EXPORT IMPORT DATA

SHIPMENT DATE HS CODE PRODUCT QUANTITY UNIT ASSESS VALUE INDIAN PORT FOREIGN COUNTRY INDIAN IMPORTERS
05-JAN-2004 28012000 IODINE 1000 KGS 633920.69 JNPT JAPAN NEELIKON FOOD DYES & CHEMICALS LIMI
08-JAN-2004 39059990 POVIDONE IODINE 447.86 KGS 289722.87 Bombay G.S. PHARMBUTOR PVT.LTD. 2/28, KALKAJI EXTN. NEW DELHI 110019
04-FEB-2004 28012000 IODINE (PURITY 99.5 PERCENT MINIMUM) L/C NO.OVELC 080099/03DT.04.09.03. 2000 KGS 1235836 Calcutta JAPAN EAST INDIA PHARMACEUTICAL WORKS 6 LITTLE RUSSELL STREET CALCUTTA 700071
13-FEB-2004 28012000 IODINE (PURITY 99.5 PER CENT MINIMUM )L/C NO. OVEL C08099/03 DD030904 2000 KGS 1222403 Calcutta JAPAN EAST INDIA PHARMACEUTICAL WORKS 6 LITTLE RUSSELL STREET CALCUTTA 700071
10-MAR-2004 38210000 BOTTLE GRAM IODINE STABILI ZED 3.8L 1 PCS 1547.03 Bombay UNITED STATES BECTON DICKINSON INDIA PRIVATE LIMITED 5TH FLOOR,SIGNATURE TOWER-II SOUTH CITY-I GURGAON 122016
15-MAR-2004 38220090 IODINE MONOCHLORIDE 1 PAC 1206.92 Bombay FRANCE MERCK LIMITED A - SHIVSAGAR ESTATE, DR.ANNIE BESANT ROAD, WORLI MUMBAI PIN-400018
26-APR-2004 28012000 IODINE (PURITY 99.5 PERCENT MIN.) 1000 KGS 635593 Calcutta JAPAN PROCESS CHEMICALS CO B-9 BEHALA INDUSTRIAL ESTATE BONOMALI NASKAR ROAD CALCUTTA 700060
18-MAY-2004 28012000 CRUDE IODINE (PURITY 99.8 PERCENT MIN) 1000 KGS 662196.38 Calcutta CHILE PROCESS CHEMICALS CO B-9 BEHALA INDUSTRIAL ESTATE BONOMALI NASKAR ROAD CALCUTTA 700060
27-SEP-2004 28444000 LB-14301 TSH TRACER 50T/VIAL (ISOTOP OF IODINE) 2 NOS 682.64 Delhi Air CANADA ANAND BROTHERS MAHAVIR BHAWAN FLAT 202 KARAMPURA COMMI COMPLEX NEW DELHI 110015
31-DEC-2004 28012000 CHEMICAL RESTRICTED (PVP-IODINE 30/06-M10) 0.5 KGS 346.62 Bombay SWITZERLAND GUFIC BIOSCIENCES LIMITED SUBHASH ROAD-A, VILE PARLE (EAST), MUMBAI 400057
Data is available as per customs notification no. 128/2004

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