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    ENGINEERING EXPORT INFO-BULLETIN | VOL. 22 | ISSUE NO. 18 | AUGUST 24, 2020

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    Contents

    From Chairman’s Pen

    OVERSEAS SECTION

    Global Business Opportunities

    DOMESTIC SECTION

    For information about
    EEPC INDIA visit :
    www.eepcindia.org

    Highlights

    Govt. Notifications/ Circulars

    • Notification No. 80/2020 - Customs (N.T.) - Exchange Rates Notification No.80/2020-Custom (NT) dated 20.08.2020.
    • Notification No. 81/2020 - Customs (N.T.) - Customs (Administration of Rules of Origin under Trade Agreements) Rules, 2020.
    • Circular No. 37/2020-Customs - Extension of Deferred payment of Customs duty benefits to Authorised Public Undertakings - reg.
    • Circular No. 38/2020-Customs - Guidelines regarding implementation of section 28DA of the Customs Act, 1962 and CAROTAR, 2020 in respect of Rules of Origin under Trade Agreements (FTA/PTA/CECA/CEPA) and verification of Certificates of Origin.
    • Notification No. 62/2020 – Central Tax - Seeks to make Tenth amendment (2020) to CGST Rules.
    • FIDD.MSME & NFS.BC.No.4/06.02.31/2020-21 - New Definition of Micro, Small and Medium Enterprises – clarifications.
    chairman

    My dear fellow exporters, 

    It is well known to every one of us that post COVID-19 pandemic exporters are facing regular problems like raw material shortages-essentially steel, the non-availability of work force, unviable fixed costs and disruptions in the logistics. These coupled with the uncertainty in continuation of MEIS benefits is making it more difficult to stay afloat. 

    To replace the Merchandise Exports from India Scheme (MEIS), the government had approved a new scheme named Remission of Duties and Taxes on Exported Products (RoDTEP), which would be WTO compliant. The finer details of this new scheme and the remission rates under it are yet to be notified. Now to help the exporters overcome the challenges and boost their export the government at present has modified the time period under which the data for RoDTEP was to be considered and calculated. To bring in the impact of COVID-19 on manufacturing and exports the data which is now to be considered is from October 2019 –March 2020. EEPC India urges its members to provide them the relevant data for the period concerned so that the compiled RoDTEP data can be submitted to the government by 1st September, 2020. Members are requested to visit the EEPC India website before submitting their RoDTEP data. This is expected to go a long way in making exporters price competitive.

     

    Mahesh Desai  

    Amidst India’s faltering merchandise export growth and prolonged contraction in export credit growth, exporters have at least seen some silver lining as both the domestic government and the monetary regulatory authority RBI have been in consultation to ease priority sector lending norms for exports in order to ensure higher flow of credit towards export sector, according to news source. The Commerce and Industry minister has very recently held a meeting with senior public-sector bankers to push for easier and higher flow of credit disbursalfor exporters at cheaper rates. The government is expected to announce a slew of measures to boost export growth very soon while the RBI is also likely to change credit norms in favour of the exporters.

     

    The measures to reinvigorate export credit has been the demand of the exporters as many MSME exporters have already been forced to go out of business due to excessive financial crunch and many are facing the same threat. To ensure availability of hassle-free credit to small exporters is a priority for the commerce minister.According to the latest RBI data, export credit of scheduled banks shrank as much as 36.1% year-on-year as of June 21, even on a low base of 42.7% contraction a year earlier.

     

    The interest subvention provided to the exporters to the extent of three to five percent on bank credit has to make way for suitable alternative as WTO has raised objection to this kind of schemes on the ground of non-compliance. An alternative mechanism to facilitate export credit is desperately required. EEPC India has already suggested refund of embedded taxes for the exporters.

     

    EEPC India, as a premiere trade and investment promotion body under the Ministry of Commerce and Industry, wholeheartedly thank the government for its initiative to revive exports from India.

