New Export Import Workshop batch from Sept. 22

The 38th batch of Export Import Workshop will commence on September 22, 2018, Saturday at 6 pm atAll India Institute of Local Self Government, ‘Sthanikraj Bhavan’, C. D. Barfiwala Marg, Juhu Galli, Andheri (W), Mumbai. It will be conducted by Mr Ajit Shah, who has years of experience in coaching export-import subjects in various institutions.
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MUMBAI: BCBA had organized an awareness programme pertaining to the problem faced by the Custom Brokers in filing advance noted BOE and availing DPD facility. The facility of DPD and advance noting was a major initiative by the JNCH for promoting faster trade facilitation in India. The programme was on 17th July, 2018 at Maharashtra
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A practice and compliances workshop pertaining to Inland Vessels (Control and Prevention of Pollution in Inland Water) Rule 2016 was organised by Gujarat Maritime Board (GMB) in Ahmedabad on June 28, 2018. Inland waterways show exceptional sensitivity regarding the environment and ecology, taking into account the multimodal character of the water use. The purpose of
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A workshop on Authorized Economic Operator (AEO) programme was recently held by the Export Promotion Council for EOUs & SEZs (EPCES) in association with the Mumbai Customs and Development Commissioner – SEEPZ-SEZ at the Conference Hall, BFC Bldg, SEEPZ-SEZ. Among the dignitaries present on the dais were Mr Baldev Singh, IAS, Development Commissioner, SEEPZ-SEZ, Mr
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Maersk Line selected ABS to lead a workshop to identify and evaluate potential hazards posed on containerships from dangerous cargoes stowage. The workshop assembled industry stakeholders to conduct a comprehensive Hazard Identification (HAZID) study to better understand key risks associated with cargo. The workshop identified hazards associated with dangerous goods stowage on a range of
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The maritime and logistics industry forms a major part of the country’s overall infrastructure, playing a vital role in the development of the maritime trade and contributing considerably to the growth of ex-im trade. In this regard, it is of utmost importance to have well-developed ports and shoreside infrastructure. India is today witnessing huge investments
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Allan Chau, the general manager of a Chinese factory making precision metal parts for U.S. customers, is still calling it a “proposed” trade war, but that hasn’t stopped him from planning for the worst. Unlike last year, when U.S. President Donald Trump sounded protectionist warnings that were largely dismissed as bluster, Chau and other factory
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GANDHINAGAR : Gujarat has been the pioneer in encouraging public private partnership in the port sector. The State has pioneered the concept of port liberalization and has strategically utilized it to become India’s fastest-growing State. It has broken new grounds with different forms of privatization and has aptly converted the Non-Major Ports into one of
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