The India–Nepal border is an open international border running between India and Nepal. The 1,770 km long border includes the Himalayan territories as well as Indo-Gangetic Plain.

 

There are several major border crossings that the Indian Integrated Check Posts (ICP) use for processing cargo customs and immigration entry for citizens of third countries. These are, from west to east:

Banbasa in Champawat district, Uttarakhand, India - Kanchanpur District, Sudurpashchim Province, Nepal

Rupaidiha in Bahraich district, Uttar Pradesh - Nepalganj in Banke District, Nepal

Sonauli in Maharajganj district, Uttar Pradesh, India - Belahia, Siddharthanagar in Rupandehi District, Nepal

Raxaul in East Champaran district, Bihar, India - Birgunj, Nepal (also known as the 'Gateway of Nepal')

Bhitthamore in Sitamarhi district, Bihar, India - Malibara, Jaleshwar in Mahottari District, Nepal

Jogbani in Araria district, Bihar, India - Biratnagar, Nepal

Panitanki in Darjeeling district, West Bengal, India - Kakarbhitta, Nepal

We connect Nepal to the entire world via Kolkata Port, West Bengal, India

 

We can move your containerised cargo from anywhere in the world to Kolkata port and directly to the Inland Container Depot in Birgunj from where, our local office in Birgunj will receive your cargo, clear the customs and deliver the same by road to any place in Nepal

 

We can also move your breakbulk, heavy and ODC cargo from anywhere in the world to Kolkata port and to the respective borders, from where, our local offices will receive your cargo, clear the customs and deliver the same by road to any place in Nepal.

 

Similarly, we can move your general, breakbulk, heavy and ODC cargo from anywhere in India to the respective borders, from where, our local offices will receive your cargo, clear the customs and deliver the same by road to any place in Nepal.

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NEPAL

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 BHUTAN

 

The Bhutan–India border is the open international border separating Bhutan and India. The border is 699 km (434 m) long, and adjoins the Indian states of Assam (267 km; 166 m), Arunachal Pradesh (217 km; 135 m), West Bengal (183 km; 114 m), and Sikkim (32 km; 20 m).

 

The border starts in the west at the western tripoint with Tibet, China, proceeding from there broadly southwards across Mount Gipmochi and down to the Jaldhaka River. It then utilises this river for a period before turning south-westwards and then east via a series of irregular overland lines that broadly follow the foothills of the Himalayas, notably Dangme Chhu peak. It then turns to the north, turns west near Sakteng, briefly utilising the Tawang Chu and Nyamjang Chu, before turning north up to the eastern Chinese tripoint.

 

The border between Bhutan and India is the only land access into entering Bhutan, as the border with China is completely closed. The single entry point for foreign nationals is between the towns of Jaigaon, Alipurduar subdivision, Alipurduar District in the Indian state of West Bengal and Phuntsholing, in South West Bhutan.

 

We connect Bhutan to the entire world via Kolkata Port, West Bengal, India

 

We can move your general, breakbulk, heavy and ODC cargo from anywhere in the world to Kolkata port and to the respective border at Jaigaon, from where, our local office will receive your cargo, clear the customs and deliver the same by road to any place in Bhutan.

 

Similarly, we can move your general, breakbulk, heavy and ODC cargo from anywhere in India to the respective border at Jaigaon, from where, our local office will receive your cargo, clear the customs and deliver the same by road to any place in Bhutan.

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BANGLADESH

 

Bangladesh and India share a 4,096-kilometre-long international border, the fifth-longest land border in the world and the transport between India and Bangladesh bears much historical and political significance for both countries
 

Designated Integrated Check Posts (ICP, with both customs and immigration facilities) and Land Customs Stations (LCS) are: 
 

Assam

Mankachar Land Customs Stations(India) and Rowmari post (Bangladesh)

Karimganj–Beanibazar Upazila via Sutarkandi integrated checkpost crossing on NH37(India) and Sheola post (Bangladesh)

Karimganj Steamer and Ferry Station (KSFS) Land Customs Stations(India) and Zakiganj post (Bangladesh)

West Bengal

Kolkata–Dhaka via Petrapole integrated checkpost crossing

Malda–Rajshahi via Mahadipur crossing

Changrabandha integrated checkpost

Hili

Meghalaya

Bagmara Land Customs Stations (India) and Bijoyour post (Bangladesh)

Borsara Land Customs Stations(India) and Borsara post (Bangladesh)

West Garo Hills–Bakshiganj via Mahendraganj crossing on NH12

Tura–Nalitabari via Dalu crossing on NH217(India) and Nakugaon post (Bangladesh)

Shillong–Sylhet via Dawki integrated checkpost crossing (India) and Tamabil post (Bangladesh)

Tripura

Agartala–Dhaka via Agartala integrated checkpost (India) and Akhaura checkpost crossing

Santirbazar–Feni via Santirbazar integrated border checkpost road and railway crossing in South Tripura district

Mizoram

Kawarpuchiah integrated checkpost

We can move your general, breakbulk, heavy and ODC cargo from anywhere in India to the respective borders, from where, our local offices will receive your cargo, clear the customs and deliver the same by road to any place in Bangladesh.

 

We can also move your cargo in bulk quantities from anywhere in India to Kolkata Port, from where, our local offices will receive your cargo, clear the customs and deliver the same by barges and multimodal transport operations to any place in Bangladesh.