The simplest approach to begin the process is to educate yourself. We usually recommend that customers have a basic understanding of international trade operations. The following step is to schedule a one-on-one meeting with us to acquire an analysis of commodity-related legislation and operational elements that pertain to your company.
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IEC Code is mandatory. No person or entity shall make any Import or Export without IEC Code Number, unless specifically exempted.
IEC Code is not required when: –
The import and export is done by the government departments
The import and export is done by certain notified charitable NGOs.
Products for personal use are imported or exported.
The most crucial are standard papers, such as business invoices and certificates of origin, Bill of Entry,Insurance certificate,Purchase Order etc. However, each commodity may need supplementary paperwork.
Yes. Even if you are starting with small quantities, you need to align yourself with local regulations from the start. You must need the type of licenses governing imports. For exporting, licenses will depend on the jurisdiction you want to export to.
‘Restricted’ articles are those whose import is only authorised with a Permission/ Licence/Authorisation or in accordance with the procedure outlined in a Public Notice/ Notification. The list of ‘Restricted’ products may be found in the (ITC- HS) categorization of import and export items.
This method was created to facilitate the systematic classification of items or goods all around the world.
The WCO (World Customs Organization) designed the system nomenclature, which went into force in 1988.
A 6-digit universal number known as the HS Code defines over 5000 items and is accepted internationally.
The Indian Trade Classification (Harmonized System) (ITC) (HS) code is composed of eight digits (the first 6 digits are common as per WCO with an additional 2 digits for added specificity). The ITC HS is divided into two schedules: Schedule 1 (import tariff) and Schedule 2 (export tariff).
The sole purpose of HS Code is to classify goods systematic and logical manner.
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