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Export import procedures

Name: Pratik Patil


Class: SyBms A
Roll no: 3243
EXPORT IMPORT
Ruchi Soya Industries Ltd.,
614, Tulsiani Chambers,
Nariman Point,
Mumbai, INDIA - 400021
Tel: +91 22 6656 0600
Fax: +91 22 2283 7525
website: www.ruchisoya.com

Head Office :

301, Mahakosh House, 7/5 South Tukoganj,


Nath Mandir Road, Indore 452 001,
Tel : (0731) 2513281-82-83
Tix : 0735-203
Fax : (0731) 4065019 / 2527250

Branches : Delhi, Ghaziabad and Kolkata


Profile

Ruchi Soya Industries Limited is the Flagship Company of


Ruchi Group, a pioneer soya processor group, which started
operating back in 1972-73 and is the first exporter of Soyabean
Meal from India. Over the years, Ruchi has become one of the
largest crushers of soyabean in India and presently has installed
crushing capacity of about 4.1 million tons annually in 12
plants. Being a leading crusher, Ruchi with its annual export of
about 6 lacs tons has also become one of the largest exporters of
Indian Soyabean Meal accounting for nearly 25% of the total
soyabean meal from India. Soyabean meal (de-oiled extractions
/ Soyabean meal is considered as one of the most valuable raw
material for preparing poultry / aqua / animal feed in the world
market as it contains a very high percentage of protein. Ruchi
produces different grades of soyabean meal viz. de-hulled, high
pro and normal FAQ varieties.

Ruchi has been able to create a strong niche in the


international market for its soyabean meal which is in high
demand particularly by the quality feed producers in South East
Asia, Far East and Middle East markets.

Besides, Ruchi is also able to export high end value added


products like edible de-fatted soya flour, full fatted edible flour,
soya lecithin, soya granules, soya flakes and soya chunks etc.
All the products produced by Ruchi enjoy ready accessibility in
the export market namely, Japan, Vietnam, Indonesia,
Thailand, Philippines, South Korea, Taiwan, Middle East
countries apart from Indian Sub continent countries namely
Bangladesh, Pakistan, Nepal, Sri Lanka etc.

Person being contacted: Hemant Khandewal ,general manager


Company profile: Manufacture exporter

OUR EXPORT PRODUCTS

• TVP Soya Granules


• TVP Soya Chunks
• Defatted Soya Flour - Untoasted (Enzyme Active)
• Defatted Soya Flour - Toasted (Enzyme Inactive)
• Soya Lecithin (Liquid) - Food Grade
• Soya Lecithin Liquid (Industrial Grade)
• Soyabean Meal
• Soyabean Grits
• Rapeseed Meal

Ruchi's wide range of food products include healthy


cooking oils, nutritional soya foods, top grade vanaspati and
bakery fats. Ruchi is the
undisputed market leader in
the edible oils, as well as soya
foods categories. The edible oil
range includes many top
brands like Mahakosh
Soyabean oil, Ruchi Gold
Palmolein and Sunrich
sunflower oil. Nutrela is the
largest selling soya foods brand in the country, with more than
50% market share. Nutrigold and Ruchi No. 1 vanaspati are
regional leaders in their respective categories.

We export to :

• Vietnam, Japan, Indonesia, Malaysia, South Korea


• Europe
• Middle East

Ruchi Soya has won prestigious awards from SOPA for


the 'Highest Manufacturer Exporter' and by GLOBOIL for
Highest Exporter of Oil meals for many years
Status of the company:

The extensive distribution network, built over the years,


is a major strength for Ruchi Soya Industries Limited.
Catering nationally through over 6.25 Lac retail stores,
with 96 Company depots, over 3200 distributors and a
sales staff of over 200, Ruchi has attempted to penetrate
depth wise, along with opening new markets. With its
emphasis on providing value goods to consumers, dual
strategy of Ruchi on popular and premium range works
well. ‘Ruchi Gold’ and ‘Sunrich’ are our value for money
offering but with no compromise in quality. This
positioning helps generate large sales volumes for the
products. Our Nutrela series is more premium, and
offers healthy options in soya foods and edible oils. This
dual strategy is based on our cultivated understanding of
the Indian consumer psyche.
With undivided focus on new channels of
distribution, we have a firm footing in modern retail and
prestigious hotel chains. With our alliances with players
like Pantaloon and visible presence in all leading
national and regional supermarkets, we hope to grow our
consumer base and product portfolio.

