Vizag (INVIZ)

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Visakhapatnam, Andhra Pradesh 530 035, India


+91-891 2564841


Visakhapatnam, Andhra Pradesh 530 035, India

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Visakhapatnam Port

Visakhapatnam Port of India is also known as Vizag India. It is located in east central India on an embayment off the Bay of Bengal about 325 nautical miles northeast of the Chennai Port (formerly Madras Port) and some 468 KMs southwest of the Paradip Port. The Visakhapatnam Port natural harbor is formed by two promontories that create the only protected harbor on the Coromandel Coast. The Visakhapatnam Port is home to the headquarters of India’s Eastern Naval Command. In 2001, almost 983 thousand people lived in the city and more than 1.3 million lived in the urban area.

Requirements for Export

The Country’s Requirements and Restrictions for Export

This port does not have any unique country requirements or restrictions. In case of any further questions, you can always contact us directly.

Forms and Certificates for Export

This port does not require any unique forms or certificates. If you have any further questions, feel free to contact us directly.

Several Key Customs Facts for Export

This port does not have any unique customs formalities. For any further questions, please do not hesitate to contact us directly.

Requirements for Import

The Country’s Requirements and Restrictions for Import

The Export Promotion Capital Goods Plan (EPCG) allows for the importation of capital goods with a reduced duty rate, subject to the fulfilment of time-bound export obligations.

Forms and Certificates for Import

In order to ensure payment for the import, all importers must accompany a copy of the L/C. The outflow of foreign exchange is normally counter-checked with the issuing bank. The following documents are generally required if a Bill of Entry is not filed through the Electronic Data Interchange system: The signed invoice; the packing list; the bill of lading or delivery order/air waybill; the GATT declaration form; the importer/CHA declaration; the import license, if needed; the letter of credit/bank draft; the insurance document; the industrial license, if needed; Chemical test report; Adhoc exemption order; DEEC book/DEPB original, wherever applicable; Catalogues, technical reports, literature, etc., if applicable for machinery, spares, chemicals, etc.; Separate the value of spares, components, and machinery; and, a Certificate of Origin if preferential duty is claimed.

Key Customs Facts for Import

Customs formalities at this port are not unique. We are always available to answer any questions you may have.

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