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Deployment of Officials of CLRI at Chennai, Mumbai and Kolkata (Ports) and Kanpur and Tughlakabad (ICDs)
September, 10th 2013

F. No.450/39/2012-Cus.IV
Government of India
Ministry of Finance
Department of Revenue
Central Board of Excise and Customs

New Delhi dated 16th April, 2013
The Chief Commissioners of Customs Chennai, Delhi, Mumbai and Kolkata, Lucknow.
Sir/ Madam,

Instances have come to the notice of the Board that some unscrupulous exporters are
exporting semi-processed leather in the guise of finished leather for evading applicable export
duty. Ministry of Commerce and Industry have recommended putting in place a robust
inspection system with presence of officials from CLRI at identified Customs stations to check
this unauthorized export.

2. The matter has been examined in consultation with CLE (Council for Leather Exports).
The Board has decided the following:

a) Officials of CLRI shall be deployed at Chennai, Mumbai and Kolkata (Ports) and Kanpur
and Tughlakabad (ICDs). The cost of CLRI officials shall be borne by CLE.

b) The officials of CLRI shall assist Customs officers in examination of export
consignments of leather. Where required, samples shall be drawn by Customs in presence
of officials of CLRI. Samples so drawn by Customs shall be sent to CLRI or approved
labs for testing.

c) The above arrangements shall come into force with effect from 15.04.2013 at
aforementioned Customs locations.

3. Board desires that Chief Commissioner of Customs concerned should ensure that
cooperation is extended to CLRI officials at the identified Customs stations and instructions as
aforementioned are implemented effectively.

4. This instruction may be brought to the notice of all the officers concerned by issuing
suitable Standing Orders.

Yours faithfully,
Under Secretary to the Government of India (Cus.IV.)

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