Directorate General of Foreign Trade

Udyog Bhawan

DES-V Section

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Minutes of the  meeting ALC-III held on 31.8.2006

 

The Meeting  No. 21/AM-07 for the licensing year 2006-07  to consider the  cases  under Duty Exemption Schemes (Chapter-4) of Foreign Trade Policy 2004-09 pertaining to Textiles and Leather was held on 31.08.2006 in Room No. 4 of DGFT under the Chairmanship of Shri Surat Singh, Addl. DGFT .   The following officers were present:-

 

Sl. No.

Name of the representatives & their designation

Department

1.

Sh.A.K.Singh, Jt.DGFT

DGFT

2.

Sh. Rajinder Pal Singh, DDG

DGFT

3.

Sh.Shaish Kumar, Sr.DO

DIPP

4.

Sh. Sanjay Charak, Asstt.Director,

Regional Office of TC, Noida.

5.

Sh. Kuldeep Singh, Asstt. Director

O/o DC(SSI)

                                                                                                                       

 

 

 


DES-V SECTION

(TEXTILES and LEATHER ITEMS)

 

Minutes of the   NC-III  Meeting No. 21/AM07   held on 31.8.2006



         At the outset the Minutes of NC Meeting  Nos. 19/AM 07 and 20/AM 07  held on 24.8.2006 were ratified by the Committee. Thereafter, the agenda for individual cases for Meeting No. 21/AM07  was taken up for discussion and the decision taken in respect of each case is enumerated below: 

                                                           

MEETING NUMBER

:

21/84-ALC3/2006 MEETING DATE : 31.08.2006

 

1.      Correction in Minutes of Case No.472 of  NC 18/AM07 held on 10.8.2006 – Reference from Jt.DGFT, Ludhiana in respect of M/s.Shital Fibres Pvt. Ltd., (F.No.01/84/162/394/AM06/DES.V – licence No.3010043132 dt. 29.7.2005) 

 

In Line No.2 of  Para 2 of the Minutes of NC relating to the case of M/s.Shital Fibres Pvt. Ltd.,  the SION No.J-52 has been mentioned   inadvertently which may be corrected to  read as J-32.  The Minutes may be corrected accordingly.

 

 2.        Correction in Minutes of Case No. 493 of  NC 19/AM 07 held on 24.8.2006 –M/s Pooja International (F.No. 01/84/50/656/AM 06/DES V- Licence No. 0510172951 dated 26.12.2005).

 

                The minutes of NC No. 19/AM 07 dated 24.8.2006 may be corrected to read as under:-

             “The Committee considered the case as per agenda and observed that the case is under consideration of DC(SSI). It was decided to defer the case for re-listing on 21.9.2006”. The date of licence  mentioned as 26.12.2006 may also be corrected to read as “26.12.2005”.

 

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1

Case No.:10/9/82-ALC1/2006

Party Name:KE-TECHNICAL TEXTILES PVT.LTD.

Meet No/Date:21/84-ALC3/2006
31.08.2006

Status: Approved

HQ File :01/82/050/01534/AM06/

RLA File :02/24/040/00295/AM06/

Lic.No/Date:0210087554
27.03.2006

 

Decision: The Committee considered the case as per the agenda alongwith other relevant papers.  The Committee, on the basis of written comments of TC, Mumbai conveyed vide their letter No. 38(77)/06/Wvg/Vol.V/121 dated 22.08.2006  decided to ratify  the Advance license issued in this case by allowing 10% wastage on import item. The quantity of import item may be restricted to 1616.076 Kgs. 

      RLA shall be advised to take necessary action subject to compliance of other usual conditions.

 

 

 

2

Case No.:11/9/82-ALC1/2006

Party Name:KE-TECHNICAL TEXTILES PVT.LTD.

Meet No/Date:21/84-ALC3/2006
31.08.2006

Status: Approved

HQ File :01/82/050/01535/AM06/

RLA File :02/24/040/00296/AM06/

Lic.No/Date:0210087555
27.03.2006

 

  

 

Decision: The Committee considered the case as per the agenda alongwith other relevant papers.  The Committee, on the basis of written comments of TC, Mumbai conveyed vide their letter No. 38(77)/06/Wvg/Vol.V/121 dated 22.08.2006 and   decided to ratify the advance issued in this case by allowing 10% wastage on import item. The quantity of import item may be restricted to    

2253.636 Kgs.

      RLA shall be advised to take necessary action subject to compliance of other usual conditions.

 


 

 

 

3

Case No.:12/9/82-ALC1/2006

Party Name:KE-TECHNICAL TEXTILES PVT.LTD.

Meet No/Date:21/84-ALC3/2006
31.08.2006

Status: Approved

HQ File :01/82/050/01536/AM06/

RLA File :02/24/040/00297/AM06/

Lic.No/Date:0210087556
27.03.2006

 

 

Decision: The Committee considered the case as per the agenda alongwith other relevant papers.  The Committee, on the basis of written comments of TC, Mumbai conveyed vide their letter No. 38(77)/06/Wvg/Vol.V/121 dated 22.08.2006 decided to ratify the Advance Licence issued in this case by allowing 10% wastage on import item. The quantity of import item may be restricted to    

2253.636 Kgs.

 

      RLA shall be advised to take necessary action subject to compliance of other usual conditions.

 


 

4

Case No.:5/6/84-ALC3/2006

Party Name:S.P. APPARELS LIMITED

Meet No/Date:21/84-ALC3/2006
31.08.2006

Status: Approved

HQ File :01/84/050/00010/AM07/

RLA File :32/24/040/00003/AM07/

Lic.No/Date:3210032233
17.04.2006

 

 Decision: The Committee considered the case as per the agenda alongwith other relevant papers.  The Committee, on the basis of written comments of DC (SSI) conveyed vide their U.O No. 37(5)/44/2006-07/Hosy. dated 19.08.2006     decided to ratify the advance licence issued in this case as under :-

S.No

Export Item

Import Item

Qty. sough

Qty. recommended

1

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

2

Girls’ Sleep Suit made of Spun Polar Fleece 100% Pllyester fabric, both side brushed, GSM-220(With boot.)

 

 

 

 

 

 

Girls’Sleep Suit made of Spun Polar Fleece 100% Polyester fabric, both side brushed, GSM-220.

a)                     Spun Polar Fleece 100% Polyester fabric, both side brushed, GSM-220.

b)                     Spun Polar Fleece 100% Polyester fabric, one side brushed, GSM-220.

 

a)                    Spun Polar Fleece 100% Polyester fabric, both side brushed, GSM-220.

b)                    Spun Polar Fleece 100% Polyester fabric, one side brushed, GSM-220.

a)  1.487 Sq. mts

 

 

 

 

b)  0.1134 Sq. mts

 

 

 

 

 

a) 1.84 Sq. mts

 

 

 

 

 

b) 0.1134 Sq. mts

a)                     1.32 Sq. mts

 

 

 

 

b) 0.06 Sq. mts

 

 

 

 

 

a)1.32 Sq. mts

 

 

 

 

b) 0.08 Sq. mts

 

                      The GSM should match in both import and export.

      RLA shall be advised to take necessary action subject to compliance of other usual conditions.

 

5

Case No.:19/7/81-ALC2/2006

Party Name:SKY INDUSTRIES LIMITED

Meet No/Date:21/84-ALC3/2006
31.08.2006

Status:  Approved

HQ File :01/81/050/00043/AM07/

RLA File :03/95/040/00045/AM07/

Lic.No/Date:0310377491
25.04.2006

 

 Decision: The Committee considered the case as per the agenda alongwith other relevant papers.  The Committee observed that the firm has not  furnished information called for by Textile Commissioner, Mumbai, vide their letter dated  2.7.06. Further, in this case only the process of printing   is involved and there will not be any wastage. The Committee in consultation with the technical authorities present in the meeting and after due deliberations decided to ratify the Advance license issued in this case as below:-

(a)               Item of import may be allowed on net-to-net basis having width 20 MM and with accountability clause  and its description may be amended to read as “Unprinted Knit Loop Polyester Fabric Laminated with Nylon Sheet of 20 MM width”;

(b)               The description of export product may be amended to read as “Printed Cable Tie Tapes (width 20 MM) made out of Knit Loop Polyester Fabric…………..”.

 

              RLA shall be advised to take necessary action subject to compliance of other usual conditions.

 

6

Case No.:27/6/84-ALC3/2006

Party Name:S.P. APPARELS LIMITED

Meet No/Date:21/84-ALC3/2006
31.08.2006

Status: Rejected

HQ File :01/84/050/00045/AM07/

RLA File :32/24/040/00009/AM07/

Lic.No/Date:3210032387
01.05.2006

 

 Decision: The Committee considered the case as per the agenda alongwith other relevant papers.  The Committee, on the basis of written comments of DC (SSI) conveyed vide their U.O No. 37(5)/45/2006-07/Hosy. dated 30.08.2006 decided to reject the case on account of the following facts:-

a)                   the CADs submitted by the unit are not legible and are not showing the number of pieces of garments placed therein

b)                   Net contents of the input in export items have not been mentioned.

c)                   Sketches are also not showing the use of different fabrics in one piece of export.

               d)         It is not possible to ascertain the quantity of inputs as the firm 

                            is claiming different types of fabrics used in the one export item.

 

                     RLA may     take suitable consequential action accordingly.

 


 

7

Case No.:16/13/84-ALC3/2006

Party Name:TEXSTYLES

Meet No/Date:21/84-ALC3/2006
31.08.2006

Status: Deferred

HQ File :01/84/050/00125/AM07/

RLA File :05/24/040/00182/AM07/

Lic.No/Date:0510183956
02.06.2006

Defer Date: 28.09.2006

Decision: The Committee considered the case as per Agenda and observed that the case is under examination of the Department of Animal Husbandry & Dairying. It was decided to remind them and defer the case   for re-listing on 28.09.2006.

 

 

8

Case No.:11/13/84-ALC3/2006

Party Name:SHAMIMSONS INTERNATIONAL

Meet No/Date:21/84-ALC3/2006
31.08.2006

Status:Approved  

HQ File :01/84/050/00113/AM07/

RLA File :06/24/040/00004/AM07/

Lic.No/Date:0610010745
08.06.2006

 

 Decision: The Committee considered the case as per the agenda alongwith other relevant papers.  The Committee, on the basis of written comments of TC, Mumbai conveyed vide their letter No. 38(119)/2006/Wvg/Vol.II/19 dated 13.07.2006 decided to ratify the Advance Licence issued in this case as applied for. The firm shall account for 20000 Kgs. of relevant fabric and 29700 Kgs. of Polyester Staple Fibre (Polyester Wadding) in the export product.                              

     

     RLA shall be advised to take necessary action subject to compliance of other usual conditions.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 9

Case No.:8/13/84-ALC3/2006

Party Name:AADAMS HOSIERIES IMPEX CO. PVT. LTD.,

Meet No/Date:21/84-ALC3/2006
31.08.2006

Status: Approved

HQ File :01/84/050/00107/AM07/

RLA File :32/24/040/00022/AM07/

Lic.No/Date:3210032719
08.06.2006

 

 Decision: The Committee considered the case as per the agenda alongwith other relevant papers.  The Committee, in consultation with the technical authorities present in the meeting and after due deliberations decided to ratify the advance license issued in this case as under: -

 

   (a)        The item of import at S.No 1 to be allowed to the extent of 3386 Sq. Mtrs. and 3078 Sq. Mtrs. is to be accounted for in the export product.

  (b)       The item of import at S.No.2 to be allowed as applied for and 483 Kgs. is to be   accounted for in the export product.

  (c)       The word “Fabric” is to inserted after the word “Polyester” in import as well as export items.

       RLA may  shall be advised to take necessary action subject to compliance of other usual conditions.

