Pursuant to a proposal received from the government of Nepal to move towards a modality whereby Nepal-bound cargo can be allowed movement to Nepal without the need for Nepali traders to seek permission and file transit declaration, the Indian government has agreed to introduce a system on a pilot basis using the Electronic Cargo Tracking System (ECTS) to facilitate the movement of Nepal transit cargo.
The Central Board of Indirect Taxes and Customs of India introduced the transshipment procedure using the Electronic Cargo Tracking System, a new procedure facilitating the transport of Nepal-bound transit containers from Kolkata/Haldia port on Friday. Read More
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