Scotch Whisky Export to India

Question posted by Vik D, on behalf of AsterTec Services in RG1

Hello, I would like export Scotch Whisky to India from UK. What do I need to do to set this process?

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Vik D, on behalf of AsterTec Services in RG1.

We are looking for agents in India who can help us to set up a distribution network. Any help on this would be really appreciated.

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Jonathan Harrison, on behalf of Baroni Limited in CR2.

India is particularly difficult to break in to when it comes to alcohol, but we are able to assist if interested. Please let me know.

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Les Parfitt, on behalf of TMG Advisory P Ltd in TA8 1EZ.

Hi,
We would be very happy to help you locate suitable distribution agents for distribution of Scotch Whisky in India using our Food & Drink sector specialists. Please drop me a direct line to lparfitt@tmgadvisory.com or call me on 07989 973284 and we can discuss further your requirements.

Best regards,
Les Parfitt
TMG Advisory (UK)

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kiran sharma, on behalf of UK Trade & Investment India in India.

Hi Vik,

I work as a Senior Trade & Investment Adviser with UKTI in India.You may be aware, India is one of the largest consumer of scotch whisky and most of the leading scotch whisky brands have facilities to bottle in India.The import duty is 150 %, which is likely to reduce in near future.Whisky can be only by a company that has a licence of a bonded warehouse or is a diplomatic mission.We could help you with identifying a local partner/importer. This would fall under the chargeable services of UKTI.

If you wish to discuss further.You could call me on my mobile number +9711205442.

Kiraan

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Jonathan Harrison, on behalf of Baroni Limited in CR2.

Have you decided exactly what your expected outcomes are and how you want to penetrate the markets, and what sort of budgets have you put aside for this?

We are a UKTI partner, fully accredited, but in addition to having the badge and access to their global resources, more importantly we have our own Asia specific network of local, native business and government contacts. With over 30 years experience in these markets, we are more than able to assist you and share the risks, and support your business growth for as long as you want.

Let me know if interested.

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Ryan Beck, on behalf of BF Projects Limited in BT3.

Hi

My name is Ryan from BF Projects in Belfast we are a family run freight forwarding company, with Regular imports and export world wide every day, I would be glad to help with any rates you may require for exporting of the whiskey.

You can contact me on my below e-mail / contact numbers

Ryan@bfprojetcs.co.uk

02890371144

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Hi,

I'm Paul Woollard and I'm your local Director of Trade Finance at Santander based in Reading.

I can possibly help you with your exports to India, depending on amounts and volumes. Please give me a call and I'd be delighted to come and see you.

07803 376794

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HMRC Advisor, on behalf of HM Revenue & Customs in G67.

Information on the Customs requirements for exporting are given in HMRC Public Notice 275. Notices can be found on our website www.hmrc.gov.uk under Quick Links > Library > Official Statistics – Publications – Notices, Info Sheets & Other Reference Materials > Import, Export & International Trade. The Public Notices are in numerical order.

HM Revenue & Customs
Customs International Trade & Excise
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Hi Vik,

I'm looking to setup Whisky export business to India and If you are interested we can collaborate and setup a successful business. My family has a Alcohol Background business in South India and last month I was in India to assess the Scottish Whisky business potential opportunities, my initial feedback from market analysis is that Scotch Whisky Market in India has great potential.

Let me know if this is any interest to you.

Cheers,
Charan

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Kevin Dixie, on behalf of Fuelmywebsite in London.

Hi Vik

Should you wish to get help with localised reviews of the whisky once you have the distribution channels ready, please give us a shout, we have 55,000 global bloggers and have many bloggers in India, the reviews would certainly help market whisky out there and grow trust in the brand.

Thanks

Kevin

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Nitin Datta, on behalf of Kobalt Notaries Limited in SW10.

Hi Vik

I just saw your question on this site and I just registered on this site.

We have clients from India who will like to be connected to opportunities like you are requesting.

Our offices are based in Chelsea in London and please feel free to contact if you like to talk to me.

Regards
Nitin Datta

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Harry Bindloss, on behalf of StudentQuestion in OX1.

Hi all,
I am a student and for one of my Assignments i am having to write a short article for International Marketing. I have chosen Scotch Whiskey to India and i was wondering if anybody would be able to tell me any up to date rules and regulations as i have to write the article as if i am actually trying to export to India. Thank you for any help anyone could offer me.

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HMRC Advisor, on behalf of HM Revenue & Customs in G67.

Information on the Customs requirements for exporting is given in HMRC Public Notice 275. All notices can be viewed on the GOV.UK website at www.gov.uk by typing ‘Notice 275’ in the search box and selecting the following links from the search results: > Notice 275 “Customs export procedures” a guide to UK export procedures using the National Export System.

Further detailed information regarding exporting goods outside the EU can be found by using the following link https://www.gov.uk/exporting-goods-from-the-eu-to-a-third-country-outside-the-eu

HM Revenue & Customs
Customs International Trade & Excise
www.hmrc.gov.uk/contactus

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