When the relevant paperwork are received, the customs officer verifies them against the physical quantity of goods received. He or she prepares the shipping bill for products exported from India and sends a copy to the dock appraiser.
Bill of Lading or Delivery Order/Airway Bill.
GATT declaration form duly filled in.
Importers/ CHA's declaration.
License wherever necessary.
Letter of Credit/Bank Draft/wherever necessary.
The exporter or his agents must complete the following formalities in order to clear export goods: Prior to filing a shipping bill for approval of export products, exporters must get a PAN-based Business Identification Number (BIN) from the Directorate General of Foreign Trade.
Self-assessment. As an exporter, you'll have to assess the duty on the things you're shipping.
Bill of Lading In the event of non-EDI ports, the Shipping Bill is generated using the Indian Customs EDI System (ICES) or the non-EDI mode.
System for Risk Management.
Audit after clearance.
The bill of entry is created based on the importer's or Customs Broker's/ CHA declaration for importing goods. The BL (Bill of Lading) is a document created by a shipping company for the purpose of transporting goods.
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