PROFILE

OF

JAWAHARLAL NEHRU

CUSTOM HOUSE

NHAVA SHEVA

 

                                                                         APRIL, 2006

 

INDEX OF CONTENTS

SR.NO

CONTENTS

PAGE NO.

1.

GENERAL PROFILE

1 – 2

2.

REVENUE ANALYSIS

3 – 6

3.

NOTE ON REVENUE –FINANCIAL YEAR 2005 – 06

VIS-ΐ-VIS 2004 - 05

7 – 9

4.

DUTY FOREGONE IN EXPORT PROMOTION SCHEMES.

 

10

 

5.

 

IMPORT PROFILE

 

a)     Top 20 Commodities of JNCH during 2004-05 & 2005-06.

 

b)     Top 20 Importers of JNCH during 2004-2005.

& 2005 – 2006

 

 

 

11-12

 

 

13-14

 

 

6.

 

EXPORT PROFILE

  

(a) Top 20 Exporters upto 31st  MARCH, 2004 – 05.

 

(b) Top 20 Exporters upto 31st  MARCH, 2005-06

 

(c) Top 20 Exporters availing Drawback upto 31st                 MARCH,  2004 - 05 (EDI).

 

(d) Top 20 Exporters availing Drawback upto 31st   MARCH, 2005 - 06 (EDI).  

 

(e) Top 20 Commodities of export upto 31st MARCH, 2004 -05

 

(f)  Top 20 Commodities of export  upto 31st MARCH,  2005 -06

 

 

 

 

15

 

 

16

 

17

 

 

18

 

 

19

 

 

20

 

 

7.

REVENUE ANALYSIS FOR THE FINANCIAL YEAR 2005 - 06 VIS –A - VIS 2004 – 05

21

8.

EXTRA EFFORTS TO AUGMENT SHORTFALL IN REVENUE

22-23

9.

MAJOR ITEMS OF PENDENCIES

24-25

10.

DETAILS OF AREARS OF REVENUE

 

26

11.

DETAILS OF REFUND & DRAWBACK

 

27

12.

NO. OF S/BILLS & Bs/ENTRY: EGMs & IGMs HANDLED

 

28

13.

NO. OF CONTAINERS HANDLED

 

29

14.

PERFORMANCE OF SIIB (IMPORT)

30

 

15.

TRADE FACILITATION MEASURES ADOPTED BY THIS CUSTOM HOUSE.

31

16.

 

PROGRESS IN EDI SYSTEM

32-33

17.

RISK MANAGEMENT SYSTEM

34

18.

CONTAINER SCANNING DIVISION

 

35

19.

RELOCATABLE SCANNER

36

20.

CONTAINER SECURITY INITIATIVE

37

 


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G E N E R A L - P R O F I L E

 

Jawaharlal Nehru Port is the 11th major port of India commissioned on 26th May, 1989. The port is situated, along the eastern shore of Mumbai Harbour, south-eastward of Elephanta island.  Jawaharlal Nehru Port is an all weather tidal port and it is the only Indian port built to international standards with high level of automation and computerized functioning.  It has a land area of 2,500 hectares (6000 acres).  It was built with the view to de-congest Mumbai port and to serve as a hub port for this region.

 

2.       Linear quay length of this port is 1280 meters. Out of this, 680 meters is with the JNPT and constitutes 3 berths for its container cargo.  Another 600 meters has been given on long lease to M/s Nhava Sheva International Container Terminal (NSICT) which is a subsidiary of M/s P & O, an Australian company.  Apart from these 6 container terminals, JNPT has 2 berths for dried bulk cargo and 1 multipurpose berth (which can also handle liquid cargo).  The maximum permissible draft for a vessel in this port is 12 meters and each berth can handle ships upto 70,000 DWT.  A third terminal to be jointly operated by M/s Maersk and Concor named Gateway Terminals, is under construction; it is likely to become operational in March 2006.

 

3. The Jawaharlal Nehru Custom House is located at Sheva, Dist. Raigad.  The Custom House has shifted to new administrative building on 14th August, 2003.

 

4.   At present, the Jawaharlal Nehru Custom House has the following staff:

 

S.No.

 

Group

Post

Working

1.

‘A’

Chief Commissioner

1

2.

 

Commissioner

3

3.

 

Addl./Jt. Commissioner

7

4.

 

Dy./Asstt. Commissioner

29

5.

 

C.A.O.

1

6.

‘B’

Appraiser

65

7.

 

ACAO/AO

16

8.

 

Superintendent

141

9.

 

Senior P.S.

1

10.

‘C’

Stenographer

3

11.

 

Preventive Officer

136

12.

 

Examiner

44

13.

 

Dy. Office Superintendent

12

14.

 

S.T.A./T.A./L.D.C.

111

15.

 

Hindi Translator

1

15.

 

Drivers

14

16.

‘D’

Hawaldar/Sepoy

133

17.

 

Safaiwala

0

 

 

TOTAL

718

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ACCESS AND GENERAL LAYOUT

 

            No examination of Import Cargo is being done on the Port Terminals.  The import cargo in containers is being carried to the Container Freight Stations (CFS) being m+anaged by Central Warehousing Corporation (CWC) (Sheva), Balmer Lawrie, Gateway Distripark Ltd, Maersk, Punjab Conware, United Liner Agencies of India (P) Ltd. and All Cargo Movers (I) Pvt. Ltd. The export cargo is also being examined in the above CFSs.  The Central Warehousing Corporation (CWC) has a separate CFS for Import and for Export cargo.

