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FFFAI CONVENTION 2013
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FFFAI CONVENTION 2013
FFFAI CONVENTION 2013
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FFFAI CONVENTION 2013
FFFAI CONVENTION 2013
FFFAI CONVENTION 2013
FFFAI CONVENTION 2013
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Customs Broker: …

Customs Broker:
New Paradigm New Opportunities New League

The Convention is a great platform:
1. You get updates of the sector with insight from experts
2. The knowledge sessions give you an in depth overview of the business and will help you chart the course for future.
3. Networking opportunities in a structured format and Trade Fair are part of the convention
4. While we take our business sessions seriously, for the family, the accompanying person programmes and traditional hospitality means ... great Entertainment, Fine Spirits and multi cuisine meals with live counters. Even for breakfast you’ll relish one of the largest spread. As most of us are families in business, we’ll have session for entire family on topics related to wealth management and family business issues.
‘Customs Broker: New Paradigm, New Opportunities, New League’ is the convention theme this time. The theme is both topical and apt for the phase we’re passing through as an industry. The business sessions will help you to help yourselves, unfold the emerging situation, get multiple perspectives with insight into global practices and will help you chart the way forward.
One of the great paradoxes of life is that, though we as humans generally like stability and resist change, it is only through change and adversity that we can grow and progress. In a day and age when change is completely pervasive in life, the current norm will likely be obsolete in just a few years—sooner, in many cases. The new Avatar of the ‘Customs House Agent’ as ‘Customs Broker’ will not be namesake. As much as Change is inevitable, each Change brings New Opportunities, and the Customs Brokers will need to look for New Horizons. Historically, the Customs Brokers have been adaptive species with an aptitude for attitudinal change and courage to face the reality. They have equipped themselves with the capabilities including professional infrastructure of well-trained and professional staff.
It is time ripe for each Customs Broker to ‘Create History’, and thus the theme - Customs Broker: New Paradigm, New Opportunities, New League.

The ‘Customs Broker’, aka ‘Custom House Agent’ has always been an important catalyst, playing a crucial role in facilitating trade around the World. Vast expansion in International Trade owes much to a revolution in transport sector and communications sector; equally, it owes to the international trade related professions, particularly those that facilitated the regulatory compliance as a bridge between the Customer and the Authorities. The Customs Broker has played a pivotal role, offering not just service of customs clearance, but in addition meeting every conceivable need of the customer by providing a wide array of complete logistics solutions packaged with other value- enhancing services and by assisting customers in duty drawback, trade and tariff matters, and further bringing about substantial synergies.

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  • 1. 21st B I E N N I A L C O N V E N T I O NNew Delhi JUNE14-16Customs Broker:New ParadigmNew OpportunitiesNew League14-16 June, 2013The Leela Kempinski,Gurgaon, Delhi (NCR)Lead Sponsor
  • 2. Welcome Message 2FFFAI Introduction 3Theme Paper For FFFAI 5Convention 2013Overview of FFFAI Convention 7Convention Programme 9Delegate Tariff 10Delegate Benefits 11General Information 12Day Excursion 14Convention Committee 152050 : India to become worlds largest economy(World report 2012 by Knight Frank & Citi Private Limited)2025 : India Will Be The Youngest Nation With Average Age Of 28
