CBIC launches Compliance Information Portal (CIP)

The Central Board for Indirect Taxes & Customs (CBIC) has launched the Indian Customs Compliance Information Portal (CIP) for providing free access to information on all Customs procedures and regulatory compliance for nearly 12,000 customs tariffs items.

GN Bureau | August 5, 2021


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The Central Board for Indirect Taxes & Customs (CBIC) has launched the Indian Customs Compliance Information Portal (CIP) for providing free access to information on all Customs procedures and regulatory compliance for nearly 12,000 customs tariffs items.

CIP is yet another facilitation tool developed by CBIC to empower our business as well as any interested person with up-to-date information on the legal and procedural requirements of customs and partner government agencies (FSSAI, AQIS, PQIS, Drug Controller etc.) for carrying out imports and exports. The portal would provide complete knowledge of all import and export related requirements for all items covered under the Customs Tariff thereby improving the ease of doing cross border trade.


The information can be fetched by entering either the Customs Tariff Heading (CTH) or the description of the goods in question. The information includes step-by-step procedures, regulatory compliance requirements like license, certificates, etc for imports as well as exports. This includes import and export through posts and couriers, import of samples, re import and reexport of goods, self-sealing facility for exporters and project imports.

Another feature of CIP is a pan India map showing all the Customs seaports, airports, land customs stations etc. It also contains addresses of the regulatory agencies and their websites.

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