          Jawaharlal Nehru Port caters to the following 14 Container Freight Stations:-

                                                                                                  

i.  C.W.C, CFS, Dronagiri                       :- Handles only export containers spread over 16 hectares.

 

ii. C.W.C, CFS, Sheva                            :- Handles only import containers,    spread over  21.56 hectares.

 

iii. Maersk, CFS                                    :- For both import and export containers, spread over 6 hectares.

 

iv. Punjab Conware CFS                        :- For both import and export containers, spread           over 10.77 hectares.

 

v.Gateway Distripark Ltd., CFS               :- For both import and export  containers, spread over 13 hectares.

 

vi. Balmer & Lawrie, CFS                       :- For both import and export containers, spread          over  8 hectares. 

 

vii. M/s. United Liner Agencies of          :- For both import and export containers, spread

India (P) Ltd.                                   over 2 hectares.

 

viii. M/s. TransIndia Logistics               :- For both import and export containers,            spread over  3.2 hectares.

 

ix) M/s. CWC Kalamboli                        :- For both import and export containers, spread   over 5.48 hectares.       

   

x) M/s. CWC Distripark, Dronagiri.        :- For both import and  exports containers.

  

xi) M/s. CONCOR.                              :- For both import and export containers, spread over 10.50 hectares.

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xii) M/s Seabird                                  :- For both import and export containers.

 

 

xiii) M/s Maharashtra State                   :- For both import and export containers.

      Warehousing Corporation.

 

xvi) M/s Continental Warehousing Corp :- For both import and export containers.

 

                  

          Out of these Fourteen Container Freight Stations, Maersk and Gateway Distripark Ltd,  United Liner Agencies of India (P) Ltd., Seabird,Trans India Logistics and Continental Warehousing Corporation  are private CFS.  There are buffer yards in CWC, Dronagiri,  Maersk, GDL CFS, Punjab Conware CFS and MSWC CFS which have been developed for storage of export containers till completion of documents.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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REVENUE ANALYSIS

          The net revenue realized during this financial year up to 31st MARCH, 2006 is Rs. 11177.61 crores as against 8477.78 crores realized during the corresponding period last year.  This is Rs. 2699.83 crores  (+ 31.85) more than the last year’s revenue for the said period.

Initially, a target of Rs. 8500 Crores was fixed for Jawaharlal Nehru Custom House for this Financial Year against a target of Rs. 8376 Crores for financial year 2004-05. This target has, in June 2005,  been increased to 9100 Crores.  The target has further been increased in September to Rs. 9656 Crores, which works out to an increase of 13.90 % over last year’s net revenue.  

The net revenue collected upto 31st MARCH of this financial year is RS. 11177.61 crores as against moving target of Rs. 9656 Crores Which is more by Rs. 1521.61 Crores ( + 15.76 % ).  Upto 31st MARCH 2006, 297474 Bills of Entry have been filed as against 238294  Bills of entry for the period upto 31st  MARCH, 2005.

Gross and Net revenue realized during the financial year 2004-05 was Rs. 9140.58 Crores and Rs. 8477.78 Crores respectively. A total of 2,38,294 Bills of Entry were filed during the year 2004 - ‘05.

TARGETS FIXED VIS-ΐ-VIS REVENUE REALISED IN THE LAST THREE YEARS ARE AS GIVEN BELOW:-

PERIOD

TARGET

ACTUAL REVENUE REALISED

EXCESS / SHORT % W.R.T. TARGET

2002 – 03

4500

4861.24

+ 8.03

2003 – 04

5570

6039.09

+ 8.42

2004 - 05

8376

8477.78

+ 1.22

 

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NET REVENUE REALISATION VIS-A-VIS MOVING TARGET UPTO THE 31st MARCH, 2006

 

S. NO.

 

MONTH

 

% FOR THE MONTH

 

% UPTO THE MONTH

 

NET REVENUE                                                                                     (TARGET RS. 9656 CRORES)                                                                       

 

FOR THE MONTH (MOVING TARGET)

 

UPTO THE MONTH (MOVING TARGET)

 

PRORATA BASIS TARGET UPTO THE MONTH

 

ACTUALS

 

EXCESS  / SHORT

% W.R.T. MOVING TARGET

FOR THE MONTH

UPTO THE MONTH

 

1

APRIL

6.73

6.73

649.85

649.85

804.67

814.65

814.65

+25.36

2

MAY

8.18

14.91

789.86

1439.71

1609.34

846.17

1660.82

+15.36

3

JUNE

7.89

22.80

761.86

2201.57

2414.01

835.65

2496.46

+13.39

4

JULY

8.19

30.99

790.83

2992.40

3218.68

740.70

3237.16

+8.18

5

AUG.

8.57

39.56

827.52

3819.92

4023.35

1046.28

4283.45

+12.13

6

SEP.

8.35

47.91

806.28

4626.20

4828.02

1016.71

5300.15

+14.57

7

OCT.

9.15

57.06

883.52

5509.72

5632.69

1121.32

6421.48

+16.55

8

NOV.

8.45

65.51

815.93

6325.65

6437.36

917.33

7338.81

+16.02

9

DEC.

8.48

73.99

818.83

7144.48

7242.03

874.70

8213.51

+14.96

10

JAN.

8.47

82.46

817.86

7962.34

8046.70

914.76

9128.27

+14.64

11

FEB.

7.47

89.93

721.30

8683.64

8851.37

822.55

9950.83

+14.59

12

MAR.