 

 

10

Case No.:13/13/84-ALC3/2006

Party Name:EASTERN SILK INDUSTRIES LIMITED

Meet No/Date:21/84-ALC3/2006
31.08.2006

Status: Approved

HQ File :01/84/050/00120/AM07/

RLA File :02/24/040/00075/AM07/

Lic.No/Date:0210090205
12.06.2006

 

 Decision: The Committee considered the case as per the agenda alongwith other relevant papers.  The Committee, on the basis of written comments of TC, Mumbai conveyed vide their letter No. 38(30)/06/Wvg/Vol.II/18 dated 07.08.2006   decided to ratify the Advance Licence issued in this case   by allowing item of import i.e Silk Sliver with wastage of 5%. The quantity of import item is to be restricted to 22029 Kgs.

     

     RLA shall be advised to take necessary action subject to compliance of other usual conditions.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

11

Case No.:1/21/84-ALC3/2006

Party Name:ADITYA BIRLA NUVO LIMITED

Meet No/Date:21/84-ALC3/2006
31.08.2006

Status: Deferred

HQ File :01/84/050/00139/AM07/

RLA File :02/24/040/00082/AM07/

Lic.No/Date:0210090445
20.06.2006

Defer Date:

28.09.2006

 Decision: The Committee considered the case as per Agenda and decided to call from the firm (a) what is the quantity of Greasy Wool used in the manufacturing process to obtain 1Kg. of wool grease;(b) One year data of production and consumption;(c) commercial value and quantity of co-product obtained in the process of manufacture of 1 Kg. of wool grease.     The case stands deferred for re -listing on 28.09.2006.

 

 

12

Case No.:3/17/81-ALC2/2006

Party Name:ZAZ TANNERY

Meet No/Date:21/84-ALC3/2006
31.08.2006

Status: Approved

HQ File :01/81/050/00201/AM07/

RLA File :06/81/040/00008/AM07/

Lic.No/Date:0610010798
20.06.2006

 

 Decision: The Committee considered the case as per the agenda alongwith other relevant papers.  The Committee, in consultation with the technical authorities present in the meeting decided to ratify the Advance Licence issued in this case as per  SION at G-45. The import of chemicals is to be allowed as SION at S.No. G-7 and Steel Toe Caps may be allowed to net to net basis with accountability clause. 

        RLA shall be advised to take necessary action subject to compliance of other usual conditions.

 


 

13

Case No.:5/17/84-ALC3/2006

Party Name:EAST END SILKS (P) LIMITED

Meet No/Date:21/84-ALC3/2006
31.08.2006

Status: Deferred

HQ File :01/84/050/00161/AM07/

RLA File :02/24/040/00080/AM07/

Lic.No/Date:0210090965
03.07.2006

Defer Date: 28.09.2006

 Decision: The Committee considered the case as per the agenda alongwith other relevant papers.  The Committee  in consultation with the representative of technical authorities present in the meeting decided to call for the following information/documents from the firm:-

 

(a)   Product Catalogue of item Nos. 1 and 2; and

 

(b)   Consumption data duly certified by Central Excise/Chartered Engineer.

 

             The case stands deferred for re-listing on 28.9.2006.

 

 

14

Case No.:7/17/84-ALC3/2006

Party Name:CHELSEA MILLS

Meet No/Date:21/84-ALC3/2006
31.08.2006

Status: Deferred

HQ File :01/84/050/00165/AM07/

RLA File :05/24/040/00275/AM07/

Lic.No/Date:0510185662
03.07.2006

Defer Date: 28.09.2006

 Decision: The Committee considered the case as per Agenda and observed that the case is under consideration of DC (SSI).  The case stands deferred for re -listing on 28.09.2006.

 

 

15

Case No.:6/17/84-ALC3/2006

Party Name:GARTEX INSTA APPARELS,

Meet No/Date:21/84-ALC3/2006
31.08.2006

Status: Deferred

HQ File :01/84/050/00164/AM07/

RLA File :07/24/040/00201/AM07/

Lic.No/Date:0710045870
05.07.2006

Defer Date: 28.09.2006

 Decision: The Committee considered the case as per Agenda and observed that the case is under consideration of DC (SSI).  The case stands deferred for re -listing on 28.09.2006.

 

 

 

 

 

16

Case No.:8/17/84-ALC3/2006

Party Name:POOJA INTERNATIONAL

Meet No/Date:21/84-ALC3/2006
31.08.2006

 Status: Deferred

HQ File :01/84/050/00166/AM07/

RLA File :05/24/040/00283/AM07/

Lic.No/Date:0510185824
05.07.2006

 Defer Date: 28.09.2006

 Decision: The Committee considered the case as per Agenda and observed that the case is under consideration of DC (SSI).  The case stands deferred for re -listing on 28.09.2006.

 

17

Case No.:10/17/84-ALC3/2006

Party Name:V.V.R. GLOBAL EXPORTS

Meet No/Date:21/84-ALC3/2006
31.08.2006

Status: Deferred

HQ File :01/84/050/00170/AM07/

RLA File :35/81/040/00009/AM07/

Lic.No/Date:3510018977
10.07.2006

Defer Date: 28.09.2006

 Decision: The Committee considered the case as per Agenda and observed that the case is under consideration of DC (SSI).  The case stands deferred for re -listing on 28.09.2006.

 

18

Case No.:11/17/84-ALC3/2006

Party Name:V.V.R. GLOBAL EXPORTS

Meet No/Date:21/84-ALC3/2006
31.08.2006

Status: Deferred

HQ File :01/84/050/00171/AM07/

RLA File :35/81/040/00010/AM07/

Lic.No/Date:3510018978
10.07.2006

Defer Date: 28.09.2006

 Decision: The Committee considered the case as per Agenda and observed that the case is under consideration of DC (SSI).  The case stands deferred for re -listing on 28.09.2006.

 

19

Case No.:12/17/84-ALC3/2006

Party Name:SHAHI EXPORTS PVT. LTD.

Meet No/Date:21/84-ALC3/2006
31.08.2006

Status: Deferred

HQ File :01/84/050/00174/AM07/

RLA File :07/24/040/00212/AM07/

Lic.No/Date:0710045943
10.07.2006

Defer Date 28.09.2006

 Decision: The Committee considered the case as per Agenda and observed that the case is under consideration of DC (SSI).  The case stands deferred for re -listing on 28.09.2006.

 

20

Case No.:13/17/84-ALC3/2006

Party Name:RICHA KNITWEARS

Meet No/Date:21/84-ALC3/2006
31.08.2006

Status: Deferred

HQ File :01/84/050/00177/AM07/

RLA File :05/24/040/00302/AM07/

Lic.No/Date:0510186355
10.07.2006

Defer Date: 28.09.2006

 Decision: The Committee considered the case as per Agenda and observed that the case is under consideration of DC (SSI).  The case stands deferred for re -listing on 28.09.2006.

 

21

Case No.:2/21/84-ALC3/2006

Party Name:HORSENS EXPORTS,

Meet No/Date:21/84-ALC3/2006
31.08.2006

Status: Deferred

HQ File :01/84/050/00190/AM07/

RLA File :06/81/040/00014/AM07/

Lic.No/Date:0610010938
21.07.2006

Defer Date:

28.09.2006

 Decision: The Committee considered the case as per Agenda and observed that the case is under consideration of DIPP.  The case stands deferred for re -listing on 28.09.2006.

 

22

Case No.:3/21/84-ALC3/2006

Party Name:GPL POLY FILS A DIV. OF GANESH POLYTEX LTD.,

Meet No/Date:21/84-ALC3/2006
31.08.2006

Status: Deferred

HQ File :01/84/050/00196/AM07/

RLA File :06/81/040/00015/AM07/

Lic.No/Date:0610010945
24.07.2006

Defer Date:

28.09.2006

 Decision: The Committee considered the case as per Agenda and observed that the case is under consideration of DC (SSI).  The case stands deferred for re -listing on 28.09.2006.

 

23

Case No.:4/21/84-ALC3/2006

Party Name:GPL POLYFILS A DIV OF GANESH POLYTEX LTD.,

Meet No/Date:21/84-ALC3/2006
31.08.2006

Status:Deferred

HQ File :01/84/050/00197/AM07/

RLA File :06/81/040/00016/AM07/

Lic.No/Date:0610010946
24.07.2006

Defer Date: 28.09.2006

 Decision: The Committee considered the case as per Agenda and observed that the case is under consideration of DC (SSI).  The case stands deferred for re -listing on 28.09.2006.

 

 24

Case No.:5/21/84-ALC3/2006

Party Name:RAJASTHAN SPG & WVG MILLS LTD

Meet No/Date:21/84-ALC3/2006
31.08.2006

Status: Approved

HQ File :01/84/050/00228/AM07/

RLA File :07/24/040/00307/AM07/

Lic.No/Date:0710046602
08.08.2006

 

 Decision: The Committee considered the case as per the agenda alongwith other relevant papers.  The Committee, in consultation with the technical authorities present in the meeting   decided to ratify the  Advance Licence issued in this case as under:-

a)      The item of import at S.No.1 be allowed @ 1.05 Sq.mtrs per piece;

b)      The item of import at S.No.2 be allowed @ 0.20 Sq.mtrs per piece;

c)      The remaining items of import at S.No.3-5 be allowed on net-to-net basis  with accountability clause.

     The GSM of import and export shall match.

      RLA shall be advised to take necessary action subject to compliance of other usual conditions.



Manual cases.
 

   Case No.528

M/s.Bhagyam Exports

ALC 21/AM07 dated 31.08.2006

F.No. 01/84/162/493/AM07/DES-V

Ratification of input-output norms in r/o A/L No.0410011112 dt. 19.12.2000.

Decision: The Committee considered the case as per agenda and observed that the advance licence is dated 19.12.2000 and the application for ratification of the licence has been forwarded by RLA  on 13.11.2002.  It was decided to examine the case on file and if ratification has already been done by ALC necessary instructions be forwarded to RLA and the firm. In case the application of the firm has not been received a copy of the same may be called from RLA  and the case may be placed before  NC for consideration.  The case stands deferred for re-listing on 14.9.2006.

 

   Case No.529

M/s.Equiplus (India)

ALC 21/AM07 dated 31.08.2006

F.No. 01/84/162/321/AM07/DES-V

Reduction of export commitment in terms of quantity against advance licence No. 0610003869 dated 15.7.2002.

Decision: The Committee considered the case as per agenda and  perused the report of Jt. DGFT, Kanpur, wherein it has been stated that the party has made the export of Rugs for horses made from PU Coated Fabric of Polyester 600 D X300 DX 64 T Oxford and with/without Polyfil under the scheme of EOU and they could not submit documents.

 

          The Committee after deliberations decided to reduce the export commitment in proportion to the quantity of duty free material actually utilized for production and permitted to carry forward the unutilized material  imported against the subject advance licence,  if any, under the EOU in terms of provisions of para 6.37.1 of Handbook of Procedures and balance export obligation to be fulfilled by EOU unit to be monitored by Development Commissioner. 

 

         The R.L.A may take suitable action accordingly.

 

   Case No.530

M/s.Birla VXL Ltd.

ALC 21/AM07 dated 31.08.06

F.No. 01/84/50/128/AM06/DES-V

Ratification of input-output norms in r/o A/L No.0510157924 dt. 18.5.05

Decision: The Committee considered the case as per agenda and observed that the items of import i.e. Waist Band and Belt Top are made of narrow fabric and is imported in terms of running length.  The Committee in  consultation with the technical authorities present in the meeting decided to allow the above two items in terms of running length i.e. metres instead of sq. mtrs. already allowed by ALC earlier.  It was also decided to call for the width of the above two items and impose on the advance licence.

 

                 The RLA may take suitable  action accordingly.

 

 

   Case No.531

M/s.GCA Hosiery Exporter Organisation

ALC 21/AM07 dated 31.08.06

F.No. 01/84/162/444/AM07/DES-V

Regarding DEPB Rates.

Decision: The Committee considered the case as per agenda and  decided to call the representative of the Organisation for personal hearing before the Committee on 28.9.2006.

 

     The case stands deferred for re-listing  on 28.9.2006.

