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M/s Central Warehousing Corporation

Customs - 10/2016 - Dated:- 16-2-2016 - OFFICE OF THE COMMISSIONER OF CUSTOMS CITY COMMISSIONERATE, CENTRAL REVENUE BUILDINGS P.B. NO. 5400, QUEEN'S ROAD, BENGALURU-560 001 C.NO. V111/48/45/2000 City Cus.Tech. Pt.F. IV. Date:16.2.2016 PUBLIC NOTICE NO. 10/2016 M/S. Central Warehousing Corporation, Whitefield, Bengaluru, holders of PAN No.AAACC1206D, a Public Sector Undertaking of GOI, was approved vide Notification No. 03/2001 Cus (NT) dated 19.2.2001, as a Customs Cargo Service Provider (CC .....

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ted 09.04.2012 and was amended vide notification 01/2014 (NT) dated 11.4.2014 for the period up to 18.02.2016. 2. M/S. Central Warehousing Corporation, vide their letter dated 7.11.2015 have applied for renewal of their Cargo Custodianship at CFS, CWC, Whitefield, Bengaluru. The Custodians have executed a Custodian cum Carrier Bond of ₹ 75 Crores (Rupees Seventy five Crores only) on 22.03.2013 towards Custodianship of import/Export goods/Cargoes at CFS, CWC, Whitefield, Bengaluru, until th .....

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e, Bengaluru, do hereby extend the Custodianship of M/S. CWC up to 17.2.2021 or until further orders, whichever is earlier in accordance with the provisions laid down under the Customs Act, 1962 and any other Laws, Rules and Regulations, Notifications, Instructions, Circulars, Public Notices made there under, subject to the following conditions: (i) Central Warehousing Corporation, Whitefield, Bangalore, as the custodian of the imported goods, and goods meant for Export, are required to comply w .....

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s as applicable. (iii) The goods shall be stored in the Customs Area located falling under the Survey Nos. 101, 108, 109 & CA Common Amenities) at EPIP, Whitefield, Bengaluru, Karnataka. 4. Insurance of all goods held in Customs area shall be made by the Custodian. The Custodian is responsible for any loss arising on account of fire, theft, pilferage etc and make good the loss to the importer and this liability is unambiguously of the custodian in any legal proceedings that may follow on acc .....

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ss of goods during transshipment theft, remains the undivided responsibility of the Custodian. 6. The Custodian shall make adequate arrangements for sanitary facilities, water supply and other allied facilities, including canteen facility, for the officers working in the area. 7. The Custodian shall provide free furnished office space for the Customs Department at place of clearance. 8. Residential accommodation for the Customs staff posted in the area shall also be provided for by the Custodian .....

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11. The Custodian shall provide free suitable transport for the Customs staff from the nearest railway-head or suitable point. 12. The goods which are not cleared for home consumption or warehoused or transshipped or exported within 30 days of unloading thereof, at Customs Stations or within such further time as the proper officer may allow or if the title to any imported or export goods is relinquished, shall not be sold under Section 48 of the Customs Act, 1962 or otherwise by the Custodian un .....

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under Regulation 5 of Handling of Cargo in Customs areas Regulations, 2009. (i) Infrastructure, equipment and adequate manpower for loading, unloading, stacking, handling, stuffing and de-stuffing of containers, storage, dispatch and delivery of containers and cargo etc., including: (a) standard pavement for heavy duty equipment for use in the operational and stacking area; (b) building for Customs office, Customs Electronic Data Interchange (EDI) Service Centre and user agencies with basic ame .....

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e connectivity with the Customs Automated system; and for exchange of information between Customs Community partners; (k) facilities for auction, including by e-auction, for disposal of uncleared, unclaimed or abandoned cargo; (l) facilities for installation of scanning equipment; (m) security and access control to prohibit unauthorized access into the premises, and (n) such other facilities as the Commissioner of Customs may specify having regard to the custody and handling of imported or expor .....

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hich have already been insured by the importers or exporters. The insurance shall be renewed time to time on its expiry. (2) on expiry of the Bond, the custodian shall execute a fresh bond equal to the average amount of duty involved on the imported goods and ten percent. of value of export goods likely to be stored in the customs area during a period of thirty days. (3) The custodian shall also execute a separate bond for an amount equal to ten percent of value of export goods towards the expor .....

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cord of each activity or action taken in relation to the movement or handling of imported or export goods and goods brought for transhipment; (c) display or make available in any other manner, information of process or movement or handling of imported or export goods and goods brought for transhipment; (d) demarcate separate areas for unloading of imported goods for their storage with respect to the category of importers, nature of goods, place of destination, mode of transportation or any other .....

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erwise deal with, except under and in accordance with the permission in writing of the proper officer; (g) not permit any export cargo to enter the customs area without a Shipping Bill or a bill of export having been filed with the proper officer; (h) not permit any import cargo to enter the customs area or be unloaded therein without the import report or the import manifest having been filed with the proper officer; (i) be responsible for the safety and security of imported and export goods und .....

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the manner specified and within a time limit of ninety days, the imported or export goods lying unclaimed, uncleared or abandoned: Provided that the period of ninety days may be extended by the Commissioner of Customs by such further period as may be allowed, on sufficient cause being shown for delay in the disposal; (n) not make any alteration in the entry or exit points or boundary wall without the permission of the Commissioner of Customs; (o) shall observe the Central Government holidays as .....

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