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For facilitation of the trade and the Exporters it has been decided to allow Transhipment of Export Cargo by Air from the Air Cargo Complex Kolkata to other Air Cargo Complexes. The procedure for this purpose would be the following as provided in CBEC Circular No. 6/2007 dated 22.01.2007

Customs - 84/2016 - Dated:- 3-10-2016 - GOVERNMENT OF INDIA OFFICE OF THE PRINCIPAL COMMISSIONER OF CUSTOMS (A&A) AIR CARGO COMPLEX: NSCBI AIRPORT: KOLKATA-52 F. No. S40-139/15 ACC, EDI Dated: 03.10.2016 PUBLIC NOTICE NO: 84/2016 . 2. The Airlines or their duly approved agents, the Airport Authority of India or the custodian at the destination may approach the undersigned for their appointment as the TP Custodian for TP cargo from ACC to the destination. The appointment will be valid for one .....

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d value as per CBEC circular No. 34/2001 dated 13.06.2001), holding them responsible for shortages or pilferage. 6. The TP Custodian will present TP application to the Superintendent of Customs (TP Section) on duty. The original TP copy must be affixed with ₹20/- stamp as TP fees. The TP application should contain the following details:- • Master Airway Bill No • Flight No. and date • Name and address of the Exporter • Name and address of the Consignee • Country of .....

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te sector Airlines flights. 8.1. Transhipment of Cargo from a Gateway Airport to an Inland Airport: (i) On arrival of flight, the transhipment cargo should be segregated in custodian's premises. (ii) For transhipment of cargo, the carrier/ console agent is required to file an application for transhipment of cargo, consigned to another airport as indicated in HAWB. Cargo Transfer Manifest (CTM) prepared by the carrier/console agent, as the case may be, shall itself be treated as application f .....

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pment cargo. No physical examination needs to be conducted, except on specific intelligence, for allowing transhipment and only marks and numbers of cargo need to be verified. (iv) The receiving airlines should prepare its cargo manifest and transhipment be allowed under Customs supervision. The value of transhipped cargo should be debited from the Transhipment Bond. (v) Customs at destination airport will acknowledge the receipt of the cargo and send back the acknowledgement manifest through th .....

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The carrier is required to file application for transhipment of cargo and CTM prepared by the airlines shall be treated as application for transhipment. Such transhipment should be approved by the Proper Officer. (iii) Cargo mentioned in CTM needs to be escorted by the Preventive Officer from the warehouse of custodian to the export terminal. Stuffing and sealing of the bonded truck should be done by a one-time bottle seal under the supervision of Customs Officer. No physical examination needs t .....

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officer. TP/CTM should be sent along with the cargo and Transhipment Bond shall be debited for the value of cargo. (ii) On arrival at the Gateway Airport, the cargo should be taken to the warehouse of the domestic Airlines/Custodian in a clearly identified area. The warehouse should have double locking arrangement, one key of which will be with the Airlines/ Custodian and the other with Customs. The Customs officers in charge of warehouse should verify the details of the packages with the TP, A .....

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an prepared by the airlines should be signed by the Airlines, EFO and the custodian. (v) Cargo should be loaded in the aircraft under Customs supervision. (vi) Copy of manifest signed by the EFO and Airway Bill along with copy of Shipping Bill should be sent by the airlines to the originating station within 10 days of transhipment. Transhipment Bond shall be re-credited at originating airport. (vii) If transhipment of cargo is also desired at some intermediate Customs airport, carrier/ airlines .....

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