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Central Excise - Started By: - Raja krishnan - Dated:- 16-1-2016 Last Replied Date:- 22-1-2016 - Dear Sir, A having export order so please explain the procedure and how to do their Exports as well as Imports. Please explain briefly with Notification & related circulars if any. - Reply By Rajagopalan Ranganathan - The Reply = Sir, Please see Chapter 7 of CBEC's Central Excise Manual, 2005 for the procedures required by you. - Reply By MARIAPPAN GOVINDARAJAN - The Reply = Shri Rajagopalan .....

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to their jurisdictional Central Excise Department.Material may directly be shipped to the port by the supplier as per your instruction along with the supplier's excise invoice and duly filled ARE-1. After that you may raise your export invoice and packing list.On the Shipping Bill, you would have to incorporate the name of the manufacturer/supplier. You would have to file the proof of export and duly acknowledged copy of the same would be provided to the supplier for his future use.However, .....

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RI SETHI - The Reply = Sir, Basic procedure remains the same as per Chapter 7 of CBEC's Central Excise Manual, 2005. Formalities of paper work remains the same. However, Notification Nos.42/2001-CE(NT) to 45/2001-CE(NT) have been amended umpteen times.Procedure for export to Nepal has changed vide Notification No. 26/2011-C.E. (N.T.), dated 5-12-2011. Most of the amendments pertain to the precautions and measures to be taken by the officers of the deptt. for curbing the misuse of export faci .....

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been effected in various notification and export to Nepal was made on par with export to other countries. But the prescribed procedure has not undergone drastic changes. Therefore I advised to refer to Chapter 7 of the manual. - Reply By Mahir S - The Reply = Yes sir, the basic primary procedure enumerated as envisaged under chapter 7 of the CBEC Manual is operative till today, as rightly explained above in detail. - Reply By Mahir S - The Reply = Sir,The procedure to be followed by a is as und .....

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against CT-1 and Form-H.6. Duty Forgone based on local sales invoice is mentioned on ARE-1 to complete it.7. Local sales invoice to carry name of end customer (foreign buyer to whom is going to ship the product)8. After excise examination and sealing inform the about it.9. raises Export Sales Invoice on its foreign buyer in foreign currency and prepare Packing List and provide it to Manufacturer and ask him to load the material on lorry and move it to Indian custom port from where goods will be .....

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