Import Export Consultants Delhi Noida Gurgaon Ghaziabad India


Import export consultants are professionals who help businesses grow in overseas markets. The import export consultants are trained in international business liaison and can help businesses with market research, finding franchises, establishing distribution channels and designing advertising campaigns.

A growing number of businesses are finding it helpful to engage the expert consultation of an import export consultant for successfully launching their business ventures overseas. It is always beneficial to take help of Import Export Consultant because of following:

Knowledge of rules: The import export consultants are trained in international trade. They are equipped with the knowledge of international business norms, legal aspects and import-export regulations. They can also help businesses in understanding the cultural difference between the countries.

Knowledge of cultural diversity: The cultures and traditions across the nations, even within a nation, may vary widely. The success of a business in a foreign land depends largely on its acclimatization with the culture of that country. Businesses failing to absorb into the culture of their offshore locations are likely to experience setbacks. An import export consultant can help you eliminate such cultural hurdles and win customers. They have firsthand knowledge of different cultures to help you design the perfect advertisement campaign.

Fast business: It takes time to build business in overseas locations. A company is required to win the trust of the distributors and retailers as well as that of the customers. The job of an import export consultant is to help the businesses minimize time in setting up distribution channels find retailers, building advertising campaign and so on and so forth.

Help with law: The international laws vary widely and so are the laws between the countries. Businesses trying to establish themselves on foreign lands therefore are required to be aware of the trade laws, including custom laws, of the country. Further, they may also need to deal with the foreign banks. Import export consultants can help businesses dealing with such legalities.

We at Sahyog Group, are leading Export Import Consultants based in New Delhi, India. We are a team of professionals who work very closely with our Indian customers to setup their businesses overseas or foreign customers to setup their businesses in India.



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Customer Educations:

a) Banks should bring out a handbook containing the salient features of the simplified procedures for sanction of export credit in foreign currency at internationally competitive rates as well as in rupees for the benefit of their exporter-clients.

b) To facilitate interaction between banks and exporters, banks should periodically organize exporters' meet at centres with concentration of exporters.

Monitoring Implementation of Guidelines:

(i) Banks should ensure that exporters' credit requirements are met in full and promptly at competitive rates. The above referred guidelines must be implemented, both in letter and spirit, so as to bring about a perceptible improvement in credit delivery and related banking services to export sector. Banks should also
address the deficiencies, if any, in the mechanism of deployment of staff in their organisations to eliminate the bottlenecks in the flow of credit to the export sector.

(ii) Banks should set up an internal team to vist branches periodically, say, once in two months to gauge the extent of implementation of the guidelines.


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Publicity & Training:

a) Generally, export credit at internationally competitive rates is made available in foreign currency at select branches of banks.In order to make the scheme more popular and considering the competitive interest rate on foreign currency loans and to mitigate any possible exchange risk, exporters need to be encouraged to make maximum use of export credit in foreign currency. Banks located in areas with concentration of exporters should located in areas with concentration of exporters should, therefore, give wide publicity to this important facility and make it easily accessible to all exporters including small exporters and ensure that more number of branches are designated for making available export credit in foreign currency.

b) Banks may also arrange to publicise widely the facility of prescribed interest rates being available for deemed exports and ensure that operating staff are adequately sensitized in this regard.

c) Officers at operating level should be provided with adequate training. In the matter of transfer of officials from critical branches dealing in export credit, banks should ensure that the new incumbents posted possess adequate knowledge/exposure in the areas of forex as well as export credit to avoid delays in processing /sanctioning of export credit limits and thereby subjecting exporters to the risk of cancellation of export orders.


