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Export procedure, requisites
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Interested in Exports remember:
India is a growing export market & all products can be exported.

Procedures for being an Exporter:

  • Forming a firm for export, having a name ending with the terms International, Exim, Impex which are sugestive of business nature.

  • Obtain a Sales Tax Number.

  • Obtain a I T Number.

  •  Apply for a IE (Import Export) Code.

  • Register with related Export Promotion Counsils like CHEMXIL, EEPC, Leather Export promotion Counsil or Fedration of Indian Export Organisations (FIEO).
    Promote your business.

  • Join J K Logistics Trade Leads (An exhaustive location to hunt for your business promotion)
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Export / Import Trade Terms:

  • Entry -
    ‘Entry’ in relation to goods means an entry made in a Bill of Entry, Shipping Bill or Bill of Export. It includes (a) label or declaration accompanying the goods which contains description, quantity and value of the goods, in case of postal articles u/s 82 (b) Entry to be made in case of goods to be exported (c) Entry in respect of goods imported which are not accompanied by label or declaration made as per provisions of section 84. [section 2(16)].

  •  Amendment to documents -
    Importer, exporter or 'Person In charge' have to submit various documents to customs authorities like Bill of Entry, Import Manifest, Export Manifest etc. Some times, it may become necessary to amend the document due to various reasons like change in classification, clerical mistake in document, change in unloading / loading plan of vessel etc. In such case, permission to amend these documents have to be obtained from customs authorities. Such permission can be given if there are no fraudulent intentions.
    In case of bill of entry, shipping bill or bill of export, it can be amended after clearance only on the basis of documentary evidence which was in existence at the time the goods were cleared, warehoused or exported, and not on basis of any subsequent document. [proviso to section 149].

  • Customs Station -
    Imported goods are permitted to be unloaded only at specified places. Similarly, goods can be exported only from specified area. In view of this, definitions of ‘Customs Station’ is important.
    Customs area means all area of Customs Station and includes any area where imported goods or export goods are ordinarily kept pending clearance by Customs authorities. Thus, ‘Customs Area’ could include some area even outside the ‘Customs Station’. Customs Station means (a) customs port (b) inland container depot (c) customs airport and (d) land customs station.
    These are few of the Trade Terms involved in Export / Import to know more join J K Logistics Trade Leads (Continuously updated link for all new happenings in the Foreign Trade Industry)
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