Grade of export house: Ruchi is one of the largest exporter


of oil meals since 1996- 97 and has been recognised as Govt
recognised Export house. Indore plant at the factory, which
exports major chunk of the total exports of the company, has
been certified for compliance of following international
standards :-

• ISO 14001 : 1996 - For Environmental Management System.


• ISO 9001 : 2000 - For Quality Management System
• CCVD-HACCP : September 2002 (Rev.3) - For Food Safety
Management System.
Companies Objectives of international marketing:
➢ Enhance our domestic competitiveness
➢ Increase sales and profits
➢ Gain your global market share
➢ Reduce dependence on existing markets
➢ Exploit international trade technology
➢ Extend sales potential of existing products
➢ Stabilize seasonal market fluctuations
➢ Enhance potential for expansion of your business
➢ Sell excess production capacity
➢ Maintain cost competitiveness in your domestic market

Orientation (EPRG): geocentric as we view the world as a


potential market
Procedures followed by your company for import/export:

1) REGISTRATION AS A BUSINESS ENTITY:- A new export


unit can be started by registering as proprietorship, partnership
or limited liability company.
2) IEC NUMBER - Any company wish to export/import need to
obtain a Import Export code(IEC) number. IEC is issued by
Regional licensing authority of DGFT. For communication with
any office in regard to for export and import needs IEC number.

3) RCMC means the certificate of registration and membership


granted by an Export Promotion Council/ Commodity Board/
Development Authority or other competent authority as
prescribed by Foreign Trade Policy to an exporting unit.
Any person, applying for a licence/
authorisation/certificate/permission to import/ export or any
other benefit or concession under Foreign Trade Policy is
required to furnish (RCMC). It is also required for executing a
bond before Central Excise authorities, which exempts
exporters to furnish bank guarantees.

Export Promotion Councils have been set up by various


ministries of the Central Government to promote and develop
the exports of particular group of products, projects and
services. For certain group of products, which are sensitive
from the viewpoint of national consumption, there are
commodity boards instead. Thus while we have export
promotion councils for apparel, leather, software, chemicals,
engineering goods etc., India has commodity boards for tea,
coffee, jute etc.

4) REGISTRATION WITH SALES TAX OFFICE :-Exported


goods from India are exempt from central & state sales tax.
However, for getting exemption of such taxes or claming their
refund, wherever permissible under Foreign Trade Policy, the
exporting unit should be registered with sales tax authorities.

5) REGISTRATION WITH EXCISE DEPT.:-If an exporting unit


is engaged in manufacturing of products, it needs registration
with excise department & formalities remain the same as for
any domestic unit. This registration is required for claiming
refund of excise duties under various schemes of the
government.
Government policies: The policies announced by the
Government have been progressive and are expected to remain
likewise in future, and have generally taken an equitable view
towards various stake holders, including domestic farmers,
industry, consumers etc

Difficulties faced in doing international trade:

Price Volatility
The Company is exposed to price fluctuation in its business.
All major raw materials as well as finished goods being agro-
based are subject to market price variations. Prices of these
commodities continue to be linked to both domestic and
international prices, which in turn are dependent on various
Macro / Micro factors.
Prices of the finished products manufactured by your
company fluctuate widely due to a host of local and
international factors. Your Company continues to place a strong
emphasis on risk management and has successfully introduced
and adopted various measures for hedging the price
fluctuations in order to minimise its impact on profitability. Also,
the Company has initiated setting-up of a government
framework to upgrade itself to a robust risk management
system.
.
Freight & Port Infrastructure
As substantial part of the international operations of our
Company are within the Asian region, and given the following
import and export activities of the Company, the element of
freight is not likely to cause any adverse effect on the
operational performance. The Company has a pro-active
information and management system to address the issues
arising out of port congestion to the maximum extent possible
and has also made sufficient arrangements for storage
infrastructure at the ports.

Weather Conditions & Monsoon


The Company has processing facilities at major ports and
several inland locations and therefore, the business model of
the Company is designed to carry-on a majority of its
production operations in situations of extreme changes in
weather conditions.

Volatility in Foreign Currencies


The Company is exposed to risks arising out of volatility in
foreign currencies; the exposure on this account extends to:
a. Products imported for sale in domestic markets,
b. Products exported to other territories and
c. Foreign currency loans
The Company utilises the hedging instruments available in the
markets on an ongoing basis and manages the currency
exposures proactively

Trade barriers:none
Types of insurance: Marine insurance,Credit insurance

Set of forms being used : < a copy of invoice bill or


purchase order letter or letter of credit> Airway Bill, Bill of
Lading, Commercial Invoice