About Us

Hawkeye logistics was opened for freight forwarding operations, to establish association with leading international freight forwarders , Shipping Lines and EXIM Community in the year 2016. We are a venture promoted by experienced professionals in the field of shipping with a view to cater to the ever growing demand for competitive as well as qualitative logistic services for exports as well as imports both air, sea and land. These ventures though established fairly recently have also turned into viable profit centers contributing to the growth of hawkeye, while offering service par excellence to the respective industries. Committed to quality, hawkeye has been relentlessly pursuing its cause 'enhancement' of services offered, so as to be able to offer better solutions. We are presently aided by professionals with excellent contacts in the field of freight forwarding, warehousing and logistics.

Why Hawkeye?

Few reasons why Hawkeye Logistics services are known for :
We understand the dynamic market conditions and are ready to adapt to any changes
We continuously learn and constantly add new products and services to our portfolio
Trust that you are in safe hands
Our Reduced Response Time - helps you take decisions faster

Vision

"To emerge as a market leader in providing logistics solutions and to be recognized for its values and ethical business practices by delivering professional and customized services to achieve highest levels of client satisfaction."

Mission

"To provide Easy, Efficient, Economical and Empowering integrated logistics solutions through innovative processes and systems implemented by a highly inspired team of professionals that adds value to the customer's supply chain needs."

Core Activites

 

Shipping

Custom Clearance

Warehousing

Trucking

Chartering , Breakbulk and OOG cargo handling

Door-To-Door Delivery

Handling Exhibitions Cargo

Consultants for Plant dismantling , relocating and assembling

The activities would center on booking of vessels for the clients for their merchandise and coordination with clients and shipping line in achieving the international standards for punctuality and smoothness in operational formalities.


Our Services

CUSTOM CLEARANCE SERVICES

These services are available to the customers on time and they are available to the customers at very reasonable rates in the market. These services are carried out in a very professional manner and these services are carried out by very experienced employees and we offer these services to the customers promptly.

TRANSPORTATION SERVICES

Hawkeye Logistics offers transportation services to the clients to pick their cargo ex works or deliver the cargo to their site, irrespective of the size / weight and the type of cargo.

PACKAGING SERVICES

Our able & experienced team focuses on providing the best in class packaging solutions for different types of Cargos. Wrapping, Taping, Sticking and Directing the goods in package is all the functions we can provide.We can provide special packaging for Hazardous, Dangerous goods or Fragile goods, heavy and dense cargos.

FREIGHT FORWARDING SERVICES

We are freight forwarders for various exporters and importers, expertly handling sea, air and ground freight movement on door to door basis. Once our customers hand over the required documents with the instructions based on which we analyse and decide the modalities which may include:
Urgency
Cost effective
Mode of Shipment
Shipping line / Airline
Documentation

WAREHOUSING SERVICES

Hawkeye Logistics can provide best Warehousing facilities to all size and weight cargo at very competitive  rates .We always focus on Providing best and Secure Warehousing solutions to our  Customers.  We can provide warehousing equipped with elevator and forklift to take care of heavy size Cargo, Grouping and numbering is done to identify and trace cargo location by maintaining Computerised System.

FOREIGN TRADE CONSULTANCY


IMPORT TRADE


Import means bringing any goods into India from a place outside India. It has been the contention of the department; the import is complete the moment the goods have been brought within the limits of the territorial waters of India. The Gujarat High Court has taken the view that when (Section 12 of the Customs Act) refers to ‘exportation or importation into’ of goods the reference is to the landmass of India not the Territorial waters of India.


Import Procedure 


 Preparation of Bill of Entry 
 Rate of duty for clearance from warehouse
 Filing of Bill of Entry 
 The Noting (Serial Number)
 Assessment of Duty and Clearance
 Noting of Bill of Entry 
 Assessment of Customs duty 
 Appraising the Goods
 Valuation of Goods
 Approval of Assessment
 EDI Assessment
 Payment of Customs Duty
 Examination of Goods
 Provisional Assessment
 Checking of duty drawback / license documents
 Execution of bond and payment of duty
 Out of Customs Charge Order
 Demurrage if goods not cleared
 Import of software through data communication
 Relevant Date for Rate and Valuation of Customs Duty


EXPORT TRADE


Any good or commodity, transported from one country to another country in a legitimate fashion, typically for use in trade. Export goods or services are provided to foreign consumers by domestic producers.



