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Inspections

At the time of exports before clearing the shipment, customs authorities require submission of an inspection certificate in compliance with the rules and regulations of the exporting country under force regarding compulsory quality control and pre-shipment inspection.
Under the Export Quality Control and Inspection Act, 1963, about 1000 commodities, including the major groups of fisheries, food and agriculture, organic and inorganic chemicals, light engineering, jute products, etc., are subject to compulsory pre-shipment inspection.
Inspection of export goods may be carried out in one or more of the following manners:
i. In-process quality control
ii. Self-certification
iii. Consignment-wise quality control
The pre-shipment inspection should be completed before the consignment is sealed by the excise authorities. The exporter has to apply to the nominated export inspection agency for conducting the pre-shipment and quality control inspection for the export consignment and obtain an inspection or quality certificate conforming to the prescribed specifications.
This inspection certificate would be required for customs clearance of cargo before shipment.
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