5 types of Shipping Bills

Types of Shipping Bills

5 types of Shipping Bills(1) Free Shipping Bill: It is used in case of goods which neither attract any duty nor entitled for duty drawback. It is printed on simple white paper.

(2) Dutiable Shipping Bill: It is used in case of goods, which attract export duty. It may or may not be entitled to duty drawback. It is printed on yellow paper.

(3) Drawback Shipping Bill: It is used in case when refund of duties is allowed on the goods exported. Generally, it is printed on green paper, but when the drawback claim is paid to a bank, then it is printed on yellow paper.

(4) Shipping bill for Shipment Ex-Bond: It is used in case of imported goods for re-export and which are kept in bond. It is printed on yellow paper.

(5) Coastal Shipping Bill: It is used in case of shipment that is moved from one port to another port, by sea, within India. It is not an export document. When bill goods are sent by sea, it is called Shipping Bill and it is Airway bill when goods are sent by air.

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