  • 3. Dear Members,Biennial Convention of FFFAI is not only the most important eventin the industry, but it is also an event with widest participationfrom the stakeholders in the EXIM Trade, including from governmentauthorities.The Convention Committee and the Executive Committee membersput in hard efforts so that each time the Convention sets a higherstandard from the previous. We will, for this convention as well, do ourevery bit best to ensure that the participation in the convention is fruitfuland a memorable experiance both for the delegates and the family.This convention will be very special, for the first time the IFCBA will holdit’s AGM and Board Meeting in India. IFCBA has consented to holdtwo sessions for the delegates to give an international perspective.The delegates will have the opportunity to interact with the leadersfrom about 30 countries, including from the neighbouring counties, thisinternational exposure is not an opportunity to be missed.CHAs have been over zealously guarding their customers’ interests,fighting their battle as own, in course of which the CHAs sidelines hisown interests, in fact own necessities; Convention is the time to thinkabout our own future, or survival, our livelihood, and our well-being.The Convention is a great platform:1. You get updates of the sector with insight from experts2. The knowledge sessions give you an in depth overview of thebusiness and will help you chart the course for future.3. Networking opportunities in a structured format and Trade Fair arepart of the convention4. While we take our business sessions seriously, for the family, theaccompanying person programmes and traditional hospitalitymeans ... great Entertainment, Fine Spirits and multi cuisine mealswith live counters. Even for breakfast you’ll relish one of the largestspread. As most of us are families in business, we’ll have sessionfor entire family on topics related to wealth management and familybusiness issues.‘Customs Broker: New Paradigm, New Opportunities, NewLeague’ is the convention theme this time. The theme is both topicaland apt for the phase we’re passing through as an industry. Thebusiness sessions will help you to help yourselves, unfold the emergingsituation, get multiple perspectives with insight into global practicesand will help you chart the way forward.If you consider the cost of stay with cocktails and meals in a premium 5Star hotel, the participation costs you less than what’s the cost of stayitself. Your participation is important, not just for your organisation butalso for your Fraternity, as what you share is important to all.We look forward to seeing you at the convention.Log on to our website www.fffai.org for registration and further details.Best regards,
  • 4. FEDERATION OF FREIGHT FORWARDERS’ASSOCIATIONS IN INDIA (FFFAI) is thenational apex body of 24 Custom HouseAgents Associations and Sole Representativeof more than 3500 Custom House Agents andFreight Forwarders in India who are directly orindirectly engaged in freight forwarding, shippingand logistics and controlling 90% of India’sinternational trade.With all Government Authorities, Organizations,Ports / Airports, Trade Bodies and other stakeholders in International Trade recognizing FFFAIas a sole representative of Custom House Agentsand International Freight Forwarders, FFFAIenjoys consultative status on all the matters ofimportance concerning International Trade. FFFAIis the Largest Non-Governmental Organisation in the field of International Transportation in India.FFFAI, which was inaugurated by the then Union Minister of Finance Shri Morarji Desai on 2nd December 1962, iscelebrating Golden Jubilee this year. Acknowledging the importance of the role played by the Custom House Agents, theformer President of India, Shrimati Pratibha Devisingh Patil on 3rd July 2012 granted an audience to FFFAI Office Bearers,blessing our endeavors.FFFAI has undertaken many new initiatives in the Golden Jubilee Year, which include:• EMPOWERING THE FREIGHT FORWARDERS by conducting ‘GOLDEN JUBILEE’ Mini-Seminarsinviting experts from the Industry and the Government to address the members on a variety of subjectsrelated to the logistics industry and other subjects like MSME Registration and Credit Rating, Entrepreneur and FirmGrowth, State of Industry. Highlighting Key findings, Disruptive Innovations & Growth Strategy.• Starting Centers of Learning throughout the country by singing of Memorandum of Understanding withEducational Institutes and Member Association with Indian Institute Of Freight Forwarders (IIFF),which is the educational wing of FFFAI for conducting IIFF-FIATA Diploma Course in Freight Forwarding.• Increasing Growth & Proliferation by establishing Maritime Forum of all stake holders in the maritimeindustry; Launching Women’s Wing & Youth Wing for empowering both Women & Youth to play agreater role in the industry, including leadership responsibility, Spreading wings by launching CFS Wing,extending platform to important stakeholders in the logistics industry.