 

10.07

100.00

972.36

9656.00

9656.00

1226.79

11177.61

+15.76

                                                         
                  
 
 
 

 

GROSS REVENUE REALISATION VIS-A-VIS MOVING TARGET UPTO THE 31st MARCH, 2006

S. NO.

MONTH

% FOR THE MONTH

% UPTO THE MONTH

GROSS REVENUE                                                                               (RS.11354 CRORES)

FOR THE MONTH (TARGET)

MOVING

UPTO THE MONTH (TARGET) MOVING

PRORATA BASIS GROSS TARGET UPTO THE MONTH

ACTUALS

EXCESS

/ SHORT % W.R.T. MOVING TARGET

FOR THE MONTH

UPTO THE MONTH

 

1

APRIL

6.73

6.73

764.12

764.12

946.17

863.40

863.40

+ 12.99

2

MAY

8.18

14.91

928.76

1692.88

1892.34

894.42

1757.83

+ 3.84

3

JUNE

7.89

22.80

895.83

2588.71

2838.51

909.12

2666.95

+3.02

4

JULY

8.19

30.99

929.89

3518.60

3784.68

799.21

3466.16

- 1.49

5

AUGUST

8.57

39.56

973.04

4491.64

4730.85

1090.61

4556.77

+1.45

6

SEPT

8.35

47.91

948.06

5439.70

5677.02

1049.76

5606.53

+3.06

7

OCT.

9.15

57.06

1038.89

6478.59

6623.19

1158.56

6765.09

+4.42

8

NOV.

8.45

65.51

959.41

7438.00

7569.36

967.69

7732.77

+3.96

9

DEC.

8.48

73.99

962.82

8400.82

8515.53

937.98

8670.75

+3.21

10

JAN.

8.47

82.46

961.68

9362.50

9461.70

921.60

9592.35

+2.46

11

FEB.

7.47

89.93

848.14

10210.64

10407.87

850.74

10443.09

+2.28

12

MARCH

10.07

100.00

1143.35

11354.00

11354.00

1242.60

11685.68

+2.92

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NET REVENUE REALISED  DURING THE LAST 5 FINANCIAL YEARS
                

Month

2005

2006

2004-

2005

2003-2004

2002-2003

2001-2002

2000-2001

April

 

814.65

482.08

288.30

273.53

205.31

345.03

May

 

846.17

493.89

473.48

386.45

328.48

310.02

June

 

835.65

521.25

415.44

372.71

354.80

325.71

July

 

740.70

653.26

 418.05

482.42

347.27

403.44

August

 

1046.28

673.10

508.92

464.79

331.18

406.25

September

 

1016.71

  874.00

579.74

497.16

348.51

365.35

October

 

1121.32

863.46

616.84

487.03

384.28

295.40

November

 

917.33

793.78

559.28

409.52

302.80

356.07

December

 

874.70

792.63

559.52

364.21

324.23

258.20

January

 

914.76

690.75

562.61

377.60

340.63

431.68

February

 

 

822.55

679.36

452.61

275.80

270.73

384.68

March

 

1226.79

960.21

604.30

470.02

441.43

435.42

TOTAL

11177.61

8477.78

6039.09

4861.24

3979.65

4317.25

 

 

 

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NOTE ON REVENUE UPTO THE 31st    MARCH, 2006.

 

The comparative revenue position upto 31st   MARCH 04 -05 and 05-06  is as follows :

 

 

 

 2004 - 05

(Rs. in crores)

2005  -  06

(Rs. In crores)

  %age Variation

Gross Revenue

 

9140.58

11685.68

27.84

Deduction on account

Drawback

654.51

496.70

-24.11

Refund

8.29

11.37

37.15

Net Revenue

 

8477.78

11177.61

31.85

 

2.1       Upto the month 31st  MARCH 2006, the net revenue collection is Rs. 11177.61 Crores as against Rs. 8477.78 Crores in the corresponding period last year. This shows a rise of   Rs. 2699.83 Crores, which works out to + 31.85 %.

 

2.2         The analysis of Drawback and Refund shows that Rs. 496.70 and 11.37 crores was paid upto 31st  MARCH, 2006 as against Rs. 654.51 & 8.29  Crores paid during the corresponding period last year. It is also seen that usage of DEPB Scrip is Rs. 1148.16 Crores upto MARCH 2006, compared to Rs. 1522.48 Crores during corresponding period last year, showing a decrease of 24.59% over the last year.  The duty foregone under DEEC and DFRC upto MARCH 2006, stood at Rs.2214.43 Crores and Rs. 183.46 Crores as compared to Rs. 1453.95 Crores and Rs. 213.78 Crores respectively during the corresponding period last year. The duty foregone in EPCG scheme upto MARCH 2006 is Rs.  1332.79 Crores as against duty foregone amount of Rs. 929.25 Crores during the corresponding period in the last financial year.

 

2.3         CESS collected during the year 2005 - 06 upto 31st  MARCH is Rs. 34.68 Crores, as against Rs 30.41 Crores collected during corresponding period last year.  Thus the excess cess collected comes to Rs. 4.27 Crores, which is 14.04 % more than the last years collection for the same period.  However, Cess collected for the financial year 2004 – 05 was RS. 30.41   Crores.

 

 

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Major items showing growth in revenue upto 31st  MARCH, 2006 are as follows

 

(i)      CHEMICALS have shown an increase in revenue by Rs  781.58 crores. The revenue realization is Rs. 1879.85 crores as against Rs. 1098.27 crores during the corresponding period last year. This is due to increase in imports of organic and inorganic chemicals. 

