Implementing new EDI formats
By implementing Single Window System the applications and permissions related to all the allied agencies like Drug Controller, WCCB, Plant Quarantine, ADC, FSSAI have to gear up for online filing EDI documents to ICEGATE.
There is a need of disseminating information and knowledge about the implication of new EDI formats and requirements to the trade. Here are the following important features on the implementation of new EDI formats, its implications on the Indian Customs Single Window System and plans of the government to facilitate smooth and faster clearance and documentation of import and export cargo at all the customs airports in India. (a) (b) (c) (d) Complete automation of Customs operations which supports automated cargo clearance processes and covers over 99 per cent of Air cargo operations. Nearly 100 per cent electronic payment of Customs duties Online management of Bonds and Bank Guarantees Processing with handlers e ground (a) (b) (c) (d) (e) Integrated Declaration Submission of data at one entry point Automated Routing Integrated Risk Assessment Online Release Paperless Processing
Information contained in Customs declarations will be re-used by PGAs. Formats for import and export declarations will be updated with additional requirements. NSW Data Set - data will be filed at a single point (ICEGATE) as an ‘integrated declaration’. Trade does not have to approach different agencies and file different forms/checklists. • • • • • PDFs of supporting documents to be accessed via hyperlinks in Customs Declaration Supporting documents to be dematerialised progressively Routine printouts at Customs to be eliminated
Implementation of new EDI formats can facilitate faster clearance and documentation of import and export cargo at all the airports