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Expansion of 24x7 customs clearance and clarification of levy of MOT charges in CFSs attached to 24x7 ports - reg.

Customs - 4/2017 - Dated:- 16-2-2017 - Circular No. 04/2017-Customs F.No.450/11/2003-Cus-IV Government of India Ministry of Finance Department of Revenue (Central Board of Excise and Customs) Room No. 227 B, North Block, New Delhi, the 16th February, 2017. To All Principal Chief Commissioners/Chief Commissioners of Customs/Customs (Preventive) All Principal Chief Commissioners / Chief Commissioners of Customs & Central Excise Principal Director General / Director General, DRI All Principal C .....

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y of 24x7 clearance [on pilot basis] was simultaneously extended to another 13 Air cargo complexes and to include all shipping bills free or otherwise filed at the said Air cargo complexes. Since the clearances were run on pilot basis, therefore, on 31.12.14 [Circular 19/2014-Customs], CBEC allowed the facility of 24x7 customs clearance for goods covered by facilitated Bills of Entry and specified exports i.e. factory stuffed containers and goods shipped under free shipping bills on permanent ba .....

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importer. CBEC initially restricted the 24x7 to facilitated bills of entry only, keeping in view the time needed to be given to all the stakeholders to gear up for 24x7 clearance. More than two years have passed since CBEC has introduced 24x7 clearance. This much lead time should be enough for the all the stakeholders to put necessary arrangements in place to enable round the clock clearance of all import cargo and not just facilitated one. Customs is anyways operating 24x7 at designated ports/a .....

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ovided by the customs officers at 24x7 customs ports and airports. Reference has been received seeking clarification as to whether MOT charges are to be collected in respect of stuffing of export goods at CFSs. (a) The issue has been examined in the Board. It is observed that a designated 24x7 sea port can have a number of CFSs attached to it. While Board has already exempted MOT charges at 24x7 ports, the reference in essence seeks clarification as to whether MOT exemption can be extended to at .....

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