Foreign exporters selling their commodities to our country love to access import data India as it helps them to review the names of prospective buyers. Those dealing in exports imports trading are fully aware of the benefits of authentic import data. If collected from genuine sources like Customs offices or the export import data companies like Infodrive India, this data can help traders to propel their business to new heights.

The database companies collect import data India from the different ports of the country and then compile it in the form of useful information to be accessed by their subscribers. Most of the database companies try to cover all importers who have brought in goods from the major Indian ports including JNPT, Nhavasheva, Bombay Port Trust ( BPT ), Bombay Air ( Mumbai ), Mulund, Chennai ( Madras ) Sea and Air , Delhi Tughlakabad ( TKD ), Delhi Patparganj, Delhi IGI Airport, Kolkata Sea and Air, Haldia, Bangalore Sea and Bangalore ICD, Vishakhapatnam Sea ( Vizag ), Kandla, Mundra, Tuticorin, Cochin, Ludhiana, Jaipur etc. Therefore one can honestly say that the export import data provided by these companies is totally genuine containing factual information delivered right from the ports.

Besides offering database services, these companies offer other information as well, which is very helpful for the international traders. One such service offered by them is the import duty calculator. This an online applications offered by the database companies that enables the traders to access the actual figures of import duty charges. Such exact duty amount provided by the import duty calculator helps the traders to analyze their actual expenses involved in a particular trade deal and calculate their exact profit share. The import duty calculator is a very simple application that asks the users to fill in several details that are already known to the user. This information includes ‘fill in boxes’ with fields like CIF value in INR (Rs), percentage of Basic duty of customs, Percentage of basic duty Pref, percentage of Additional duty of Customs (CVD) (including Cess, if any), Percentage of Central Excise Education Cess, Percentage of Customs Education Cess, and percentage of special additional duty of Customs (Special CVD) (if any).  After inserting all the known value fields, the trader just needs to click the “Calculate Customs Duty” option to calculate Total Customs Duty levied on import of particular goods to India.

It is worth mentioning here that the paid services of database companies are very reasonable and one can easily subscribe their services without bothering much about the expenses. In fact most of them offer different subscription plans so that the users can choose one according to their convenience. Paid services include global export import data that can be easily accessed from any part of the world at any time after the subscription. These companies provide the much required information bridge to transverse the distance between different countries.