>>To remain secure we suggest to go for IEC but in your case, although IEC is not required as per latest Govt. policies but some of people still asking. Whenever your shipment arrives in India and if any problem comes related to IEC then write a letter on your company letterhead to The Deputy Commissioner Custom Courier Sell regarding this. E.g. I’m registered under GST and have GSTIN (). As par new circular http://dgft.gov.in/Exim/2000/TN/TN17/TN0918.pdf, my PAN will act as IEC. I don’t have separate IEC number. I request you to kindly release my shipment.