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mango export
I want information about mango exports process and its exporters
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Re: mango export
About mango export-

Alphanso export around 13,000 Mt per year. Major Export to Middle East, UK, The Netherlands.
Varieties in demand Internationally are- Kent, Tomy Atkin, Alphonso, Kesar

Export Specifications-for Middle East/Netherland/UK

Variety - Alphonso- Wt:- 200-250 gm
Kesar -Wt:- 200-250 gm

Packing- 1 Doz/2.5 kg
Storage Temperature- 13°c
Export - By Sea or by air.

The MSAMB has promoted the organisation of Mango growers in the name of Mahamango. In order to boost the export of Alphonso mangoes as well as for domestic marketing, "MAHAMANGO" is a co-operative partnership society .The head office of Mahamango located at Kudal, Dist. Sindhudurg.
For export of mangoes, facilities like pre-cooling, cold-storage, pack house, grading packing line etc. are available at the facility centre of Mahamango. For erection of this facility, the financial assistance was given by APEDA, New Delhi and the Maharashtra State Agricultural Marketing Board, Pune.

Similarly the pack house of Jaikisan Bhajipala Utpadak Sahakari Sanstha, Aurangabad is also get permission for export of kesar mangoes to China. This year MSAMB has exported 6.5 MTs Kesar mangoes to Hong Kong. The mangoes were treat with Hot Water Treatement (48°C for 1Hr).
Similarly MANGROW association has been formed for export of Kesar mangoes from Aurangabad district

For import or export of any item, Import - Export Code (IEC) is necessary. For availing IEC, establishment needs to be registered with appropriate authorities as proprietorship, partnership, company, co-operative societies etc. Bank account need to be open in the name of establishment with the bank having a foreign exchange facility.

Import - Export Code (IEC)-
IEC can be obtained on submission of information in prescribed form to Director General of Foreign Trade (DGFT). Following documents should be attached with application.
1. Firm / Establishment registration certificate - Xerox copy
2. Permanent Account Number (PAN) from Income Tax Department - Xerox copy
3. Banker's certificate of the establishment
4. Two Passport size photographs of the Chairperson of the establishment. Photos pasted on the form should be endorsed by the bankers.
5. Demand Draft for Rs. 1000/- favouring Joint Director General of Foreign Trade
6. Declaration (As per the format)
The forms completely filled in all respects to be submitted in two copies to Joint Director of Foreign Trade at the addresses given below, by hand or by post (Registered AD). The information is available on www.dgftcom.nic.in and application form is available in downlaod option of web site www.msamb.com

Addresses of JDGFT in Maharashtra State are as follows-
Joint Director General of Foreign Trade
New C.G. O. Building, New Marine Lines
Churchgate, Mumbai - 400 020
Joint Director General of Foreign Trade
C-Block, Income Tax Bhavan,
IInd Floor, Near P.M.T. Work shop,
Swargate, Pune.
Jurisdiction of Pune office is for Pune, Ahmednagar, Jalna, Beed, Kolhapur, Latur, Nanded, Osmanabad, Parbhani, Ratnagiri, Sangli, Satara, Solapur, Sindhudurg and Nasik districts. Rest of the districts should contact Mumbai Office.

After getting IEC, establishment has to get Registration Cum Membership Certificate (RCMC) from promotion council like Agricultural and Processed Food Products Export Development Authority (APEDA), New Delhi through their divisional office or through their website .

Agricultural and Processed Food Products
Export Development Authority (APEDA)
Division Office - Mumbai
4th Floor, Banking Complex Building,
Sector - 19 A, Vashi,
New Bombay - 400 705

Quality parameters such as size, packing, temperature requirements should be obtained from the importer before packing of the product. It is better to get requirement from the importer in writing. Pack the material strictly as per the samples provided to the importer. Confirm the standards of raw material, packaging material with the importers requirement.

Procedure of shipment-
Following is the list of documents required to be provided to Customs House Agents (CHAs).
• Letter of Credit (If available)
• Invoice
• Certificate of origin.
• Phytosanitary certificate - Can be availed from Directorate of Plant Protection, Quarantine and Storage, Ministry of Agriculture.
• Packing list (If items are more)
Air transport charges are normally five times costlier than sea transport. Perishable commodities like Pomegranate, Mango, Orange, Grapes can be exported through sea using 40 feet / 20 feet reefer containers. In mangoes, Controlled Atmosphere (CA) / Modified Atmosphere (MA) containers are also being used to enhance the shelf life of the product.

Sales proceed gets deposited in the bank in foreign currency. Exporter gets the amount in Indian rupees after conversion of the foreign currency. Export documents including Export Promotion (EP) copy should be retained by exporter.

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