India: Sea Cargo Manifest and Transhipment (Amendment) Regulations, 2019
India: Sea Cargo Manifest and Transhipment (Amendment) Regulations, 2019 - Entered into force on 1 August 2019
The Sea Cargo Manifest & Transhipment Regulations 2018 (Regulations framed under the Customs Act, 1962), were originally to have come into force on 1st August 2018. Following a number of extensions and amendments, the Regulations finally entered into force on 1 August 2019.
The new Regulations essentially replace previous regulations dealing with the timing and procedures for the delivery and filing of arrival and departure manifests and seek to streamline these processes for vessels carrying imported goods into India, vessels carrying export goods out of India as well as for vessels engaged in coastal carriage. The Regulations also introduce some new forms which the carrier is obliged to complete.
If Members have any questions relating to these new Regulations, please do not hesitate to contact your usual contact at the Club who would be happy to assist you.
37426 - Sea_CargoManifest___Transhipment__Amendment__Regulations__2019_-_1st_Aug_2019_-_Gazetted-2 285 KB
You may also be interested in:
Circular 09/22: EU Sanctions - clarification published on the carriage of certain Russian cargoes including coal and fertilisers
On 19 September 2022 the EU further amended its FAQS clarifying the application of provisions relating to the carriage of certain cargoes from Russia, including coal and other solid fossil fuels as well as certain types of fertilizer.
MPA Singapore Port Marine Circular No.19
The Maritime and Port Authority (MPA) of Singapore recently issued Port Marine Circular No.19 of 2022 which introduced a requirement for all non-vaccinated crew arriving in Singapore after 28th August to perform a pre-departure COVID test 2 days before arrival and hold valid travel insurance which covers them for all COVID risks.
It is with considerable sadness that we announce the passing of Herry Lawford yesterday morning after a long illness.