 

 

   Case No.532

M/s.Ethnic Creations Pvt. Ltd.,

ALC 21/AM07 dated 31.08.06

F.No. 01/84/50/552/AM05/DES-V

Ratification of input-output norms in r/o A/L No.0210074262 dt. 24.1.2005

Decision: The Committee considered the case as per agenda and  observed that the case is under consideration of DC(SSI). It was decided to defer the case for re-listing on 28.9.2006.

 

 

   Case No.533

M/s.Chelsea Mills

ALC 21/AM07 dated 31.08.06

F.No. 01/84/50/157/AM06/DES-V

Ratification of input-output norms in r/o A/L No.0510158636 dt. 30.5.2005

Decision: The Committee considered the case as per agenda and decided to call the applicant firm for personal hearing before the Committee on 14.9.2006. The case stands deferred for re-listing on 14.9.2006.

 

 

   Case No.534

.Chelsea Mills

ALC 21/AM07 dated 31.08.06

F.No. 01/84/50/722/AM06/DES-V

Ratification of input-output norms in r/o A/L No.0510175922 dt. 7.2.2006

Decision: The Committee considered the case as per agenda and decided to call the applicant firm for personal hearing before the Committee on 14.9.2006. The case stands deferred for re-listing on 14.9.2006.

 

 

 

   Case No.535

M/s..Chelsea Mills

ALC 21/AM07 dated 31.08.06

F.No. 01/84/50/381/AM06/DES-V

Ratification of input-output norms in r/o A/L No.0510165788 dt. 5.9.2005

Decision: The Committee considered the case as per agenda and decided to call the applicant firm for personal hearing before the Committee on 14.9.2006. The case stands deferred for re-listing on 14.9.2006.

 

 

 

 

   Case No.536

M/s.Sonal Garments

ALC 21/AM07 dated 31.08.06

F.No. 01/84/162/765/AM06/DES-V

Ratification of input-output norms in r/o A/L No.031033665 dt. 29.6.2005 & 031033661 dt. 29.6.2005

Decision: The Committee considered the case as per agenda and observed that the firm has not furnished reply to DC(SSI) letter dated 28.8.2006. It was decided to defer the case for re-listing on 28.9.2006.

 

 

   Case No.537

M/s.Richa & Co.,

ALC 21/AM07 dated 31.08.06

F.No. 01/84/50/822/AM06/DES V

Ratification of input-output norms in r/o A/L No.0510179444 dt. 24.3.06

Decision: The Committee considered the case as per agenda and  observed that the case is under consideration of DC(SSI). It was decided to defer the case for re-listing on 28.9.2006.

 

 

   Case No.538

M/s.The Arvind Mills Ltd.,

ALC 21/AM07 dated 31.08.06

F.No. 01/84/162/417/AM07/DES-V

DEPB against export of Cotton  Knitted Fabric and Shirts under Group 89.

Decision: The Committee considered the case as per agenda and observed that the firm has not furnished reply to DGFT letter dated 24.8.2006. It was decided to await reply from the firm and defer  the case for re-listing on 28.9.2006.

 

 

   Case No.539

M/s.Sky Industries Ltd.,

ALC 21/AM07 dated 31.08.06

F.No. 01/84/50/675/AM05/DES-V

Ratification of input-output norms in r/o A/L No.0310321721 dt. 16.3.2005

Decision: The Committee considered the case as per agenda and    observed that the case is under consideration of DC(SSI). It was decided to defer the case for re-listing on 28.9.2006.

 

 

 

   Case No.540

M/s.Rajasthan Spinning & Weaving Mills Ltd.,

ALC 21/AM07 dated 31.08.06

F.No. 01/84/162/526/AM07/DES-V

Clarification on DEPB rate for S.No. 89/56.

Decision: The Committee considered the case as per agenda and decided to examine the case on file.

 

 

 

 

   Case No.541

M/s.Venus Garments India Ltd.,

ALC 21/AM07 dated 31.08.06

F.No. 01/84/162/1000/AM06/DES-V

Ratification of input-output norms in r/o A/L No.3010045887 dt. 3.2.06

Decision: The Committee considered the case as per agenda and decided to call from the firm specific name and the composition of  Chemicals sought for import. The case stands deferred for re-listing on 28.9.2006.

 

   Case No.542

M/s.Taj International Pvt. Ltd.,

ALC 21/AM07 dated 31.08.06

F.No. 01/84/50/49/AM07/DES-V

Ratification of input-output norms in r/o A/L No.0610010655 dt. 8.5.2006

Decision: The Committee considered the case as per agenda and  decided  that the reply received from the firm may be forwarded to DIPP for examination and comments. The case stands deferred for re-listing on 28.9.2006.

 

   Case No.543

M/s.Tata International Ltd.

ALC 21/AM07 dated 31.08.06

F.No. 01/84/50/557/AM06/DES-V

Ratification of input-output norms in r/o A/L No.0410076637 dt. 29.11.05

Decision: The Committee considered the case as per agenda and decided to call the applicant firm for personal hearing before the Committee on 28.9.2006. The case stands deferred for re-listing on 28.9.2006.

 

   Case No.544

M/s.Kusumgar Corporates.

ALC 21/AM07 dated 31.08.06

F.No. 01/84/50/454/AM06/DES-V

Ratification of input-output norms in r/o A/L No.0310350858 dt. 7.10.2005

Decision: The Committee considered the case as per agenda and  observed that the export product in this case is Jacket and the import quantity asked for by the firm is more than 20 sq.mtrs. per piece.  As per SION for the export product Jackets the fabric allowed is 2.48 sq.mtrs. per piece and in one of the cases the norms Committee has allowed 6 sq.mtrs. of Aramid fabric  per piece of Bullet Proof Jacket.  Moreover, the export has not  furnished sufficient justification  for higher requirement of inputs and also have failed to furnish samples of the export product to the technical authorities.  In view of above, the Committee decided to maintain the decision of  rejection already taken  in ALC meeting held on 8.12.2005. 

 

The file may be shown to DG for deleting Monitoring Reference. 

 

   Case No.545

M/s.Nitish International

ALC 21/AM07 dated 31.08.06

F.No. 01/84/162/06/AM07/DES-V

 Appeal against issue of  post export  DEPB.

Decision: The Committee considered the case as per agenda and  perused the report furnished by the Jt. DGFT, Ludhiana.  It was observed that the case of the firm has been rejected by the RLA being time barred under para 9.3 of Handbook of Procedure. The Committee after deliberations decided to maintain  the decision of RLA .  

 

 

   Case No.546

M/s.P.M.Enterprises

ALC 21/AM07 dated 31.08.06

F.No. 01/84/162/579/AM05/DES-V

Revalidation of  A/L No.03011235 dt. 19.6.96

Decision: The Committee considered the case as per agenda and observed that  the advance licence in question has been issued about   10 years back and there is no provision for revalidation of the same.  In view of the above, the Committee decided to maintain the decision of ALC No.22/AM05 held on 3.9.2004.

 

 

   Case No.547

M/s.Matrix Clothing Pvt.Ltd.,

ALC 21/AM07 dated 31.08.06

F.No. 01/84/50/141/AM07/DES-V

Ratification of input-output norms in r/o A/L No. No.0510184623 dt. 15.6.2006

Decision: The Committee considered the case as per agenda and  in consultation with the representatives of Technical Authorities present in the meeting decided to ratify the advance licence issued in this case as applied for. 

           

The GSM shall match both in import and export.

 

            The RLA shall be advised to take necessary action subject to compliance of other usual conditions.

 

 

   Case No.548

M/s.Scorpios Apparels Pvt. Td.,

ALC 21/AM07 dated 31.08.06

F.No. 01/84/50/602/AM06/DES-V

Ratification of input-output norms in r/o A/L No.0510171193 dt. 6.12.2005

Decision: The Committee considered the case as per agenda and  observed that the firm   was earlier granted import of fabric @  3.22 sq.mtrs per piece on the recommendation of TC, Mumbai which subsequently was enhanced to 4.11 sq.mtrs. per piece on the basis of recommendation given by DC(SSI).  The firm has again requested for further enhancement  of  fabric required for export product to the extent of 4.36 sq.mtrs. per piece for which no justification has been given.  The Committee after deliberating the issue in detail and in consultation with the representatives of technical authorities present in the meeting decided to  maintain the status-quo. 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

   Case No.549

M/s.Graffiti Exports

ALC 21/AM07 dated 31.08.06

F.No. 01/84/50/282/AM06/DES-V

Ratification of input-output norms in r/o A/L No.0510161818 dt. 11.7.05

Decision: The Committee considered the case as per agenda and  on the basis of written recommendations of DC(SSI) conveyed vide their U.O.No.37(5)/139/05-06/Hosy. dated 28.8.2006       decided to ratify the advance licence issued in this case as under:

 

Export item

Import Item

Qty.recommended/pc.

Girls’ Long Skirt with Polyester Belt, made of 100% Cotton Woven Corduroy fabric, GSM-145+/- 10% and 100% Polyester Woven fabric, GSM-185+/-10%

a) 100% Cotton Woven Corduroy fabric, GSM-145+/- 10%

 

b) 100% Polyester Woven  fabric, GSM-185+/- 10%

a) 1.30 sq.mtrs.

 

 

 

b) 0.09 sq.mtrs.

            The GSM shall match both in Import and Export.

 

            The RLA shall be advised to take necessary action subject to compliance of other usual conditions.

 

   Case No.550

M/s.Fenner (India) Ltd.

ALC 21/AM07 dated 31.08.06

F.No. 01/84/50/748/AM06/DES-V

Ratification of input-output norms in r/o A/L No.3510018048 dt. 22.2.2006

Decision: The Committee considered the case as per agenda and observed that the case is under examination of DC(SSI).  The Committee decided to defer the case for re-listing on 28.9.2006.


 

 

   Case No.551

M/s.Gupta Exim (India) Pvt. Ltd.,

ALC 21/AM07 dated 31.08.06

F.No. 01/84/162/343/AM07/DES-V

Ratification of input-output norms in r/o A/L No.0510183732 dt. 30.5.2006

Decision: The Committee considered the case as per agenda and  on the basis of written recommendations of DC(SSI) conveyed vide their U.O.No.37(5)/75/06-07/Hosy. dated 30.8.2006       decided to ratify the advance licence issued in this case as under:

 

Export Item

Import item

Qty. allowed

Export qty.

Men’s 100% Polyester 3 button reglan Polo Shirt with collar made of 100% Polyester Rib Knitted Fabric.

1) 100% Polyester Rib Knitted Fabric yarn dyed, GMS-155+/-10%.

2) 100% Polyester Pointell Knitted Fabric yarn dyed, GMS-155+/-10%.

3) 100% Polyester Knitted collar.

1) 992 Kgs.

 

 

2) 720 Kgs.

 

 

 

3) 5360 pcs.

 

1) 886 Kgs.

 

 

2) 615 Kgs.

 

 

 

3) 5255 Pcs.

 

 

            The GSM of fabric should match in Import and Export.

 

            The RLA shall be advised to take necessary action subject to compliance of other usual conditions.

 

   Case No.552

M/s.Chandra Mukhi Impex

ALC 21/AM07 dated 31.08.06

F.No. 01/84/50/607/AM04/DES-V

Ratification of Advance Licence No. 0210053923 dated 18.8.2003.

Decision:-  The Committee considered the case as per agenda and in consultation with the representatives of Technical Authorities present in the meeting decided to allow 5000 mtrs. of reflective tape of 25 mm width against the subject advance licence also. 

 

            RLA may take suitable  action accordingly.

 

 

                                             ***************

 

DIRECTORATE GENERAL OF FOREIGN TRADE

(DES- VI Section )

 

       Minutes of NC Meeting Nos. 21/07 held on 31.8.2006 held under the Chairmanship of Shri Surat Singh Addl.(D.G) in Room No. 4, Udyog Bhavan New Delhi.