    Overseas Information

    OVERSEAS MARKET INFORMATION

    Australia
    (Source : Consulate General of India, Sydney)

    During Jan-Jun 2020 the bilateral trade figures between the two countries were US$ 4.8 billion approx. as compared to US$ 6.9 billion approx. during the same period of last year. This is a decrease of approx. 30 percent. India’s merchandise goods export to Australia (Australian imports from India) was US$ 1.54 billion approx. which is equivalent to India’s export to Australia when compared to the same period during 2019. India’s merchandise goods import from Australia during Jan-Jun 2020 stood at approximately US$ 3.25 billion with a decrease of approx. 40 percent as compared to the same period of previous year. Indian merchandise Exports to Australia was led by ‘Refined Petroleum, followed by the usual items – Medicaments, Pearls and Precious Stones, Made-up textile articles and Jewellery comprising the top 5. 

    The total bilateral trade has decreased by approximately US$ 2.2 billion during Jan-June 2020.

    The other highlights of bilateral merchandise goods trade have been the significant increase in export of ‘Refined Petroleum’ (633%), Passenger Motor Vehicles (129%) and Rice (29%) from India to Australia and import of Silver, Platinum and other metals from the group (580%), Fresh & Frozen vegetables (329%) & Instruments and appliances, for medical, surgical, dental or veterinary purposes (51%) during Jan-June 2020 from Australia.

    In FY 2018-19 (July-June), the total bilateral trade in services between India and Australia was US$ 6.4 billion approx. (A$ 9.2 billion). During FY 2018-19 the total services export from India to Australia was around US$ 1.8 bn. The top three services export from India are 1. Personal travel (excl education-related) 2. Other Business Services 3. Telecom. computer& information services. During FY 2018-19 the total services import from Australia to India was around US$ 4.6 bn. Australia’s top three services export to India were 1) Education related travel 2) Personal travel (excl. education) and 3) business related travel.

    During the reporting period, the top 10 commodities of export from India to Australia included Refined Petroleum Oils, Medicaments, Pearls & Precious Stones, Made up Articles of textile materials, Jewellery, Rice, Manufactures of base metals, Articles of Apparel of Textile fabrics, Floor Coverings, and Organo-inorganic compounds.

    Export of ‘Coal’ from Australia to India was the main contributor for the volume of bilateral trade between the countries during the reporting period, with a value of USD 2.4 billion, amounting to 49.7% of Australia’s total exports to India.

     Ecuador
    (Source : Embassy of India – Bogota)

    Commodity (871120) - Motorcycles (including mopeds) and cycles; fitted with an auxiliarymotor, reciprocating internal combustion piston engine, of cylindercapacity exceeding 50cc but not exceeding 250cc, with or withoutside-cars; side-cars. The two-wheelers is a strong industry for theEcuadorian economy and development. For this reason, thedemand for motorcycles has increased and it means the potentialgrowth in production and trading between these countries.Therefore, the imports from India to Ecuador reinforce the progressand its quality throughout the country.

    Commodity (760110) - India is one of the top exporters of Aluminum; unwrought, (notalloyed). The product is on demand in Ecuador as it is used toproduce semi-finished and finished industrial goods, especially forhome and industrial use.

    Commodity (870899) - India’s automotive industry is one of the largest in the world. Twowheelers,three-wheelers, commercial vehicles, passenger vehicles,even electric and hybrid vehicles, exports have increased over theyears. Likewise, Vehicle parts and accessories; n.e.c. in heading no.8708 are potential products of export, given the necessity to repairthe cars sold abroad.

    Commodity (721061) - Iron or non-alloy steel; flat-rolled, width 600mm or more, plated orcoated with aluminum zinc-alloys. Iron and steel industry in Indiahave an important role inside the Indian trade, due to this countrybeing the world’s second largest producer. These products are partof many manufactures for daily use, such as automotive industryand different articles.

    Commodity (902110) - Products for rehabilitation and orthopaedics (such as Orthopaedic orfracture appliances) are part of the renovation of the health systemwhich are key to these improvements and to take care of patientswho have different kinds of mobility issues and surgeries, as it isnecessary to purchase high quality and effective products. For thisreason, there is a high demand for these products from India,considering that this country can provide implants and orthopedicinstruments thanks to its experience and developments in thissector.

