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What is BRC in shipping?

Last Updated: 26th May, 2020

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BRC means Bank Realization Certificate issued by bank to their customers against any specific documents. Normally BRC is issued by a bank to their customers who has been in to export business on each shipment of export proceeds. It can be an advance amount against exports or services.

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Regarding this, what is BRC in export?

Bank Realisation Certificate (BRC) is issued by Banks based on realisation of payment against export by an Exporter. Any firm applying for benefits under Foreign Trade Policy is required to furnish valid BRC as a proof of realisation of payment against exports made.

Likewise, how do I get a BRC certificate? The exporter is required to:

  1. Login to the e-BRC application by logging into the portal.
  2. Use the option of uploading BRC.
  3. Select file from file system and upload the same.
  4. The server will verify the user, authenticate data, and provide the result of the process in XML or tabular format, as chosen by the user.

Also, what is BRC Firc count?

FIRC is issued against any receipt of amount from foreign countries by a bank to their customers. It can be an advance payment against export proceeds, ocean or airfreight, or remuneration or wages under consultancy charges or for any other reasons.

What is LCL shipping charges?

FCL/LCL Definition Unlike FCL, which usually has a flat rate per container, LCL is charged based on the volume, set in cubic meters. LCL shipping is a cost-effective solution for smaller shipments as you only need to pay for the volume space used. At the same time it almost always cheaper than air freight.

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