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Fast track clearance of export Credit:

a) At specialized breaches and branches having sizeable export business, a facilitation mechanism for assisting exporter-customers should be put in place for quick initial scrutiny of credit application and for discussions for seeking additional information or clarifications.

b) Banks should streamline their internal systems and procedures to comply with the stipulated time limits for disposal of export credit proposals and also endeavour to dispose of export credit proposals ahead of the prescribed time schedule. A flow chart indicating chronological movement of credit application from the date of receipt till the date of sanctions should also accompany credit proposals.

c) Banks should delegate higher sanctioning powers to their branches for export credit.

d) Banks should consider reducing atleast some of the intervening layers in the sanctioning process. It would be desirable to ensure  that the total number of layers involved in decision making in regard to export finance does not exceed three.

e) Banks should introduce a system of "Joint Appeal" by officials at branches and administrative offices, to facilitate quicker processing of export credit proposals.

f) Where feasible, banks should set up a "Credit Committee" at specialized branches and at administrative offices, for sanctioning working capital facilities to exporters. The "Credit Committee" should have sufficiently higher sanctioning powers.


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Handling of Export Documents:

Banks are required to obtain, among others, original sale contract/confirmed order / proforma invoice countersigned by overseas buyer / indent from authorized agent of overseas buyer for handling the export documents as per exchange control regulations. Submission of such documents need not be insisted upon at the time of handling the export documents, since the goods have already been valued and cleared by the custom authorities, except in the case of transactions with letters of credit (L/C) where the terms of L/C require submission of the sale contract / other alternative documents.


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Customs Clearance Services Delhi Mumbai Kolkata Chennai India


The headaches of clients is customs clearance of their shipments. Custom clearance need not only time and patience, but a great deal of professionalism and well organized network. Since we know all the process the way and the need of having organized network, our company does custom clearance of our clients' cases in the very best way.

This is one of the services that make our company unique and special, doing what others might not be able to do. We bear the burden and headache of our clients' in performing customs clearance by taking the burden by our selves.

As customs clearing agent Sahyog Group facilitates the movement of goods through customs by ensuring that the correct documentation is completed & also offers significant expertise in exporting to various countries adding value that goes beyond the document preparation and related activities.

To guarantee hassle free shipment, we get the documents finalized/legalized and submit the same to the concerned authorities. Our well trained staff along with new sophisticated and updated technology ensures that all documentation is prepared quickly and correctly. All the shipping documents are delivered at your office at the deliverance of the shipment. We keep the client informed about the movement of their cargo till it reaches the destination. We ensure that each shipment is delivered with the complete documentation, prior to close-out of the schedule flight / vessel.


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"On Line" credit to exporters:

(a) Banks provide "Line of Credit" normally for one year which  is revieved annually. In case of delya in renewal, the  sanctioned limits should be allowed to continue uninterrupted  and urgent requirements of exporters should be met on ad hoc  basis.

(b) In case of established exporters having satisfactory track  record, banks should consider sanctioning a "Line of Credit" for  a longer period, say, 3 years, with built-in flexibility to  step-up/step down quantum of limits withing overall outer limits  assessed. The step-up limits will become operative on attainment  of pre-determined performance parameters by the exporters. Banks  should obtain security documents covering the outer limit  sanctioned to the exporter for such longer period.

(c) In case of seasonal commodities, agro based products etc.  banks should sanction Peak/Non-Peak credit facilities to  exporters.

(d) Bankd should permit interchangeability of pre-shipment and  post-shipment credit limits.

(e) Term loan requirements for expansion of capacity,  modernization of machinery and upgradation of technology should  also be met by banks at their normal rate of interest.

(f) Assessment of export credit limits should be "need based"  and not directly liked to availability of collateral security.  As long as the requirement of credit limit is justified on the  basis of the exporter's performance and track record, the credit  should not be denied merely on the grounds of non-availability  of collateral security.

About Us:
At Sahyog Group, We pride ourselves in being a one stop shop service provider for a complete range of services.