• Increasing outreach by participating in various forums of the Government; Being members and activelyliaising and participating in meetings and conferences of national bodies such as FICCI, ASSOCHAM& ICC and organizing Trade Faciliation Seminars; Co-operating with member associations ofneighbouring countries of the Indian Sub-Continent & Supporting Various Events held in the logisticsindustry• CSR initiatives by honouring Sports Personalities for notable achievement in sports and making the country proudand honouring War Veterans, Police Personnel for their gallantry & exceptional services to the nation.FFFAI as a responsible national apex body will endeavor to promote completely compliant regime by conduction trainingprograms, seminars, facilitating automation and self-regulation. To facilitate the same FFFAI will maintain a database ofcirculars, rules and regulations on its web-site; at the same time, FFFAI will continue to lobby for a trade friendly regime
  • 5. 5Shantanu BhadkamkarChairman FFFAICONVENTION THEME - Customs Broker: New Paradigm, New Opportunities, New LeagueThe ‘Customs Broker’, aka ‘Custom House Agent’ has always been an important catalyst,playing a crucial role in facilitating trade around the World. Vast expansion in International Tradeowes much to a revolution in transport sector and communications sector; equally, it owes to theinternational trade related professions, particularly those that facilitated the regulatory compliance asa bridge between the Customer and the Authorities. The Customs Broker has played a pivotal role,offering not just service of customs clearance, but in addition meeting every conceivable need ofthe customer by providing a wide array of complete logistics solutions packaged with other value-enhancing services and by assisting customers in duty drawback, trade and tariff matters, and furtherbringing about substantial synergies.The Global Trade Stakeholders, including the Government Authorities, in the past few years, havebeen compelled to give prime importance to Secure, Safe, Environmental Friendly, Resilient, andyet Cost Efficient & Speed Optimized ‘Global Supply Chains’. These developments, have not justchanged the structure of transport but in addition have also influenced the Regulatory Framework,leading to the law makers introduce new standards such as KYC (‘Know Your Customer’ guidelinesso that the service providers are not used intentionally or unintentionally by importers / exporterswho indulge in fraudulent activities), AEO (‘Authorised Economic Operator’ with authorizing criteria ofLaw Compliance, Internal Control System, Financial Solvency and Security Management), and SelfAssessment with Audit Based Control.The term globalization is really a complex set of changes. The World Trade Organization gives primeimportance to trade facilitation. Minimisation of transaction costs is of utmost importance to both toManufacturers & Customers, right up to Individual consumers. The Governments therefore cannotbe indifferent to keeping transaction costs at the lowest level. The WCO agrees that the role ofCustoms is becoming more complex and that there is a need for increased collaboration betweenCustoms administrations, with other government agencies, and with the trade. The WCO thereforehas initiatives such as MRA (Mutual Recognition Arrangement is accepting counter-party’s AEOprogram in the same manner as Country’s own AEO program) and Capacity Building (collaborativewith trade participation). Strategically important initiatives include Coordinated Border Management,the Economic Competitiveness Package, Information Management And Data Quality, and the GloballyNet-worked Customs.With all these changes, it will be naïve to expect that the Customs Brokers can continue to conductthe business in the same manner as they did for past 50 years i.e. after enactment of the Customs Act’62. The Customs Brokers need to consider the prevailing situation in the international market place,
