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Activation of RMS (Import) at ICD TUMB -reg.

Customs - 24/2016 - Dated:- 6-10-2016 - OFFICE OF THE PRINCIPAL COMMISSIONER OF CUSTOMS CUSTOM HOUSE', NAVRANGPURA, AHMEDABAD - 380 009 F.NO. VIII/48-08/Cus/Sys/2015 Date: 06.10.2016 PUBLIC NOTICE NUMBER: 24/2016 Sub: Attention of all Importers, Custom House Agents (CHA) and members of the Trade is invited to the Board's Circulars 43/2005 dated 24/11/2005, issued from F. No. 450/66/2005 Cus IV on the Risk Management System (RMS). Kind attention is also invited to the Board's circular .....

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ble low risk consignments to be cleared based on the acceptance of the importer's self assessment and without examination. This will enable the department to enhance the level of facilitation and speed up the process of cargo clearance without compromising the interests of revenue. With the introduction of the RMS, the present practice of routine assessment, concurrent audit and examination of almost all Bills of Entry will be discontinued and the focus will be on quality assessment, examina .....

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e importer. The goods will be ready for out of charge on the basis of the importers declaration/self assessment and without any assessment/examination by the officers. Thus, when Bills of Entry are filed through ICEGATE or Service Centre, importers would be able to obtain, the copies of their self assessed Bills of Entry and Challan within a very short time. After payment of duty, goods can be cleared on presentation of the required documents for Customs out of Charge to the Shed Appraiser poste .....

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e treatment and instructions communicated by the RMS. 5. The RMS Process: Declaration of Bills of Entry and the Import General Manifest (IGM) are filed electronically in the ICES either through the Service Centre or through ICEGATE. The RMS will process the data in the Bill of Entry and IGM through a series of steps and generate an electronic output for the ICES. This output will determine whether the Bill of Entry will be taken-up for action (assessment or examination, or both, by the officers) .....

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6-Customs dated 22.07.2016 on the subject may be referred in this regard. For details please visit www.cbec.gov.in or www.icegate.gov.in, from where the application form can be downloaded. All eligible Importers are advised to apply to the Principal Commissioner and avail the benefits of the scheme. Once granted AEO status, the benefits of AEO scheme may be availed by the importer across all ports/airports/ICD/CFS in India where RMS is rolled out. Though most AEO Bills of Entry will be selected .....

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ods. Though self assessment facility is given to the AEO importers and examination waiver is also given to them, the compulsory compliance requirements (CCRs), for the import of goods must be fulfilled by the importer/CHA before seeking out of charge. Therefore, it is advisable that the CHA/importer keep ready all the certificates, permits, licenses or any other document which are essential for the clearance of the goods or for availing any duty exemption. After goods registration is done in the .....

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ocess and movement of Bill of Entry in the ICES but for the abolition of the concurrent audit and changes in Bond management. Importers/CHAs filing Bs/E shall note the following a. Bond Details: For B/Es filed, the importer/CHA has to specify the running EDI bond number, if any, at the time of filing a B/E. The Bond debits will be system driven. The existing system of approval of the quantum of bond debit during assessment will be dispensed with. In view of this, it is advisable that the importe .....

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ier, CHA/Importer must indicate this in the relevant column in the Annexure filed at the Service Center/ICEGATE. SVB File number, Name of the Custom House, details of SVB loading like load on duty/value/both and whether loading is provisional or final should be submitted properly in the annexure to the BE. The ICES will assess the BE provisionally/finally based on this indication. Failure to indicate valid SVB details in the annexure would lead to non facilitation. c. Undertaking: If there is an .....

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availing specific notification benefit, the Importer is required to submit certain Customs Duty exemption certificates from designated authorities like Directorate General of Hydrocarbons, Directorate of Health services, Ministry of Defence, et al. Importers must mention the details of all such certificates in the Annexure to the BE while filing at the ICEGATE/Service centre. It may please be noted that goods registration cannot be done without proper debit of bonds. As regards undertakings, ce .....

