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COMPANY CERTIFICATE ……………………………………1
SWOT ANALYSIS ……………………………………………..8
"Custom House Agent" means a person licensed, temporarily or otherwise,
under the regulations made under sub-section (2) of Section 146 of the
Customs Act, 1962 (52 of 1962), [Section 65(35)]. The services rendered by
the custom house agent are not merely limited to the clearing of the import and
export consignment. The CHA also renders the service of loading/unloading of
import or export goods from/at the premises of the exporter/importer, the
packing, weighment, measurement of the export goods, the transportation of
the export goods to the customs station or the import goods from the custom
station to the importers premises, carrying out of various statutory and other
formalities such as payment of expenses on account of octroy, DE stuffing
/palletisation terminal handling, fumigation, drawback/DEEC processing,
survey /amendment fees, dock fees, repairing and examination charges,
landing and container charges, statutory labour charges, testing fees, drug
control formalities, sorting /marking/stamping/sealing on behalf of the exporter/
importer. The custom house agent incur various other expenses such as
crane/fork lift charges, taxi charges, Photostat and fax charges, bank collection
charges, courier service charges, and miscellaneous other expenses on
account of the importer /exporter. For all the above charges, the CHA is
ordinarily reimbursed by the importer/ exporter for whom the above services
are rendered. Apart from the above charges, the CHA also charges the client
for his services under the head /nomenclature of “agency and attendance
charges “ or similar kind of heads which is purported to be his service charge in
Started in the year 1990 with the idea of providing consultancy to the
upcoming exporters & importers in and around Indore, Movar is today a
complete logistics solution provider with diversified business of Freight
Forwarding and EXIM Consultancy.
It has its presence in Mumbai, ICD Pithampur, ICD Mandideep, ICD
Malanpur & Cochin. The Company offers a prompt and well organized
custom clearance service to its customers covering both Air and Sea,
Legalization of Documents, arranging Fumigation, Inspection Certificates,
Certificates from Chamber of Commerce and much more. Movar also
provides timely EXIM advice to customers, assisting them to comply with
tariffs, preparing reports and in availing the maximum advantage from
various schemes as granted by the DGFT.
Movar possesses the best of infrastructure facilities and employs highly
qualified, skilled and well experienced staff to handle all the work
pertaining to Custom Clearance & Freight Forwarding in the above
The Company’s integrated services under one roof keeps it abreast with
changes in the industry and helps to maintain an excellent rapport with
both Government and Non-Government offices, such as the Directorate
General of Foreign Trade, The Custom House, The Port Authorities, The
Chamber of Commerce, Bank, The Consulates & Embassies, Shipping
Lines, Airlines, Freight Forwarders etc. 5
1. How to work in an professional organisation.
2. Export procedure followed by CHA.
3. Preparation of different export documents(Shipping bill, EGM
4. Filing of shipping bill and other documents through EDI
5. Learn about the work of merchant exporter and custodian of
Air Cargo Complexes.
6. Learn about different export schemes to promote export in
India(Duty draw back, Duty Exemption , EPCG.
7. Freight forwarder work (Choosing of carrier co., arrangement
of container, negotiate with the carrier co. .
8. Learn about different shipping companies and there operation
areas like Maersk, MSC, CMA_CGM, Ever Green Marine, safe
marine etc.(Vessel operator/NVOCC)
9. Learn about different types of container (DRY, Flat Rack,
open top, refrigerated, tunnel container etc ,.
10. Types of cargo (Break Bulk, Project Cargo etc. )
11. Stuffing (Factory stuffing & ICD Stuffing)
12. Use of Visual Impex Software.
11. How to track the consignment.
1. Import procedure followed by a CHA.
2. Learn about the different major documents involved in the
Import.(Freight certificate, Bill of Entry, IGM , DO etc.
3. Identify the Imported good on the basis of ITC-HS code.
4. Learn about DFIA(duty free import authorisation scheme)
only from basic custom duty.
5. Calculation of Custom Tariff. (Landing charges, Base rate,
CVD , CEDC, CHEDC, Additional Duty )
6. Demurrage and detention charges .
SWOT ANALYSIS OF Movar Logistics PVT LTD
-Best experienced CHA is
the head of the company.
-Goodwill among the
-Wide coverage of the
market in Madhya Pradesh.
-Good relationship with the
different Govt. departments.
-Three time best CHA award
in last 5 yrs in M.p .
-Accountability of the
employees are predefined.
-Not so good office infrastructure.
-Working culture is not so good (not
-Employees are not so qualified.
-Employees are from particular area
which shows biasness in
-To cover more market share by using
own good reputation in the market.
-Again chance to become leader of
-Growing scope of international trade.
-Loosing of market share.
-Local govt. department’s restrictions.