09-08-2018

JNPT Trade Notice on Gate Automation

Ref: JNPT/TRADE NOTICE/AGS/2018/2683 August 07, 2018

Kindly refer to Customs Public Notice No. 25/2017, wherein the SOP consequent to commencement of "Document Processing Area" in the parking plaza and Gate Automation for Export & Import through JNPCT was issued. Subsequent to modifications in the software of AGS for JNPCT, JNPT is in the process of re-implementation of Gate Automation System (AGS). The standard operating procedure to be followed for movement of such containers to and from the Port Terminal is given as under:

JAWAHARLAL NEHRU PORT CONTAINER TERMINAL (JNPCT):

 Registration Procedure

 Step 1: The stakeholders will ensure that all the tractor trailers coming to the JNPCT will have to get the Drivers and tractor trailers registered before coming. The registration has to be through E-Form 13 portal, for which access will be given to authorised parties. Truck and Driver Registration will be done only through the portal access link. Details provided in the portal should be correct and authenticated else, Truck / Driver cannot proceed ahead.

Step 2: Login with your User Credentials in E-Form 13 and click on the "Registration", you will see three options as below:-

Driver Registration

Truck Registration

Truck Booking

Step 3: Driver Licence Number, Name and Licence Copy are mandatory for Driver registration.

Step 4: Truck RTO Number, Type and RC Copy are mandatory for Tractor Trailer Registration.

Step 5: Truck booking to do now. Enter Truck Number, Driver Registration and associate container number and PIN number. For DPD container, add DPD container number for pick-up.

EXPORT PROCEDURE

 Step 1: Trucks carrying CFS / Factory stuffed or Empty Export Containers to approach JNPCT in survey point area (Located around 1.5 to 2 km prior to North gate) after taking LEO from Customs. Registration and Truck booking have to be completed before coming to this point. After Survey, BAT will be issued to Truck. (Present procedure of pre-gate to be discontinued).

Step 2: At the In-Survey-Point, the Surveyor equipped with TABLET enters the Truck Number to search the truck booking details. At this stage, Container and Driver details are fetched and populated on the screen and all container details are assigned to the RFID BAT given at the in Survey area. The Surveyor captures images of export container and its seal number. In case of export empty container, image of empty container (inside) is captured. All the information is uploaded and assigned to that container. The truck will move towards JNPCT gates. After Survey, BAT will be issued to Truck.

Step 3: As soon as the truck carrying export container(s) arrives at In-Gate, the AGS identifies the RFID BAT given to the truck driver and allows it to proceed further under camera zone. The live details of truck I container are captured by 5 cameras installed (in each lane) and live view of these cameras along with the container details are displayed to CISF for their verification. With the approval of CISF in AGS, the boom barrier will be opened automatically and the truck proceeds further towards printer kiosk, wherein, Drop-Off-Ticket slip will be delivered to the Driver. This slip will indicate container details along with the Yard location for dropping the said export container. The truck proceeds to designated yard.

Step 4: After dropping the export container in designated yard as prescribed in Drop-Off-Ticket, the empty truck moves to Out-survey-Point (Porta-cabin provided near TT maintenance office), wherein surveyor carries out checks of the truck / driver details and then is allowed to move out towards Out Gates.

Step 5: At Out gate, information from BAT will be fetched by AGS. CISF carries necessary checks of the truck with respect to AGS and once its approval is done, BAT collected by CISF and the boom barrier opens up to allow the truck to proceed to printer kiosk. The truck driver to collect the out gate passes (EIR) and leaves the gates

IMPORT PROCEDURE

 Step 1: Registered Empty Trucks to approach JNPCT In-Survey-Point area.

Step 2: At the In-Survey-Point, the surveyor equipped with TABLET enters the Truck Number to search and truck booking which pops up the relevant details automatically on the TABLET display. After Survey BAT will be issued at the In-survey area. The truck moves towards JNPCT Gates.

Step 3: As soon as the Empty truck arrives at In-Gate, the AGS identifies the RFID BAT given to the truck driver and allows it to proceed further under camera zone. The live details of Truck are captured by 5 cameras installed (in each lane) and live view displayed to CISF for their verification. With the approval of CISF in AGS, the boom barrier will be opened automatically and the truck proceeds further towards printer kiosk, wherein Pick-up Ticket slip will be delivered to the Driver. This slip will indicate container details along with the Yard location for picking the said import container. The truck proceeds to designated yard.

Step 4: After picking the import container from the designated yard as prescribed in Pick-up Ticket, the truck moves to Out-Survey-Point except DPD trailers. (Porta-cabin provided near TT maintenance office). The Surveyor captures images of import container and seal number. In case of import empty container, image of empty container (inside) is captured. All the information is uploaded and assigned to that container. For Direct Port Delivery containers, the drivers after loading container shall approach Customs for approval in E-Form 13 portal and truck moves towards out-survey point and follow the procedure at out-survey point. For CFS-bound container, Customs approval is not required. After out-survey process, truck proceeds to out gate.

Step 5: At gate, information from BAT will be fetched by AGS. CISF carries necessary checks of the truck with respect to AGS and once its approval is done, BAT is collected by CISF and the boom barrier opens up to allow the truck to proceed to printer kiosk. The truck driver to collect the out gate passes (EIR) and leaves the gates.

INTER-TERMINAL TRUCK MOVEMENT

 Step 1: The truck after offloading Export container at JNPCT wishes to take Import container from GTI/NSICT/NSIGT will move towards the porta cabin installed at South end of POC import yard for completion of transaction in JNPT Automated Gate System (AGS). The Surveyor carries necessary checks of the truck with respect to AGS and once its approval is done, generate out gate passes (EIN). The truck driver to collect the out gate passes (EIR) and leave for GTI/NSICT/NSIGT. BAT is to be collected from driver.

Step 2: The truck after offloading Export container at GTI/NSICT/NSIGT wishes to take Import container from JNPCT will move towards the porta cabin installed at South end of POC Import yard. The truck shall be registered in AGS and shall come along with truck booking against the pin. RFID BAT will be assigned to that Truck. The surveyor equipped with TABLET/Desk top computer enters the Truck Number and relevant details automatically pop up on the TABLET display. Pick-up Ticket slip will be delivered to the Driver. (This slip will indicate container details along with the Yard location for picking the said import container). The truck proceeds to designated import yard.

Step 3: Step 4 and 5 of Import procedure to be followed.

All stakeholders having access of E-Form 13 shall register their tractor trailers and drivers before 30th August, 2018. All Shipping Lines/Importers/CFS operators are requested to take note of the same. The AGS system shall be operational for all EXIM containers w.e.f. 1st September, 2018.

Sd/-

Dr C. Unnikrishnan Nair

Chief Manager (Traffic)

Source: JNPT

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