|NEW CUSTOMS TARIFFS SYSTEM - Became effective 01 January 2012|
SARS has announced that 1 January marks the implementation of the 2012 version of the Harmonised System (HS) Nomenclature. Logtrain has incorporated the changes into all of our courses
• New subheadings have been created for separate identification of certain commoditities
• Amendments that resulted from changes in international trade patterns, such as the deletion of more than 40 subheadings
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Export Shipment from Chennai to Worldwide.
Import Shipment from Worldwide to Chennai.
TRC Shipping and Logistics Pvt. Ltd.,
197 (Old No.97) Thambu Chetty Street,
Chennai - 600001
Tel : +91 44 30400798
Fax: +91 44 25245231
Email : firstname.lastname@example.org
Website : www.trcsl.co.in
Our Shipping Directory : www.shipie.com
Thursday, February 2, 2012
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Thursday, January 26, 2012
We would like to introduce ourselves as an exporter of all kind of Ship Electronics Spare.
Parts such as Gyro Compass, Radar, VHF, NAV Tex, GPS, AIS, Eco Sounder, Antenna,
Main Engine, Auxiliary Engine, Sulzer Engine, Wartsila Engine, Main B&W Engine, Daihatsu Engine,
Ska Engine, Nigata Engine, Mitsubishi Engine, Yanmar Engine, Catterpillar Engine, Governor, Purifier,
Turbocharger, Air Compressor, Mak Engine, Sea Water Pump, F.W. Pump, Crane and Life Raft Safety Equipments Etc.
Besides we are a Govt. authorized General Ship Chandler at Chittagong and Mongla sea port in Bangladesh.
Our all above mentioned equipments are tested by the qualified Marine Engineer
(UK Marine certificate holder Ex-Navy Technician) at our well equipped workshop.
OCEAN MARINE ELECTRONICS SERVICE
Specialist in Installation, Maintenance and Repair of Marine Radio Navigation and
Gmdss Communications Items, Supply & Export Marine Safety Equipments.
OCEAN MARINE ELECTRONICS & ENGINEERING WORKS
Specialist in Ship Repairer , Service Provider of Mechanical, Hydraulic,
Electrical And Electronics Systems, Supply and Export All Kind of new and Second Hand
Machineries Spare and All others Marine Equipments.
If you have any requirements of any item, please don't hesitate to contact us.
Pls. kindly check our new Stock list looking forward your prompt reply.
Thanks & with best regards
Mr. Shameem Hossain
OCEAN MARINE ELECTRONICS SERVICE.
House No: 07, Block No: 01, Lane No: 02
Halishahar H/E, Chittagong, Bangladesh.
Phone: +88031 2510591G-mail : email@example.com
Skype : mkamrul48
Thursday, January 12, 2012
All cargo Logistics Ltd., part of the Avashya Group, and one of the leading Freight Forwarders and Non Vessel Owning Common Carrier (NVOCC) handled a record 1494 TEUs of Exports LCL Consol boxes during the year 2011 through its Chennai Branch. During year 2006, Allcargo Logistics handled 1467 boxes. The Chennai branch overseas operations of 11 major locales in South India, Chennai, Tuticorin, Cochin, Bangalore, Hyderabad, Tirupur, Karur, Salem, Coimbatore, Pondicherry and Visakhapatnam.
Mrs.Shantha Martin, CEO (ISC & Middle East), whilst expressing her gratitude to the trade and well wishers for their continuous support, also mentioned the constant endeavor the NVOCC division at Allcargo logistics will take to cater to their growing needs, and be a partner of their business success. MR.Hare Ram, GM, Allcargo logistics, South & East India thanked the trade for their abiding support and also congratulated the team for their commendable efforts. He also stated that the success was due to company's value proposition to their customers fastest destuffing and a record 13 minutes ex-works rates for shipment from USA.
Mr.Shashi Kiran Shetty, Chairman of the Avashya Group, confirmed the significant advantage a multi-location delivery strategy brings to their esteemed customers through smoother and more efficient operations. All cargo has carved a niche for itself in terms of providing end-to-end solutions to the trade through its expertise in handling the entire value chain; vis-a-vis collecting cargo from the shipper's doorstep, aggregating LCL cargo, transportation under bond, re-working at cargo hubs and arranging carriage to final destinations. For Importers, Allcargo caters to the delivery needs at various Multi-City Consolidation.
Allcargo logistics has over the years emerged as a leading multinational company providing integrated logistics solutions; specialized logistics services across Multimodal Transport Operations, Container Freight Station Operations, Project and engineering solutions, warehousing and caostal ship chartering. Benchmarked quality standards, standardized processes and operational excellence across all the services and facilities, have enabled the company to become a market leader in all these segments, reinforcing their company ethos of ingenuity in motion.
Thursday, December 22, 2011
The Kerala High Court last week ordered the arrest of a Hong Kong-flagged vessel berthed at Cochin Port, one of the rare occasions when a High Court has invoked admiralty jurisdiction. The Vessel was subsequently released after the shipping line reportedly presented a Letter of Undertaking by a P & I Club. It was also asked to furnish a nationalised bank quarantee of Rs.75 lakh.
The Court had used its powers in response to a petition filed by a company against a line for non-delivery of 1,246 cases of liquor imported from the UK. The consignment had been loaded on to the vessel, but was not delivered to the petitioner. The Shipping line clarified that the said consignment was unloaded at the port of Colombo, for transhipment to Cochin. However, due to an error made by the line's officers in Sri Lanka, the consignment was identified as local, instead of one meant for transshipment. Hence, it wasn't loaded on to the feeder vessel headed to Cochin.
The petitioner, on the other hand, alleged that it was not a mistake but done with the malafide intention of taking the liquor cases out of the terminal, under the guise of an error, for the associates of the line in Sri Lanka. The Customs Department at Colombo had charged the line under the provisions of its Customs Act, and though the line approached the High Court of Sri Lanka for redressal, it didn't get any favourable order, according to reports.
Tuesday, August 16, 2011
The Shipping Corporation of India (SCI) has accepted delivery of a Supramax bulk carrier, m.v.Vishva Malhar. SCI had in April signed contracts for acquisition of two Supramax bulk carriers on resale basis, which were originally contracted by Grand Yard Investment Pvt. Ltd., China and were under construction at Guoyo Ship yard. The first vessel, m.v.Vishva Vijeta, was delivered early last month.
This vessel has a gross tonnage of 33,032 tonnes and deadweight of 56,616 tonnes. It is classed with BV and IRS and has been built to comply with the latest and most stringent international regulations. The vessel is equipped with the latest camless electronic main engine. As a national carrier, SCI has been aiming to enhance its presence in India's ever increasing dry bulk trade by strengthening its bulk carrier fleet.
The prevailing downturn in the shipbuilding market has thrown up opportunities for acquiring tonnage at attractive prices, and the present acquisition is the result of SCI's preparedness to take advantage of such opportunities. With the addition of this vessel, the company's fleet strength has increased to 80 and its tonnage has attained a historic high of 5.81 million DWT. Acquisition of the vessel is in line with SCI's strategy of maintaining a modern and young fleet. SCI has 30 vessels on order at present and 11 of these are scheduled for delivery by the end of 2011.