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  • Inauguration of Baddi (Himachal Pradesh) Chapter and Export Awareness Session held on 10th August in Baddi. Lamp Lighting by Mr. Prashant Desta, SDM (Sub-Divisional Magistrate), Solan, Himachal Pradesh (HP); Mr. Ravi Sehgal, Chairman, EEPC India, Ms. Kamna Raj Aggarwalla, Regional Chairperson (NR), EEPC India; Mr. Arun Shukla, EEPC India Baddi Chapter Convener (third from right 2nd row); Dr. Rachana Singh, Deputy Convener of Baddi Chapter, EEPC India (far right); Mr. Suranjan Gupta, Executive Director, EEPC India (far left – 2nd row) and Mr. G.P. Malhotra, Sr. Assistant Director, EEPC India (2nd from left – 2nd row)
  • Inauguration of Baddi (Himachal Pradesh) Chapter and Export Awareness Session held on 10th August in Baddi. Deputy Convener of Baddi Chapter, EEPC India, Dr. Rachana Singh at the podium and on the dais from left – Mr. Rakesh Suraj, Regional Director (NR), EEPC India; Mr. Ravi Sehgal, Chairman, EEPC India; Mr. Prashant Desta, SDM (Sub-Divisional Magistrate), Solan,Himachal Pradesh (HP); Ms. Kamna Raj Aggarwalla, Regional Chairperson (NR), EEPC India; Mr. Arun Shukla, EEPC India Baddi Chapter Convener and Mr. Suranjan Gupta, Executive Director, EEPC India
  • Mr. Ravi Sehgal, Chairman, EEPC India presenting Baddi Chapter Certificate to Mr. Arun Shukla, EEPC India Baddi Chapter Convener and Dr. Rachana Singh Deputy Convener of Baddi Chapter, EEPC India at the Inauguration of Baddi (Himachal Pradesh) Chapter and Export Awareness Session held on 10th August in Baddi. Mr. Prashant Desta, SDM (Sub-Divisional Magistrate), Solan, Himachal Pradesh (HP) (far left), Ms. Kamna Raj Aggarwalla, Regional Chairperson (NR), EEPC India and Mr. Suranjan Gupta, Executive Director, EEPC India (2nd from right and far right respectively)
  • At the Export Awareness Session – where Mr. Ajay Verma, Regional Head, Small Enterprises Banking, Yes Bank is at the podium and on the dais from left : Mr. N K Gupta, Director & Head, CIPET, Baddi; Mr. Mandeep Singh, Cluster Head, Trade, Yes Bank; Mr. F. S Dhiman, Advocate & Chief Counsel (Ferry Dhiman & Co) Law Firm; Mr. Rakesh Suraj, Regional Director (NR), EEPC India and Mr. G.P. Malhotra, Sr. Assistant Director, EEPC India
  • Mr. Ravi Sehgal, Chairman & Panel Convener (P 21), EEPC India giving welcome address at Joint Meeting of Panel 20 & 21 held on 7th August, 2019 in Kolkata. On his right Mr. G K Madhogaria, Dy. Regional Chairman & Panel Convener (P 20), EEPC India and on his left Mr. B D Agarwal, Regional Chairman (ER), EEPC India; Mrs. Anima Pandey, Regional Director (ER) & Director (Membership), EEPC India (extreme right) are seen on the dais

ENGINEERING EXPORT INFO-BULLETIN | VOL. 21 | ISSUE NO. 34 | AUGUST 26, 2019

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Contents

From Chairman’s Pen

OVERSEAS SECTION

Global Business Opportunities

DOMESTIC SECTION

For information about
EEPC INDIA visit :
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Highlights

Govt. Notifications/ Circulars

  • Circular No. 25/2019-Customs - IGST refunds- mechanism to verify the IGST payments for goods exported out of India in certain cases.
  • Circular No. 26/2019-Customs - IGST Export refunds - extension in SB005 alternate mechanism and revised processing in certain cases including disbursal of Compensation Cess.
chairman

My dear fellow exporters,

The month of July 2019 saw India’s merchandise exports came back to growth path from a sizeable decline in June 2019. However, engineering exports underperformed merchandise exports by conceding year-on-year decline in shipments during the said months. This was the second in a row and third month in the ongoing fiscal when engineering exports recorded negative growth on a year-on-year basis. Adversities in global foreign trade continued to take its toll as was already apprehended. The fall was led mainly by decline in exports from metal sector while industrial machinery, one of our major exported product group, was largely unaffected. 

