Import and Export Management

With any of our order management, freight forwarding, warehousing or distribution solutions, we provide a single source consistency in managing your shipment with the provision of customs brokerage and trade solutions. The advantages can be exponential in terms of improved cross-border movement, reduced costs and improved cycle times.

Customs/Central Excise Consultancy:

In what was originally known as the Mysore Central Excise & Customs Collectorate in the erstwhile princely State of Mysore, and the State of Mysore headquartered at Bangalore after reorganization of the States in 1956, later became the Karnataka Central Excise & Customs Collectorate, when the State of Mysore became known as Karnataka in 1973.

The Mysore Central Excise & Customs Collectorate, which came into effect from 18th July 1957, had jurisdiction over the entire State of Mysore. It then comprised of four Divisions viz, Bangalore, Mysore, Belgaum and Castle Rock, which number increased over a period of time.

In 1983, the Karnataka Customs and Central Excise Collectorate was split into Bangalore Central Excise Collectorate, Belgaum Central Excise Collectorate and Karnataka Customs Collectorate.

As on date, the State of Karnataka has one Customs Zone, two Central Excise Zones and one Zone for Large Tax Paying Units (LTU) under the charge of Chief Commissioners who oversee performance of two Customs Commissionerates, six Central Excise Commissionerates, one exclusive Service Tax Commissionerate and one LTU Commissionerate, each headed by a Commissioner.

100% EOU:

The Export Oriented Units (EOUs) scheme, introduced in early 1981, is complementary to the SEZ scheme. It adopts the same production regime but offers a wide option in locations with reference to factors like source of raw materials, ports of export, hinterland facilities, availability of technological skills, existence of an industrial base and the need for a larger area of land for the project. As on 31st December 2005, 1924 units are in operation under the EOU scheme.

STPI Licence Undertaking

The Software Technology Park (STP) scheme is for providing facilities to IT industry for undertaking software development and IT enabled services for 100% exports using data communication links in the form of physical exports including export of professional services. Individual units can also be allowed to do business in the domestic (Indian) market up to 50% of the exports. STP units can also undertake commercial training. STP units also regulate the IT business through licensing, acting as a link between the customer and Government authorities and agencies. Under the scheme, IT industries are provided certain concession in duties, levies and taxes..

Clearance under EPCG & JDGFT

  • Checking of the documents received to ensure conformity with requirement.

  • Verification of Licence in Customs through Bulletin.

  • Registration of EPCG Licence with Custom.

  • Preparation of LUT Bond.

  • Preparation of Bank Guarantee Format.

  • Obtaining CRA/TRA if required.

  • Obtaining Freight Certificate from Shipping Company / Air Console Agent

  • Preparation of Bill of Entry.

  • Processing of Bill of Entry in Custom.

  • Completion of Shipping Company / Airlines formalities in Docks.

  • Completion of Octroi formalities in Docks.

  • Arrangement for Customs & (other Relevant Authorities whenever required) Examination and Out of charge in Docks.

  • Arrangement of Insurance, and Air/Ship Survey whenever required.

  • Loading of the Consignment from Docks.

  • Transportation to destination if required.