 

       At the outset the Norms for White Sugar and Raw Sugar were ratified by committee.

 

            List of Members Present in the Meeting is at Annexure I.

 

            Total Number of Cases 59.

 

 

 

Case No. 1

Misc.

M/s. Suzlon Energy Ltd., Ahmedabad.

NC 21/07 Dt. 31.8.2006

F.No. 01/85/162/389/AM07/DES-VI.

Export of Suzlon Wind Operated Electricity Generator, etc. against import of Parts and Raw materials required for manufacture of Suzlon Wind Operated Electricity Generator, etc.

 

RLA, Rajkot, Ref. No.

 

The Committee considered the case as per agenda. It was observed that the Export Product “Wind Operated Electricity Generator” is an Engineering item and therefore the case may be transferred to DES-II for necessary action. 

           

 

 

Case No.2

20/85-ALC3/2006

M/s. Teesta Valley Exports Ltd; Kolkata.

NC 21/07 Dt. 31.8.2006

F.No.01/85/050/0076/AM 07/DES VI

Tea filled tin can and packed in outer box.

Lic. No. 0210091408 dt. 14.7.2006

RLA F.NO 02/24/040/00097/AM07

 

The Committee considered the case as per agenda. The Committee in consultation with the representative of the Technical Authority present in the meeting decided to ratify the Advance Licence issued in this case by allowed the item of import as per packing policy. The word “of Relevant Size andShapoe” may be suffixed to the description of export product. The description of item of import at S.No. (1) may be amended to read as “Tin Can of relevant size and Shape” and S.No. (2) as “Outer Boxes made from Art Paper of relevant GSM and size.

 

RLA may take suitably action subject to compliance of other usual conditions.

 

Case No.3.

20/85-ALC3/2006

M/s. Teesta Valley Exports Ltd; Kolkata.

NC 21/07 Dt. 31.8.2006

F.No.01/85/050/0065/AM 07/DES VI

Tea filled Nylon Tea Bags without Tag and Strings

Lic. No. 0210090732 dt. 28.6.2006

RLA F.NO 02/24/040/00086/AM07

 

            The Committee considered the case as per agenda. It was observed that the item of import and export are mismatching and cannot be considered under Duty Exemption Scheme. The Committee decided to reject the case.

 

            RLA may be advised to take necessary consequential action subject to other usual terms and conditions of the Foreign Trade Policy/ Procedure.

 

 

 

Case No. 4

Misc.

M/s. Sperry Plast Ltd., New Delhi.

NC 21/07 Dt. 31.8.2006

F.No. 01/85/162/396/AM07/DES-VI.

Export of Thermoplastic Compound/Thermoplastic Rubber Compounds TP/TPR Compound against import of Styrene Butadiene Co-Polymer Styrene, etc.

A/L No.0510186778 dt.17.7.2006 – under Para 4.7 of HBP (Vol.I), 2004-2009.

RLA, CLA, New Delhi, Ref. No.05/24/40/310/AM07.

 

The Committee considered the case as per agenda. It was observed that the Export Product “Thermoplastic Compound/Thermoplastic Rubber Compoundsibeing dealt in DES.VIII. It was decided to transfer the case to DES-VIII for necessary action. 

 

 

 

Case No. 5

Misc.

M/s. Sperry Plast Ltd., New Delhi.

NC 21/07 Dt. 31.8.2006

F.No. 01/85/162/395/AM07/DES-VI.

Export of Thermoplastic Rubber Compound/Thermoplastic Compounds TP/TPR Compound against import of Styrene Butadiene Styrene Block Co-Polymer/Styrene, etc.

A/L No.0510186781 dt.17.7.2006 – under Para 4.7 of HBP (Vol.I), 2004-2009.

RLA, CLA, New Delhi, Ref. No.05/24/40/311/AM07.

 

The Committee considered the case as per agenda. It was observed that the Export Product “Thermoplastic Rubber Compound etc.” is a Rubber item and therefore the case may be transferred to DES-VIII for necessary action. 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Case No. 6

Food. 31/07

M/s. Plant Lipids Pvt. Ltd., Ernakulam.

NC 21/07 Dt. 31.8.2006

F.No.01/85/162/123/AM07/DES.VI.

Export of Curcumin Powder against import of Turmeric.

A/L No.1010023187 dt. 28.03.2006 - under Para 4.7 of HBP (Vol. I)  2004-2009.

RLA, Cochin, Ref. No.10/24/40/79/AM06.

 

            The Committee considered the case as per agenda. Committee observed that in case these exports donot take place vital foreign exchange earning and Indian’s presence in the International Market will decline leading to closure of International accepted company leading to unemployment. Moreover Spices Board has confirmed authentically that these items are required for production and export of these products. Hence opposition of the Department of Agriculture and Cooperation has been noted and found that Committee does not concur with their views.

 

            It was observed that Spices Board has given details of Yield as per Lab Report against respective Bill of Entry. Accordingly details of import of Turmeric to be allowed against export of 1000 MT of Curcumin Powder works out as under:-

           

 

S.No.

B.L. No. & date

Qty of imports

Certified Yield %

Qty of export product

1.

177284 dt.25.4.06

30 MT

6.45%

1.935 MT

2.

177362 dt.26.4.06

15 MT

6.40%

0.960 MT

3.

177055 dt.20.4.06

13 MT

4.93%

0.641 MT

4.

177171 dt.22.4.06

15 MT

5.54%

0.831 MT

5.

177172 dt.22.4.06

30 MT

6.62%

1.986 MT

 

TOTAL

103 MT

 

6.353 MT

 

            The weighted average works out to 6.353 / 103 x 100 = 6.168%. Accordingly against export of 10,000 Kgs of Curcumin Powder a quantity of 1,62,127 Kgs of Turmeric be allowed.

 

            RLA may be advised to take necessary consequential action subject to other usual terms and conditions of the Foreign Trade Policy/ Procedure.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Case No. 7

7/42/85-ALC3/2005

M/s. Plant Lipids Pvt. Ltd., Cochin.

NC 21/07 Dt. 31.8.2006

F.No.01/85/50/177/AM06/DES.VI.

Export of Oleoresin Basil against import of Basil Leaves Powder/siftings.

A/L No.1010022148 dt.24.11.2005 – under Para 4.7 of HBP (Vol.1) 2004-2009.

RLA, Cochin,  Ref. No.10/24/040/59/AM06.

 

            The Committee considered the case as per agenda. Committee observed that in case these exports donot take place vital foreign exchange earning and Indian’s presence in the International Market will decline leading to closure of International accepted company leading to unemployment. Moreover Spices Board has confirmed authentically that these items are required for production and export of these products. Hence opposition of the Department of Agriculture and Cooperation has been noted and found that Committee does not concur with their views.

 

            It was observed that Spices Board has certified a yield of 4.5%. Accordingly import of 100,000 Kgs of Basil Leaves Powder/Sittings against export of 4500 Kgs of Oleoresin Basis, as applied for be allowed.

 

RLA may be advised to ratify the case under para 4.7 of the HBP accordingly and take necessary action subject to other usual terms and conditions of the Foreign Trade Policy/Procedure.

 

 

 

Case No. 8

1/46/85-ALC3/2005

M/s. Plant Lipids Pvt. Ltd., Ernakulam.

NC 21/07 Dt. 31.8.2006

F.No.01/85/50/208/AM06/DES.VI.

Export of Oleoresin Spearmint against import of Spearmint Herb/Siftings.

A/L No.1010022457 dt.22.12.2005 – under Para 4.7 of HBP (Vol.1) 2004-2009.

RLA, Cochin,  Ref. No.10/24/040/67/AM06.

 

            The Committee considered the case as per agenda. Committee observed that in case these exports donot take place vital foreign exchange earning and Indian’s presence in the International Market will decline leading to closure of International accepted company leading to unemployment. Moreover Spices Board has confirmed authentically that these items are required for production and export of these products. Hence opposition of the Department of Agriculture and Cooperation has been noted and found that Committee does not concur with their views.

 

            It was observed that Spices Board has certified a yield of 1.5% against 2% yield applied by the party. As the party has applied for higher yield, it was decided to allow imports as applied for.

 

RLA may be advised to ratify the case under para 4.7 of the HBP accordingly and take necessary action subject to other usual terms and conditions of the Foreign Trade Policy/Procedure.

 

Case No. 9

Misc. 47/05

M/s. Plant Lipids Pvt. Ltd., Cochin.

NC 21/07 Dt. 31.8.2006

F.No.01/85/162/461/AM05/DES.VI.

Export of Oleoresin Oregano against import of Oregano Herb Powder Siftings.

A/L No.1010017038 dt.5.8.2004 – under Para 4.7 of HBP (Vol.1) 2004-2009.

RLA, Cochin,  Ref. No.10/24/040/29/AM05.

 

            The Committee considered the case as per agenda. Committee observed that this is a case of import of Methyl Acetate and nor exchange earning and Indian’s presence in the International Market will decline leading to closure of International accepted company leading to unemployment. Moreover Spices Board has confirmed authentically that these items are required for production and export of these products. Hence opposition of the Department of Agriculture and Cooperation has been noted and found that Committee does not concur with their views.

 

            It was observed that Spices Board has certified a yield of 4.5% Accordingly quantity of import item may be calculated by RLA.

 

RLA may be advised to ratify the case under para 4.7 of the HBP accordingly and take necessary action subject to other usual terms and conditions of the Foreign Trade Policy/Procedure.

 

 

 

Case No. 10

8/42/85-ALC3/2005

M/s. Plant Lipids Pvt. Ltd., Ernakulam.

NC 21/07 Dt. 31.8.2006

F.No.01/85/50/178/AM06/DES.VI.

Export of Coriander Oil/Oleoresin against import of Coriander Seed.

A/L No.1010022150 dt. 24.11.2005 - under Para 4.7 of HBP (Vol. I)  2004-2009.

RLA, Cochin,Ref. No.10/81/40/60/AM06.

 

            The Committee considered the case as per agenda. Committee observed that in case these exports donot take place vital foreign exchange earning and Indian’s presence in the International Market will decline leading to closure of International accepted company leading to unemployment. Moreover Spices Board has confirmed authentically that these items are required for production and export of these products. Hence opposition of the Department of Agriculture and Cooperation has been noted and found that Committee does not concur with their views.

 

            It was observed that Spices Board has certified a yield of 1.79% for Volatile Oil and 4.60% for Oleoresin. Since party has applied for a higher yield of 17, it was decided to allow imports as applied for.

 

RLA may be advised to ratify the case under para 4.7 of the HBP accordingly and take necessary action subject to other usual terms and conditions of the Foreign Trade Policy/Procedure.

 

Case No. 11

3/39/85-ALC3/2005

M/s. Plant Lipids Pvt. Ltd., Ernakulam.

NC 21/07 Dt. 31.8.2006

F. No. 01/85/050/142/AM06/DES VI

Export of  Nutmeg Oil/Oleoresin against import of Nutmeg without Shell.

A/L No 1010021881 dt 21.10.2005 -under para 4.7 of HBP  (Vol. 1) 2004-2009

RLA, Cochin Ref. No.10/81/040/0047/AM06.

 

            The Committee considered the case as per agenda. Committee observed that in case these exports donot take place vital foreign exchange earning and Indian’s presence in the International Market will decline leading to closure of International accepted company leading to unemployment. Moreover Spices Board has confirmed authentically that these items are required for production and export of these products. Hence opposition of the Department of Agriculture and Cooperation has been noted and found that Committee does not concur with their views.

 

            It was observed that Spices Board has given details of Yield as per Lab Report against respective Bill of Entry. Accordingly details of import of to be allowed in this case be worked out as under:-

           

S.

No.

B.L. No. & date

Qty of imports

Certified Yield %

Qty of export product

1.

176627 dt.12.4.06

27.50 MT

10.00% for Oil

2.750 MT

2.

176448 dt.7.4.06

17.50 MT

9.67% for Oil

1.692 MT

 

TOTAL

45.00 MT

 

4.442MT

 

WEIGHTED AVERAGE

 

9.871 %

 

3.

