We have to supply the material to one of our customer with nil ED against form CT1 & ARE1. We are not excise registered hence taking the CT1 and ARE1 in the name of our sub-vendors from our customer. We are placing two seperate orders on our two vendors ( Say "A" and "B"). Where Vendor "A" is manufacturing the material & sending it to Vendor "B"where Vendor "B' will do his work. "A" vendor is issueing his excise invoice with Excise duty where buyer is we and consignee is "B" vendor. "B" Vendor will dispatch the material to our customer with Nil ED against form CT1 and ARE1. "B" Vendor will issue Excise invoice where we will be Buyer and our consignee will be our Customer.
Can "B" vendor avail cenvat credit based on the excise invoice issued by "A" Vendor to us?
Your query is not very clear
However, I will try to give some inputs
1. When A is giving invoice to B as consignee on Account of your company and presumed that the activity carried out B is amount to manufacture. then in that case B can avail the credit which will be ajusted subsequently when the export is completed between you and the Vendor B