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Any Weight Limit


Q.  Is there any limit of weight and size of the package that can be sent through the courier?

A. Packages upto 70 Kgs. of weight can be imported to India through courier mode. However, there is no such weight limit for export of goods through courier from India.

Q.  Why there is a restriction on goods to be exported with claim for Draw Back or any duty entitlement pass-book scheme of Export Promotion Capital Goods Scheme?

A. Under these schemes additional paper work is involved and, therefore, it delays clearance of this packet and in addition clearance of other packages is also delayed. However, these consignments can be cleared through the air-cargo complex by the same courier company. Invariably the air cargo complex and the courier terminal are situated side by side and, therefore, there is no inconvenience to the exporters.