 

(ii)  MACHINERY EXCLUDING MACHINE TOOLS have shown an increase in revenue by Rs. 27.60 crores. The revenue collection is Rs.1495.30 crores as against Rs. 1467.70 during the corresponding period last year. There has been upsurge in the import of automatic data processing machines, turbo jet/gas turbines, air/vacuum pumps and other pumps, air conditioners, ink cartridge and other parts of computers, printing machinery, textile machinery and second hand textile machinery of more than 10 years old. 

         

(iii)   PLASTICS has shown an increase of Rs. 441.49 crores. The revenue realization is Rs.1180.26 crores as against Rs. 738.77 crores during the corresponding period  last year. This is due to increased import of Plastic and increase in PLATT price by 10% in recent times, in the wake of oil price hike.

 

(iv)    ELECTRICAL MACHINERY has shown an increase of Rs. 85.12 crores.  The revenue realization is Rs. 836.21 Crores as against Rs. 751.09 Crores during the corresponding period last year. 

 

(v)     IRON & STEEL have shown an increase in revenue by Rs. 371.33 crores.  The revenue realization is Rs. 942.56 crores during this year as against Rs. 571.23 crores during the corresponding period last year.

 

(vi)    PAPER & PAPER PULP have shown an increase of Rs. 50.97 Crores.  The revenue realization is Rs. 262.96 Crores as against Rs. 211.99 Crores during the corresponding period last year.  This is due to increased import of Paper, Waste Paper and Paper Pulp.

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(vii)             Dyes, colours & paints have shown an increase of Rs. 37.30 Crores.  The revenue realization is Rs. 253.81 Crores as against Rs. 216.51 Crores during the corresponding period last year.  This is due to increased import of dyes, colour & paints.

 

(viii)  Vegetable Oils have shown a increase in revenue by Rs. 194.62 crores. The revenue collection is Rs. 489.89 crores as against Rs. 295.27 crores during the  corresponding period last year.  This is due to increase in oil price in recent times as well as due to increased imports.

 

(ix)    Aluminium has shown an increase of Rs. 129.14 Crores.  The  revenue realization is Rs. 274.88 Crores as against Rs 145.74 Crores during the corresponding period last year. 

 

(x)     Copper has shown an increase of Rs. 115.75 Crores.  The  revenue realization is Rs. 251.49 Crores as against Rs. 135.74 Crores during the corresponding period last year. 

 

 

Major Commodities showing Negative Growth Trends upto 31st       MARCH 2006 are as follows

 

 (i)     Motor Vehicles & Parts have shown decrease in revenue by 87.12 Crores. The revenue realized is 422.38 Crores  as against Rs. 509.50 Crores during corresponding period last year. This is due to reduction in volume of import.

 

 (ii)   Man made Fibers & Yarns have shown decrease in revenue by Rs. 23.84 Crores.    The revenue realized is Rs. 206.02 Crores  as against Rs. 229.86 Crores during  corresponding period last year.  This is due to reduction in volume of import.

 

 

 

 

 

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Duty Foregone in Export Promotion Schemes:

                          

                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                              (Rs. in crores)

Desc.

2001-

02

 

 2002- 03

2003 –

04

2004 - 05

2004-

2005  (UPTO 31st Mar.)        

2005-

2006       (UPTO 31st Mar.)           

% Increase or decrease

DEPB

 

992.96

2029.42

2076.85

1522.48

1522.48

1148.16

-24.59

DFRC/

PASS BOOK

68.62

122.87

259.16

213.78

213.78

183.46

-14.18

EPCG

 

225.72

353.02

384.19

929.25

929.25

1332.79

43.43

100% EOU

 

397.83

758.92

514.74

580.54

580.54

742.50

27.90

DEEC

 

1137.93

1557.54

1579.81

1453.95

1453.95

2214.43

52.31

DFCEC

 

-

-

-

6.04

6.04

105.22

164.20

TOTAL

 

2823.06

4821.77

4814.75

4706.04

4706.04

5726.56

21.69

Drawback (Customs)

Drawback Disbursed

649.71

983.21

922.66

654.51

643.19

496.70

-24.11

 

 

 

 

 

 

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TOP 20 COMMODITIES ( BUDGET HEAD WISE) : COMPARITIVE CHART  UPTO THE 31st MARCH  04-05 VIS-A-VIS 31st  MARCH, 2006

SR. NO.

COMMODITIES

ACTUAL REVENUE REALISED UPTO 31st     MARCH 2004-05                           ( In Crores)

ACTUAL REVENUE REALISED UPTO 31st      MARCH     - 2005 -06   ( In Crores)

1.  

Machinery – Tools (Excluding Machine Tools)

1467.70

1495.30

2.  

Chemicals

1098.27

1879.85

3.  

Electrical Machinery

751.09

836.21

4.  

Plastics

738.77

1180.26

5.  

Iron & Steel

571.23

942.56

6.  

Motor Vehicle & parts

509.50

422.38

7.  

Vegetables Oils

295.27

489.89

8.  

All other  Non -ferrous metals

271.61

194.64

9.  

Refined Petroleum Oils

236.95

157.68

10.  

Man made fibers & yarn

229.86

206.02

11.  

Dyes, Colours, Paints  

216.51

253.81

12.  

Pulp, Paper etc.

211.99

262.96

13.  

Machine tools & parts

140.41

306.36

14.  

