404,Navjivan Bldg, 121/127 Kazi Syed St,Masjid (W), Mumbai - 400 003,India
Tel : 2345 38 38 & 2346 38 38 Fax : 91 22 2345 3737 M : 9820034262
Web : impexsolution.com
Email : email@example.com
TO : Indian Registered Exporter
SUB : Fixation of Standard InputNorms
of Duty free Advance Licence
An Advance Licence is granted to a merchant-exporter or manufacturer-exporter
for the import of inputs required for the manufacture of goods
without payment of basic customs duty. However, such inputs
shall be subject to the payment of additional customs duty
equal to the payment of additional customs duty equal to the
excise duty at the time of import, which shall be adjusted
as specified in the policy. Manufacturer-exporters as well
as merchant-exporters are also exempt advance licence and/or
material imported thereunder is not transferred even after
completion of export obligation.
1. Qty of each item required per piece
plus wastage if any for manufacture of item of export (Please
give quantity of wastage separately)
2. For each item of export manufacturing process with flow
chart, chemistry, material balance, percentage of yield of
each stage required.
3. Quantity of each item required per piece other than items
of import for manufacture of item of export (please give separately
quantity of each item).
4. Three samples of each item for which applications for fixation
of norms are to be made along with catalogue / literature
of the said items.
5. In export / import of textiles denierage, length/width/dyed/bleached/grey
6. In export / import of engg item gauge / thickness / measuremnt
/ diameter / drawing / designs.
7. If you have received any adv lic for same export products
for which norms are to be fixed please send photocopies of
adv lic with condition sheets attached.
8. Twelve self certified copies of drug manufacturing
licence with list attached to it.
9. Twelve Self certified copies of Import Export Code
10. Twelve Self certified copies of Registration Cum
11. Twelve Self certified copies of Export Order.
12. Twelve Self certified copies of SSI Registration
Certificate of Supporting Manufacturer.
13. Twelve Self certified copies of Central Excise.
14. Twelve Self certified copies of Permanent Income
15. Manufacturing Process with Flow Chart.
16. 20 Big Size Letterheads
17. Director Rubber Stamp.
18. Cash for Challan for Rs.
19. Service Charge of 3% on CIF value of Licence
Please give following Details/Documents
to enable us to process your application.
||Name of the Firm
||I.E. Code Number
||Export Product Group
||Status of Exporters
||Country of Exports Project
||Details of Past Export
Performance for last 3 Licensing Year.
||01.04.98 To 31.3.99
||01.04.99 To 31.03.00
||01.04.00 To 31.03.01
|| FOB Value
If you have any queries, please feel free
to call or fax us.
Bigis Impex Consultancy,
ANNUXURE - I TO APPENDIX - 11 A
1. CHEMICALS PRODUCTS
a) Step-wise manufacturing Process : Not Applicable
b) Complete Chemical reactions with molecular : Not Applicable
and structural formula and molecular Weight
along with stage-wise % yields on molar basis.
c) Materials balance : Not Applicable
(Stiochiometeric Balance Details) from the
basis entire manufacturing Process
d) Requirement and recovery of solvents used : Not Applicable
in the entire manufacturing process at each
e) Authentic technical literature /catalogue in : Not Applicable
support of percentage yield claimed in the
entire manufacturing process.
f) Details of by-products/co-products formed : Not Applicable
in the above process with their quantities
and values and also details of recovery of
solvents / byproducts/co-products, if nay
both in terms of quantities and values.
g) Collaborator's guaranteed norms, if any. : Not Applicable
h) Percentage purity of finished products : Not Applicable
and raw materials and percentage of any
diluents /moisture etc.in the export products.
a) Model number, technical specification : Not Applicable
and specific quantity-both in terms of
number (if -any) and or/weight, of
each export product
(column 4 of Appendix-11A).
b) Details technical Note on : Not Applicable
c) Drawings/Catalogue of each : Not Applicable
d) Weight of each product : Not Applicable
(If the inputs includes raw materials).
