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Customs-Dwell time of import cargo at Air Cargo Complex - reg.

Customs - 90/2010 - Dated:- 14-12-2010 - OFFICE OF THE COMMISSIONER OF CUSTOMS C.R. BUILDINGS, QUEEN'S ROAD, BANGALORE-560001 C.No. VIII/48/220/2010 Cus Tech Date: 14-12-2010 PUBLIC NOTICE NO. 90/2010 Sub: Attention of trade, industry, importers/exporters, Custom House Agents, Freight Forwarders, Airlines and other community partners is invited to issues relating to the dwell time of import cargo at Air Cargo Complex, Bangalore. 2. As you are aware, Air Cargo Complex (ACC) is one of the firs .....

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consignments and in turn contribute significantly towards the reduction in the dwell time of cargo and the consequent reduction in transaction costs. However, an analysis of the dwell time statistics during the months of October and November 2010 reveals that there has been no significant reduction in the dwell time. It is observed that importers or their agents take as many as three days from the date of arrival of the consignment (Entry Inwards) to even file their import documents either thro .....

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eir duties and responsibilities in an efficient manner. 4. With a view to providing improved and more efficient taxpayer services, it is important that as a first step, measures are initiated to reduce the dwell time of import cargo and this can only happen if the importers, CHAs, Airlines, Consol Agents and other community partners reform and re-engineer their internal systems and processes within their organizations and also calibrate their supply chain logistics to optimal levels of efficienc .....

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osely with the airlines and avail of the facility to file advance Bills of Entry (prior Bills of Entry) so as to save time. Even in situations where advance Bill of Entry cannot be filed for some reasons, importers or their CHAs must ensure that the Bills of Entry are filed not later than 3 hours after the flight has arrived. Taking three days to file Bill of Entry is totally unacceptable and cannot be justified. 5. Importers and their CHAs must ensure that as far as possible the duty payment is .....

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