176627 dt.12.4.06

27.50 MT

22.63% for Oleoresin

6.223 MT

4.

176448 dt.7.4.06

17.50 MT

24.50% for Oleoresin

4.387 MT

5.

TOTAL

45.00 MT

 

10.610 MT

 

WEIGHTED AVERAGE

 

23.58% for Oleoresin

 

 

            The weighted average works out to 9.871% FOR Oil and 23.58% for Oleoresin. Since party has applied for a higher yield of 25%%, it was decided to allow imports as applied for.

 

RLA may be advised to ratify the case under para 4.7 of the HBP accordingly and take necessary action subject to other usual terms and conditions of the Foreign Trade Policy/Procedure.

 

 

 

 

 

 

Case No.12

8/42/85-ALC3/2005

M/s. Plant Lipids Pvt. Ltd., Cochin.

NC 21/07 Dt. 31.8.2006

F.No.01/85/50/220/AM06/DES.VI.

Export of Black Pepper Oil/Oleoresin against import of Black Pepper (Light Berries).

A/L No.1010022598 dt.13.1.2006 – under Para 4.7 of HBP (Vol.1) 2004-2009.

RLA, Cochin,  Ref. No.10/24/040/76/AM06.

 

            The Committee considered the case as per agenda. Committee observed that in case these exports donot take place vital foreign exchange earning and Indian’s presence in the International Market will decline leading to closure of International accepted company leading to unemployment. Moreover Spices Board has confirmed authentically that these items are required for production and export of these products. Hence opposition of the Department of Agriculture and Cooperation has been noted and found that Committee does not concur with their views.

 

            It was observed that Spices Board has certified a yield of 3.17% for Volatile Oil and 8.00% for Oleoresin. Since party has applied for a higher yield of 12%, it was decided to allow imports as applied for.

 

RLA may be advised to ratify the case under para 4.7 of the HBP accordingly and take necessary action subject to other usual terms and conditions of the Foreign Trade Policy/Procedure.

 

 

 

Case No.13

2/33/85-ALC3/2005

M/s. Plant Lipids Pvt. Ltd., Cochin.

NC 21/07 Dt. 31.8.2006

F.No.01/85/50/105/AM06/DES.VI.

Export of Curcumin Powder against import of Turmeric.

A/L No.1010021429 dt.5.9.2005 – under Para 4.7 of HBP (Vol.1) 2004-2009.

RLA, Cochin,  Ref. No.10/81/040/35/AM06.

 

            The Committee considered the case as per agenda. Committee observed that in case these exports donot take place vital foreign exchange earning and Indian’s presence in the International Market will decline leading to closure of International accepted company leading to unemployment. Moreover Spices Board has confirmed authentically that these items are required for production and export of these products. Hence opposition of the Department of Agriculture and Cooperation has been noted and found that Committee does not concur with their views.

 

            It was observed that Spices Board has given details of Yield as per Lab Report against respective Bill of Entry. Accordingly details of import of Turmeric to be allowed against export of 1000 MT of Curcumin Powder works out as under:-

           

 

 

S.No.

B.L. No. & date

Qty of imports

Certified Yield %

Qty of export product

1.

16704 Dt.6.10.05

60.90 MT

5.50%

3.350 MT

2.

168477 Dt.2.11.05

19.32 MT

5.34%

1.032 MT

3.

168912 Dt.10.11.05

40.60 MT

5.38%

2.184 MT

4.

168959 Dt.11.11.05

94.9- MT

5.29%

5.020 MT

 

TOTAL

215.72 MT

 

11.586

 

WEIGHTED AVERAGE

        

5.37%

 

 

            The weighted average works out to 5.37%. Accordingly against export of 20000 Kgs of Curcumin Powder a quantity of 372439 Kgs of Turmeric be allowed.

 

            RLA may be advised to take necessary consequential action subject to other usual terms and conditions of the Foreign Trade Policy/ Procedure.

 

 

 

Case No.14

7/16/85-ALC3/2005

M/s. Plant Lipids Pvt. Ltd., Ernakulam.

NC 21/07 Dt. 31.8.2006

F.No.01/85/50/49/AM05/DES.VI.

Export of Oleoresin Nutmeg against import of Nutmeg without Shell (BWP) (Broken Wormy Panky), etc.

A/L No.1010016004 dt.18.5.2004 – under Para 4.7 of HBP (Vol.1) 2002-2007.

RLA, Cochin,  Ref. No.10/81/040/39/AM05.

 

            The Committee considered the case as per agenda. Committee observed that in case these exports donot take place vital foreign exchange earning and Indian’s presence in the International Market will decline leading to closure of International accepted company leading to unemployment. Moreover Spices Board has confirmed authentically that these items are required for production and export of these products. Hence opposition of the Department of Agriculture and Cooperation has been noted and found that Committee does not concur with their views.

 

            It was observed that Spices Board has certified a yield of 25.12% for Nutmeg against export of Oleoresin Nutmeg. Accordingly a quantity of 10,031.85 Kgs. of Nutmeg be allowed.

 

RLA may be advised to ratify the case under para 4.7 of the HBP accordingly and take necessary action subject to other usual terms and conditions of the Foreign Trade Policy/Procedure.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Case No.15

10/46/85-ALC3/2005

M/s. Plant Lipids Pvt. Ltd., Cochin.

NC 21/07 Dt. 31.8.2006

F.No.01/85/50/219/AM06/DES.VI.

Export of Curcumin Powder against import of Turmeric.

A/L No.1010022597 dt.13.01.2006 – under Para 4.7 of HBP (Vol.1) 2004-2009.

RLA, Cochin,  Ref. No.10/24/040/75/AM06.

 

            The Committee considered the case as per agenda. Committee observed that in case these exports donot take place vital foreign exchange earning and Indian’s presence in the International Market will decline leading to closure of International accepted company leading to unemployment. Moreover Spices Board has confirmed authentically that these items are required for production and export of these products. Hence opposition of the Department of Agriculture and Cooperation has been noted and found that Committee does not concur with their views.

 

            It was observed that Spices Board has given details of Yield as per Lab Report against respective Bill of Entry. Accordingly details of import of Turmeric to be allowed against export of 1000 MT of Curcumin Powder works out as under:-

           

S.No.

B.L. No. & date

Qty of imports

Certified Yield %

Qty of export product

1.

177168 Dt.22.4.06

15.000 MT

5.22%

0.783 MT

2.

177056 Dt.20.4.06

60.400 MT

5.82%

3.515 MT

3.

177054 Dt.20.4.06

16.00 MT

6.84%

1.026 MT

4.

177451 Dt.7.4.06

60.00 MT

6.26%

3.756 MT

5.

175903 Dt.25.3.06

60.00 MT

6.59%

3.954 MT

6

175570 Dt.18.3.06

30.000 MT

6.12%

1.836 MT

 

175905 Dt.25.3.06

30.400 MT

7.58%

2.274 MT

 

176450 Dt.7.4.06

30.000 MT

6.90%

2.070 MT

 

175090 Dt.9.3.06

30.400 MT

6.17%

1.851 MT

 

175904 Dt.25.3.06

30.000 MT

5.87%

1.761 MT

 

175389 Dt.15.3.06

30.000 MT

5.88%

1.764 MT

 

176392 Dt.6.4.06

30.400 MT

6.64%

1.992 MT

 

175097 Dt.9.3.06

30.000 MT

5.53%

1.659 MT

 

176016 Dt.28.3.06

30.400 MT

6.57%

1.971 MT

 

TOTAL

480.400 MT

 

30.212 MT

 

WEIGHTED AVERAGE

 

6.29%

 

 

            The weighted average works out to  6.29%. Accordingly against export of 20000 Kgs Curcumin Powder a quantity of  381558 Kgs of Turmeric be allowed.

 

            RLA may be advised to take necessary consequential action subject to other usual terms and conditions of the Foreign Trade Policy/ Procedure.

 

 

 

 

Case No.16

6/42/85-ALC3/2005

M/s. Plant Lipids Pvt. Ltd., Ernakulam.

NC 21/07 Dt. 31.8.2006

F.No.01/85/50/179/AM06/DES.VI.

Export of Oleoresin Sage against import of Sage (Siftings).

A/L No.1010022151 dt. 24.11.2005 - under Para 4.7 of HBP (Vol. I)  2004-2009.

RLA, Cochin,Ref. No.10/81/40/61/AM06.

 

            The Committee considered the case as per agenda. Committee observed that in case these exports donot take place vital foreign exchange earning and Indian’s presence in the International Market will decline leading to closure of International accepted company leading to unemployment. Moreover Spices Board has confirmed authentically that these items are required for production and export of these products. Hence opposition of the Department of Agriculture and Cooperation has been noted and found that Committee does not concur with their views.

 

            It was observed that Spices Board has certified a yield of 7%. Since party has also applied for 7% yield, it was decided to allow imports as applied for.

 

RLA may be advised to ratify the case under para 4.7 of the HBP accordingly and take necessary action subject to other usual terms and conditions of the Foreign Trade Policy/Procedure.

 

 

 

Case No.17

Misc. 13/06

M/s. Plant Lipids Pvt. Ltd., Cochin.

NC 21/07 Dt. 31.8.2006

F.No.01/85/50/216/AM05/DES.VI.

Export of Oleoresin Thyme against import of Thyme.

A/L No. 1010018418 dt. 11.11.2004 – under Para 4.7 of HBP (Vol.1) 2004-2009.

RLA, Cochin,  Ref. No.10/24/40/47/AM05.

 

            The Committee considered the case as per agenda. Committee observed that in case these exports donot take place vital foreign exchange earning and Indian’s presence in the International Market will decline leading to closure of International accepted company leading to unemployment. Moreover Spices Board has confirmed authentically that these items are required for production and export of these products. Hence opposition of the Department of Agriculture and Cooperation has been noted and found that Committee does not concur with their views.

 

            It was observed that Spices Board has certified a yield of 1.33% against 2.75% yield applied by the party. As the party has applied for higher yield, it was decided to allow imports as applied for.

 

RLA may be advised to ratify the case under para 4.7 of the HBP accordingly and take necessary action subject to other usual terms and conditions of the Foreign Trade Policy/Procedure.

 

Case No.18

Food. 20/07

M/s. Synthite Industrial Chemicals Ltd., Cochin.

NC 21/07 Dt. 31.8.2006

F.No.01/85/162/52/AM07/DES.VI.

Export of Oleoresin Turmeric against import of Turmeric.

A/L No.1010023139 dt. 23.3.2006 – under Para 4.7 of HBP (Vol.1) 2004-2009.

RLA, Cochin,  Ref. No.10/24/040/74/AM06.

 

            The Committee considered the case as per agenda. Committee observed that in case these exports donot take place vital foreign exchange earning and Indian’s presence in the International Market will decline leading to closure of International accepted company leading to unemployment. Moreover Spices Board has confirmed authentically that these items are required for production and export of these products. Hence opposition of the Department of Agriculture and Cooperation has been noted and found that Committee does not concur with their views.

 

            It was observed that Spices Board has given details of Yield as per Lab Report against respective Bill of Entry. Accordingly details of import of Turmeric to be allowed against export of 1000 MT of Curcumin Powder works out as under:-

           

S.No.

B.L. No. & date

Qty of imports

Certified Yield %

Qty of export product

1.

176853 Dt.18.4.06

10.00 MT

7.56%

0.756 MT

2.

176852 Dt.18.4.06

40.00 MT

6.76%

2.704 MT

3.

TOTAL

50.00 MT

 

3.460 MT

4.

WEIGHTED AVERAGE

 

6.92%

 

 

            The weighted average works out to 6.92%. Accordingly against export of 3000 MT Oleoresin Turmeric a quantity of  43.353MT of Turmeric be allowed.

 

            RLA may be advised to take necessary consequential action subject to other usual terms and conditions of the Foreign Trade Policy/ Procedure.

