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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

..... PUBLIC NOTICE NO. 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 - 400 707. 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 Trade and Industry, including all persons responsible for receipt, storage, delivery, dispatch or otherwise handling of imported goods and export goods in any capacity in a Customs area is invited to the Handling of Cargo in Cust .....

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..... ious 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 Handling of Cargo in Customs Areas Regulations, 2009. Imported goods and export goods remains in the exclusive possession of Shipping Lines and Transporters (from Port to CFSs / ICDs ) or End user in case of DPDs and adoption of best and efficient practices by each stakeholder in the EXIM trade contributes to overall speed of clearance process. 5. Attention of Port Terminal and CFSsis invited to Regulation 5, which provides that any .....

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..... , all import containers should be picked up on "best pick up basis" inside the port. In order to implement this, Port Terminals are required to issue suitable instructions to all CFSs, ICDs, Shipping Lines, Importers (availing DPD facilities) and transporters. In case of any deviation, the same may please be informed to this office in terms of obligation cast upon them under Regulation 6 (to make available information of movement or handling of imported or export goods and goods brought for transshipment);so that suitable action can be taken against the defaulter under Handling of Cargo in Customs Areas Regulations, 2009. ii. Port Terminals should also issue directions to all CFSs, ICDs, Shipping Lines, Importers (availing DPD fac .....

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..... of Customs Cargo Service provider. Sub-Regulation (3) of said Regulation 6 provides that: (3) The Customs Cargo Service provider shall publish and display at prominent places including website or webpage of the Customs Cargo Service provider the schedule of charges for the various services provided by him in relation to the imported goods or export goods in the customs area. 10.2 In the Importers / Exporters as well as Trade Associations in various Permanent Trade Facilitation Committee (PTFC) meetings and Customs Clearance Facilitation Committee (CCFC) Meetings have repeatedly raised their grievances / complaints about charges charged by Shipping Lines & CFSs being non-transparent and excessive. Needless to say that all Shipping lines .....

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