Following are the guidelines for completing regulatory formalities for moving the shipments
(inbound & outbound) within India.
Note : Applicable tax rates are different in different cities and also depend on the nature of goods and category of consignee. Tax laws are subject to change at any time and the details given below are only general guidelines. The consignor should verify and adhere to the applicable tax laws at the desired destination before shipping the goods. FCPL will not be liable for any errors/omissions in the guidelines below:
Requirements for Interstate shipping of materials :
Following documentation should be given with all shipments containing materials:
- Four copies each of tax invoice with itemized contents sent in the shipment, delivery challan and safety declaration (1 original + 3 copies)
- The CST & LST or TIN nos. of the consignor and consignee are mandatory on the tax invoices and other documentation,
- Shipments consigned to individuals who do not have CST & TIN/LST nos, a declaration from the consignee that the goods are not for sale and are for personal consumption.
- TIN numbers of consignor and consignee on the invoice is a must.
Declaration with value & Consignee CST/TIN No.
Road Permit / Way Bill
Sales Tax Form
Gujrat (with GST)
Bihar-Form - XXVIIIB
Orissa-Form - XXXII
West Bengal - Way Bill
Punjab - Form 36
Rajasthan - Form 18A
Uttar Pradesh- Form 31 / 32
Chattisgarh - Form 59A