 

 


Case No.19

7/30/85/ALC-3

M/s. Synthite Industrial Chemicals Ltd., Cochin

NC 21/07 Dt. 31.8.2006

F. No. 01/85/50/172/AM-04/DES-VI

Export of oleoresin garlic   against import of  garlic oil

A/L No. 1010013896 dt. 8.10.2003 –under para 4.7 of HBP (VOL-1) 2004-2009

RLA Cochin Ref. No. 10/24/40/12/AM04

 

            The Committee considered the case as per agenda. Committee observed that in case these exports donot take place vital foreign exchange earning and Indian’s presence in the International Market will decline leading to closure of International accepted company leading to unemployment. Moreover Spices Board has confirmed authentically that these items are required for production and export of these products. Hence opposition of the Department of Agriculture and Cooperation has been noted and found that Committee does not concur with their views.

 

            It was observed that Spices Board has given details of Garlic Oil used in the Oleoresin Garlic exported. Since party has applied for lower quantity, imports be allowed as applied for.

 

            RLA may be advised to take necessary action accordingly to other usual terms and conditions of the Foreign Trade Policy/ Procedure.

 

 

 

Case No. 20

Food 48/07

M/s. Synthite Industrial Chemicals Ltd; Cochin

NC 21/07 Dt. 31.8.2006

01/85/162/182/AM 07/DES VI

Export of Oleoresin Turmeric

A/L No. 1010023403 dt. 25.4.2006

RLA, Cochin Ref. no. 10/24/40/0002/AM 07

 

            The Committee considered the case as per agenda. It was observed that Spices Board has not yet furnished its report. It was decided to remind Spices Board to expedite comments in this case.

 

Consideration of the case was deferred for re-listing on 28.9.2006.

 

 


Case No.21

Food

M/s. Synthite Industrial Chemicals Ltd; Cochin

NC 21/07 Dt. 31.08.2006

01/85/162/183/AM 07/DES VI

Export of Oleoresin Turmeric

A/L No. 1010023424 dt. 27.4.2006

RLA, Cochin Ref.No. 10/24/40/003/AM 07

 

            The Committee considered the case as per agenda. It was observed that Spices Board has not yet furnished its report. It was decided to remind Spices Board to expedite comments in this case.

 

            Consideration of the case was deferred for re-listing on 28.9.2006.

 

 

Case No.22

Food. 19/07

M/s. Synthite Industrial Chemicals Ltd., Cochin.

NC 21/07 Dt. 31.8.2006

F.No.01/85/162/53/AM07/DES.VI.

Export of Oleoresin Nutmeg against import of Nutmeg (BWP).

A/L No.1010023141dt. 23.3.2006 – under Para 4.7 of HBP (Vol.1) 2004-2009.

RLA, Cochin,  Ref. No.10/24/040/76/AM06.

 

            The Committee considered the case as per agenda. It was observed that Spices Board has not yet furnished its report. It was decided to remind Spices Board to expedite comments in this case.

 

            Consideration of the case was deferred for re-listing on 28.9.2006.

 

Case No.23

Food. 21/07

M/s. Synthite Industrial Chemicals Ltd., Cochin.

NC 21/07 Dt. 31.8.2006

F.No.01/85/162/51/AM07/DES.VI.

Export of Oleoresin Turmeric against import of Turmeric.

A/L No.1010023137 dt. 23.3.2006 – under Para 4.7 of HBP (Vol.1) 2004-2009.

RLA, Cochin,  Ref. No.10/24/040/73/AM06.

 

            The Committee considered the case as per agenda. It was observed that Spices Board has not yet furnished its report. It was decided to remind Spices Board to expedite comments in this case.

 

            Consideration of the case was deferred for re-listing on 28.9.2006.

 

 

 


Case No. 24

Food. 15/06

M/s.Gujarat Ambuja Exports Ltd., Ahmedabad

NC 21/07 Dt. 31.8.2006

F.No. 01/85/162/683/AM03/DES.VI.( Vol. I & II)

 F.No. 01/85/162/89/AM06/DES.VI      

Correction of SION Number for export product E-37  for Rapeseed Extraction in Public Notice  No.32 dated 13.7.2006.

 

            The Committee considered the case as per agenda. It was observed that there is a typographical mistake for Notification of Norms for Fuel in Public Notice  No.32 dated 13.7.2006 for SION E-37  for Rapeseed Extraction. It was decided to correct the SION No. E-37 instead of E-39  as typographical mistake. Correction be notified in a Public Notice.

 

 

 

Case No.25

20/85-ALC3/2006

M/s. Bansal Overseas, Karnal.

NC 21/07.Dt. 31.08.2006

F.No.01/85/50/244/AM06/DES.VI.

Deletion of E.O. for export of Rice against Advance Licence for import of Fuel.

A/L No.3310008107 dt. 10.2.2006 – under Para 4.7 of HBP (Vol.1) 2004-2009.

RLA, Cochin,  Ref. No.33/24/40/021/AM06.

 

            The Committee considered the case as per agenda. The Committee decided that while applying for Fuel under Duty Exemption Scheme, separate EO fulfillment would be required. No concessions on past exports done can be granted. It was decided to reject request of the party. RLA may also be informed suitably in the matter.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Case No.26

20/85-ALC3/2006

M/s. Bansal Overseas, Karnal.

NC 21/07.Dt. 31.08.2006

F.No.01/85/50/243/AM06/DES.VI.

Deletion of E.O. for export of Rice against Advance Licence for import of Fuel.

A/L No.3310008106 dt. 10.2.2006 – under Para 4.7 of HBP (Vol.1) 2004-2009.

RLA, Cochin,  Ref. No.33/24/40/020/AM06.

 

            The Committee considered the case as per agenda. The Committee decided that while applying for Fuel under Duty Exemption Scheme, separate EO fulfillment would be required. No concessions on past exports done can be granted. It was decided to reject request of the party. RLA may also be informed suitably in the matter.

 

 

Case No.27

20/85-ALC3/2006

M/s. Fibre World, Alappuzha.

NC 21/07 Dt. 31.8.2006

F.No. 01/85/50/45/AM-07/DES-VI

Fixation of Essential Oil of Horseradish against import of Dehydrated Horseradish Flakes.

A/L No. 1010023657 dt.7.6.2006 – under Para 4.7 of HBP (Vol.I) 2004-2009

RLA, Cochin Ref. No.10/24/040/012/AM07.

 

            The Committee considered the case as per agenda. It was observed that the Export Product “PVC Backed Coir Mats and Mattings” is a PVC based item and therefore the case may be transferred to DES-VIII for necessary action. 

 

 

Case No.28

20/85-ALC3/2006

M/s. B & A Multiwall Packaging Ltd; Kolkata.

NC 21/07 Dt. 31.8.2006

F.No.01/85/50/82/AM07/DES.VI.

Export of Paper Bags made of Kraft Paper against import of Kraft Paper and Aluminium Foil laminated Kraft Paper etc.

A/L No.0210091734 dt.24.7.2006 – under Para 4.7 of HBP (Vol.1) 2004-2009.

RLA, Kolkata  Ref. No.02/24/040/107/AM07.

 

            The Committee considered the case as per agenda. It was observed that the Export Product “Paper Bags made of Kraft Paper” is a Paper item and therefore the case may be transferred to DES-III for necessary action. 

 

 

Case No.29

20/85-ALC3/2006

M/s. B & A Multiwall Packaging Ltd; Kolkata.

NC 21/07 Dt. 31.8.2006

F.No.01/85/50/83/AM07/DES.VI.

Export of Paper Bags made of Kraft Paper against import of Kraft Paper and Aluminium Foil laminated Kraft Paper etc.

A/L No.0210091735 dt.24.7.2006 – under Para 4.7 of HBP (Vol.1) 2004-2009.

RLA, Kolkata  Ref. No.02/24/040/108/AM07.

 

            The Committee considered the case as per agenda. It was observed that the Export Product “Paper Bags made of Kraft Paper” is a Paper item and therefore the case may be transferred to DES-III for necessary action. 

 

Case No. 30

20/85-ALC3/2006

M/s. B & A Multiwall Packaging Ltd; Kolkata.

NC 21/07 Dt. 31.8.2006

F.No.01/85/50/84/AM07/DES.VI.

Export of Paper Bags made of Kraft Paper against import of Kraft Paper and Aluminium Foil laminated Kraft Paper etc.

A/L No.0210091737 dt.24.7.2006 – under Para 4.7 of HBP (Vol.1) 2004-2009.

RLA, Kolkata  Ref. No.02/24/040/109/AM07.

 

            The Committee considered the case as per agenda. It was observed that the Export Product “Paper Bags made of Kraft Paper” is a Paper item and therefore the case may be transferred to DES-III for necessary action. 

 

 

 

Case No.31

20/85-ALC3/2006

M/s.Bhogale Coating & Paints Pvt.Ltd;Aurangabad

NC 21/07 Dt. 31.8.2006

F.No.01/85/50/98/AM07/DES.VI.

Export of PTEF based nonstick Paints for Industrial Use etc. against import of PTEF Powder etc.

A/L No.0310393025 dt.4.8.2006 – under Para 4.7 of HBP (Vol.1) 2004-2009.

RLA, Kolkata  Ref. No.03/94/040/461/AM07.

 

            The Committee considered the case as per agenda. It was observed that the Export Product “PTEF based nonstick Paints for Industrial Use” is a Paint item and therefore the case may be transferred to DES-III for necessary action. 

 

 

Case No.32

7/44/85-NC-3/2005

M/s. Shree Gopal Impex Pvt. Ltd., Delhi.

NC 21/07 Dt. 31.8.2006

F.No.01/85/50/194/AM06/DES.VI.

Export of Graded Almonds in Shell against import Assorted Almons in Shell (American).

A/L No.0510170938 dt. 1.12.2005 – under Para 4.7 of HBP (Vol.I) 2004-2009.

RLA, CLA, New Delhi, Ref. No.05/24/40/617/AM06.

 

            The Committee considered the case as per agenda. It was observed that the manufacturing activity involved is only assorting of imported Almonds in Shells for exports. The Duty Exemption scheme covers an activity for a value addition and not simple assorting, grading and re-packing etc. The Committee, therefore, decided to reject the case.

 

            RLA may be advised to take necessary consequential action subject to other usual terms and conditions of the Foreign Trade Policy/ Procedure.

 

 

 

 

 

Case No. 33

7/44/85-NC-3/2005

M/s. Shree Gopal Impex Pvt. Ltd., Delhi.

NC 21/07 Dt. 31.8.2006

F.No.01/85/50/195/AM-06/DES.VI.

Export of Graded Almonds in Shell against import of Assorted Almonds in Shell (American).

A/L No.0510170939 dt. 1.12.2005 – under Para 4.7 of HBP (Vol.I) 2004-2009.

RLA, CLA, New Delhi, Ref. No.05/24/40/618/AM06.

 

            The Committee considered the case as per agenda. It was observed that the manufacturing activity involved is only assorting of imported Almonds in Shells for exports. The Duty Exemption scheme covers an activity for a value addition and not simple assorting, grading and re-packing etc. The Committee, therefore, decided to reject the case.

 

            RLA may be advised to take necessary consequential action subject to other usual terms and conditions of the Foreign Trade Policy/ Procedure.

 

 

Case No.34

7/44/85-NC-3/2005

M/s. Shree Gopal Impex Pvt. Ltd., Delhi.

NC 21/07 Dt. 31.8.2006

F.No.01/85/50/201/AM-06/DES.VI.

Export of Graded Almonds in Shell against import Assorted Almons in Shell (American).

A/L No.0510171318 dt. 7.12.2005 – under Para 4.7 of HBP (Vol.I) 2004-2009.

RLA, CLA, New Delhi, Ref. No.05/24/40/621/AM06.

 

            The Committee considered the case as per agenda. It was observed that the manufacturing activity involved is only assorting of imported Almonds in Shells for exports. The Duty Exemption scheme covers an activity for a value addition and not simple assorting, grading and re-packing etc. The Committee, therefore, decided to reject the case.

