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Trade Notice for MSME Registration details to be Shared by our Vendor's.....On URGENT Basis.

27th May, 2019

Dear Sir/Madam,
As you may be aware that the Government of India has enacted the Micro, Small and Medium Enterprises Development Act, 2006. We hereby request our VENDOR’s to you confirm whether your organization is registered under the Micro, Small and Medium Enterprises Development Act, 2006. If your organization is registered under the Act, please send a copy of Entrepreneurs Memorandum (EM) certificate to us and fill up the Declaration enclosed herewith.
Kindly note that if we will not receive the Declaration on or before 28th May, 2019 from your side it will be assumed that your organization is not registered under the Act.
Kindly also intimate us if you do not have the MSME, to enable us to update our records.
Please revert at the earliest.
Team VDSPL


ICEGATE system not working at all Stations

1st March, 2019
3rd day erratic working of ice gate

Dear All,
Members are requested to note that ICEGATE system is not working at All Stations since today afternoon. All import export activities have been affected due to non-generation of BE and SB.
Message has also been sent to the Directorate General of System, Delhi to look into the matter.
The Association will keep its members updated about the situation.
Team VDSPL


ICEGATE system not working at all Stations

27th February 2019

Dear All,
Members are requested to note that ICEGATE system is not working at All Stations since today morning. All import export activities have been affected.
Message has also been sent to the Directorate General of System, Delhi to look into the matter.
The Association will keep its members updated about the situation.
Team VDSPL


Trade Notice to Supplier’s / Vendor’s with regards to their MSME Registration

11th February, 2019

Dear All,
Kindly note, All Private Limited Company has to file the Half Yearly Return with ROC in form “MSME-I”, who are accepting supply of goods or services from Supplier / Vendor registered under the MSME Act 2006.
The Supplier / Vendor who are registered under MSME have to share their respective MSME Registration Certificate details to VDSPL @ accounts@veljidosabhai.com
Further, if any Supplier / Vendor do not have the MSME Registration are also required to share the details @ accounts@veljidosabhai.com as “NO MSME REGISTRATION”.
Please note that the last date of filing such form with the ROC is 20th February, 2019 & therefore we request to share your MSME Registration details on or before 15/02/2019.
A Prompt reply from Supplier / Vendor in this regards will be highly appreciable.
Team VDSPL


Customer Advisory : VESSEL INCIDENT - APL Vancouver - Fire on Board

6th February, 2019

Trade Notice Received From MAERSK LINE - VESSEL INCIDENT - APL Vancouver - Fire on Board.


REVISED Notice : Customs Working on 29th, 30th and 31st March

29th March, 2018

Dear Valued Client,
Please check below revised notice regarding Customs is working on 29th, 30th and 31st March, 2018.

Team VDSPL

Accident at Port Hazira, Gujarat, India

11th July 2016


Accident at Port Hazira, Gujarat, India

11th July 2016

Shreyas vessel "SSL BHARAT" ( PIX 2 SVC) calling mundra / cochin / tuti / chennai / kattupalli / krishnapatnam / vizag / chennai / tuti / jebel ali / (Msk Mty contrs.)


Blast in Tianjin, China

14th August 2015

Last night, there was a big explosion that took place in one hazardous cargo warehouse, located in the Tianjin port area. Reportedly there are hundreds of casualties, many in a bad condition. As of now Tianjin port is sealed and guarded by force. All Tianjin shipments lying in CFS are on hold, and all equipment is not allow to gate in or out. Estimatedly, Tianjin port will be back in operation within a day or two. We will inform you of the same, shortly as also for our current shipments.


The Port of Lamu

09th January 2015

A lot has been said about the port of Lamu but just how much do we know? Well here are some facts about the port. It will form the country's second largest transport and economic corridor. The port will impact greatly on the country's economy to an estimated 3% to the GDP by 2020. Not only will this change Kenya and Lamu but also transform the economies of regional economies through increased trade, integration and inter-connectivity spanning growth. The port will also be an important transhipment hub. It is expected to handle crude oil and oil products from South Sudan, Uganda and the newly discovered oil from Kenya. The oil alone will be able to impact on the lives of 166 million people in Kenya, Ethopia and South Sudan. The port is expected to consist of 30 berths when complete,will cost US$3.5 billion and be 1000 acres in size. The port of Lamu has a natural depth of 18 metres depth and be able to receive some of the largest ships in the world.