Rising trade tension among the richest economies and increased economic uncertainties in the developed as well as emerging regions are likely to keep global trade subdued in 2019. Both WTO and IMF revised their respective forecasts of global trade growth from predictions made earlier. External headwinds like continuation of US-China tariff war, protectionist measures from advanced economies to support domestic industries and growing geopolitical disputes in the Middle East have been impacting the globaltrade adversely.

Indian exporting community however face additional hardships in the form of withdrawal of GSP benefit by US, imposition of safeguard measures by EU and rising imports from South-east Asia. On the domestic front, high steel price, elevated ocean freight rate, rise in the prices of manufacturing inputs, problem in IGST refund and limited availability of credit especially for MSMEs have been restricting shipments for quite a few months.

 

Ravi Sehgal 

Overseas Information

OVERSEAS MARKET INFORMATION

Canada
(Source : High Commission of India, Ottawa)

Products with Export Potential for India

(HS Code-85) Electrical or Electronic Machinery and Equipment :

These are 4 top products which Canada imports from other countries and India can seize the opportunity. The total market size of electrical machinery in India is anticipated to reach US$ 100 billion by 2022 from US$ 24 billion in 2013. The electrical machinery sector consists of generation, transmission and distribution machinery. In order to become a global force, Indian machinery sector needs to understand these changes and evolve to serve the user industries with the next generation products through integration of equipment with information technology like autonomous haulage or unmanned vehicles equipped with GPS, CCTV cameras, inertial guidance systems, and leverage dispatch route planning and guidance software for functioning.

Details of significant trends : Canada’s total trade with India increased by 17.79 viz-a-viz Jan-May 2018 due to a substantial increase of USD 444 million in exports and a reasonable gain in imports as well.

Analysis : The total trade with India from Jan-May 2018 was USD 2.9 billion. However, in Jan-May 2019, Canada’s global trade is USD 3.4 billion. Both exports and imports are higher in May 2019 in comparison to May 2018.

Globally, Canada’s exports rose 4.6% to a record $53.1 billion in May. Exports of motor vehicles and parts, aircraft and other transportation equipment and parts, and energy products contributed the most to the increase. Year over year, total exports were up 8.6%. In May, non-energy exports rose 4.5%.

Exports of aircraft and other transportation equipment and parts (+33.0% to $2.9 billion)

also contributed to the overall increase. Exports of boats and other transportation equipment almost quadrupled as a result of higher exports of other transportation equipment to Saudi Arabia. Exports of aircraft (+40.2%) also increased in May, primarily because of increased shipments of business jets and commercial aircraft, particularly to the United States.

After falling 16.5% in April, exports of refined petroleum products rose 20.4% in May, mainly due to higher exports of heavy fuel oil to the United States.

Details of significant trends : India stayed at 12th position as the largest market for Canadian imports year to date. For Jan-May 2019, Canada’s total imports from India increased by 4.4% in comparison to Jan-May 2018.

Analysis : The total import figure of Jan-May 2019 is USD 1.8 billion. However, for Jan-May 2018, the figure was USD 1.7 billion. The top products of import from India are Nuclear Reactors, Boilers, Machinery and Mechanical Appliances, Articles of Iron or Steel, Organic Chemicals, Pharmaceutical Products, Motor Vehicles, Trailers, Bicycles, Motorcycles and Other Similar Vehicles, Pearls, Precious Stones or Metals, Mineral Fuels, Mineral Oils, Bituminous Substances and Mineral Waxes, Knitted or Crocheted Clothing and Woven Clothing.

Details of significant trends : Overall Canadian global imports rose 1.0% to $52.3 billion in May following a 1.2% decline in April. Higher imports of aircraft, as well as motor vehicle engines and motor vehicle parts, contributed the most to the overall increase.

Analysis : Canadian imports of aircraft and other transportation equipment and parts rose 14.2% to $2.2 billion. After declining by more than $1 billion in March and April combined, imports of aircraft were up by $433 million in May, primarily due to increased shipments of airliners from the United States and Europe. Imports of motor vehicles and parts increased 1.6% in May to $9.8 billion. As observed in exports of passenger cars and light trucks, imports of motor vehicle engines and motor vehicle parts (+9.2%) rose as a result of increased production in assembly plants.