EXPORT PROCEDURE 
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 Shipping Bill to be submitted by Exporter
 Excise formalities at the time of Export 
 Duty drawback formalities 
 G R / SDF / SOFTEX Form under FEMA 
 Other documents required for export
 RCMC certificate from Export Promotion Council 
 Check in customs
 Examination of goods before export
 Let Export Order by Customs Authorities
 Processing under EDI system
 Conveyance to leave on written order
 Other Customs Procedures 

Tools

13 INCO TERMS

Are also referred to as Terms of Sale and are standardized trade definitions.
Most commonly used in international contracts, thus reflected on the sales invoice.
Ensure buyers and sellers understand each other's expectations and responsibilities.
Were created by the ICC (International Chamber of Commerce, and are protected by ICC copyright.
Are reviewed every 10 years and regularly updated to keep pace with the ever-changing world of
international trade. Latest edition is the inco-terms 2000.

The seller's obligation is fulfilled when the buyer has been notified, and the goods (suitably packed for export) are available to the buyer, at the named place within the time specified.
The buyer is responsible for all costs and risks, including the loading of the goods from the named/specified point.
The buyer is responsible to arrange the entire contract of carriage of the goods (pre-carriage, main-carriage, on-carriage).
The buyer is responsible for the export clearance of the goods. This term should not be used when the buyer cannot carrier out the export formalities directly or indirectly.
The buyer is responsible for the import clearance of the goods.

Seller's obligation ends when they delivers the goods, cleared for export, to the carrier (any mode of transport) nominated by the buyer at the named place.
The buyer must contract at his own expense the carriage of the goods from the named place.
However, if it is requested by the buyer or if it is commercial practice and they buyer does not give instructions to the contrary in due time, the seller may contract for carriage at the buyer's risk and expense.
Buyer must clear the goods for import.

The seller's obligation is fulfilled when the buyer has been notified and the goods have passed over the ship's rail on board the vessel, at the named port. (technically, the seller would be responsible for U.S. Terminal Handling when using this term, so if the seller does not intend to deliver the goods across the ship's rail, the FCA term should be used)
The buyer is responsible for all costs and risks associated with the goods after they have passed over the ship's rail and loaded on board the ship, at the named port.
The buyer is responsible to arrange for the carriage of the goods from the named port of shipment (the main-carriage and on-carriage).
The seller is required to arrange for the export clearance of the goods.
The buyer is responsible to arrange for the import clearance of the goods.

The seller's responsibility is fulfilled when the goods are delivered to a carrier, pass the ship's rail, the contract of carriage is arranged, freight prepaid, to the named port, and insurance is obtained on the cargo.
The buyer is responsible for all risks associated with the goods after they have passed the ship's rail to be loaded on board the vessel, as well as the costs and risks related to the goods (receipt of the goods from the carrier) in the importing country.
The seller is responsible to arrange for the pre-carriage and main-carriage of the goods.
The seller is responsible for the export clearance of the goods.
The buyer is responsible for the import clearance of the goods.

The seller's obligation is fulfilled when the goods have been made available to the buyer at the named place of destination – uncleared for importation.
The buyer is responsible for all costs and risks associated with the goods upon importation at the named place of destination.
The seller is required to arrange for the entire contract of carriage (pre-carriage, main-carriage, on-carriage) to the named place of destination.
The seller is required to arrange for the export clearance of the goods.
The buyer is responsible for the import clearance of the goods, including the payment of any applicaSble duties, taxes and fees.

The seller's obligation is fulfilled when the goods have been made available to the buyer at the named place of destination – cleared for importation.
The buyer is responsible to take delivery of the goods from the named place of destination.
The seller is required to arrange for the entire contract of carriage (pre-carriage, main-carriage, on-carriage) to the named place of destination.
The seller is required to arrange for the export clearance of the goods.
The seller is required to arrange for the import clearance of the goods, including the payment of any applicable duties, taxes and fees.

Seller's obligation and risk to deliver the goods alongside the vessel at the named port of shipment.
Seller must clear the goods for export.
Term used for sea or inland waterway transport only.
Buyer is responsible for all costs and risks to transport the goods to the destination once cargo is delivered alongside the vessel.
Buyer bears all additional costs as a result of vessel delay or refusal of goods for loading.
Buyer must clear the goods for import at final destination.

The buyer is responsible for all risks associated with the goods after they have passed the ship's rail to be loaded on board the vessel, as well as the costs and risks related to the goods (receipt of the goods from the carrier) in the importing country.
The seller's obligation is fulfilled when the goods are delivered to a carrier, pass the ship's rail, and the contract of carriage is arranged, freight prepaid, to the named port.
The seller is responsible to arrange for the pre-carriage and main-carriage of the goods.
The seller is responsible for the export clearance of the goods.
The buyer is responsible for the import clearance of the goods.