Aluminium

145.74

274.88

15.  

Copper 

135.74

251.49

16.  

Photographic goods

104.36

112.45

17.  

Ball or roller Bearings

76.41

104.88

18.  

Glass & glassware

65.75

99.35

19.  

Fruits, dried and fresh

62.00

101.18

20.  

Other mineral fuels, Oils, waxes

20.00

88.15

TOTAL

7349.16

9660.30

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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TOP 20 COMMODITIES (BUDGET HEAD WISE) UPTO 31st Mar. 2006

(Rs. in Crores)

Sr. No.

COMMODITIES

ACTUAL REVENUE REALISED UPTO 31st  MARCH 2006

1         

Chemicals

 

1879.85

2         

Machinery excluding machine tools

 

1495.30

3         

Plastics

 

1180.26

4         

Iron & Steel

 

942.56

5         

Electrical Machinery

 

836.21

6         

Vegetable oils

 

489.89

7         

Motor vehicles & parts

 

422.38

8         

Machine tools & parts

 

306.36

9         

 Aluminium

 

274.88

10    

Pulp, paper etc.

 

262.96

11    

Dyes, colors, Paints

 

253.81

12    

Copper

 

251.49

13    

M/M fibres & yarns

 

206.02

14    

Rubber & articles

 

200.19

15    

All other N.Ferrous metals

 

194.64

16    

Refined Petroleum Oils

 

157.68

17    

Ores.slag & ash

 

141.69

18    

Photographic goods

 

112.45

19    

Ball or roller Bearings

 

104.88

20    

Fruits, dried & fresh

 

101.18

 

TOTAL

8026.12

                                                                   (13)

TOP 20 IMPORTERS OF 2004-05 AND THEIR PERFORMANCE UPTO 31st MARCH 2005 - 06  AT JNCH

SR. NO.

NAME OF THE IMPORTER

COMMODITIES

DUTY for the year 04-05

DUTY upto 31st Mar. 05-06

1

HEWLETT PACKARD INDIA PVT. LTD.

COMPUTER PARTS AND PERIPHERALS

242.39

156.35

2

GENERAL MOTORS INDIA PVT. LTD.

VEHICLE PARTS

193.41

130.08

3

SKODA AUTO INDIA PVT. LTD.

VEHICLE PARTS

165.47

200.55

4

PHILIPS INDIA LTD.

ELECTRONIC GOODS

 

102.08

45.27

5

JINDAL PHOTO LTD.

PHOTOGRAPHIC MATERIAL

76.17

70.85

6

RELIANCE INDUSTRIES LTD.

CHEMICALS AND MACHINERY

68.53

123.95

7

LG ELECTRONICS INDIA PVT. LTD.

ELECTRONIC GOODS

58.07

94.49

8

CASTROL INDIA LTD.

OILS AND LUBRICANTS

57.18

 

53.28

9

VIRAJ ALLOYS LTD.

METAL SCRAP

 

57.03

73.24

10

CIBA SPECIALITY CHEMICALS (I) LTD.

CHEMICALS

52.78

67.16

11

BASF INDIA LTD.

CHEMICALS

 

50.59

45.76

12

ENERCON (INDIA) LTD.

PARTS FOR GENERATOR

46.65

 

41.66

13

SAMSUNG INDIA ELECTRONICS LTD.

ELECTRONIC GOODS

43.82

38.99

14

DAIMLERCHRYSLER INDIA PVT. LTD.

VEHICLE PARTS

43.63

56.52

15

HERO HONDA MOTORS LTD.

VEHICLE PARTS

42.95

27.17

16

SUZLON ENERGY LTD.

MACHINERY

 

39.69

52.06

17

TOYATA KIRLOSKAR MOTOR PVT. LTD.

VEHICLE PARTS

39.12

0

18

MUKAND LTD.

METAL SCRAP

 

38.84

52.69

19

CEAT LTD.

NYLON CORD AND SYNTHETIC RUBBER

35.52

34.42

20

BHARAT HEAVY ELECTRICALS LTD.

MACHINE COMPONENTS

34.45

17.94

TOTAL

1488.37

1382.43

(14)    

 TOP 20 IMPORTERS UPTO 31st  MARCH, 2006  AT JNCH

 

SR. NO.

 

NAME OF THE IMPORTER

 

COMMODITIES

DUTY  ( Rs. in Crores)

  1.  

SKODA AUTO INDIA P LTD

VEHICLE PARTS

200.55

 

  1.  

HEWLETT PACKARD I SALES P LTD

COMPUTER PARTS AND PERIPHERALS

156.35

  1.  

GENERAL MOTORS IND. P LTD.

 

VEHICLE PARTS

130.08

  1.  

RUCHI SOYA INDS. LTD.

VEGETABLE OILS

128.25

 

  1.  

RELIANCE INDS. LTD.

CHEMICALS AND MACHINERY

123.95

 

  1.  

L G ELEC. IND P LTD.

ELECTRONIC GOODS

94.49

 

  1.  

SONY INDIA P LTD

ELECTRONIC GOODS

81.65

 

  1.  

E I DUPONT IND P LTD

VEHICLE PARTS

73.35

 

  1.  

VIRAJ ALLOYS LTD

 

METAL SCRAP

73.24

  1.  

JINDAL PHOTO LTD

 

PHOTOGRAPHIC GOODS

70.85

  1.  

CIBA SPECIALITY CHEMICALS IND LTD.

CHEMICALS

67.16

  1.  