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amendments in the ICES will continue. Whenever the importer/CHA desires to seek an amendment to a Bill of entry, even if such a BE is not selected for action, the Group AC/DC and the group AO should be contacted. 9. Assessment of BE: Bills of Entry selected by the RMS for assessment will be sent to Appraising group. Present assessment process in ICES will continue except with the change that concurrent audit will be abolished and replaced by Post Clearance Audit (PCA). The instruction for asses .....

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at the borders. For each customs tariff head mentioned in the B/E, requirements under each of the Allied Acts (including the Foreign Trade Policy) are printed on the BE. In addition to the CCRs which are CT H specific, the RMS prints the list of crucial documents/Certificates/Undertakings etc to be collected for each exemption notifications claimed in the BE. Importers and CHA's are advised to study the Allied Acts and Notifications and prepare the necessary documentation before filing B/E. .....

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, FRUITS AND SEEDS (REGULATION OF IMPORT INTO INDIA) ORDER, 1989 THE PREVENTION OF FOOD ADULTERATION ACT,1954 AND RULES, 1955 THE DRUGS & COSMETICS ACT,1940 THE DRUG AND MAGIC REMEDIES(OBJECTIONABLE ADVERTISIMENTS) ACT,1954 THE NARCOTICS DRUGS AND PSYCHOTROPIC SUBSTANCES ACT, 1988 THE ATOMIC ENERGY ACT,1962; THE ARMS ACT, 1959. THE EXPLOSIVE ACT,1884 AND RULES 1983 THE GAS CYLINDER RULES,1981 AND S & MPV(UNFIRED) RULES,1981 THE ENVIRONMENT (PROTECTION) ACT,1986 AND RULES,1986 THE OZONE D .....

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le on the CBEC website www.cbec.gov.in. In order to get full benefit of reduction in dwell time, it is advisable for the importers/CHAs to ensure that the required documentation is meticulously prepared and kept ready when the B/E is filed. 11. Examination and out of Charge: Based on the RMS output a Bill of entry may be sent for examination alone without any assessment. Such bills of entry will be examined by the officers based on the system examination order and suggested CCRs. All other bills .....

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r/CHA complies with the CCRs and produces the required documents. In case of Ex-bond Bills of Entry, the OOC will be given by Superintendent (Bond Section). 12. Document submission: It is essential that all the documents are submitted to the proper officer (AO/Superintendent) before getting Out of Charge to the goods. In addition to the documents required for CCRs, the following documents where-ever applicable shall be submitted by the CHA/Importer and docketed after affixing the signature on ea .....

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manual, analytical reports, CE certificates etc (depending on the item of import and the periodicity of such imports by the same importer, the Importer may be asked to give a copy of these documents else, the BE No and Date with which such documents were already given shall be mentioned). viii. Copy of the Purchase Order, Contract, Sale Agreement ix. Copy of the Letter of Credit, x. NOC from ADC xi. Copy of Delivery Order xii. Copy of Bond/Undertaking if any All these documents should be neatly .....

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erification Programme is to monitor, maintain and enhance compliance levels, while reducing the dwell time of cargo. The selection for PCA will be done by the RMS. The bills of entry selected for this purpose will be processed for PCA in ICES. The officers posted in the PCA section will verify the compliance from the documents selected by the RMS. The officers will scrutinize the on screen data and may also look at the documents submitted by the Importer/CHA at the time of out of charge. The dem .....

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is acceptable to the importer; he may pay the duty difference voluntarily. In case there is no agreement, the formal processes of demand notices, adjudication etc., would follow. Undue delay in responding to the Consultative Letter may lead to non-facilitation (in any case within 30 days). 14. DATA Quality: The RMS is designed in a manner whereby Importers/CHAs giving proper data in the BE filed will be facilitated. The system identifies the shortcomings in any Bill of Entry and directs such Bil .....

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i.e. assessment or examination. It hardly needs emphasis that compliance in all its dimensions is in the mutual interest of the Government and the Trade and Industry and it will enable the government to give increasing levels of facilitation. It is expected from all importers/CHA that they have suitable mechanisms in place to ensure that their declarations are accurate, sufficient and factually correct. While all the fields in the bills of entry must be meticulously filled, particular attention .....

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