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TN exempts e-way bill for textile & apparel jobwork
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Jun '18
TN exempts e-way bill for textile & apparel jobwork
The government of Tamil Nadu has provided exemption from generation of e-way bill for jobwork and services relating to yarn, fabrics and garments. Tiruppur Exporters Association (TEA) president Raja M Shanmugham has sent a letter to the state chief minister thanking him for clear understanding of Tiruppur knitwear business and conceding the request of TEA.

Tiruppur knitwear cluster has grown up to a level where it is producing ₹42,000 crore worth of garments annually because of the crucial support extended by the job working units, said Shanmugham in a press release.

He pointed out that before garment is packed, for preliminary processes like knitting, dyeing, compacting, embroidery, printing, checking, ironing and packing etc., the product is transported from one place to another for at least five to six occasions.

While noting down the future prospects of Tiruppur knitwear cluster and ease of doing business, he said the decision would help boost growth momentum for the Tiruppur cluster.

TEA has also sent letter of thanks to KC Veeramani, state minister of commercial taxes, and Dr. TV Somanathan, principal secretary/commissioner of state tax, for their support in the e-way bill exemption initiative. (RKS)

Fibre2Fashion News Desk – India


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