 

            RLA may be advised to take necessary consequential action subject to other usual terms and conditions of the Foreign Trade Policy/ Procedure.

 

 

Case No.35

M/s. Amin Marine Exports, Chennai.

NC 21/07 Dt. 31.8.2006

File No.01/85/50/210/AM 06/DES.VI          

Export of processed Trimmed Shark Fins (Except Wild Life) and processed Trimmed Shark Fin against import of Raw Dried Shark Fins Unprocessed Untrimmed (Except Wild Life.).

A/L. 0410077606 dt. 3.1.2065- under para 4.7 of NBP (Vil.I) 2004-2009.

RLA, Chennai, Ref: 04/24/40/531/AM06                                                                          

 

            The Committee considered the case as per agenda. It was observed that MPEDA has not yet furnished comments. It was decided to remind MPEDA to expedite comments in this case.

 

Consideration of the case was deferred for re-listing on 28.9.2006.

 

Case No.36

3/12/85-ALC 3/06

M/s. William Goodacre and Sons

NC 21/07 Dt. 31.8.2006

F.No. 01/85/050/20/AM07/DES VI

Coir product with a mixture of Coir and Polypropylene Yarn having poly content of not less than 5 Kg/M2 (6116.4)

Lic No.1010023445 dt. 3/5/2005 under para 4.7 of HBP.

RLA F.No. 10/81/040/0004/AM 07

 

            The Committee considered the case as per agenda. It was observed that the Export Product “coir Product with a Mixture of Coir and Polypropylene Yarn” is Polypropylene based items and therefore the case may be transferred to DES-VIII for necessary action. 

 

 

 

Case No. 37

 

M/s. Kerala Balers Pvt. Ltd., Alleppey.

NC 21/07.Dt. 31.08.2006

F.No.01/85/162/412/AM07/DES.VI.

Amendment of Export products from “Coir Products – Mixture of Sisal and Coir” as per SION K-110 to “Latex Backed Coir and Sisal Mattings”

Advance licence No.1010013793 dated 25.9.2003.

RLA, Cochin Ref. No.10/80/40/85/AM04.

 

            The Committee considered the case as per agenda. The Committee observed that the party has requested for amendment of the export product from “Coir Products – Mixture of Sisal and Coir” as per SION K-110 to “Latex Backed Coir and Sisal Mattings” “. It was decided to allow a wastage of 5% against import of Sisal Yarn. Party shall account for “Sisal Yarn  excluding 5% wastage” in the export product.

 

            RLA shall take the necessary action accordingly subject to fulfillment of other terms and conditions as per policy/procedure.

 

 

 

Case No.38

M/s.Anand Jute Industries, Calcutta.

NC 21/07 Dt. 31.8.2006

F.No. 01/85/50/179/AM05/DES.VI

Export of Jute Hessian(Chemically treated) sand bags against import of evoral fit metal salt containing paraffin/wax desperson etc.

A/L  No.02120069790 dated 20.9.2004-under para 4.7. of HBP(Vol.1) 2002-2007.

RLA, Kolkata, Ref No. 02/24/40/41/AM05

 

            The Committee considered the case as per agenda. It was decided to remind Jute Commissioner to expedite comments in this case.

 

Consideration of the case was deferred for re-listing on 28.9.2006.

 

 

 

Case No. 39

20/85-ALC3/2005

M/s. Lastolite India Pvt. Ltd., Chenglepattu.

NC 21/07 Dt. 31.8.2006

F.No.01/85/50/48/AM07/DES.VI.

Export of Cubelite against import of Nylon Taffeta Coated Synthetic Fabric.

A/L No.0410082135 dt. 13.6.2006 – under Para 4.7 of HBP (Vol.1) 2004-2009.

RLA, Chennai, Ref. No.04/24/40/52/AM07.

 

            The Committee considered the case as per agenda. The Committee noted that the export product comes under the purview of DES.V and hence decided to transfer the complete file to the above section. 

 

 

 


Case No. 40-A

3/41/85-ALC3

M/s. Kashmir Appiaries Exports, Ludhiana.

NC 21/07 Dt. 31.8.2006

F. No. 01/85/050/210/AM04/DES-VI

Export of Honey against import of Bee Wax.

A/L Nos. 3010029952 dt. 2.12.2003 under para 4.7 of HBP ( Vol-1 ) 2002-2007.

RLA,  Ludhiana. Ref. No. 30/24/40/43/AM04;

 


Case No. 40-B

3/41/85-ALC3

M/s. Kashmir Appiaries Exports, Ludhiana.

NC 21/07 Dt. 31.8.2006

F. No. 01/85/050/370/AM04/DES-VI

Export of Honey against import of Bee Wax.

A/L Nos. 3010032478 dt.8.3.2004; under para 4.7 of HBP ( Vol-1 ) 2002-2007.

RLA,  Ludhiana. Ref. No. 30/24/40/54/AM04;

 


Case No. 40-C

3/41/85-ALC3

M/s. Apis (India) Natural Products, New Delhi.

NC 21/07 Dt. 31.8.2006

F. No. 01/85/050/210/AM04/DES-VI

Export of Honey against import of Bee Wax.

A/L Nos. 0510103668 dt. 26.9.2003 - under para 4.7 of HBP ( Vol-1 ) 2002-2007.

RLA,  Ludhiana. Ref. No. 30/24/40/374/AM04.

 

            The Committee considered the case as per agenda. It was noted that as per written comments of the Head of Department of Entomology, CCS Haryana University, Hissar, Bees Wax is not directly involved in Honey production, it is used in preparation of wax sheets for comb building which is helpful in increasing production. Bees Wax is almost hundred percent reusable. It was also noted that as per written comments of the Head of Department of Entomology, Punjab Agriculture University, Ludhiana, Bees Wax will certainly improve honey marketing and the increased honey export would encourage and uplift the beekeeping industry of the country through increased demand for honey. In case of import of bees was a high cautious approach will have to be adopted such that this bees wax should not introduce the spores of Paenibacillus larvae larvae, the causal organisum of deadly bacterial diseases commonly known as American foulbrood, and the infection of viral diseases.  

 

Consideration of the case was deferred for re-listing on 28.9.2006.

 

 

Case No.41

20/85-ALC3/2006

M/s. Mica Manufacturing Co. Pvt. LKtd; Kolkata.

NC 21/07 Dt. 31.8.2006

F.No.01/85/050/0251/AM 07/DES VI

Export of Processed Mica Sheets/Plates against import of Mica Sheets/Plates.

Lic. No. 0210091408 dt. 14.7.2006

RLA F.NO 02/24/040/00048/AM07

 

            The Committee considered the case as per agenda. The Committee noted that the export product comes under the purview of Des-I section and hence decided to transfer the complete file to the said section. 

 

 

 

Case No. 42

Misc. 34/05

M/s. Kerala Balers Pvt. Ltd., Alleppey.

NC 21/07.Dt. 31.08.2006

F.No.01/85(84)/50/476/AM05/DES.VI.

Export of Tuflet and Flocked Coir Products with Synthetic Chemicals against import of PVC Resin etc.

Regularization of advance licence No.1010015812 dt. 28.4.2004.

RLA, Cochin Ref. No.10/81/40/120/AM05.

 

            The Committee considered the case as per agenda. The Committee observed that the party has been allowed imports against export quantity for 150,000 Sq. Mts. Against export obligation for 250,000 Sq. Mts. It was decided to allow prorata imports for 250,000 Sq. Mts of export product.  RLA may work out the quantity on proportionate basis.

 

            RLA shall take the necessary action accordingly subject to fulfillment of other terms and conditions as per policy/procedure.

 

 

 

Case No.43

 

M/s. Synthite Industrial Chemicals Ltd., Cochin.

NC 21/07 Dt. 31.8.2006

F.No. 01/85/50/026/AM-05/DES-VI

Export of Spray Dried Encapsulated Garlic Oil (Powder) against import of Garlic Oil.

A/L No. 1010015848 dt.29.4.2004 – under Para 4.7 of HBP (Vol.I) 2002-2007

RLA, Cochin, Ref. No.10/81/40/019/AM05.

 

            The Committee considered the case as per agenda. Committee observed that in case these exports donot take place vital foreign exchange earning and Indian’s presence in the International Market will decline leading to closure of International accepted company leading to unemployment. Moreover Spices Board has confirmed authentically that these items are required for production and export of these products. Hence opposition of the Department of Agriculture and Cooperation has been noted and found that Committee does not concur with their views.

 

            It was observed that Customs authority has not kept samples of export product. The representative of the Spices Board recommended the imports as applied for. The Committee decided to allow imports as applied for with Net accountability clause for 384 Kgs of Garlic Oil.

 

RLA may be advised to ratify the case under para 4.7 of the HBP accordingly and take necessary action subject to other usual terms and conditions of the Foreign Trade Policy/Procedure.

 

 

 

Case No.44

 

M/s. Synthite Industrial Chemicals Ltd., Cochin.

NC 21/07 Dt. 31.8.2006

F.No. 01/85/50/332/AM-05/DES-VI

Export of Spray Dried Oleoresin Sage against import of Ground Sage, etc.

A/L No. 1010019462 dt.9.2.2005 – under Para 4.7 of HBP (Vol.I) 2004-2009

RLA, Cochin, Ref. No.10/24/40/067/AM05.

 

            The Committee considered the case as per agenda. It was observed that Spices Board has not yet furnished its report. It was decided to remind Spices Board to expedite comments in this case.

 

Consideration of the case was deferred for re-listing on 28.9.2006.

 

 

 

Case No. 45

Food.54/05

M/s. Synthite Industrial Chemicals Ltd., Cochin.

NC 21/07 Dt. 31.8.2006

F.No. 01/85/162/678/AM-05/DES-VI

Export of Oleoresin Ginger against import of Dried Ginger & Accetone.

A/L No. 1010017562 dt.20.9.2004– under Para 4.7 of HBP (Vol.I) 20022007.

RLA, Cochin, Ref. No.10/24/40/033/AM05.

 

            The Committee considered the case as per agenda. Committee observed that in case these exports donot take place vital foreign exchange earning and Indian’s presence in the International Market will decline leading to closure of International accepted company leading to unemployment. Moreover Spices Board has confirmed authentically that these items are required for production and export of these products. Hence opposition of the Department of Agriculture and Cooperation has been noted and found that Committee does not concur with their views.

 

            It was decided that for the export product “Oleoresin Ginger” norms are already fixed against SION E.33 and no variation can be allowed. It was decided that  import of Dried Ginger may be allowed against export of Oleoresin Ginger as per SION E.33. It was decided that import of Acetone cannot be allowed.

 

            RLA may be advised to take necessary consequential action subject to other usual terms and conditions of the Foreign Trade Policy/ Procedure.

 

Case No.46

 

M/s. Synthite Industrial Chemicals Ltd., Cochin.

NC 21/07 Dt. 31.8.2006

F.No.01/85/162/827/AM06/DES.VI.

Export of Oleoresin Nutmeg against import of Nutmeg.

A/L No.1010022948 dt. 2.3.2006 - under Para 4.7 of HBP ( Vol. I)  2004-2009.

RLA , Cochin Ref: No. 10/24/40/57/AM06.

 

            The Committee considered the case as per agenda. It was observed that Spices Board has not yet furnished its report. It was decided to remind Spices Board to expedite comments in this case.

 

Consideration of the case was deferred for re-listing on 28.9.2006.

 

 

 

 

Case No. 47

Food.36/07

M/s. Synthite Industrial Chemicals Ltd., Cochin.

NC 21/07 Dt. 31.8.2006

F.No. 01/85/162/127/AM-07/DES-VI

Export of Oleoresin Nutmeg against import of Nutmeg (BWP) without Shell.

A/L No. 1010023181 dt.28.3.2006 – under Para 4.7 of HBP (Vol.I) 2004-2009

RLA, Cochin, Ref. No.10/24/40/083/AM06.

