EXPORT IMPORT DATA

Indian Customs Exports Data is a systematic and consolidated report based & compiled from Shipping Bills & Invoices filed with Indian Customs. It contains all the Export records of Sea & Air Shipments moving from Indian Sea ports, ICDs, CFS, & Airports.

Derived from Indian Customs, India Exports data contains important details like Indian Exporters name & address*(Wherever available), Quantity, Price, HS Code etc. which will help you in getting actual market intelligence for any product or HS Classification.

Indian Export data contains the following fields:

  • Indian Exporter Name, Address, Telephone, Fax, Email, Contact Person
    (Wherever available – as per customs notification no. 128/2004)
  • Date of Shipment.
  • HS Code.
  • Product Description.
  • Export FOB value in INR and US$.
  • Unit Rate INR & US$.
  • Quantity & Unit of quantity
  • Port of Origin. (Indian port)
  • Port of Destination. (Overseas port)
  • Country of Destination.
  • Mode of Shipment.
 

Indian Export data covers all major ports, ICDs & airports of India like JNPT, Nhavasheva, Bombay port trust (BPT), Chennai (Madras), Delhi Tuglakabad, Delhi Patparganj, Delhi IGI Airport, Kolkata, Bangalore, Vishakhapatnam, Tuticorin, Cochin, Ludhiana, Jaipur, Kandla, Mundra, Mulund and many more.

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