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Single Window Project - Simplification of procedure in SWIFT for clearance of consignments related to drugs & cosmetics

Customs - 28/2016 - Dated:- 14-6-2016 - Circular No. 28/2016-Cus F.No.450/147/2015-Cus-IV Government of India Ministry of Finance Department of Revenue (Central Board of Excise and Customs) New Delhi, dated the 14th June, 2016 To, All Chief Commissioners of Customs / Customs (Preventive), All Chief Commissioners of Customs and Central Excise, All Commissioners of Customs / Customs (Preventive), All Commissioners of Customs and Central Excise. Sir/Madam, Subject: Single Window Project - Simplific .....

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ronically lodge their Customs clearance documents at a single point only with the Customs. The required permission, if any, from Partner Government Agencies (PGAs) such as Animal Quarantine, Plant Quarantine, Drug Controller, Food Safety and Standards Authority of India, Textile Committee etc. is obtained online without the importer/exporter having to separately approach these agencies. This has been made possible through a common, seamlessly integrated IT systems utilized by all regulatory agen .....

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Controller General of India the following decisions have been taken to simplify the procedure for clearance of such goods: Items that are Chemicals and Not drugs 2.1 Several items falling under different Customs Tariff Heads which have been mapped in SWIFT as requiring clearance from Assistant Drug Controller's (ADC) office are chemicals and not drugs. These are being routed for ADC's clearance by virtue of the Customs Tariff Heads under which they are declared, and the ADC's office .....

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ners. The Board has already established a Working Group to examine all such items. The PEC will be duly updated after holding consultations in the Working Group and with the approval of the concerned PGAs (DCGI - in case of drugs and cosmetics items). Dual Use Items & Excipients 2.2 Several items falling under different Customs Tariff Heads which have been mapped in SWIFT as requiring clearance from Assistant Drug Controller's (ADC) office have dual use (use for medicinal and non-medicin .....

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tems that are not pharmaceutical grade or items that do not contain any Active Pharmaceutical Ingredients (API) need not be referred to the ADC for NoC. Therefore, in respect of the category of dual-use items or excipients, in the Integrated Declaration, the items will normally not be referred to the ADC clearance if the importers or their Customs Brokers declare as follows: (i) While providing the item details, it must be declared that the item is not pharmaceutical grade and does not contain a .....

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her, the procedure for drawing of samples for drugs has been streamlined. Customs officers may carry out the inspection of all drug/cosmetics consignments. They shall forward copies of authenticated labels of consignments for verification by the ADCs office. In cases where the consignments have to be opened for the drawing of product samples, an officer from the ADC's office shall draw the samples. The ADC's office reserve the right to inspect any drugs/cosmetics consignment. 2.4 It was .....

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ot be drawn again for subsequent consignments/items pertaining to the same batch for the purposes of giving NOC. Letters of Guarantee and Undertakings 2.5 For different situations of clearance, the DCGI requires the importer to present letters of declarations, undertaking and letters of guarantee in formats prescribed in its Guidance Document. It was decided that wherever the text of these declarations, undertakings, and letters of guarantee are provided as part of the integrated declaration and .....

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