III IMPORT ITEMS
i) Technical characteristics /part numbers, : Not Applicable
ii) Assembly drawing/diagrams of the resultant : Not Applicable
products showing placement of components
iii) Usage of components : Not Applicable
iv) Weight of the components : Not Applicable
v) Bifurcated quantities of components to be : Not Applicable
accounted for in the resultant products and
the requirements of components as spare.
B. RAW MATERIALS /CONSUMABLES
i) Grade /composition /range/thickness etc. : Natural Diamond Powder
ii) Detailed calculation for the quantity of : 1: 1.10 Carat
each raw materials, supporting drawing and
net weight of each items to be
fabricated/manufactured from the
said raw materials.
iii) Stage wise details of the net content in the : As under
resultant products with complete justification
Step -1 Raw Material Suppliers:
Raw materials suppliers are identified from the domestic & international
market. They are scrutinized for their ability to supply regularly
consistent quality as per samples approved.
Step- 2 : Raw Material Procurement :
As per purchase order recd. and on the basis of estimation of future
orders, suitable raw materials have to be procured. Enquiries are
made with vendors & Raw materials suppliers and as per availability,
Step -3 : Quality Controls & Impurities :
The raw materials thus procured are then passed to the in-house
quality controls lab for testing of various quality controls parameters.
Once the raw materials passes all the quality controls tests, they
are issued for actual processing.
Step 4 : Milling Operation :
The approved raw materials is passed on for Milling Operation, where
the raw materials subjected to impact in a milling machine. Due
to the impact, the raw materials is broken down into required sizes.
Step 5: Sieving Operation :
After the Milling Operation, the material is sieving filters and
the required sizes are segregated for further. The rejected sizes
are reintroduced in the Milling Operation for further size reduction.
Step 6 : Crushing Operation:
After obtaining the required sizes from the Milling Machines, the
materials is subjected to high speed crushing in crushers. The crushing
operation, gives shape & precise sizing to the materials.
Step 7 : Sieving Operation :
After the Sieving Operation, the materials is sieved in sieving
filters and the required sizes are segregated for further operations.
The rejected sizes are reintroduced in the Crushing Operation for
Step 8 : Pre-Cleaning Shape -Sorting Operation :
After the required sizes are obtained from the Crushing Operation.
The materials is introduced in the shape -Sorting Machines, where
the materials is sorted according to it's shape into different parts.
The required shapes are removed for further operation and the rejected
shapes are returned to the Crushing Operation.
Step 9 :Boiling & Cleaning Operation:
The required are Boiled& Cleaned in suitable acids. This operation
is for removal of impurities and foreign materials.
Step 10: Drying Operation :
After the materials is cleaned & boiled thoroughly, the materials
is introduced onto Hot Drying Plates for the drying operation.
Step11 : Final Sieving Operation :
The dried materials is introduced once again in sieving filter for
precise sizing. This operation is mandatory for achieving the required
quality as per international standards.
Step 12 : Final Shape -Sorting Operation :
The sieved materials is introduced once again to the shape-sorting
machines for precise grading of sizes. This operation is mandatory
for achieving the required quality as per international standards.
Step 13: Final Quality Controls Procedures:
The selected materials form the shape-sorting operation are introduced
for the final quality controls procedures. These procedures are
Single Crystal Toughness(SCT) test both at room temperature and
at 900 degree Celsius & Crystal classification Test. All the
above procedures are carried using state-of-the-arts, fully automated
Step 14 : Packing & Labeling :
All the batches passing the final quality controls procedures are
weighed & package in bottles of different sizes and appropriately
labeled. The bottles are then sealed in temper-proof material using
shrink packing concept.
Step 15 : Warehousing & Shipping :
The sealed bottles are sent to the security warehouse for safe keeping.
After receipt of order form customers, the appropriate materials
are shipped to customers.