Multinational logistics ocean bill of lading front fill in the main notes
When our VIPU Supply Chain international logistics is entrusted by a customer to conduct multinational logistics sea and air transportation, because we need to fill in various English versions of customs documents, we often encounter customers who do not understand English and ask how to fill it out. Today, the editor will start to sort out some main points for attention when filling in various documents during customs declaration, so that you can fill in various documents easily without asking for help. Ocean bill of lading is a required document for shipping furniture and other items in cross-border logistics. Although the style of the bill of lading of each shipping company is different, it is similar, and the key information involved in it will appear. The editor today will give a detailed interpretation of the shipping submission of a well-known domestic shipping company. The details are as follows: (1) Shipper (SHIPPER), generally the beneficiary in the letter of credit. If the issuer is required to do the first for trade needs Three bills of lading (THIRDPARTY B/L) can also be followed. (2) Consignee (CONSIGNEE), if a named bill of lading is required, you can fill in the specific consignee company or the name of the consignee; if it is an instruction bill of lading, fill in 'instruction' (ORDER) or 'instruction' ( TO ORDER); if you need to specify the instructor on the bill of lading, you can make “TO ORDER OF SHIPPER”, “TO ORDER OF CONSIGNEE” or “TO ORDER OF CONSIGNEE” according to different requirements. Bank instructions' (TO ORDER OF XX BANK). (3) Notified party (NOTIFY PARTY), this is the recipient of the shipping company's delivery notice when the goods arrive at the port of destination, sometimes the importer. The bill of lading under the letter of credit, such as the bill of lading on the letter of credit When the notified party has the right to specify, it must be filled in strictly according to the requirements of the letter of credit. If it is a registered bill of lading or a consignee instructs a bill of lading, and the consignee has a detailed address, this column does not need to be filled in. If it is a blank instruction For bills of lading or shipper’s instructions, the name and detailed address of the person to be notified must be filled in this column, otherwise the ship will not be able to contact the consignee, and the consignee will not be able to declare and pick up the goods in time, or even be confiscated for exceeding the customs declaration time . [Shipping company ocean bill of lading style] (4) Bill of lading number (B/L NO), usually listed in the upper right corner of the bill of lading, to facilitate work contact and verification. When the shipper sends a shipping notice (SHIPMENT ADVICE) to the consignee, Also specify the name of the ship and the bill of lading number. (5) NAME OF VESSEL, the name of the ship on which the cargo is loaded and the number of voyage should be filled in. (6) PORT OF LOADING, the specific name of the actual port of loading should be filled in. (7) Port of discharge (PORT OF DISCHARGE), fill in the name of the port where the cargo is actually discharged. If it is a transshipment, the port of discharge on the first voyage bill of lading should be filled with the port of transshipment, and the consignee should fill in the second voyage shipping company; Fill in the above-mentioned transshipment port for the loading port of the voyage bill of lading, and the final destination port for the unloading port. If the first voyage shipping company issues a THROUGH B/L, then the port of discharge can be filled with the final port of destination. And the name of the second voyage ship. If transshipping through a port, the words 'VIA XX' should be displayed. When using container transportation, the current use of 'COMBINED TRANSPORT B/L' (COMBINED TRANSPORT B/L) is not included on the bill of lading. Port, outside the port of unloading, also specify the 'place of receipt' (PLACE OF RECEIPT), 'place of delivery' (PLACE OF DELIVERY) and 'PRE-CARRIAGE BY' (PRE-CARRIAGE BY), 'shipping ship name and Voyage' (OCEAN VESSEL, VOY NO). Fill in the port of discharge, and pay attention to the issue of the port of the same name. If it is a port bill of lading, please indicate it in this column. (8) The name of the goods (DISCRIPTION OF GOODS), the name of the goods under the letter of credit must be consistent with the provisions on the letter of credit. (9) NUMBER AND KIND OF PACKAGES (NUMBER AND KIND OF PACKAGES) should be filled out according to the actual packaging of the box. (10) SHIPPING MARKS. If there are provisions in the credit, it must be filled in according to the regulations, otherwise it can be filled out according to the marks on the invoice. (11) GROSS WEIGHT, MEASUREMENT, unless otherwise specified in the credit, the gross weight of the goods is generally listed in kilograms, and the volume of the goods is listed in cubic meters. The above are some of the points that you will encounter when filling in the ocean bill of lading. The editor lists the precautions one by one according to the order of filling out. I hope it will be helpful to your international logistics itinerary. VIPU Supply Chain International Logistics provides professional international logistics services for immigrants and international students all the year round. If you have any needs, please call our hotline.
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