Association Partners

 

Federation of Indian Export Organizations (FIEO)

FIEO is the apex trade promotion organisation in India set up by the Ministry of Commerce, Government of India, and private trade and industry in 1965. The organisation is responsible for representing and assisting Indian entrepreneurs and exporters in foreign markets.

Federation of Freight Forwarders Associations of India (FFFAI)

FFFAI is the apex body and the sole representative of 28 member associations from all over India representing 6500 Customs Brokers (employing over 1,10,000 people). In addition, organisation that is directly or indirectly connected with freight forwarding, shipping and commerce are also associated with FFFAI.

Air Cargo Agent Association of India (ACAAI)

ACAAI is the premier recognised National Association representing the air cargo industry in India. Founded in 1970 with 16 members, ACAAI currently has strength of almost 600 members. ACAAI endeavors to safeguard and promote the interests of its members by providing them professional assistance and guidance on relevant matters of concern to them and the industry.

Federation of Pharma Entrepreneurs (FOPE)

FOPE was started with an objective to take up the common issues affecting the Pharma industry at the national level, with Government of India, various ministries and concerned departments responsible for making/changing various policies. The organisation has taken up number of issues like rate of excise duty on finished formulations, fixed dose combination; spurious drugs act amendment bill, DPCO/NPPA issues, etc. since its formation.

Air Cargo Club of Bombay (AIRCCB)

AIRCCB is a 30 year old social club consisting of senior members of the air cargo fraternity- Airlines, International Freight Forwarders and IATA Agents. The main objectives of the club are to promote friendship and goodwill among all stakeholders of the air cargo industry, further the interest of all those engaged in the Industry, by supporting in related matters through educational lectures, film shows, debates, seminars and foster cordial relations among all air transport professionals.

Association of Multimodal Transport Operators of India (AMTOI)

AMTOI is registered as a non-profit making body under the Indian Companies Act and its core managing committee consists of seven members. The managing Committee is supplemented by Special Invitees who are experts in the industry. AMTOI has Extended Board that has nominated representatives from other trade bodies like ACAAI, ACTO, CSLA, CAI, CFSAI, FFFAI, FEDSAI, INSA, IPPTA and WISTA.

National Association of Container Freight Stations (NACFS)

NACFS is a government body, founded in April, 1994 in the Union Territory of Chandigarh with less than 10 members which has slowly developed to a national level of over 70 Members. It looks after the development of ICDs, FTWZs, LPs and warehouses across the country.

Customs House agent (CHA)

CHA is licensed to act as an agent for transaction of any business relating to the entry or departure of conveyances or the import or export of goods at a customs station. CHAs maintain detailed, itemised and up-to-date accounts. A CHA license may be temporary or permanent. The forum has a dedicated division manned by experienced staff to handle all formalities connected from import, transshipment, export and re-export.

 

Automotive Products Finder

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Bus Coach India

Obtaining and maintaining highest quality standards involves continual interaction amongst the academicians, researchers, technologists, designers, coach and bus operators and users in particular and the communities in general. Bus Coach India Journal is intended to provide a much needed platform for the said purpose. This journal is a first attempt to provide you some food for thought in improving the quality and identity of the bus and coach industry.