Exim India’s Maritime and Logistics Award (MALA) 2021, in its 11th edition, dazzled at The St.Regi’s, Mumbai , with who’s the who of the industry in attendance at a packed venue to acknowledge the best in business, listen to some leading lights speak on a pertinent topic and last but not the least avail the opportunity to network in-person after a long time.
Teamglobal logistics pvt ltd emerged a winner in the best LCL consolidator (Imports) category for the 11th time in a row.
The award was received by Mr.Nityam Khosla (Director), Mr.Rajesh Bhanushali (Director-Export LCL ), Mr.Hemant Bhanushali ( Director-Logistics ), Mr.Tejan Lakhia (Senior Vice President -FCL) Mr.Mitesh Joshi(Vice-President – Imports) and Mr.Rampal Tandon (Vice-President – Freight Management).
The main awards were given out in over 30 categories, accompanied by applause and cheers from the full house, to companies and individuals who excelled, which was even more pertinent this time given the challenges and constraints of the last year.
The occasion also saw some important felicitations - of leading companies for crossing key milestones and lending solemnity to the evening, two posthumous felicitations of those who left us for the heavenly abode in the past year after having made their mark in the industry.
India Maritime Awards 5th Edition, Organised & Managed by Daily Shipping Times held at St.Regis Hotel, on 01st October 2021, brought in the Leading Lights Stalwarts from the Maritime Trade under one roof after a spell of almost two years.
The entire trade applauded the lead taken by Daily Shipping Times in bringing the entire maritime fraternity together to mark this Award Ceremony and to felicitate the Top Achievers of the Maritime Trade.
Such a huge gathering of Maritime fraternity was held after a span of almost two years due to the ongoing pandemic and hence it provided an excellent networking opportunity for the august gathering. The entire trade was very much tankful for Daily Shipping Times in taking this lead and initiative.
Teamglobal Logistics Pvt Ltd was awarded the best LCL consolidator of the year amongst other felicitations.
Dear Valued Customer, As per customs circular- F.No 450/81/2011-Cus IV, dated 18-08-2021, CFS’s have been mandated to weigh all the import loaded containers at the time of arrival in the CFS & share the data to customs. Following this, all import containers will be weighed upon arrival. As a result of above notification the CFS authorities have decided to charge Rs. 350/- Per BOE weighment charges on LCL shipment w.e.f 18.09.2021. We request your co-operation and support. Please feel free to contact respective sales/CS for further query.
Further to mail update on 24-JUNE, We have been informed by our Egypt office, that the Egyptian Customs introduced a new system regarding the pre-registration of cargo information. From July1st, 2021 (Egypt arrival date), all shipments exported to Egypt by sea have to be registered as follows. The full implementation of ACI is as of 1st October 2021(ETA at 1st Port of Loading). Without valid ACID#, we will strictly refrain from loading any shipment planned to be destined to Egypt due to the regulation. Importers of goods are obligated to register their data, exporter data and shipment data through the electronic portal of the National Single Window System for Foreign called, Nafeza“(https://www.nafeza.gov.eg/en) prior sailing. After successful registration and acceptance of the cargo by Egypt customs, the importer (as well as the exporter as per current status) will receive an Advanced Cargo Information Declaration number(ACID) issued by the Nafeza system via e-mail. Exporters have to mention the ACID number within all shipping documents (commercial invoice, packing list, Bills of Lading etc.) and must ensure to provide the ACID number to their nominated freight forwarder. Furthermore, exporters require a mandatory registration at CargoX (https://cargox.io/), the block-chain service provider approved by Egyptian authorities. Such uploads need to be marked with the respective (ACID) number and completed latest 48 hours prior to the arrival of the vessel at the port of destination in Egypt. If this number is not included within the shipping documents, the cargo will not be released, but returned at the expense of the goods without unloading in the Egyptian ports! Further more the ACID number has to be mentioned in the B/L instructions, we prefer underneath the description of goods. Without the ACID number we cannot ship the cargo to Egypt! The Egyptian customs recommend to start with the above mentioned procedures, as the Nafeza system is already in a trial period and possible problems can be solved in advance before the procedure will be mandatory from July 1st, 2021. In case you require any further assistance please feel free to contact our customer service desk or our sales team.