    Commodity (870321) - Vehicles; with only spark-ignition internal combustion reciprocatingpiston engine, cylinder capacity not over 1000cc. India has a goodperformance in the automotive sector, therefore, countries likeEcuador rely on this type of products which have a high demand inthe Ecuadorian market.

    Venezuela
    (Source :Embassy of India, Caracas)

    Potential products of exports for India

    Pharmaceuticalproducts - Venezuelan pharmaceutical industry is severelyaffected by the lack of privateinvestment and relies heavily on the imports for drugs and pharmaceuticals. India isone of the leading manufacturers and exporters of pharmaceuticals in the world andenjoys acceptance in the Venezuelan market due to its quality and competitiveprices.

    Auto-parts - India is one of the top manufacturers of auto-parts in the world. Venezuela is in direneed of auto-parts for all kinds of vehicles.

    Oil and gas machinery and spare parts -Venezuela needs oil and gas industry machinery and spare parts to reactivate theiroil industry. The Venezuelan oil industry uses machinery and parts which are USstandards compliant, and India manufactures such items compliant with USstandards at lower rates.

    India`s Reliance loaded Venezuelan oil cargo under fuel swap deal: India’s Reliance reportedly loaded its first cargo of Venezuelan crude in the last three months, during the first week of July, in exchange for diesel under a swap deal that the parties say is permitted under the U.S. sanctions on Venezuela. Reliance reportedly gave the U.S. State Department and the Office of Foreign Assets Control (OFAC), the notice of the diesel swap and received the response that the policies that allowed the transaction were still in place. Reliance had previously said that its supplies of fuel to PDVSA in exchange for crude were permitted under sanctions.

    India June oil imports lowest in nearly 9years; none from Venezuela: According tomedia reports, India’s oil imports fell in June,hitting their lowest since October 2011, as refiners curbed purchases due tomaintenance turnarounds and weaker fueldemand. India received 3.2 million bpd oil inJune. During this period, India reportedly didnot import any oil from Venezuela for the firsttime since June 2009. Nayara has haltedimports from Venezuela while Reliance hasobtained permission from the United States to resume imports from Venezuela inexchange for diesel.

    PDVSA sent tanker to India: According tomedia reports, a crude oil tanker left thePDVSA terminal at Jose in Anzoategui withIndia as destination. The Greek flag tanker“Sounion”, departed for the Sikka port inIndia and is expected to reach by the end ofAugust 2020. Reports indicate that Sikka isclose to the Jamnagar refinery in Indiaowned by Reliance Industries.

    40 tons of oncological medicines reachedVenezuela from India: A total of 40 tons ofoncological medicines arrive at theInternational Maiquetia Airport in La Guaira,Venezuela, from Mumbai in a humanitarianflight arranged by the state-owned carrierConviasa. The President of the airlineannounced that the medicines are destinedto strengthen the public healthcare system.

    TENDER INFORMATION

    Maldives Maldives
    (EEPC Ref. No. DB-2435)
    Project               

    Maldives Clean Environment Project
    Loan No. : IDA-D1990
    Project ID No. : P160739               

    DB Ref. No.  WB-P549269-08/20 
    Issued by 

    Project Manager
    Maldives Clean Environment Project
    Ministry of Environment
    HandhuvareeHingun, Male’, Maldives
    Tel. : +960 3018441/3018451
    E-mail :  mcep@environment.gov.mv 

    Bid No.  MV-MEE-81932-GO-RFB 
    For  Procurement of 1 Backhoe Loader and 1 Wheel Loader for Vandhoo RWMF. 
    Bid Security  MVR 30,840.00 (Maldivian Rufiyaa Thirty Thousand Eight Hundred Forty only) (or Equivalent in United States Dollars).  
    Bid deadline  20.09.2020 
    Source  UN Development Business Website 
    Kuwait Kuwait
    (EEPC Ref. No. MEED-2926)
    Tender No.                   171/2019/2020                   
    Tender for  Cooling tower 
    Tender details  Maintenance and replacement of a cooling tower for a faculty of medicine buildin in Jabriya for the
    Construction & Maintenance Department. 
    Bid bond  KD 3,500 
    Cost of tender documents  KD 150 
    Closing date  20.09.2020 
    Issued by 

