The goods brought for the purpose of examination are allowed entry to the Cargo shed on the strength of the checklist and other declarations filed by the exporter in the Service Center. The Airport authorities have to endorse the quantity of goods actually received on the reverse of the Check List.
Under the manual system, shipping bills in the format as prescribed in the Shipping bill and Bill of Export (form) Regulations, 1991 was required to be filed for effecting exports. However, in the EDI System, only a declaration in the prescribed format the required to be filed either through the Service center, or through EDI over ICEGATE.
The exporters have to obtain PAN based IEC (Importer Exporter Code) from the Directorate General of Foreign Trade. Under the EDI System, PAN based IEC is received by the Customs System from the DGFT online. The Exporters /CHAs are required to register their IE Codes, CHAs License No. , the Bank Account No. (for credit of drawback amount) in the case of export under drawback with the customs EDI.
EGM is the document which is to be filed by airlines declaring the consignments along with the relevant particulars like shipping bill number, Airway Bill Number and number of packages which have been loaded in the aircraft for taking these out from India.
One needs to construct a REACH compliance file, with a proper technical approach. For this, one can refer to their in-house expertise or any other certified bodies.
The penalty will be 75,000 euros, after 1st April, 2011.
The REACH inspector in the country of export
At the first go, the burden of testing will have to be borne by the exporters while, at a later stage it can be shifted on to the chemical suppliers.
The lead time required for getting the samples tested would be approximate 7 working days.