How is the e-Way Bill Used in Shipment?

Under GST, there is a rule for transporters where they need to carry this eWay Bill while they transfer their goods to different places with certain rules and conditions. In this, we are going to cover e-Way Bill topics which need to know if you are in the field of shipping goods. This e-Way Bill Solution will be helpful in many situations while you are transporting your goods from different places. There will be no issues if you have this bill to show as evidence while going to other places. 

 EWay Bill solution is one of the Electronic Waybill which were used for goods movement to generate this Bill Portal. The person who is registered with GST cannot move their goods in any kind of vehicle which is about value with Rs. 50,000 without this e-way bill. Also, this Eway bill solution can be canceled or generated via Android App, SMS and through site-to-site with the help of API. If this bill will be generated, a different EBN will be allocated for you and it will be available for the recipient, supplier, as well as transporter.

When This eWay Bill is Issued?

E-way bill is generated during the goods which are transferred through a vehicle which may value nearly Rs. 50,000. Most probably when they are in a relationship with one of the contractors to ‘supply’ their goods for various reasons.


  • Like due to ‘supply’ from inward unregistered person

  • Also for the purpose of supplying for different following reasons like:

  • The supply for payment in various business things.

  • A supply for the payment which might not be at the various business things.

  • A goods supply without payment. In other words ‘supply’ generally means: 

  • The goods sales and payment will also be made

  •  Branch transfers due to some reasons

  • The payment is done for the  goods rather than money

Who Can Generate This eWay Bill?

  • Registered Person – When it comes to Eway bill you should be generated during the transfer of goods when the payment is nearly value with Rs 50,000  who the person registered. The transporter or a registered person can select to carry this eway bill or carry even if the value of their good will be less than Rs 50,000.

  • Unregistered Persons – This person needs to generate this e-Way Bill. Here, where the transfer of goods will be done by this unregistered person towards the registered person, and they will be received to ensure those compliances which will be met by the supplier. 

  • Transporter – These persons carry the goods through air, road, rail, etc. required to generate this e-Way Bill solutions when the supplier will not generate this e-Way Bill.


Some Of The Situations Not Required This E-way bill:

When the transport mode will be a non-motor vehicle

In the case of goods transported at the areas like Customs port,  air cargo complex, airport or land customs to Inland Container Depot or Container Freight Station for clearance through Customs.

  • Goods transported through under customs seal or Customs supervision 
  • Goods transported  from one custom station to another like Customs Bond from ICD to Customs port.
  • Transfer of goods that affected by defense formation with Ministry of defense as a consignee or consignee
  •  Some Cargo containers which are Empty  may also be transported

These are the things you need to know about eWay Bill. If you are personally thinking of having this make sure to take e-Pod which is used as paper evidence to show while taking goods in the transport from one place to another. We hope this article will be helpful for you in the future when you want to know things. If you think this information is useful, make sure to share it with your friends.

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