  • 6. a playground for intermediaries like Customs Brokers and the current thinking of the policy makers;and how the roles and services of Customs Brokers need to be met with capabilities to change to facethe challenges.Healthy competition is said to increase efficiency and ultimately benefit the consumers. But cancompetition in a fragmented market, particularly where the intermediaries lack the bargaining powercan be healthy? What would happen to the Customs Broker, who suffers the Regulation Fatigue morethan anyone else?The Customs Brokers are more Globally integrated than ever before; hence, addressing the multitudeof technical, regulatory and futuristic issues involved in the international trade, an equivalent themecould be- Customs Broker: Defining The Supply Chains Of Tomorrow.The convention will deal with these newly emerged trends and changes, not just with the nationalperspective but also in a global perspective, mapping the practices in the rest of the world. Othertopics for consideration in the convention are sustainable and inclusive growth aspects of the businesswith special focus on MSME Sector along with important issue such as Scenario at ICDs/CFSs &Gateway issues, with reference to the most critical interventions required.The Speakers will highlight the role of Customs Brokers and Customer expectations in the contextof total service concepts; they will also deal with how to fulfill the regulatory requirements to theexpectation of the concerned authorities, particularly the Customs Department. The speakers willdiscuss the ground level issues with respect to the above with special reference to the policies andimplementation, following the methodology of building awareness to build capabilities.The Finance Minister introduced the Finance Bill, 2013 in Lok Sabha on 28thFebruary, 2013. In theNon Tariff Changes in Customs law proposed through the Finance Bill, 2013, the Section 146 of CA’62 is being substituted to change the nomenclature of “customs house agents” to “customs brokers”considering the global practice and internationally accepted nomenclature.One of the great paradoxes of life is that, though we as humans generally like stability and resistchange, it is only through change and adversity that we can grow and progress. In a day and agewhen change is completely pervasive in life, the current norm will likely be obsolete in just a fewyears—sooner, in many cases. The new Avatar of the ‘Customs House Agent’ as ‘Customs Broker’will not be namesake. As much as Change is inevitable, each Change brings New Opportunities,and the Customs Brokers will need to look for New Horizons. Historically, the Customs Brokers havebeen adaptive species with an aptitude for attitudinal change and courage to face the reality. Theyhave equipped themselves with the capabilities including professional infrastructure of well-trained andprofessional staff.It is time ripe for each Customs Broker to ‘Create History’, and thus the theme - Customs Broker:New Paradigm, New Opportunities, New League.
  • 7. FFFAI organizes a biennial convention. Each conventionhas a theme which is relevant to prevalent status of GlobalBusiness, and Economic scenario of Logistics Industry.Delegates:Delegates from wide spectrum of logistics industry from allacross India attend our Biennial Convention. Most of themregister as resident delegates with over 40 percent attendingwith their families. The New Delhi Convention will witnessparticipation of more then seventy international delegatesfrom twenty-five countries.Business Sessions:Convention offers two full day interactive business sessions forall delegates in various topics pertaining to Logistics Industry& beyond. Over three hundred delegates participate in everysession. The speakers are eminent leaders in their ownfield with rich experience and represent a wide spectrum ofLogistics Industry and Government Departments. An IFCBAMini Seminar for delegates will be a unique feature of thebusiness session in this convention.FFFAI Trade Fair:Stake holders will have an opportunity to showcase theirproducts & services to Delegates & Dignitaries whose who ofIndustry.Sponsorship Opportunities:Convention offers the trade and industry a wide range ofsponsorship opportunities to show case their productsservices and capabilities amongst decision makers andprospective customers. More than twenty-five sponsors haveparticipated at the last convention. Value added benefitslike complimentary stalls, rooms, registrations are offered toSponsors based on the category of Sponsorship. Sponsorshipbooking form with tariff is enclosed with this brochure.Souvenir Advertisement:To commemorate the occasion, a souvenir will be releasedat the Convention. Articles and interviews of industryleaders are published in the souvenir. Souvenirs are widely
