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Our Clients

• Tube Product of India

• Ticycles

• Bloomstone of India

• Nautra Exports

• Tech Zone

• Darshan International

• Grandeur Granites

• Anuga Natural Stones

• JCL Exports

• Lalitha Enterprises

• Hi Tech

• Good Lift Tyres

• Cone Elevators India Pvt Ltd

Export Document Required

EXPORT The typical customs clearance procedures for Export are depicted below.

EXPORTS We give below the list of documents, which are normally required to be produced for processing of Export consignments.

Routine exports
prior to shipment for registration with customs:

• Exporter’s Database

• I.E.C. No. (Copy certificate needed for first shipment)

• Letter from Bankers furnishing Exporter’s IE Code No., Account No & Authorized dealer code No.

• If Shipment is under Drawback, Account to be opened with Indian Bank Harbour Branch, Chennai & the Account No. to be registered with customs.

• DOCUMENTS REQUIRED FOR
Invoice & Packing list (5 copies each)

• Copy of L/C. (or) Contract / Purchase Order.

• SDF Form in duplicate for every shipment Invoice.

• A.R.E.1 in duplicate

• Technical details / Catalogues (first shipment).

• Shipping Instructions

• If shipments are under DBK, DEEC, DEPB, DFRC – Respective declarations in duplicate. When shipment is under DEEC (or) EPCG license details to be registered with customs prior to shipment. Hence, original License with Annexure, DGFT Forwarding Letter along with copy of shipper’s application to DGFT for Issuance of License to be forwarded for necessary registration with customs.

• Invoice (Value duly certified by the Bankers stating “No commercial value, value for Customs Purpose only”)

• Working sheet for export value

• Chartered Engineers certificate.

• Original Import documents (i.e. Triplicate B/E, Invoice) to establish the identity of goods.

• Supplier’s confirmation to return the goods.

• Letter addressed to The Dy. Commissioner of Customs, Custom House, Chennai explaining 
the reason for re-export along with copy of correspondences exchanged with suppliers leading to re-export

• Acknowledgement from Supplier for having received the cargo. This is required for processing the drawback claim.

• Re-Export For Repairs(Free Shipping Bill)

• 1. Invoice (Value duly certified by the Bankers stating “No commercial value, value for Customs purpose only”)

• Acceptance from suppliers to carry out the repair work at their end.

• Copy of import documents (legible copy of Bill of Entry and Invoice - custom attested).

• Packages are to be embossed with indelible marking to establish the identity at the time of re-import of repaired goods.

• Letter addressed to The Dy. Commissioner of Customs, Custom House, Chennai explaining the reason for re-export along with copy of correspondences exchanged with suppliers leading to re-export.