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Amendment in the export policy of face masks from India

COVID-19 Notification: Amendment in the export policy of face masks from India.

Message from: Suvendu Choudhury, Managing Director – Gateway Operations, India. FedEx Express

The Directorate General of Foreign Trade (DGFT), Department of Commerce, Government of India, has issued further amendment to the export policy prohibiting the export of all masks from India. As per the amended notification, non-medical or non-surgical masks made of cotton, silk, wool or knitted fabric are exempted and will be allowed for export.

All other types of masks falling under any ITC HS code, including the HS codes mentioned below, will continue to remain prohibited for export.

The notification (6/2015-2020 dated May 16, 2020) is attached for reference.

The list of items prohibited for export is as below:

ITC HS Codes Description Revised/Amended
Policy
ex392690
ex621790
ex630790
ex901890
ex9020
All masks except non-medical or non-surgical masks (cotton, silk, wool or knitted) Prohibited

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COVID-19 Notification 25-March-2020: Aramex India Service Notice

COVID-19 Notification 25-March-2020: Aramex India Service Notice, Temporary suspension of Aramex international pick-up and delivery services in India amid lock down due to COVID-19 pandemic.

Message from: Percy Avari, General Manager – Aramex India.

Dear Aramex Customer,

As you are aware, the Government of India has put into effect measures to safeguard the population against the spread of the novel coronavirus (COVID-19). These measures include placing nationwide lockdown until 14th April 2020, suspending domestic travel, trains and other public transport and shutting down manufacturing facilities and non-essential retail.

As such, we too have taken the decision to temporarily suspend all our services in India. We will keep a close watch of the situation, and we will stay in close contact with governments and other relevant authorities. We will, of course, continue to keep you well informed of any updates on our operations and the resumption of our services.

While our services are temporarily halted, all shipments that have been already picked up are currently being processed to connect to nearest global hub and onforwarded for delivery, however we expect there will be some delays in the service due to the current situation, which is beyond Aramex’s control.

Please rest assured that your customer relationship manager will remain a phone call away. Our teams continue to work from the safety of their homes, to answer questions and support you during these unprecedented times.

We thank you for your understanding and cooperation, and we would like to take this opportunity to thank members of your families that are medical workers, pharmacists or on the front lines of the fight against the global pandemic for their efforts.

Stay safe!

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