    Central Tenders Committee
    Kuwait University
    P. O. Box 1070
    Safat 13011, Kuwait
    Tel. : (965) 2401200
    Fax: (965) 2416574
    E-mail: info@ctc.gov.kw
    Website :www.ctc.gov.kw;
    www.capt.gov.kw 

    Kuwait Kuwait
    (EEPC Ref. No. MEED-2927)
    Tender No.              S/MQA/31/2019/2020             
    Tender for  Pick-up vehicles and jeeps 
    Tender details  Supply of 10 pick-up vehicles and six jeeps for the health service. 
    Cost of tender documents  KD 75 
    Closing date  22.09.2020 
    Issued by 

    Central Tenders Committee
    Health Ministry
    P. O. Box 1070
    Safat 13011, Kuwait
    Tel. : (965) 2401200
    Fax: (965) 2416574
    E-mail: info@ctc.gov.kw
    Website :www.ctc.gov.kw;
    www.capt.gov.kw 

    Qatar Qatar
    (EEPC Ref. No. MEED-2928)
    Tender No.             LTC 1578/2020             
    Tender for  Panel van 
    Tender details  Supply of a refrigerated and regular panel van on a purchase basis with two years’ maintenance. 
    Bid bond  QR 63,000 
    Cost of tender documents  QR 630 
    Closing date  20.09.2020 
    Issued by 

    Qatar General Electricity & Water Corporation (KAHRAMAA)
    Materials Department, Dafna
    P. O. Box 41
    Doha, Qatar
    Tel. : (974) 44845484/44845555
    E-mail : contactus@km.com.qa 

    United Arab Emirates United Arab Emirates
    (EEPC Ref. No. MEED-2929)
    Tender No.                RFX-2422000079                
    Tender for  Security equipment 
    Tender details  Supply, installation, testing and commissioning of security equipment for DCC buildings. 
    Bid bond  AED 62,000 
    Cost of tender documents  AED 1,050 
    Closing date  17.09.2020 
    Issued by 

    Dubai Electricity & Water Authority
    Office of the Contracts Manager
    Zabeel East, P. O. Box 564
    Dubai, UAE
    Tel. : (9714) 3244444
    Fax: (9714) 3248111
    E-mail: contracts@dewa.gov.ae
    Website :www.dewa.gov.ae;
    https://srm.dewa.gov.ae 

    Source  MEED.com website 

    Domestic Information

    PUBLIC NOTICE

    Dated 20 August, 2020

    Notification No. 80/2020-Customs (N.T.)



    Ministry of Finance, Department of Revenue, Central Board of Indirect Taxes and Customs, Government of India, New Delhi has issued a Notification No. 80/2020-Customs (N.T.), dated 20th August, 2020 regarding Exchange Rates Notification No.80/2020-Custom (NT) dated 20.08.2020. The above Customs Notification has already been hosted in our Website (http://www.eepcindia.org/download/200824135054.pdf) for information of our Members.
    Dated 21 August, 2020

    Notification No. 81/2020-Customs (N.T.)