Details of significant trends : India rose to 10th position as the largest market for Canadian exports year to date. The total exports increased by 27.02% viz-a-viz 2018.

Analysis : The total export figure of Jan-May 2019 is USD 1.6 billion. However, for Jan-May 2018, the figure was USD 1.2 billion. The Top products of export from Canada to India were: Mineral Fuels, Mineral Oils, Bituminous Substances and Mineral Waxes, Pearls, Precious Stones or Metals, Coins and Jewellery, Fertilizers, Ores, Slag and Ash, Edible Vegetables and Certain Roots and Tubers, Pulp of Wood and The Like; Waste and Scrap of Paper or Paperboard, Aircrafts and Spacecrafts, Paper, Paperboard and Articles Made From These Materials, Nuclear Reactors, Boilers, Machinery and Mechanical Appliances, Iron and Steel.

Details of significant trends : Canadian global rose 4.6% to a record $53.1 billion in May 2019, a slump after Dec 2018. Exports to the United States rose 3.7% to a record $39.3 billion in May.

Analysis : Canadian Exports to countries other than the United States rose 7.3% to a record $13.8 billion in May, partly due to an increase in exports to Saudi Arabia (other transportation equipment). Higher exports to Japan (copper, coal), South Korea (metal ores) and the Netherlands (energy products, iron ores) also contributed to the increase. A significant decline in exports to the United Kingdom (gold) partially offset these increases. As a result, Canada`s trade deficit with countries other than the United States narrowed from $5.5 billion in April to $5.2 billion in May.

CDPQ-backed CLP India looks to acquire Morgan Stanley`s wind energy assets in India

ICDPQ-backed CLP India Pvt. Ltd is looking to acquire Continuum Wind Energy from its majority owner Morgan Stanley Infrastructure Partners, the Mint newspaper reported. The report said that Continuum has more than 700 megawatt of operational wind assets and a pipeline of almost 1,700 MW. Most operational assets are located in Maharashtra and Tamil Nadu, apart from Gujarat, Madhya Pradesh and Telangana. CLP India is majority-owned by Hong Kong-headquartered CLP Group. CLP entered India in 2002 and is among the handful offering investors in India`s power sector. It has a portfolio ofnearly 3,000 MW. In September 2018, Canadian pension fund Caisse de dépôt et placement du Québec (CDPQ) agreed to take a 40 per cent stake in CLP India for USD 365 million.

(Source : India Canada Biz Digest)

CPPIB partners with Piramal Enterprises to set up India’s first renewables InvIT (Infrastructure Investment Trust)

Piramal Enterprises Ltd said it has signed an agreement with Canada’s largest pension fund manager Canada Pension Plan Investment Board (CPPIB), to co-sponsor India’s first renewable energy focused Infrastructure Investment Trust. The proposed InvIT will have an initial corpus of USD 600 million and the option to scale further, Piramal Enterprises said in a filing to the stock exchanges. CPPIB and PEL will initially allocate USD 360 million and USD 90 million, respectively. The InvIT would seek to acquire up to 1.5 to 2 GW of stable and cash generating renewable assets on a hold-to-maturity basis, with a firm focus on diversification of both asset type as well as off-taker profile. Both PEL and CPPIB will be co-sponsors of the proposed InvIT and hold up to 75 per cent of the units with CPPIB holding up to 60 per cent and Piramal PEL holding 15 per cent.

(Source : India Canada Biz Digest)

Canada’s Fairfax-backed Fairchem Speciality to restructure business in India

Fairchem Speciality Ltd, a Mumbai-listed chemicals maker backed by Canada’s Fairfax Group, is going through a restructuring exercise to sharpen focus on its main businesses. In a multilayered transaction, the speciality chemicals maker plans to merge wholly owned unit Privi Organics India Ltd with itself and create a new subsidiary called Fairchem Organics Ltd. The merger with Privi Organics will bring the company’s aroma chemicals business under one roof, Fairchem Speciality informed stock exchanges. This merged entity will be renamed as Privi Speciality Chemicals Ltd. Fairchem Speciality said the decision to create two niche and focused segments without any business overlap will be prudent to raise capital as the “growth profiles and the capital needs” of these businesses are very different.

