Why Shipping Bill for export in India?

Importance of Shipping Bill



Shipping Bill for Export in India(A) It is an important document, required by the customs authorities for clearance of goods. The customs authorities endorse the duplicate copy of the shipping bill with "Let Export Order" and "Let Ship Order".


(B) After the clearance or customs, exporter can load the goods on ship.


(C) Shipping bill endorsed by the customs authorities facilitates the exporter to claim incentives such as excise duty refund and duty drawback.

 

When does exporter get EP copy of shipping bill after customs clearance

Procedure for Central Excise Clearance Under Claim of Rebate

Procedure to claim Duty Drawback

Procedures and documentation on Triangular shipments

Procedures for Re-imports

Procedures to claim brand rate of draw back

Procedures to file IGM (Import General Manifest)

Procedures under Re-exports

Re warehousing procedures under STP and EOU units.

Register with Export Promotion Council

Risks and solutions in export business

RISKS NOT COVERED BY MARINE INSURANCE

 

Rummaging

Transferability of Bill of Lading

Transhipment - A redefinition

GST Tax returns filing – Who, How and When? 

How is time of supply accounted under GST Tax Calculation 

Valuation of GST under special cases


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