    Ministry of Finance, Department of Revenue, Central Board of Indirect Taxes and Customs, Government of India, New Delhi has issued a Notification No. 81/2020-Customs (N.T.), dated 21st August, 2020 regarding Customs (Administration of Rules of Origin under Trade Agreements) Rules, 2020. The above Customs Notification has already been hosted in our Website (http://www.eepcindia.org/download/200824135154.pdf) for information of our Members.
    Dated 19 August, 2020

    Circular No. 37/2020-Customs



    Ministry of Finance, Department of Revenue, Central Board of Indirect Taxes and Customs, Government of India, New Delhi has issued a Circular No. 37/2020-Customs, dated 19th August, 2020 regarding Extension of Deferred payment of Customs duty benefits to Authorised Public Undertakings. The above Customs Circular has already been hosted in our Website (http://www.eepcindia.org/download/200824135345.pdf) for information of our Members.
    Dated 21 August, 2020

    Circular No. 38/2020-Customs



    Ministry of Finance, Department of Revenue, Central Board of Indirect Taxes and Customs, Government of India, New Delhi has issued a Circular No. 38/2020-Customs, dated 21st August, 2020 regarding Guidelines regarding implementation of section 28DA of the Customs Act, 1962 and CAROTAR, 2020 in respect of Rules of Origin under Trade Agreements (FTA/PTA/CECA/CEPA) and verification of Certificates of Origin. The above Customs Circular has already been hosted in our Website (http://www.eepcindia.org/download/200824135440.pdf) for information of our Members.
    Dated 20 August, 2020

    Notification No. 62/2020-Central Tax



    Ministry of Finance, Department of Revenue, Central Board of Indirect Taxes and Customs, Government of India, New Delhi has issued a Notification No. 62/2020-Central Tax, dated 20th August, 2020 regarding Seeks to make Tenth amendment (2020) to CGST Rules. The above Central Tax Notification has already been hosted in our Website (http://www.eepcindia.org/download/200824135540.pdf) for information of our Members.

    EXPORT FINANCE

    Dated 21 August, 2020

    RBI/2020-2021/26
    FIDD.MSME & NFS.BC.No.4/06.02.31/2020-21




    The Reserve Bank of India, Mumbai has issuedFIDD.MSME & NFS.BC.No.4/06.02.31/2020-21, dated 21stAugust, 2019regardingNew Definition of Micro, Small and Medium Enterprises – clarifications. The above Notification has already been hosted in our Website (http://www.eepcindia.org/download/200824135641.PDF) for information of our Members.

    STEEL PRICES

    Steel Market Current Report

    Mandi Gobindgarh
    Open Market Rates of Rerollables (August 22, 2020)

    (Exclusive of GST) (Trade Terms 1% Cash Discount) (Rate Rs. per Tonne)
    Ingot
    Arc/Ind. Furnace
    Round quality (21x25) 33,200
    Structural quality (28x30) 33,400
    Low carbon (12x16) -
    Semi low carbon (18x21) 33,350
    5x6 Girder quality (25x30) -
    Runners/Risers 33,000
    Bones/Clean -
    Billets & Squares  
    50x50x63x63x65x65 mm MS -
    75x75x80x80x90x90 mm MS 33,400
    100x100 mm MS2 33,500
    125x125 mm MS/ Concast -
    100x100 mm Concast-Billets 33,800
    100x100 Concast-SAIL DSP 33,800
    H.C. Billet SAIL 150x150 mm) -
    H.C. Billet-Tisco 75x75 mm) -
    Blooms  
    Above 251 mm Bloom (HC) 30,400
    Above 251 mm Bloom (MS) 30,400
    (DSP) Bloom 160x250 mm 30,400
    130/135/140 mm (Tisco) MS -
    150x150 mm Concast (DSP) 33,400
    150x150 mm MS (SAIL) 33,500
    Bloom Cut into pcs. (MS) 34,500
    Bloom Cut into pcs. (Medium) 33,700
    Bloom Cut into (Patra Pass) 33,700

