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Flex Engg. Ltd. Versus Commissioner of Central Excise - 2012 (1) TMI 17 - Supreme Court of India - Central Excise

......... are not fit for sale and hence not marketable at the factory gate. We are, therefore, of the opinion that the manufacturing process in the present case gets completed on testing of the said machines and hence, the afore-stated goods viz. the flexible plastic films used for testing the F and S machines are inputs used in relation to the manufacture of the final product and would be eligible for Modvat credit under Rule 57A of the Rules. 22. emsp In view of the a foregoing discussion, the opinion rendered by the High Court on the questions referred by the Tribunal cannot be sustained. We hold that the process of testing the customised machines is integrally connected with the ultimate production of the final product viz. the F and S machines and therefore, that process is one in relation to the manufacture, falling within the sweep of Rule 57A of the Rules. Consequently, the appeals are allowed and the impugned orders are set aside, leaving the parties to bear their own costs.



 

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