Export Procedure & Documentation: a Case of Spl Industries Ltd.

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EXPORT PROCEDURE & DOCUMENTATION: A CASE OF SPL INDUSTRIES LTD.

A report submitted towards the partial fulfillment of the requirements of the two years full-time Post Graduate Diploma in Management

Submitted by: Prashant Rampuria Post Graduate Diploma in Management (International Business) Roll No.: 2K81/IB/29 2008-2010

ASIA-PACIFIC INSTITUTE OF MANAGEMENT 3, Institutional Area, Jasola, New Delhi-110025

Preface

The purpose of industrial training is to acclimatize the students with the organization & the industry in which this organization exists. Summer training is a part of management study & is very important for each & every student. Management trainees are trained in such a way that after they come out, they can manage the matters of organization in a planned and systematic manner My project is aimed at understanding the basis of export procedure & documentation. It includes how an export order is processed & what all documents are required to complete the legalities of the export order. This training was a valuable experience in terms of understanding & learning & I believe that in future I will get fruitful results.

PRASHANT RAMPURIA PGDM (IB) 2K81/IB/29 2008-10

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Acknowledgement
A project report seems to be an individual effort is in fact teamwork. Summer training at SPL Industries Ltd. was just like an opportunity to shake hand with the practical world of business. I am indebted to all those individuals who helped me in gaining knowledge & insight into various aspects of export procedure & documentation. The source of learning have been one too many & a complete list of individual references would become encyclopedic. I want to express my deepest gratitude to Mrs. Mona Malhotra, GM Marketing, SPL Industries Ltd, without whose help this summer internship in SPL Industries would not be possible. I am grateful to Mr. Jagmohan Chhibber, Export manager, SPLIL, for sharing his experience & knowledge & without whose help the project would not have got any shape. My deepest appreciation also extends to Dr. Tulika Chandra, Project guide, Faculty AIM, who critically reviewed my project report & provided suggestions. I would like to thank Dr. D. K. Banerjee, Director AIM, for his constant support & encouragement. Finally, I would express my gratitude towards Mr. Shailendra Tyagi, Sr. Manager, CCR AIM for facilitating my Summer Internship

PRASHANT RAMPURIA PGDM (IB) 2K81/IB/29

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Table of Contents
Executive Summary ...........................................................................................................6

Chapter 1 Introduction ........................................................................................................................7 Background of the problem task undertaken ....................................................................7 Project Objectives ............................................................................................................7 Rationale of the study .......................................................................................................8 Scope of the study ............................................................................................................8 Introduction of the company ............................................................................................9 Chapter 2 Methodology .....................................................................................................................12 Chapter 3 Objective of the project ...................................................................................................14 To understand the apparel business process ...................................................................14 To understand the working of various departments .......................................................21 To understand the role of merchandisers...
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