    Slabs  
    Durgapur Slabs 14"x3" -
    Durgapur Slabs -
    Bokaro Slab Heavy -
    Tata Concast Slab (Heavy) -
    Skelp Tisco -
    Rails  
    Untested Rail - 75 lbs. 24,700
    Untested Rail - 90 lbs. 24,700
    Untested Rail - 105 lbs. 24,600
    Rej. Wheel (Small) 24,600
    Cut Tyre (Big) 31,500
    Cut Tyre (Small) 25,500
    Melting Scrap (F.O.R.)  
    Fresh Scrap (Rolling Mill End)  24,700
    Old Scrap (Godown) 21,100
    Turning 20,300
    Tin Tapper 22,400
    Mill Scale 17,400
    Sponge Iron 20,600
    Pig Iron (F.O.R.)  
    Foundry Grade 29,500
    Steel Grade 22,300
    C.I. Turning 15,300
    Degi Scrap 22,800
    Deg Casting 35,200
    Ingot Moulds (Old) 21,800
    Ingot Moulds (New) 34,000
    Cut Ingot Moulds 20,700
    Open Market Rates of Finished Goods (August 22, 2020)
    (Inclusive of GST)
           (Rate per Qntl.)       

    M. S. Rounds 4 mm 5 mm 6 mm 8 mm 10 mm 12 mm 16/20 mm 22/25 mm
    Mild 4310 4330 4330 4340 4320 4420 4480 4340
    Zindi Pass (Drawing) - - - 4330 4400 4400 4500 4500

                      Above rates of 6 mm rounds are of length up to 14’ Above 18’ = 4370

    Heavy Rounds 28 to 53 mm 63 to 100 mm 110 to 125 mm 140 to 150 mm 165 mm 180 mm 200 mm
    Mild    4460 4460  4480     4480 4490 4500 4380
    M. S. Squares 4 mm 5 mm 6 mm 8 mm 10 mm 12 mm 16/20 mm 22/25 mm
    Mild 4530
    4530
    4500
    4560
    4560
    4560
    4500
    4490
    M. S. Angles 20 mm 25 mm 32 mm 40 mm 50 mm 65 mm 75 mm 100 mm 110 mm 150 mm 200  mm
    3 mm 4350 4310 4360 4430 4430 4500 - - - - -
    5 mm 4200 4310 4430 4430 4500 4530
    4430 - - -
    6 mm 4330 4390 4430 4430 4500 4530 4520 - - -
    8 mm - - 4430 4500 4500 4520 4520 - - -
    10 mm - - 4430 4500 4500 4520 4580 4520 - -
    12 mm - - 4430 4500 4180 4500 4510 - 4600

    -

    16 mm - - 4430 4500 4510 4500 4580 - - -
    M. S. Flats 20 mm 25 mm 32 mm 40 mm 50 mm 65 mm 75 mm 100 mm
    3 mm 4290 4280 4290 4320 4420 4380 - -
    5 mm 4290 4280 4290 4290 4520 4580 4520 4520
    6 mm 4320 4350 4290 4290 4440 4570 4520 4520
    8 mm 4170 4290 4390 4530 4500 4520
    10 mm - - 4160 4290 4390 4520 4500 4500
    12/25 mm - - 4160 4290 4390 4520 4500 4500
    18/19 Gauge 4120 4200 4370 4290
    4390 4500 4500 4500

    [Prices at other stockyards may vary]                                          Source : Steel Town (Weekly), August 22, 2020]

    EEPC INDIA OFFICE BEARERS

    CHAIRMAN SR. VICE CHAIRMAN  VICE CHAIRMAN

    Mahesh Desai
    Tel.: 91-40-27617098/5131 (O)
    91-40-27765793 (R)
    Fax : 91-40-27614376
    E-mail : desai.mahesh64@gmail.com
                  

     

     

     

     

    Arun Kumar Garodia
    Tel.: 91-33-40052700
    Fax : 91-33-40052800
    E-mail : corona@coronaind.com
                  arun@coronaind.com

     

     

    REGIONAL CHAIRMEN / CHAIRPERSON

    EASTERN REGION

    B. D. Agarwal
    Tel. : 91-33-22487249
    Fax : 91-33-22481879
    E-mail : bdacec@gmail.com

    NORTHERN REGION
    Kamna Raj Aggarwalla
    Tel.: 91-181-2642001/02/03/04
    Fax : 91-181-2642005
    E-mail :         kamna.aggarwalla@gmail.com                          
    SOUTHERN REGION