(Source : India Canada Biz Digest)

India’s vast economic, social and cultural potential is of great importance to Canada : Senator Ratna Omidvar

On May 15 2019, the High Commissioner of India to Canada Mr. Vikas Swarup visited the Senate Chamber as the guest of Senator Ratna Omidvar. In her remarks, Senator Omidvar outlined the economic and population growth currently underway in India. She also underscored the opportunities both Canada and India can find in one another, particularly as the global economy continues to shift to the sub-continent. “India is one of the world’s fastest growing economies, growing steadily from 4.4 per cent in the 1970s to a staggering 7.1 per cent in this decade, touching services, industry, technology and agriculture. It has attracted more foreign direct investment than China, spurring on a flourishing private sector. New Indian start-ups have received billion-dollar evaluations and many are members of the coveted Unicorn Club.” she added.

(Source : India Canada Biz Digest)

Malta
(Source : High Commission of Malta)

Indian company opens pharma testing lab in Malta:  Another Indian pharmaceutical testing lab, Misom Labs Limited, started operations in Malta after receiving EU GMP license from the Maltese Medicines Authority and started commercial testing of the batches of pharmaceutical products for release to market.

Thailand
(Source : Embassy of India, Bangkok)

Ranong Port to boost trade with India
Bangkok Post 16.08.2019

The Port of Authority of Thailand (PAT) is pressing ahead with the development of Ranong Port as a logistics gateway between Thailand and India as both countries have agreed to promote a new maritime route in the Andaman Sea. PAT director-general Kamolsak Promprayoon said the development of Ranong Port will facilitate a new maritime route between Krishnapatnam Port in India and Ranong Port on the Andaman coast. Lt Jg Kamolsak said the scheme to develop the port will also help materialise several aspects of cooperation under a memorandum of understanding (MoU) signed on Thursdaybetween the two ports.  Under the MoU, travel time between India and Thailand will be reduced from 10 to 15 days to seven. The MoU is part of the government`s policy to boost trade with India, Bangladesh and Sri Lanka under the framework of Bay of Bengal Initiative for Multi-Sectoral Technical and Economic Cooperation (Bimstec), he said. According to Lt Jg Kamolsak, PAT`s 2018 earnings from exports to Bimstec were worth over 400 billion baht.

TENDER INFORMATION

Ukraine Ukraine
(EEPC Ref. No. DB-2340)
Project                

Ukraine District Heating Energy Efficiency Project (UDHEEP)
Loan No. : 8387-UA
Project ID No. : P132741              

DB Ref. No.  WB8935-08/19 
Issued by 

Public Utility “Kharkivski teplovi merezhi”
117-ch Plekhanivska Street, Floor 4, Office 50
ZIP Code : 61037
Kharkiv, Ukraine
Attn. : Mr. Roman Zinchenko
Head of Regional Project Implementation Unit
Tel. : +38 057 7585342
Fax : +38 057 7387120
E-mail : zinchenko.r.e@hts.kh.ua 

Bid No.  UDHEEP-KHTM-IFB-23B/R-L2 
For 

Procurement of Pre-Insulated Pipes and other Equipment (distribution networks) in the city of Kharkiv.

The complete set of bidding documents in English may be obtained without any fee in electronic form by interested eligible bidders 
upon submission of a written application via confirmed email or in the hardcopy to the address above. The complete set of bidding
documents will be sent to the e-mail indicated in the application.
 

Bid deadline  19.09.2019 
Zambia Zambia
(EEPC Ref. No. DB-2341)
Project                   

Enhanced Smallholder Livestock Investment Programme (E-SLIP)
Loan No. : 2000000823, 2000000824
Financing from the International Fund for Agricultural Development (IFAD)               

DB Ref. No.  UN417-08/19 
Issued by 

The Permanent Secretary
Ministry of Fisheries and Livestock
Mulungushi House, Independence Avenue
Ground Floor, Room 3, Eastern Wing
P.O Box 50060
ZIP Code: 15100
Lusaka, Zambia
Attn. : The Head-Procurement and Supplies Unit
Tel. : +260-211 251378
Fax : +260-211 251378
E-mail : mukuka234@gmail.com
cc: chrlschbl@gmail.com;
felix.munsaka@eslip.org.zm 

