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Shipping ppt

  1. 1. THIS IS A BRAND NAME UNDER THE COMPANY -
  2. 2. 1. Name and Address of the shipper. 2. Name and address of the consignee 3. Invoice date 4. Purchase order no. 5. Number of units, unit value, total value of each unit. 6. Total value of the shipment, including currency settlement. 7. Reason for export. 8. Number of packages and total weight of packages , etc. 9. terms of payment. 10.terms of delivery :
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  4. 4. This document is used by the customs to charge any applicable duties and taxes and is also used to provide accurate statistic data to the government. The company that fulfils an export declaration has to provide details such as: Detail of the goods, quantity, value, origin. Country of destination and entity receiving the goods. Detail of the exporter. Signed declaration of the exporter.
  5. 5.  Shipping bill- The shipping bill is prepared in the name of the exporter reflecting the goods, its quantity to be exported along with price. It can be prepared by the exporter or its agent. The shipping bill prepared should be entered in the data base of the Customs Authorities or their authorized representatives office for authentication / approval. It Is the CHA's job to file the shipping bill.  SDF - A document submitted to customs authorities by exporters verifying that shipping bills are accurate and complete. An exporter confirms on form SDF that the amount paid by the buyer is the same as the full export value stated on the shipping bill. Also called statutory declaration form.
  6. 6.  After these documents are ready the shipper gives the documents to the freight forwarder who hands over these documents to the CHA. The customs officials go through the documents assess them and after confirming that the documents are authentic they approve the shipment. The freight forwarder collects the shipment or cargo from the CHA and loads it onto the ship. It is the cha's job to clear the goods from the custom and hand it over to the freight forwarder. The freight forwarder has to Book a space in advance with the shipping line stating all the Cargo that needs to be transported. When the cargo is in possession with the shipping line, they give the shipper or the consignor the bill of lading.  Bill of Lading-it is a document which covers transport by sea Signed by the carrier or the freight forwarder. it serves as a receipt to the consignor for the goods, as evidence of the contract of transport containing the

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