AIPMA Gets Fresh Authorization for Issuing Certificate of Origin

In the latest developments, the All India Plastic Manufacturers Association (AIPMA) has received authorization for issuing the highly vital certificate of origin to all exporters in the country. This comes as a major step since the certificate of origin is a document that is highly valuable for any exporter and there are specific entities authorized to issue the same. This is also referred to as CoO in brief and in all official Government documents. The Director-General of Foreign Trade (DGFT) is the Government organization empowered to authorize and license agencies for issuing the certificate of origin likewise. The DGFT has recently authorized the AIPMA or All India Plastic Manufacturers Association for issuing the CoO or this certificate for all exporters.

In the exercise of powers that have been conferred under paragraph number 2.04 of the Foreign Trade Policy of 2015-2020, the DGFT has already made an Enlistment under the Appendix 2E for M/s All India Plastics Manufacturers’ Association (North Zone), Gurugram for issuing the CoO or certificate of origin which is in the non-preferential category and the name of the agency has accordingly been added in the Serial Number 4 (Haryana) for the Appendix 2E with regard to the list of agencies that have proper authorization for issuing the certificates in the non-preferential category likewise to the Aayat Niryat Forms of the FTP 2015-2020 and Appendices likewise. You can always contact the AIPMA for more information on this particular service or facility while also clicking on the requisite link for downloading the necessary form in question.

You should know that the certificate of origin is a vital document which is the evidence or proof for the origin of goods that have been imported into a particular country. These certificates are vital for exporters to prove the origin of their goods while also making their claim for the benefits that these goods of Indian origin may possess eligibility for in the country of export likewise. There are Preferential and Non-Preferential categories for the certificate and the former is the arrangement or scheme under which tariff preferences are given to India for its exports. These include several options that should be carefully checked out.

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