Bid No.  MFL/E-SLIP/G/0004/2019 
For  Supply and Delivery of Eight (8No.) 4X4 Double Cab Motor Vehicles. 
Tender cost  Non-refundable fee of ZMW 1,000.00 or equivalent to any convertible currency. The method of payment will be cash.
The document will be sent by e-mail or courier for overseas delivery where necessary. 
Bid Security  Bid Security of 2% of the bid sum amount if provided in the form of a bank guarantee or 3% of the bid price if provided
in the form of a bid bond and it shall be in a currency of the bid. 
Bid deadline  01.10.2019 
Source  UN Development Business Website 
Iraq Iraq
(EEPC Ref. No. MEED-2706)
Tender No.                  HFY-CON/PD1017-1040              
Tender for  Electrical submersible pumps 
Tender details  Supply of electrical submersible pumps with associated equipment and services. 
Cost of tender documents  $ 100 
Miscellaneous  Tender documents can also be obtained from PetroChina International, Fourth Floor, Building No. 10,
P. O. Box 500486, Dubai Internet City, Dubai, Telephone :  (9714) 4404100, Fax : (9714) 4404195,
Email : halfayaprocurement@petrochina-hfy.com 
Closing date  19.09.2019 
Issued by 

PetroChina International Iraq
PetroChina Halfaya Base Camp
Kahlaa, Missan Governorate, Iraq
Fax : (9714) 4404190
E-mail : halfaya-quotation@petrochina-hfy.com
Website : www.petrochina-hfy.com 

Iraq Iraq
(EEPC Ref. No. MEED-2707)
Tender No.               BD/F/7/2019               
Tender for  Trailer parts 
Tender details  Supply of spare parts for Jost brand special for trailers. 
Cost of tender documents  ID 150,000 
Closing date  09.09.2019 
Issued by 

Oil Products Distribution Company
Al-Daura Refinery
P. O. Box 12037
Baghdad, Iraq
Tel. : (9641) 7751484
E-mail : info@opdc.oil.gov.iq
Website : www.opdc.oil.gov.iq 

Jordan Jordan
(EEPC Ref. No. MEED-2708)
Tender No.                 IFB-201902412/MK                 
Tender for  Ambulance 
Tender details  Supply of a long-wheel-base, converted medical care ambulance. 
Bid bond  JD 5,000 
Cost of tender documents  JD 29 
Closing date  08.09.2019 
Issued by 

Arab Potash Company
Al-Jahez Street, Shmeisani
Amman, Jordan
Tel. : (9626) 5200520
Fax : (9626) 5200295
Website : www.arabpotash.com 

Kuwait Kuwait
(EEPC Ref. No. MEED-2709)
Tender No.                 MEW/7250/2016                
Tender for  Copper cables 
Tender details  Supply of 11kV medium-tension copper cables. 
Bid bond  KD 100,000 
Cost of tender documents  KD 3,500 
Closing date  10.09.2019 
Issued by 

Central Tenders Committee
Electricity & Water 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 

Source  MEED.com website 

Domestic Information

PUBLIC NOTICE

Dated 27 August, 2019

Circular No. 25/2019-Customs



Ministry of Finance, Department of Revenue, Central Board of Indirect Taxes and Customs, Government of India, New Delhi has issued a Circular No. 25/2019-Customs, dated 27th August, 2019 regarding IGST refunds- mechanism to verify the IGST payments for goods exported out of India in certain cases. The above Customs Circular has already been hosted in our Website (http://www.eepcindia.org/download/190827163648.pdf) for information of our Members.
Dated 27 August, 2019

Circular No. 26/2019-Customs



Ministry of Finance, Department of Revenue, Central Board of Indirect Taxes and Customs, Government of India, New Delhi has issued a Circular No. 26/2019-Customs, dated 27th August, 2019 regarding IGST Export refunds - extension in SB005 alternate mechanism and revised processing in certain cases including disbursal of Compensation Cess. The above Customs Circular has already been hosted in our Website (http://www.eepcindia.org/download/190827163731.pdf) for information of our Members.

STEEL PRICES

Steel Market Current Report

Mandi Gobindgarh
Open Market Rates of Rerollables (August 17, 2019)

