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Compliance of “Handling of Cargo in Customs Areas Regulations, 2009” by Port Terminals, CFSs, Shipping Lines and Transporters to reduce the dwell time for clearance of imported / export goods reg.

Customs - 121/2016 - Dated:- 8-9-2016 - OFFICE OF THE COMMISSIONER OF CUSTOMS, NS-G MUMBAI CUSTOMS ZONE-II, JAWAHARLAL NEHRU CUSTOM HOUSE NHAVA SHEVA, TAL: URAN, DIST : RAIGAD. PIN - 400707 F.No.: S/5-Gen-90/2014 CFS M.Cell Date : 08.09.2016 PUBLIC NOTICE NO. 121/2016 Sub: Compliance of Handling of Cargo in Customs Areas Regulations, 2009 by Port Terminals, CFSs, Shipping Lines and Transporters to reduce the dwell time for clearance of imported / export goods reg. Attention of the Members of Tra .....

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patch or otherwise handling of imported goods and export goods and includes a custodian as referred to in section 45 of the Act and persons as referred to in sub-section (2) of section 141 of the said Act; 3. CBEC vide Circular No. 13/2009-Cus., dated 23-3-2009 [F.No. 450/55/2008Cus.IV] has already clarified that Handling of Cargo in Customs Areas Regulations, 2009 provide for the manner in which the imported goods/export goods shall be received, stored, delivered or otherwise handled in a custo .....

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rs, etc. The regulations would also cover consolidators/break bulk agents and other persons handling imported/export goods in any capacity in a customs area. The regulations provide for various responsibilities and conditions for different kinds of CCSPs. 4. Port Terminals, CFSs, Shipping Lines and Transporters are responsible for receipt, storage, delivery, dispatch or otherwise handling of imported goods and export goods in a customs area and therefore required to comply with provisions of Han .....

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re, equipment and adequate manpower for loading, unloading, stacking, handling stuffing and de-stuffing of containers, storage, dispatch and delivery of containers and cargo etc. to the satisfaction of the Commissioner of Customs. 6. The Clause (n) of said Regulation 5 (1) also provides that Customs Cargo Service provider shall provide such other facilities as the Commissioner of Customs may specify having regard to the custody and handling of imported or export goods in a customs area; 7. Sub R .....

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ducing costs involved, following directions are issued to Port Terminals, CFSs, Shipping Lines and Transporters (engaged by CFSs / Port Terminals / Importers) in terms of Clause (n) of Regulation 5(1) and Sub Regulation (2) of Regulation 7 of Handling of Cargo in Customs Areas Regulations, 2009: i. Dwell time can be reduced considerably by early evacuation of imported containers from Port area. For efficient operation, all import containers should be picked up on best pick up basis inside the po .....

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ling of Cargo in Customs Areas Regulations, 2009. ii. Port Terminals should also issue directions to all CFSs, ICDs, Shipping Lines, Importers (availing DPD facilities) and transporters that all imported containers should be removed from the Port premises within 24 Hrs of Entry Inward. In order to effectively implement aforesaid directions, advance intimation of arrival of vessel and cargo shall be given by Shipping Lines and Port Terminals to all stakeholders within 24 hours of departure of ves .....

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comply with direction for removing containers from the Port premises within 24 Hrs of Entry Inward. 9.2 Any delay on the part of Customs at any stage of clearance process should be brought to the knowledge of ADC (PG) (Issues relating to Entry Inward, Port Clearance, amendment etc) & ADC(EDI) (SMTP, Scanning list generation &transmission or any system related issues), who will ensure that any technical or other issues are resolved within 02 hours of receipt of communication. 10.1 Attent .....

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