, Software Technology Park (STP) Scheme or Bio-Technology Park (BTP) Scheme for manufacture of goods, including repair, re-making, reconditioning, re-engineering and rendering of services. Trading units are not covered under these schemes.

    An EOU / EHTP / STP / BTP unit may import and /or procure, from DTA or bonded warehouses in DTA / international exhibition held in India, without payment of duty, all types of goods, including capital goods, required for its activities, provided they are not prohibited items of import in the ITC (HS). Any permission required for import under any other law shall be applicable. Units shall also be permitted to import goods including capital goods required for approved activity, free of cost or on loan / lease from clients. Import of capital goods will be on a self certification basis. Goods imported by a unit shall be with actual user condition and shall be utilized for export production.

    Special Economic Zone (SEZ) / Free Trade Warehousing Zone (FTWZ)

    SEZ- After extensive consultations, the SEZ Act, 2005, supported by SEZ Rules, came into effect on 10th February, 2006, providing for drastic simplification of procedures and for single window clearance on matters relating to central as well as state governments. On June 23, 2005, the Parliament of India passed the Special Economic Zones Act 2005 and on February 10, 2006 Government of India notified Special Economic Zone Rules 2006. The incentives and facilities offered to the units in SEZs for attracting investments into the SEZs, including foreign investment include Duty free import/domestic procurement of goods for development, operation and maintenance of SEZ units.

    FTWZ - Free Trade and Warehousing Zones is a policy of the Government of India. It was announced in the Foreign Trade Policy 2004-09 to set up Free Trade and Warehousing Zones (FTWZ) to create trade related infrastructure to facilitate the import and export of goods and services with freedom to carry out trade transactions in free currency. The Free Trade and Warehousing Zones (FTWZ) is a special category of Special Economic Zone and is governed by the provisions of the SEZ Act and the Rules.

    We offer our consultancy and operational support to Developers and units working under SEZ / FTWZ in their imports and on other EXIM and service Tax issues.

    DGFT (Directorate General of Foreign Trade)

    DGFT (Directorate General of Foreign Trade) is a Government organization with main objectives of promoting export and import in India. DGFT is also responsible to create and implement guidelines for importers and exporters of India. DGFT issues Importers & Exporters Code Numbers, grants permission for free trades, controls export incentives Rates, helps in promoting imports and exports, and coordinates with state governments and all the other departments of Ministry of Commerce and Industry, Government of India.

    SAP Global Logistics offer our Advisory and Consultancy services on Foreign Trade policy and Procedures, which includes advising, preparing, submission and obtaining the licensing benefits from the concerned regional licensing Authority.

    We provide Assistance and Consultancy Services on all DGFT related matters: 

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