POLYCAB WIRES PVT. LTD

 

ELECTRICAL GOODS

67.16

  1.  

INDIAN OIL CORP. LTD.

 

OIL AND LUBRICANT

64.16

  1.  

VIDEOCON INTL LTD.

ELECTRONIC GOODS

63.37

 

  1.  

DAIMLERCHRYSLER INDIA PVT LTD

VEHICLE PARTS

56.52

  1.  

MIRC ELEC. LTD.

 

ELECTRONIC GOODS

55.29

  1.  

ICI INDIA LTD.

CHEMICALS

54.53

 

  1.  

CASTROL INDIA LTD

OIL AND LUBRICANT

53.28

 

  1.  

MUKAND LTD

 

METAL SCRAP

 

52.59

  1.  

SUZLON ENERGY LTD

 

MACHINERY

 

52.06

 

TOTAL

 

 

1718.88

 

 (15)

20 TOP EXPORTERS AND THEIR PERFORMANCE UPTO 31st    MARCH  2004-05 AT JNCH

SR. No.

NAME OF THE EXPORTER

FOB VALUE

(RS. IN Crores )

  1.  

ALLANASONS LIMITED

 

930.75

  1.  

MARUTI UDYOG LTD.

 

556.92

  1.  

SUPREME PETROCHEM LTD.

 

478.93

  1.  

UNITED PHOSPHORUS LTD.

 

446.61

  1.  

VARUN INDUSTRIES LTD.

 

414.52

  1.  

BHARAT FORGE LTD.

 

411.63

  1.  

GHARDA CHEMICALS LTD.

 

376.58

  1.  

BILAG INDUSTRIES PVT. LTD.

 

363.87

  1.  

L & T JOHN DEERE PVT. LTD.

 

355.66

  1.  

BHUSHAN STEEL & STRIPS LTD.

 

350.28

  1.  

HINDUSTHAN LEVER LTD.

 

314.76

  1.  

IKEA TRADING (I) P LTD.

 

312.67

  1.  

ATUL LTD.

 

301.02

  1.  

RAJASTHAN SPG & WVG MILLS LTD

 

293.65

  1.  

WELSPUN INDIA LIMITED

 

289.32

  1.  

CENTURY TEXTILES AND IND. LTD.

 

285.47

  1.  

INDIAN ALUMINIUM CO LTD

 

276.92

  1.  

MAHINDRA & MAHINDRA LTD

 

262.86

  1.  

UTTAM GALVA STEELS LTD.

 

244.49

  1.  

TECHNOCRAFT IND. (I) LTD.

 

241.87

 

TOTAL

7508.78

 

(16)

20 TOP EXPORTERS AND THEIR PERFORMANCE UPTO 31ST MARCH 2005-06  AT JNCH

SR. No.

NAME OF THE EXPORTER

FOB VALUE

(RS. IN Crores )

1.      

ALLANASONS LIMITED

 

727.92

2.      

SUPREME PETROCHEM  LTD.

 

418.62

3.      

BHARAT FORGE LTD

 

412.60

4.      

BHUSHAN STEEL & STRIPS LTD

 

410.32

5.      

UNITED PHOSPHEROUS LTD

 

333.33

6.      

BILAG IND PVT LTD

 

285.03

7.      

ATUL LTD

 

281.15

8.      

HINDALCO IND LTD

274.89

 

9.      

HINDUSTHAN LEVER LTD

273.99

 

10.  

UTTAM GALVA STEELS LTD

 

272.72

11.  

L & T JOHN DEERE PVT LTD

 

271.62

12.  

WELSPUN INDIA LIMITED

 

268.51

13.  

GHARDA CHEMICALS LTD

 

267.38

14.  

VARUN IND LTD

 

254.63

 

15.  

SHREE PRECOATED STEELS

 

254.46

16.  

RAJASTHAN SPG & WVG. MILL

251.09

 

17.  

VIRAJ PROFILES LTD

223.76

 

18.  

IKEA TRADING INDIA LTD

220.63

 

19.  

MAHINDRA & MAHINDRA

216.00

 

20.  

VIRAJ IMPO EXPO LTD

 

212.43

TOTAL

6131.08           

 

(17)

20 TOP EXPORTERS AVAILING DRAWBACK UPTO 31st  MARCH 2004 -  05 AT JNCH (ON EDI).

SR. No.

NAME OF THE EXPORTER

DBK VALUE

 (RS. In Crores )

1

MARUTI UDOYG LTD.

 

38.18

2

IKEA TRADING (I) PVT. LTD.

 

12.08

3

JCT ELECTRONICS LTD.

 

9.94

4

TROPICAL CLOTHING CO.

 

6.92

5

OBEETEE PVT. LTD.

 

6.43

6

VIROLA INTERNATIONAL

 

5.06

7

APAR IND. LTD.

 

5.01

8

RICHA & CO.

 

4.70

9

ORIENT CRAFT LTD.

 

4.29

10

DIAMOND EXPORTS

 

4.06

11

TEXPORT SYNDICATE

 

3.91

12

SYNERGY FASHIONS

 

2.98

13

MAYUR OVERSEAS

 

2.80

14

TRANSPEK – SILOX IND LTD.

 

2.74

15

GUPTA OVERSEAS

 

2.71

16

CELLO INTERNATIONAL PVT. LTD.

 

2.69

17

RICHA KNITWEARS

 

2.62

18

CALICO TRENDS

 

2.59

19

GODREJ IND. LTD.