The seller's responsibility is fulfilled when the goods are delivered to a carrier, pass the ship's rail, the contract of carriage is arranged, freight prepaid, to the named place of destination.
The buyer is responsible for all risks associated with the goods after they have been delivered to the named place of destination, as well as the costs and risks related to the goods (receipt of the goods from the carrier) in the importing country, including insurance.
The seller is responsible to arrange for the pre-carriage and main-carriage of the goods.
The seller is responsible for the export clearance of the goods.
The buyer is responsible for the import clearance of the goods.

The seller's obligation is fulfilled when the goods are delivered to a carrier, and the contract of carriage is arranged, freight prepaid – the named place of destination, and insurance is obtained on the cargo.
The buyer is responsible for all costs and risks associated with the goods after receipt by the carrier – prior to loading on board the vessel or aircraft, as well as the costs and risks related to the goods (receipt of the goods from the carrier) upon arrival in the importing country.
The seller is responsible to arrange for the pre-carriage and main carriage of the goods.
The seller is responsible for the export clearance of the goods.
The buyer is responsible for the import clearance of the goods.

The seller's obligation ends when they have delivered the goods to the disposal of the buyer on the arriving means of transport not unloaded, cleared for export, but not cleared for import and the named point and place at the frontier but before the customs border of the adjoining country.
The buyer is responsible for customs clearance, duties, taxes, and delivery to final destination at the country of import.
When delivery is to take place in the port of destination, on board a vessel, or on the quay (wharf), the DES or DEQ terms should be used.

The seller's obligation ends when they have delivered the goods to the disposal of the buyer on board the ship, cleared for export, but not cleared for import but delivered the named port of destination before discharging.
The buyer is responsible for customs clearance at the country of import and all charges for discharging off the ship (Destination Unloading, Terminal Handling and/or Container Service Charges-CSC)
If the seller is also to be responsible for discharging the goods off the ship, then the DEQ term should be used.

The seller's obligation ends when they have delivered the goods to the disposal of the buyer on board the ship, cleared for export, but not cleared for import but delivered the named port of destination after discharging goods off the vessel at the quay (wharf).
The buyer is responsible to clear the goods for import and pay for all formalities, duties, taxes, and other charges upon import.
If the seller is also to be responsible for delivering the goods past the quay to another place (warehouse, terminal, etc.) in our outside the port, the DDU or DDP terms should be used.

Any Mode: EXW, FCA, CPT, CIP, DAF, DDU, DDP Maritime and inland waterways only: FAS, FOB, CFR, CIF, DES, DEQ Shapiro Mission Statement It is the mission of Samuel Shapiro & Company, Inc. to achieve, manage and deliver the highest quality of personalized customer service in all facets of international/domestic transportation and logistics. We will utilize the knowledge of our skilled employees, our three generations of experience, our expertise in compliance, and our cutting-edge technological tools, individually tailored to our client's needs, to achieve this goal.
We will maintain the ethical and professional standards established by Samuel Shapiro in 1915, and strive to be a model corporate citizen. We will continue to foster a culture of excellence among our employees, always conscious of our responsibilities to our clients, our Company philosophy, and the communities in which we live.
Actual loading quantities subject to sample test. Further information on request.




DISTANCE CALCULATOR


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METRIC CONVERSION


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SHIPPING GLOSSARY


Are also referred to as Terms of glossary of shipping.


Glossary

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WORLD AIR PORTS


World's available air ports.


Air Ports

WORLD TIME


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World Time

Contact Us

Connect the Hawkeye Logistics world with ease.

Phone : RANJIT BHANUSHALI: +91 986 734 5452
               VIKRAM PATIL: +91 981 970 2221,+91 981 912 9481

Landline : +91 809 709 9001

Email : info@hawkeyelogistics.com

Registered Office : A-06 ANKITA NAGARI CO OP HSG. SOC. LTD. NEAR THAKURLI STATION, THAKURLI EAST DOMBIVALI, KALYAN, THANE MAHARASHTRA INDIA 421201.

Corporate Office : KAILASH ESPLANADE PREMISES, B-302, THIRD FLOOR, LBS MARG, OPP SHREYAS CINEMA, GHATKOPAR WEST, MUMBAI MAHARASHTRA INDIA 400086.


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