    K. S. Mani 
    Tel. : (91 491) 253-5669/9870
    E-mail : atlasmachinetools1978@gmail.com

    WESTERN REGION

    Krishanlal Dhingra
    Telefax : 91-22-2651-0038/2655-6955
    E-mail : kldhingra@gmail.com

    EEPC INDIA OFFICES

    H.O. (Cell) REGISTERED & HEAD OFFICE

    Suranjan Gupta 
    Executive Director
    EEPC INDIA
    Vandhna (4th Floor)
    11 Tolstoy Marg 
    New Delhi 110 001
    Tel.: 91-11-23353353, 23711124/25
    Fax : 91-11-23310920
    E-mail : eepcto@eepcindia.net
    URL : www.eepcindia.org

    Adhip Mitra
    Addl. Executive Director & Secretary
    EEPC INDIA
    Vanijya Bhavan (1st Floor)
    International Trade Facilitation Centre
    1/1 Wood Street, Kolkata 700 016
    Tel.: 91-33-22890651/52/53
    Fax : 91-33-22890654
    E-mail : eepcho@eepcindia.net
    URL : www.eepcindia.org

    REGIONAL OFFICES

    EASTERN REGION
    Anima Pandey
    Regional Director & Director (Membership)
    EEPC INDIA
    Vanijya Bhavan (2nd Floor)
    International Trade Facilitation Centre
    1/1, Wood Street
    Kolkata 700 016
    Tel.: 91-33-22890673/74
    Fax : 91-33-22890687
    E-mail : eepcrokol@eepcindia.net
    NORTHERN REGION
    Rakesh Suraj
    Regional Director
    EEPC INDIA
    Flat No.10
    P, Q, N, 10th Floor
    DCM Building
    16 Barakhamba Road
    New Delhi - 110 001
    Tel.: 91-11-23314171/74
    Fax : 91-11-23317795
    E-mail : eepcrodel@eepcindia.net
    SOUTHERN REGION
    C. H. Nadiger
    Regional Director
    EEPC INDIA
    Greams Dugar (3rd Floor)
    149 Greams Road
    Chennai 600 006
    Tel.: 91-44-28295501, 28295502
    Fax : 91-44-28290495
    E-mail : eepcrochen@eepcindia.net
    WESTERN REGION
    Rajat Srivastava
    Regional Director & Director (Marketing & Sales)
    EEPC INDIA
    B-202 & 220, Aurus Chambers
    Annex "B", 2nd Floor Behind Mahindra Tower
    S.S. Amrutwar Marg
    Worli, Mumbai 400 013
    Tel.: 91-22-4212 5555
    Fax : 91-22-2495 5486
    E-mail : eepcromum@eepcindia.net

    SUB-REGIONAL OFFICE

    AHMEDABAD
    Sudhakaran C. K. Nair
    Deputy Director
    EEPC INDIA
    TF-313/A(3rd Floor)
    ATMA House, Ashram Road
    Ahmedabad 380 009
    Tel.: 91-79-26588720
    E-mail : eepcsroahd@eepcindia.net
    BANGALORE
    J. V. Raja Gopal Rao
    Sr. Deputy Director
    EEPC INDIA
    Embassy Square, 103, First Floor
    No.148, Infantry Road
    Bengaluru - 560 001
    Tel.: 91-80-22261396/22268669
    Fax : 91-80-22266914
    E-mail : eepcsroblr@eepcindia.net
    HYDERABAD
    V. C. Ravish
    Sr. Executive Officer
    EEPC INDIA
    `Soham Mansion` (1st Floor)
    No. 5-4-187/3 & 4/4, M.G Road
    Secunderabad 500 003
    Tel.: 91-40-27536704
    Fax : 91-40-27536705
    E-mail : eepcsrohyd@eepcindia.net
    JALANDHAR
    Pranab Kumar Singh
    Assistant Director

    EEPC INDIA
    Plot Comm. 1, Focal Point
    Jalandhar 144 012
    Tel.: 91-181-2602264
    Fax : 91-181-2601124
    E-mail : eepcsrojld@eepcindia.net

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