Case Law Details

Case Name : Re. M/s Delta Power Solutions India Pvt. Ltd. (AAR Delhi)
Appeal Number : Application No. AAR/44/CE-I/08/2009
Date of Judgement/Order : 30/09/2011
Related Assessment Year :
Courts : Advance Rulings

In Re Delta Power Solutions India Pvt. Ltd. (AAR)- In the present case there is no transformation that brings about a fundamental change in the character and use of the goods. The name remains the same (i.e. accumulator, although an assembly of batteries is called a battery bank), the character and usage remain the same (i.e. provide direct current to an appliance though of differing magnitude etc.) Applying the tests specified by the Apex Court, it cannot be said that a new article has emerged having a different name, character or usage.

The activities undertaken do not amount to “manufacture”for the purpose of levy of excise duty.  In the circumstances, we are of the view that the activities performed at the Chennai facility of the applicant in respect of imported battery cells as described in para 4 cannot be said to amount to “manufacture”under Section 3 of the Central Excise Act, 1944 and the ruling is given accordingly.

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