 

2.57

20

PRINCE PLASTICS INTERNATIONAL LTD.

 

2.39

TOTAL

124.67

 (18)

20 TOP EXPORTERS AVAILING DRAWBACK UPTO 31st   MARCH, 2005 -  06 AT JNCH (ON EDI).

SR. No.

NAME OF THE EXPORTER

DBK VALUE

 (RS. In Crores )

1         

IKEA TRADING I PVT LTD

9.45

 

2         

MARUTI UDYOG LTD

6.35

 

3         

OBEETEE PVT LTD

5.65

 

4         

VALIANT GLASS WORKS PVT LTD

4.19

 

5         

ELITE INTERNATIONAL PVT LTD

3.93

 

6         

SIEMENTS LTD

3.19

 

7         

CENTURY TEXTILES AND IND LTD

3.05

 

8         

VIROLA INTERNATIONAL

2.97

 

9         

SUPERHOUSE LEATHERS LTD

2.86

 

10    

DIAMOND EXPORTS

2.85

 

11    

NAHAR SHPINNING MILLS LTD

2.82

 

12    

SUN EXPORTS

2.68

 

13    

ABB LIMITED

2.44

 

14    

CALICO TRENDS

2.38

 

15    

RAJ OVERSEAS

2.19

 

16    

TROPICAL CLOTHING CO PVT LTD

2.16

 

17    

ORIENT CRAFT LIMITED

2.13

 

18    

ALLAH DAD TANNERY

2.10

 

19    

TEXPORT SYNDICATES

1.89

 

20    

LARSEN & TOUBRO LTD

1.79

 

TOTAL

67.07

 (19)

TOP 20 COMMODITIES OF EXPORT  UPTO 31st MARCH  2004 – 05

SR. NO.

COMMODITIES

FOB VALUE OF  EXPORTS (RS. IN CRORES)

1

BONELESS MEAT

 

1696.97

2

CARPETS

 

1204.26

3

COTTON SHIRTS FOR MEN

 

869.90

4

FLAT ROLLED IRON OR NON ALLOYED STEEL

 

746.67

5

SHRIMPS & PRAWNS

 

730.58

6

COTTON SHIRTS / BLOUSES FOR WOMEN

 

714.87

7

COTTON T-SHIRTS

 

657.33

8

WOVEN FABRICS.

 

632.96

9

PARTS & ACCESSORIES OF MOTOR VEHICLES.

 

588.57

10

MEDICINES.

 

582.20

11

HOUSEHOLD TABLE / KITCHEN ARTICLES.

 

578.48

12

COTTON YARN

 

485.83

13

MADEUP ARTICLES OF MANMADE FIBRES

 

471.94

14

TRANQUILISERS

 

435.08

15

POLYMERS OF STYRENE

 

434.90

16

TOILET / KITCHEN LINEN

 

431.59

17

ORGANIC COMPOUNDS

 

422.50

18

MUTTON TALLOW

 

420.96

19

INSECTICIDES

 

399.10

20

TRACTORS

 

349.23

TOTAL

12853.92

(20)

TOP 20 COMMODITIES OF EXPORT UPTO 31ST MARCH  2005 - 06

SR. NO.

COMMODITIES

FOB VALUE OF  EXPORTS (RS. IN CRORES)

1

ORGANIC CHEMICALS

3967.73

 

2

MADEUP TEXTILE ARTICLES

3046.04

 

3

MACHINERY & MECHANICALS APPLIANCES

 

2809.19

4

APPAREL & CLOTHING ACCESSORIES

2702.57

 

5

COTTON

2599.57

 

6

IRON & STEEL

2555.52

 

7

ARTICLES OF IRON & STEEL       

2349.15

 

8

PLASTICS & RUBBER ARTICLES

2197.12

 

9

PHARMACEUTICALS PRODUCTS

1742.70

 

10

CARPETS & FLOOR COVERINGS

1720.67

 

11

KNITTED AND CROACHED APPARELS

1506.64

 

12

VEHICLE PARTS          

 

1476.08

13

ELECTRICAL MACHINERY & EQUIPMENTS

1430.57

 

14

MEAT & EDIBLE MEAT

1400.96

 

15

DYES, COLOUR, PAINTS        

 

1387.17

16

MISCELLANEOUS CHEMICALS

1384.50

 

17

MAN MADE STAPPLE FIBRES

12225.67

 

18

FILAMENT MAN MADE

1152.88

 

19

COPPER & ARTICLES

675.30

 

20

CRUSTACEANS, MOLLUSES OR OTHER AQUATIC INVERTEBRATES

645.85

 

TOTAL

48975.88

 (21)

  REVENUE ANALYSIS FOR THE FINANCIAL YEAR 2005-06          

   (Amount in Crores)

MONTH

GROSS REVENUE

NET REVENUE

REVENUE FOREGONE

APRIL

863.40

814.65

432.35

MAY

894.42

846.17

497.77

JUNE

909.12

835.65

513.23

JULY

799.21

740.70

420.96

AUGUST

1090.61

1046.28

462.72

SEPTEMBER

1049.75

1016.70

439.27

OCTOBER

1158.56

1121.32

400.96

NOVEMBER

967.69

917.33

485.63

DECEMBER

937.97

874.70

519.87

JANUARY

921.60

914.76

510.97

FEBRUARY

850.74

821.55

468.96

MARCH

1242.60

1226.79

573.87

GRAND TOTAL

11685.68

11176.61

5726.56

                        REVENUE ANALYSIS FOR THE FINANCIAL YEAR 2004-05                                                                                                                             (Amount in Crores)