  • 8. circulated amongst logistics industry,allied trade, commerce associationsand Government departments. Theadvertisement in this souvenir givesan excellent opportunity to reach putto a cross section of the industrywith least effort at an affordable price.Advertisement booking form with tariffis enclosed with this brochure.Convention Package:An extremely attractive concessionalpackage for 3 days has been speciallydesigned to encourage participationof resident delegates. The package will include three daysaccommodation in 5 star deluxe property with buffet breakfast/ lunch, evening cocktails & dinner with entertainmentprogramme, to & fro complimentary airport transfers andregistration for business sessions.Convention Venue:The venue of the convention is The Leela Kempinski GurgaonHotel and Residences, a world-class facility. The hotel islocated on the fringe of the Gurgaon Central Business District,which is a 15-minute drive from Delhi’s International Airportand 23 Kilometers from Central Delhi. With multi awardwinning restaurants, State of the art spa facilities, The LeelaKempinski Gurgaon creates the magic and romance of aluxury boutique hotel.Ambience Mall adjoining the Hotel, is an apogee of lifestyledistinction, it offers not only unprecedented scale in termsof its size but also an experience of unparalleled retail mixcombined with the entertainment and leisure attractionsthat has changed the concept of shopping mall experience.Ambience Mall - Gurgaon is the largest operational shoppingmall in India, with one kilometer of shopping experience onevery floor.Delegate Accommodation:Starting at 45 sq.mts. the deluxe categories rooms offer anextensive range of modern five star services & facilities.Therooms feature a spacious bathroom with glass enclosed tubandrain showeralongwithotheramenitiessuchaslargeflexiblework station,high speed internet,LCD T.V.,I.P.Telephone,I Pod
  • 9. docking station and individually controlled air conditioning.Delegates will be accomodated at the Leela Kempinski onfirst come first serve basis. After rooms at Leela Kempinskiare exhausted, additional delegates will be allotted rooms inalternative five star hotel in the vicinity. To and fro transfers willbe provided.Delegate Registration Conditions:1. Registration and accommodation of delegates will beconfirmed only upon receipt of completed registrationform and realization of delegate fees.2. Spot registration of resident delegates at conventionvenue will not be entertained.3. Spot registration of non-resident delegates atconvention venue will be entertained against cash /credit card payment only.4. On-line registration will be available on ourwebsite www.fffaiconvention2013.org from7thApril, 2013.5. Closing date of registration for resident delegates:31stMay, 2013.6. For any other query about registration, please write to2013convention@fffai.orgMode of Payment:1. Online payment through VISA or MASTER CARD will beavailable on our website www.fffaiconvention2013.org4.5% additional charge will be applicable for all creditcard payments.2. Payment through bank transfers have to be made toHDFC Bank Ltd., in favour ‘A/C No:00011110001189 Swift: HDFC INBB.3. Payment by Demand Draft or Cheque payable atpar should be drawn in favour of ‘’ payable at Mumbaiand should be mailed to FFFAI office at 311-313Mahinder Chambers, W.T.Patil Marg (Opp. DukesFactory), Chembur, Mumbai – 400 071.4. Payments to FFFAI for registration of delegatesshould be exclusive of all Bank & other charges, if any.
  • 10. 12.00 - 16.00 Hrs B2B Meetings12.00 - 17.00 Hrs Registration16.00 - 17.00 Hrs High Tea17.00 - 18.30 Hrs Inauguration CeremonyWelcome Address by Chairman, FFFAIKeynote AddressAddress by Guest of HonourAddress by Chief GuestVote of Thanks by Honorary Secretary, FFFAI19.30 - 23.00 Hrs Welcome Reception, Entertainment, Cocktails & Dinner09.30 - 11.30 Hrs Business Session - IV11.30 - 12.00 Hrs Tea12.00 - 14.00 Hrs Business Session - V14.00 - 15.00 Hrs Lunch15.00 - 16.30 Hrs Inhouse Session (FFFAI Members only)16.30 - 17.00 Hrs Tea19.00 - 23.00 Hrs Grand Finale, Entertainment, Cocktails & Dinner, Raffles09.30 - 11.30 Hrs Introduction - Convention ThemeBusiness Session - I IFCBA Mini - Seminar11.30 - 12.00 Hrs Tea12.00 - 14.00 Hrs Business Session - II IFCBA Mini - Seminar14.00 - 15.00 Hrs Lunch15.00 - 17.00 Hrs Business Session - III17.00 - 17.30 Hrs Tea17.30 - 18.30 Hrs Knowledge Session (Open for Delegates, Spouses & Children)19.30 - 23.00 Hrs Entertainment, Cocktails & Dinner