 

            The Committee considered the case as per agenda. It was observed that Spices Board has not yet furnished its report. It was decided to remind Spices Board to expedite comments in this case.

 

Consideration of the case was deferred for re-listing on 28.9.2006.

 

 

 

 

Case No.48

Food.32/07

M/s. Synthite Industrial Chemicals Ltd., Cochin.

NC 21/07 Dt. 31.8.2006

F.No. 01/85/162/124/AM-07/DES-VI

Export of Oleoresin Nutmegst import of Nutmeg (BWP) without Shell.

A/L No. 1010022142 dt. 23.3.2006 – under Para 4.7 of HBP (Vol.I) 2004-2009

RLA, Cochin, Ref. No.10/24/40/077/AM06.

 

            The Committee considered the case as per agenda. It was observed that Spices Board has not yet furnished its report. It was decided to remind Spices Board to expedite comments in this case.

 

Consideration of the case was deferred for re-listing on 28.9.2006.

 

 

 

Case No. 49

Food.35/07

M/s. Synthite Industrial Chemicals Ltd., Cochin.

NC 21/07 Dt. 31.8.2006

F.No. 01/85/162/126/AM-07/DES-VI

Export of Oleoresin Nutmeg against import of Nutmeg (BWP) without Shell.

A/L No. 1010022183 dt.28.3.2006 – under Para 4.7 of HBP (Vol.I) 2004-2009

RLA, Cochin, Ref. No.10/24/40/084/AM06.

 

            The Committee considered the case as per agenda. It was observed that Spices Board has not yet furnished its report. It was decided to remind Spices Board to expedite comments in this case.

 

Consideration of the case was deferred for re-listing on 28.9.2006.

 

 

 

Case No. 50

 

M/s. Synthite Industrial Chemicals Ltd., Cochin.

NC 21/07 Dt. 31.8.2006

F.No.01/85/162/828/AM06/DES.VI.

Export of Hing Oil against import of Hing (Asafoetida).

A/L No.1010022949 dt. 2.3.2006 - under Para 4.7 of HBP ( Vol. I)  2004-2009.

RLA, Cochin Ref: No. 10/24/40/59/AM06.

 

            The Committee considered the case as per agenda. It was observed that Spices Board has not yet furnished its report. It was decided to remind Spices Board to expedite comments in this case.

 

Consideration of the case was deferred for re-listing on 28.9.2006.


 

Case No. 51

 

M/s. Synthite Industrial Chemicals Ltd., Cochin.

NC 21/07 Dt. 31.8.2006

F.No.01/85/162/829/AM06/DES.VI.

Export of Oleoresin Oregano against import of Oregano.

A/L No.1010022967 dt. 6.3.2006 - under Para 4.7 of HBP ( Vol. I)  2004-2009.

RLA , Cochin Ref: No. 10/24/40/58/AM06.

 

            The Committee considered the case as per agenda. It was observed that Spices Board has not yet furnished its report. It was decided to remind Spices Board to expedite comments in this case.

 

Consideration of the case was deferred for re-listing on 28.9.2006.

 

 

 

Case No. 52

Food.37/07

M/s. Synthite Industrial Chemicals Ltd., Cochin.

NC 21/07 Dt. 31.8.2006

F.No. 01/85/162/119/AM-07/DES-VI

Export of Oleoresin Nutmeg against import of Nutmeg (BWP) without Shell.

A/L No. 1010022179 dt.28.3.2005 – under Para 4.7 of HBP (Vol.I) 2004-2009

RLA, Cochin, Ref. No.10/24/40/082/AM06.

 

            The Committee considered the case as per agenda. It was observed that Spices Board has not yet furnished its report. It was decided to remind Spices Board to expedite comments in this case.

 

Consideration of the case was deferred for re-listing on 28.9.2006.

 

 

 

Case No. 53

 

M/s. Synthite Industrial Chemicals Ltd., Cochin.

NC 21/07 Dt. 31.8.2006

F.No. 01/85/50/244/AM-05/DES-VI

Export of Oleoresin Thyme against import of Dried Thyme Leaves.

A/L No. 1010018077 dt.19.10.2004 – under Para 4.7 of HBP (Vol.I) 2004-2009

RLA, Cochin, Ref. No.10/24/40/039/AM05.

 

            The Committee considered the case as per agenda. It was observed that Spices Board has not yet furnished its report. It was decided to remind Spices Board to expedite comments in this case.

 

Consideration of the case was deferred for re-listing on 28.9.2006.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Case No.54

Food.34/07

M/s. Synthite Industrial Chemicals Ltd., Cochin.

NC 21/07 Dt. 31.8.2006

F.No. 01/85/162/120/AM-07/DES-VI

Export of Oleoresin Turmeric against import of Turmeric.

A/L No. 1010023304 dt.6.4.2006 – under Para 4.7 of HBP (Vol.I) 2004-2009

RLA, Cochin, Ref. No.10/24/40/080/AM06.

 

            The Committee considered the case as per agenda. Committee observed that in case these exports donot take place vital foreign exchange earning and Indian’s presence in the International Market will decline leading to closure of International accepted company leading to unemployment. Moreover Spices Board has confirmed authentically that these items are required for production and export of these products. Hence opposition of the Department of Agriculture and Cooperation has been noted and found that Committee does not concur with their views.

 

            It was observed that Spices Board has certified a yield of 7.83%. Accordingly import of 38.314 MT of Turmeric against export of 3.00 MT of Oleoresin Turmeric be allowed.

 

            RLA may be advised to take necessary consequential action subject to other usual terms and conditions of the Foreign Trade Policy/ Procedure.

 

 

 

Case No.55

Food.33/07

M/s. Synthite Industrial Chemicals Ltd., Cochin.

NC 21/07 Dt. 31.8.2006

F.No. 01/85/162/125/AM-07/DES-VI

Export of Oleoresin Turmeric against import of Turmeric.

A/L No. 1010023305 dt.6.4.2006 – under Para 4.7 of HBP (Vol.I) 2004-2009

RLA, Cochin, Ref. No.10/24/40/081/AM06.

 

            The Committee considered the case as per agenda. Committee observed that in case these exports donot take place vital foreign exchange earning and Indian’s presence in the International Market will decline leading to closure of International accepted company leading to unemployment. Moreover Spices Board has confirmed authentically that these items are required for production and export of these products. Hence opposition of the Department of Agriculture and Cooperation has been noted and found that Committee does not concur with their views.

 

            It was observed that Spices Board has certified a yield of 7.52%. Accordingly import of 39.894 MT of Turmeric against export of 3.00 MT of Oleoresin Turmeric be allowed.

 

            RLA may be advised to take necessary consequential action subject to other usual terms and conditions of the Foreign Trade Policy/ Procedure.

 

 


Case No. 56

Misc. 139/04

M/s. Highrange Rubber Coir Products P. Ltd., Kochi

 

NC 21/07 Dt. 31.08.2006

F. No. 01/85/162/796/AM04/DES-VI

 

Export of rubber and coir mats  against import of PVC tufted coir mats

Regularization of advance licence No. 1010015022 dt.  5.2.2004

RLA, Cochin Ref. No.10/81/40/104/AM04.

 

The Committee considered the case as per agenda. It was observed that size of import item “PVC Tufted Coir Mats” is 53.5 x 23.5 cm”. Same size is being used in the export product “Rubber and Coir Mats”. A wastage claimed for 0.625% is towards broken edges of the imported items. The Committee decided to approve the case as applied for. A quantity of 8000 Nos. of import item shall be accounted for in the 8000 Nos. of export product.

 

RLA may be advised to ratify the case under para 4.7 of the HBP accordingly and take necessary action subject to other usual terms and conditions of the Foreign Trade Policy/Procedure.

 

 


Case No. 57-A

 

M/s. Shree Laxmi Trading Corporation Export (India), Mumbai

NC 21/07 Dt. 31.08.2006

F. No. 01/85/162/347/AM07/DES-VI

Request for grant of EO extension for Advance Licence for export of Pulses.

Advance licence No. 0310240077 dt.  5.12.2003.

RLA, Mumbai Ref.    No.03/22/40/604/AM04.

 


Case No. 57-B

 

M/s. Shree Laxmi Trading Corporation Export (India), Mumbai

NC 21/07.Dt. 31.08.2006

F.No. 01/85/162/348/AM07/DES-VI

Request for grant of EO extension for Advance Licence for export of Pulses.

Advance licence No.0310243906 dt. 24.12.2003

RLA, Mumbai Ref. No.03/22/40/654/AM04.

 

            The Committee considered the case as per agenda. It was observed that party has already imported Pulses upto January, 2004 but no exports have been made within extended EO period upto 31.12.2005. Party has now applied for EO extension after 7 months of EO expiry period. The Committee also observed that at present export of Pulses has been Prohibited in terms of Notification No.15 dated 27.6.2006 read together with Notification No. 19 dated 4.7.2006. The Committee decided to reject party’s request for EO extension beyond 31.12.2005.

 

            RLA may be advised to take necessary consequential action subject to other usual terms and conditions of the Foreign Trade Policy/ Procedure.

 

 

 

 

 

Case No. 58

Food- 56/07

M/s. Vimal Pulses Pvt. Ltd., Jalgaon

NC 21/07 Dt. 31.8.2006

F.No.01/85/162/394/AM 07/DES VI

Extension in E.O.against Advance Licence.

A/L No. 0310148308 dt. 18-7-2002 for CIF value of Rs.71,28,000.00

RLA ,Mumbai  Ref.F.No.03/89/040/00092/AM03

 

            The Committee considered the case as per agenda. It was observed that party has already imported Pulses but no exports have been made within extended EO period upto 18.1.2004. Party has now applied for EO extension after 30 months of EO expiry period. The Committee also observed that at present export of Pulses has been Prohibited in terms of Notification No.15 dated 27.6.2006 read together with Notification No. 19 dated 4.7.2006. The Committee decided to reject party’s request for EO extension beyond 31.12.2005.

 

            RLA may be advised to take necessary consequential action subject to other usual terms and conditions of the Foreign Trade Policy/ Procedure.

 

 

 

OUTSIDE AGENDA CASE

 

Case No.59

  Wrigley India Pvt. Ltd; Bangalore                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                

NC 21/07 Dt. 31.8.2006

01/85/162/362/AM07/DES VI

Request to advise Jt.DGFT, Bangalore to release pending advance licences under Para 4.7 of HBP (Vol.I) 2004-2009

 

       The case of M/s. Wrigley India Pvt. Ltd; Bangalore was discussed outside agenda. It was decided that the intention of the Committee for its decision taken in its earlier meeting held on 30.3.2006 for some cases of this firm was for rejection of advance licences and not for their cancellation. RLA may be advised to not to withhold further licences in their two applications. RLA be also asked to send a report in respect of party’s all applications to examine the firm’s representations received in this office against the rejection which are under consideration.

 


ANNEXURE-I

 

LIST OF PARTICIPANTS – ALC MEETING N0. 21/07 DATED : 31.8.2006.

 

Sl. No.

Name of the officer

Designation

Department

1.

Sh. SURAT SINGH

Addl. DGFT

& Chairman

DGFT

2.

Sh. A.K. SINGH

Jt. DGFT

DGFT

3.

Sh. SHAISH KUMAR

Sr.DO

DIPP

4.

Dr. S.C. RAY

DIRECTOR (ST)

DTE. OF SUGAR

5.

SH. D.K. SARKAR

M.I.O.

SPICES BOARD

6.

Mrs. RAJNI AGARWAL

 

DY. DIRECTOR

DTE. VVO&F

7.

SH. H.S. BIST

 

ASSTT. DIRECTOR

DC(SSI)

8.

SH. A.K. OJHA

 

ASSTT. DIRECTOR

DC(SSI)

9.

Sh. RAJINDER PAL SINGH

DY.DGFT

DGFT

 

10.

Sh. G.L. MONGA

FTDO

DGFT