MONTH

GROSS REVENUE

NET REVENUE

REVENUE FOREGONE

APRIL

565.00

482.07

422.78

MAY

554.17

493.89

382.96

JUNE

609.50

521.25

386.63

JULY

720.94

653.26

488.05

AUGUST

734.37

673.10

428.05

SEPTEMBER

901.16

874.00

510.50

OCTOBER

905.26

863.46

410.84

NOVEMBER

858.97

793.78

412.21

DECEMBER

871.32

792.64

390.79

JANUARY

733.37

690.75

260.02

FEBRUARY

714.96

679.36

297.05

MARCH

971.53

960.21

324.60

GRAND TOTAL

9140.58

8477.78

4714.48

 

(22)

        EXTRA EFFORTS TO AUGMENT SHORTFALL IN REVENUE

 

 

Efforts have been made to streamline the valuation of sensitive commodities so as to curb undervaluation.  The prices of various sensitive commodities have been monitored with reference to their prices reported in various international journals such as Metal Bulletin and Platt, etc.  Amount of extra duty realized on account of enhancement in valuation comes to Rs. 21.70 crores for the month of MARCH 2006 and Rs. 129.98 upto 31st   MARCH, 2006.

 

          Despite the reduction in the rates of duty, undervaluation continues to be an area of concern. The commodities most prone to undervaluation are agricultural commodities, chemicals and consumer goods.

 

        DISPOSAL OF SEIZED, CONFISCATED AND RIPE FOR DISPOSAL GOODS, AS ALSO GOODS LYING UNCLEARED IN PORT/CFS AREA DURING THE CURRENT YEAR AND ACTION PROPOSED FOR COMING MONTHS.

 

Revenue realized on disposal of goods upto 31st  MARCH, 2006 are as follow:

 

1.       Seized / Confiscated goods    :    Rs. 21,00,000/-

 

2.       Uncleared / Unclaimed / Time :   Rs. 8,57,00,000/-

          Expired bonded goods.

 

Actual sale proceeds received:

(Only from confiscated / seized goods)

 

YEAR

DISPOSAL OF SEIZED / CONFISCATED

1999-2000

Rs.18.40,000/-

2000-2001

Rs.79,03,619/-

2001- 2002

Rs.1,00,57,762/- 

2002-2003

Rs.82,26,204/-

2003-2004

 

Rs.1,59,94,170/-

2004-2005

Rs.62,47,357/-

2005-2006 (upto  31st      MARCH)

Rs. 21,00,000/-


        (23)

 

ACTUAL REVENUE REALISED FROM THE DISPOSAL OF SEIZED /

CONFISCATED GOODS, UNCLAIMED& UNCLEARED GOODS, TIME

EXPIRED BONDED GOODS OF JAWAHALAL NEHRU CUSTOM HOUSE NHAVA  SHEVA, AS ON 31.03.2006 IS AS FOLLOWS :-

 

 

YEAR

DISPOSAL OF SEIZED/CONFISCATED GOODS

(IN RS)

DISPOSAL OF UNCLEARED/ UNCLAIMED/TIMEEXPIRED BONDED GOODS (IN RS.)

TOTAL REVENUE

(IN RS.)

2001-02

1,00,57.762/-

5,27,03,958/-

6,27,61,720/-

 

2002-03

82,26,204/-

4,88,67,501/-

5,70,93,705/-

 

2003-04

1,59,94,170/-

8,55,30,127/-

10,15,04,297/-

 

2004-05

 

62,47,357/-

8,85,,81,826/-

9,48,29,183/-

2005-06 (upto 31st   MAR.)

21,00,000/-

8,57,00,000/-

8,79,00,000/-

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 


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MAJOR ITEMS OF PENDENCIES UPTO  31st   MARCH, 2005

Item of work

Opening  Balance

Receipts during month

Disposal during month

Closing Balance

Break-up of Pendency at the end of the month

< 1 months

1-3 months

3-6 months

6-12 months

1-3 years

above 3 years

1

2

3

4

5

6

7

8

9

10

11

A.    A D J U D I C A T I O N    * - Including 1case amounting to Rs. 10.23 Crores transferred to Export Commissionerate

a. No. of Cases

119

51

51*

119

3

29

9

19

56

3

b. Amt. of duty involved

127.07

0.98

10.90*

117.15

0.49

19.67

9

28.41

41.8

17.6

c. Cases involving amount>Rs 10 Lakh but < Rs1crore

68

0

0

68

0

16

7

8

37

0

d. Cases involving  amount> Rs1crore

28

0

1

27

0

5

3

8

8

3

B.    R E F U N D S

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

a. Total No. of Cases

69

2

8

63

0

17

8

17

12

9

b. Amt. of duty involved

3.08

0.22

0.32

2.83

0

0.55

0

0.36

1.72

0.06

C.   D R A W B A C K

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

a. No. of Cases (All Industry rate)

15632

47566

35599

27599

22796

4803

0

0

0

0

b. Amt. of drawback involved

93.91

217.65

131.04

180.53

111.04

69.49

0

0

0

0

c. No. of Cases (Brand rate)

15248

2248

1572

15924

766

1379

2116

3238

8385

40

d. Amt. of drawback involved

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

(25)

 

Total No. of cases (a+c)

30880

49814

37171

43523

23562

6182

2116

3238

8385

40

Total  amount (b+d)

15248

2248

1572

15924

766

1379

2116

3238

8385