  • 11. Dress Code :Lounge Suit for Inaugural Session, Business Sessions (on 14th,15th& 16th).Casual Attire on 15thevening. Lounge Suit or National Dress on 16thevening.Delegate with Guest 27000 30000Single Delegate 25000 27500Two Delegates In One Room (per delegate) 18000 20000Non- Resident Delegate 13500 15000Non- Resident 2ndDelegate of the same company 12500 12500Child Other Than Infant:Upto 12 Years (Per Child - Two Permitted) 6750 7500Above 12 Years (Only One Permitted) 9000 10000Check - In: 14thJune 2013 : 02:00 PMCheck - Out: 17thJune 2013 : 12:00 PMCheck - In: 14thJune 2013 : 02:00 PMCheck - Out: 17thJune 2013 : 12:00 PMSingle Occupancy US$ 750/-Double Occupancy US$ 750/-Extra Night US$ 175/-
  • 12. Cancellation Conditions:1. Cancellations should be made in writing to FFFAIFax number +91-22-67107500 or FFFAI e-mail id:2013convention@fffai.org2. Cancellation Policy:a. 30 days prior to convention: 50% refund will be granted.b. 15 days prior to convention date: 10% refund will be granted.c. Less than 15 days prior to convention date: No refund.d. Refund if any will be paid only after the convention is over.3. Decision of FFFAI will be final on all registration / Cancellation andrefunds.Note :Accommodation, Breakfast, Laundry & Health Club Facilities will be available only for ResidentDelegatesService Tax @ 12.36% will be charged on the above tariff* True as on date of PrintingInclusions:1. Accommodation for 3 nights2. To & Fro from Airport or Railways Station Transfers3. Lunch, Cocktails & Dinner on 14thJune4. Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner & Cocktails on 15th& 16thJune5. Breakfast on 17thJune6. Participation in Business Sessions on all days7. Participation in Valedictory Session8. Exclusive Convention Kit with a Tablet & FFFAI Insignia Products *9. Entertainment program on all days10. 10% Discount on Laundry & Spa Treatments11. Usage of Health Club Facilities like Steam, Sauna and Jacuzzi
  • 13. India is the seventh-largest country by area, the second-most populous country with over 1.2 billion people, andthe most populous democracy in the world. Indian culturalhistory spans more than 4,500 years. According to the WorldBank, as of 2011, the Indian economy is nominally worthUS$1.848 trillion; it is the tenth-largest economy by marketexchange rates, and is, at US$4.457 trillion, the third-largestby purchasing power parity. With its average annual GDPgrowth rate of 5.8% over the past two decades, and reaching6.1% during 2011–12, India is one of the world’s fastest-growing economies. India’s telecommunication industry, theworld’s fastest-growing, added 227 million subscribers duringthe period 2010–11. At the end of 2011,Delhi is a city that bridges two different worlds. Old Delhi,once the capital of Islamic India, is a labyrinth of narrowlanes lined with crumbling havelis and formidable mosques. Incontrast, the imperial city of New Delhi created by the BritishRaj is composed of spacious, tree-lined avenues and imposinggovernment buildings. Delhi has been the seat of power forseveral rulers and many empires for about a millennium. Manya times the city was built, destroyed and then rebuilt here.Interestingly, a number of Delhi’s rulers played a dual role, firstas destroyers and then as creators.In Delhi, you will discover that the city is sprinkled withdazzling gems: captivating ancient monuments, fascinatingmuseums and art galleries, architectural wonders, a vivaciousperforming-arts scene, fabulous eating places and bustlingmarkets.
  • 14. ClimateThe climate of Delhi is a monsoon-influenced humidsubtropical climate with high variation between summerand winter, in terms of both temperatures and rainfall. Thetemperature varies from 46 °C in summers to around 0 °C inwinters. Summers are long, from early April to October, withthe monsoon season in the middle of the summer. Winterstarts in November and peaks in January. The average annualrainfall is 714 mm, most of which is during the months in Julyand August.CuisineDelegates will enjoy a wide spread of Indian & Global cuisinefor break fast and dinner with live counters & deserts with eachmeal having different dishes. For cocktails premium liquors willbe served during the evening entertainment programs alongwith hot Hot Devours.TravelDelhi is very well connected to international airports. Giventhe modern infrastructure and tourism, transportation hasbecome easy and more convenient. One can choose to travelby road, rail or air from any destination in India. The DelhiMetro, a mass rapid transit system built and operated by DelhiMetro Rail Corporation (DMRC), serves many parts of Delhi aswell as the satellite city of Gurgaon and Noida.