These include the following:

  • Setting up of a most suitable type of business organization
  • Securing registration with the Regional Licensing Authority (IEC No.), Export Promotion Councils, Sales  Tax Authorities etc.
  • Understanding of new Foreign Trade Policy & procedures
  • Obtaining credit limit for the buyer/buyer's country from ECGC.
  • Preparing / Obtaining Export documents
  • Shipping & customs clearance of the goods and Indian customs EDI system.
  • Obtaining export incentives under the Duty Drawback Scheme, marketing development Assistance , Focus  
  • marketing scheme, Focus products scheme, license etc.




For more details, please contact Sahyog Group at:
Mobile: +91-9811157957
Phone: +91-11-22015854 / 55 / 56

Skype: sahyoggroup
E-mail: raj@sahyogfreight.com

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Simplification of procedure for delivery of export credit:

With a view to ensuring timely delivery of credit to exporters  and removing procedural hassles, the RBI has issued guidelines  to the commercial banks. These guidelines are applicable to  Rupee export credit as well as export credit in Foreign  currency.

(i) Simplification of procedure for delivery of export credit:

(a) Banks should simplify the application form and reduce data  requirements from exporters for assessment of their credit  needs, so that exporters do not have to seek outside  professional help to fill in the application form or to furnish  data required by the banks.

(b) Banks should adopt any of the methods, viz. projected  balance sheet method, turnover method or cash budget method, for  customers, whichever is most suitable and appropriate to their  business operations.

(c) In the case of consotium finance, once the consortium has  approved the assessment, member banks should start  simultaneously initiate their respective sanction process.


About Us:

At Sahyog Group, We pride ourselves in being a one stop shop service provider for a complete range of services.

These include the following:

  • Setting up of a most suitable type of business organization
  • Securing registration with the Regional Licensing Authority (IEC No.), Export Promotion Councils, Sales  Tax Authorities etc.
  • Understanding of new Foreign Trade Policy & procedures
  • Obtaining credit limit for the buyer/buyer's country from ECGC.
  • Preparing / Obtaining Export documents
  • Shipping & customs clearance of the goods and Indian customs EDI system.
  • Obtaining export incentives under the Duty Drawback Scheme, marketing development Assistance , Focus  
  • marketing scheme, Focus products scheme, license etc.


For more details, please contact Sahyog Group at:
Mobile: +91-9811157957
Phone: +91-11-22015854 / 55 / 56

Skype: sahyoggroup
E-mail: raj@sahyogfreight.com

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Simplification of procedure for delivery of export credit:

With a view to ensuring timely delivery of credit to exporters  and removing procedural hassles, the RBI has issued guidelines  to the commercial banks. These guidelines are applicable to  Rupee export credit as well as export credit in Foreign  currency.

(i) Simplification of procedure for delivery of export credit:

(a) Banks should simplify the application form and reduce data  requirements from exporters for assessment of their credit  needs, so that exporters do not have to seek outside  professional help to fill in the application form or to furnish  data required by the banks.

(b) Banks should adopt any of the methods, viz. projected  balance sheet method, turnover method or cash budget method, for  customers, whichever is most suitable and appropriate to their  business operations.

(c) In the case of consotium finance, once the consortium has  approved the assessment, member banks should start  simultaneously initiate their respective sanction process.


About Us:
At Sahyog Group, We pride ourselves in being a one stop shop service provider for a complete range of services.

These include the following:

  • Setting up of a most suitable type of business organization
  • Securing registration with the Regional Licensing Authority (IEC No.), Export Promotion Councils, Sales  Tax Authorities etc.
  • Understanding of new Foreign Trade Policy & procedures
  • Obtaining credit limit for the buyer/buyer's country from ECGC.
  • Preparing / Obtaining Export documents
  • Shipping & customs clearance of the goods and Indian customs EDI system.
  • Obtaining export incentives under the Duty Drawback Scheme, marketing development Assistance , Focus  
  • marketing scheme, Focus products scheme, license etc.


For more details, please contact Sahyog Group at:
Mobile: +91-9811157957
Phone: +91-11-22015854 / 55 / 56

Skype: sahyoggroup
E-mail: raj@sahyogfreight.com