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                                                    NoticE to coNSigNEES
                                              YaNg MiNg liNE (iNDia) PVt ltD
                                                      cargo arriVal NoticE
                                                 MVSl - Sol ProgrESS   VoY - 2305N
            The above vessel has expected to arrive at Kolkata on 21.03.2023 carrying transhipment cargo from Singapore under below mentioned bills of
            lading Nos.
            YMLuS232158530   YMLuS226016501   YMLuS226016569    YMLuS232159000   YMLuS226016416    YMLuS232159062

            YMLuS226016454   YMLuS232158510   YMLuS226016561    YMLuS226016572   YMLuS232159069    YMLuS226016551
                                                                                 YMLuS226016626    YMLuS226016434
            YMLuS221003683   YMLuS226016430   YMLua011035972    YMLuS226016563
                                                                                 YMLuS226016522    YMLuS236145526
            YMLuS226016514   YMLuS232159039   YMLuS226016414    YMLua012058428
                                                                                 YMLuS232158725    YMLuS224001565
            YMLuS226016553   YMLuS226016519   YMLuS232159053    YMLuS226016412
                                                                                 YMLuS226016431    YMLuS226016523
            YMLuS232158585   YMLuS226016570   YMLuS226016494    YMLuS232159068
                                                                                 YMLuS232159115    YMLuS226016442
            YMLuS226016415   YMLuS232158509   YMLuS226016562    YMLuS226016586
                                                                                 YMLuS226016550    YMLuS236145375
            YMLuS232159022   YMLuS226016432   YMLua011037087    YMLuS226016564   YMLuS232158901    YMLuS226016465

            YMLuS226016533   YMLuS232159023   YMLuS226016413    YMLuS232158878   YMLuS226016425    YMLuS226016552
                  Consignees are requested to contact us to obtain delivery order on production of endorsed Original bills of Lading and payment of
           relevant charges.
                  As per KOPT notification TFC/GZZY/241/CFS dated 16/08/2010 regarding removal of FCL containers to CFS.Containers will be removed
           from port to our nominated CFS at Kolkata at entire risk and expenses of consignees.
                  in case of hazardous cargoes consignees are requested to take delivery directly from vessel’s hook point failing which it will be removed
           to our nominated CFS of retain on board of the vessel and all related charges would be on consignee’s account.
                  The company is not bound to send individual notice to consignees.
                                                           as agents :
                                              YaNg MiNg liNE (iNDia) PVt ltD
                                              “hastings Chambers”, 7C, Kiran Shankar roy road,
                                                        2nd Floor, Kolkata-70001.
                                                  Tel : 033 4084 2824 / 2822 & 2248 0057
                                                      E-mail ID : kol-impdoc@yml.in
               Manufacturing growth continues in Q4 supported by

            better capacity utilisation & investment outlook: Survey

              Exim News Service      books as 52% of the respon-  of manufacturers for Q4 Jan.-  22.  Furthermore,  only  about
               NEw DELhi, March 16  dents  in  Q3  Oct.-Dec.  2022-  March (2022-23) for eleven ma-  30% of the respondents expect
            With growth expected to  23  have  had  higher  number  jor sectors, namely, automotive  their exports to be higher in Q4
          continue for the indian manu-  of orders and demand condi-  &  auto  Components,  Capital  Jan.-Mar. 2022-23 as com-
          facturing sector in Jan.-March  tions continue to be optimistic  Goods, Cement,  Chemicals  pared to Q4 Jan.-Mar. 2021-22.
          Q4 2022-23, there are signs  in Q4 too.               and Pharmaceuticals, Elec-   hiring  outlook, though
          that cost pressure witnessed   There seems to be some  tronics, Machine  Tools, Metal  positive,  remains below  po-
          in the last many months  softening of cost pressures  & Metal Products, Paper Prod-  tential as only 32% of the
          seems to be softening a bit  on manufacturers in Q4,  ucts, Petrochemicals & Fertilis-  respondents were looking at
          for the sector, notes the latest  notes the survey. The cost of  ers, Textiles, apparels & Tech-  hiring additional workforce in
          FiCCi Manufacturing Survey.  production as a percentage of  nical Textiles, Textile Machinery  the next three months.
            This latest  quarterly sur-  sales for manufacturers has  and Miscellaneous.  respons-  average  interest rate  paid
          vey on manufacturing reveals  risen for 73% of respondents,  es were drawn from over 400  by manufacturers has increased
          that  after  experiencing  re-  which is lower than 94% as  manufacturing units in both  to 9.38% p.a. as against 8.37%
          vival  in  the  indian  economy  reported in the previous sur-  large and SME segments with  p.a. during the last quarter.
          in FY 2021-22, momentum of  vey. Nonetheless, high raw  a combined annual turnover of  Over 71% of the respondents
          growth  has  continued  in  the  material prices especially that  over rs 10 lakh crore.  reported that increase in repo
          subsequent quarters of FY  of steel, increased transpor-  capacity addition     rates in the last few months led
          2022-23 with some temporary  tation,  logistics  and  freight   & utilisation   to  a  consequential  increase  in
          effect of the global slowdown.  costs, and rise in the prices of   The existing average capac-  the lending rate by their banks,
          in Q3 Oct.-Dec. FY 2022-   crude oil and fuel have been  ity utilisation in  manufacturing  thereby increasing their cost of
          23, 58% of the respondents  the main contributors to the  is around 75%, which reflects  borrowing.
          reported  higher  production  increasing cost of production.  a sustained economic activity   Sectoral growth
          levels. Growth outlook contin-  The other  factors responsi-  in the sector. This is more than   based on expectations,
          ues, though lower sequential-  ble for escalating production  the 70% capacity utilisation re-  auto, capital goods, cement,
          ly. Further, around 50% of the  costs  include  enhanced  la-  ported in the previous survey.  electronics  &  petrochemi-
          respondents expect a higher  bour costs, high cost of carry-  the  outlook  for  exports  cals  &  fertilisers  sectors
          level of production in Q4 Jan.-  ing inventory, and fluctuation  seems to be waning as only  are  poised  to  see  strong
          Mar. 2022-23 with an average  in the foreign exchange rate.  about 36% of the respondents  growth.  The rest of the sec-
          increase in production in dou-  key sectors           reported higher exports in Q3  tors  are  expected  to  register
          ble digits.  This assessment   FiCCi’s latest quarterly sur-  Oct.-Dec. 2022-23 as com-  moderate to low growth in Q4
          is also reflective in the order  vey assessed the sentiments  pared to Q3 Oct.-Dec. FY 2021-  2022-23, said a release.
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