  • 15. FFFAI - Office BearersConvention CommitteeSHANTANU BHADKAMKARRAMAN RAJ SUDV.S. PRADEEP A.V. VIJAYAKUMARNAILESH V. GANDHI A.R. RAMARAJPHILIP. C. C NARINDER M. PRABHAKARSAILESH BHATIAConvention ConvenorNAILESH GANDHI Convenor, Advertisement CommitteeVIPIN VOHRA Convenor, Airline CommitteeSUNNY SALIAN Convenor, B2B Networking Meetings CommitteeS. RAMAKRISHNA Convenor, Brochure CommitteeTUSHAR JANI Convenor, Business Session CommitteeNARINDER PRABHAKAR Convenor, Delegate CommitteeRAFEEQ IQBAL Convenor, Entertainment CommitteeDEVENDRA THAKKER Convenor, Event Hospitality CommitteeDUSHYANT MULANI Convenor, Event Partner CommitteeAMIT KAMAT Convenor, Knowledge / Thought Paper CommitteeARUN SHARMA Convenor, Media & Publicity CommitteeNARINDER PRABHAKAR Convenor, Pre-Event/ Post Event Tours CommitteeARUN SHARMA Convenor, Press Release CommitteeSAMIR SHAH Convenor, Souvenir CommitteeSAILESH BHATIA Convenor, Sponsorship CommitteeSARFARAZ KHAN Convenor, Stay Hospitality CommitteeSHANKAR SHINDE Convenor, Trade Fair CommitteeASHOK DHAKANE Convenor, Transport CommitteeASHISH PEDNEKAR Convenor, VIP Invitations CommitteeAMIT KAMATSHANKAR SHINDE
  • 16. KARTIK PANCHOLIPresidentAhmedabad Custom House Agents’ AssociationCAPT. PIYUSH SINHAPresidentAurangabad Custom House Agents’ AssociationS. RADHAKRISHNAN NAIRPresidentAssociation of Custom House Agents’ TrivandrumK. S. DESIKANPresidentBangalore Custom House Agents’ Association Ltd.GEORGE JOSEPHPresidentBombay Custom House Agents’ AssociationSACHI KUMAR KOLEYPresidentCalcutta Custom House Agents’ AssociationA. V. VIJAYKUMARPresidentChennai Custom House Agents’ AssociationV. S. PRADEEPPresidentCochin Custom House Agents’ AssociationR. RAJESH KUMARPresidentCoimbatore Custom House & Steamer Agents AssociationC.S. NARENDARPresidentHyderabad Custom House Agents’ AssociationRAMAN RAJ SUDPresidentDelhi Customs Clearing Agents’ AssociationAMIT KAMATPresidentGoa Custom House Agents AssociationANURAG VIJAYVARGIYAPresidentIndore Custom House Agents’ AssociationSURESH KUMAR SHARMAPresidentKakinada Custom House Agents’ AssociationRAMESH BANSALPresidentKandla Custom House Agents’ AssociationRAJESH VERMAPresidentLudhiana Custom House Agents’ AssociationEDWARD J. COELHOPresidentMangalore Custom House Agents’ AssociationRAMESH BANSALPresidentMundra Custom House Agents’ AssociationPRAKASH KHEMKAPresidentNagpur Custom House Agents’ AssociationSHANKAR SHINDEPresidentNashik Custom House Agents’ AssociationCAPT. ASHISH SAMARTHPresidentPune Custom House Agents’ AssociationARUN SHARMAPresidentRajasthan Custom House Agents’ AssociationT. VELSANKARPresidentTuticorin Custom House Agents’ AssociationP V. JAGANNATHPresidentVisakhapatnam Custom House Agents’ AssociationJoint Convenors
  • 17. Federation of Freight Forwarders’ Associations in IndiaApex body of CUSTOM HOUSE AGENTS’ ASSOCIATIONS IN INDIA311-313, Mahinder Chambers, W.T. Patil Marg,Opp. Dukes Factory, Chembur, Mumbai - 4000 071. INDIATel: 022-6710 7495/96 | Telefax: 022-6710 7500Email: fffai@vsnl.com | www.fffai.org[ESTD. 1962]SAFFFA21st B I E N N I A L C O N V E N T I O NNew Delhi JUNE14-16