(Exclusive of GST) (Trade Terms 1% Cash Discount) (Rate Rs. per Tonne)
Ingot
Arc/Ind. Furnace
Round quality (21x25) 29,000
Structural quality (28x30) 29,000
Low carbon (12x16) -
Semi low carbon (18x21) 29,500
5x6 Girder quality (25x30) -
Runners/Risers 29,500
Bones/Clean -
Billets & Squares  
50x50x63x63x65x65 mm MS -
75x75x80x80x90x90 mm MS 29,600
100x100 mm MS 29,600
125x125 mm MS/ Concast -
100x100 mm Concast-Billets 29,600
100x100 Concast-SAIL DSP 30,200
H.C. Billet SAIL 150x150 mm) -
H.C. Billet-Tisco 75x75 mm) -
Blooms  
Above 251 mm Bloom (HC) 30,150
Above 251 mm Bloom (MS) 29,150
(DSP) Bloom 160x250 mm 29,250
130/135/140 mm (Tisco) MS -
150x150 mm Concast (DSP) 29,250
150x150 mm MS (SAIL) 29,250
Bloom Cut into pcs. (MS) 29,150
Bloom Cut into pcs. (Medium) 29,150
Bloom Cut into (Patra Pass) 29,250

Slabs  
Durgapur Slabs 14"x3" -
Durgapur Slabs -
Bokaro Slab Heavy -
Tata Concast Slab (Heavy) -
Skelp Tisco -
Rails  
Untested Rail - 75 lbs. 26,500
Untested Rail - 90 lbs. 26,300
Untested Rail - 105 lbs. 26,600
Rej. Wheel (Big) -
Rej. Wheel (Small) 27,100
Cut Tyre (Big) 32,500
Cut Tyre (Small) 27,500
Melting Scrap (F.O.R.)  
Fresh Scrap (Rolling Mill End)  26,950
Old Scrap (Godown) 22,800
Turning 22,200
Tin Tapper 23,700
Sponge Iron 23,200
Pig Iron (F.O.R.)  
Foundry Grade 40,000
Steel Grade 28,700
C.I. Turning 15,400
Degi Scrap 23,400
Deg Casting 32,700
Ingot Moulds (Old) 23,700
Ingot Moulds (New) 33,800
Cut Ingot Moulds 21,500
Open Market Rates of Finished Goods (August 17, 2019)
(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 4240 4220 4230 4260 4230 4230 4410 4570
Zindi Pass (Drawing) - - - 4250 4220 4120 4410 4430

                  Above rates of 6 mm rounds are of length up to 14’ Above 18’ = 4240

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    4380 4420  4420     4420 4420 4450 4450
M. S. Squares 4 mm 5 mm 6 mm 8 mm 10 mm 12 mm 16/20 mm 22/25 mm
Mild 4470
4470
4440
4500
4500
4510
4460
4430
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 4300 4280 4390 4380 4480 4430 - - - - -
5 mm 4330 4330 4380 4480 4470 4480
4480 - - -
6 mm 4320 4320 4480 4480 4470 4470 4480 - - -
8 mm - - 4350 4350 4470 4450 4450 - - -
10 mm - - 4350 4350 4470 4450 4520 4510 - -
12 mm - - 4350 4350 4470 4450 4520 - 4550

-

16 mm - - 4350 4350 4460 4450 4520 - - -
M. S. Flats 20 mm 25 mm 32 mm 40 mm 50 mm 65 mm 75 mm 100 mm
3 mm 4200 4210 4310 4250 4360 4360 - -
5 mm 4210 4210 4210 4210 4360 4450 4450 4450
6 mm 4200 4200 4210 4210 4360 4460 4450 4450
8 mm 4090 4220 4320 4420 4420 4430
10 mm - - 4090 4220 4320 4420 4420 4420
12/25 mm - - 4090 4220 4320 4420 4220 4440
18/19 Gauge 4170 4150 4200 4220
4320 4420 4420 4440

[Prices at other stockyards may vary]                                          Source : Steel Town (Weekly), August 17, 2019]

EEPC INDIA OFFICE BEARERS

CHAIRMAN SR. VICE CHAIRMAN  VICE CHAIRMAN

Ravi Sehgal 
Tel.: 91-33-2287-2256/8229/2290 
Fax : 91-33-2287-9938
E-mail : ravisehgal5@gmail.com

 

 

Mahesh K Desai
Tel.: 91-40-27617098/5131 (O)
91-40-27765793 (R)
Fax : 91-40-27614376
E-mail : desai.mahesh64@gmail.com
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Tel.: 91-33-40052700
Fax : 91-33-40052800
E-mail : corona@coronaind.com
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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
Opinder Singh
Deputy Director
EEPC INDIA
Plot Comm. 1, Focal Point
Jalandhar 144 012
Tel.: 91-181-2602264
Fax : 91-181-2601124
E-mail : eepcsrojld@eepcindia.net

CIN : U51900WB1955NPL022644