  • 18. Back cover 260 x 196 280 x 216 1,50,000/- 20%Inside front cover 260 x 196 280 x 216 1,25,000/- 20%Back Inside cover 260 x 196 280 x 216 1,25,000/- 20%Special Gate Fold 260 x 179 & 260 x 412 280 x 199 & 280 x 413 1,00,000/- 15%Double Spread 260 x 412 280 x 432 75,000/- 15%Full Colour Page 260 x 196 280 x 216 50,000/- 10%Half Colour Page 130 x 196 130 x 190 25,000/- NilBook Mark 50,000/- 10%Date:The Convenor,FFFAI, 21stBiennial ConventionFederation of Freight Forwarders Association of India, MumbaiPlease reserve (please print relevant category) advertisement spaceas indicated above in the souvenir to be published in FFFAI - 21stBiennial Convention to be held atGurgaon, Delhi (NCR) from 14th to 16th June, 2013.I/We enclose herewith my/our cheque / D.D no. dated drawn onbank for Rs. towards payment of advertisement chargesin favour of ‘ ’ payable at Mumbai.Name of the Individual/Firm/Company:Signature:1. The duly completed form should reach our office at above address on or before 30th May, 2013.2. Payment to be made by Cheque/D.D only. Cheques subject to realisation.3. Our PAN No. is AAATF0039J..Material Specifications:• Advertisement material should be in Illustrator, In Design (EPS or PDF) format.(open file with fonts or fonts with create outline (converted to curves)• All printing will be in 4 Colour Euroscale CMYK• Images in CMYK (High Resolution - 300 dpi)• Advertisement files will not be Accepted in below formats.Coral Draw file, Excel File, Word File, Word Publisher files for Ad printing.
  • 19. Main SponsorsEvent Sponsors
  • 20. Date:The Convenor,FFFAI, 21stBiennial ConventionFederation of Freight Forwarders Association of India, MumbaiSir,We wish to participate in the convention as a Sponsor (please printrelevant category) as indicated above in the FFFAI-21stBiennial Convention to be held at Gurgaon,Delhi from 14thto 16thJune, 2013.I/We enclose herewith my/our cheque / D.D no. dated drawn onbank for Rs. towards payment of sponsorship chargesin favour of ‘ ’ payable at Mumbai.Name of the Individual/Firm/Company:Signature:1. The duly completed form should reach our office at above address on or before 30th May, 2013.2. Payment to be made by Cheque/D.D only. Cheques subject to realisation.3. Our PAN No. is AAATF0039J.Benefits to all Sponsors1. Facility to include promotional material in delegate kit2. Logo and hyperlink featured on FFFAI website www.fffai.org3. Vantage inclusion of ‘ Thank You Sponsor ‘ card in the delegate kit4. Acknowledge as sponsor in the Convention SouvenirExclusive Benefits to Lead, Platinum, Gold, Silver, Bronze sponsors1. Standard exhibition booth2. Special reserved seating during the event3. Name & Logo on Home page of FFFAI website4. Name & Logo on Convention Home page5. Name & Logo on Backdrop at event venue6. Logo on side panel at event venue7. Name and Logo on registration desk backdrop at event venue8. Facility to distribute promotional material at the convention venue9. Logo to be featured in all print advertisements10. Logo to be featured in all event literature, direct mail/ promotional material11. Logo on all signage at the convention venueSpecial Benefits to Gala Dinner, Dinner, Lunch, Cocktails1. Complimentary passes to invite your Guest2. Facility to play company video for on 2 LED Screen in the event area only3. 2 standees in the event area only4. Personalized invitation card of sponsor to all delegates and invitees

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