As a freight forwarder, the shipping regulations of 26 countries must not be mistaken! (1) CNS Logistics
As a freight forwarder, the shipping regulations of 26 countries must not be mistaken! (1): 2018-09-06 10:13:00 Different countries have different requirements and regulations on the import and export of goods. We must understand the details of each country’s import and export, so that we will not release it at a critical time. problem. 1. Countries that need to declare AMS The United States, Canada, Mexico, and the Philippines (Among them, the United States does not need to declare ISF. It must be provided to the U.S. Customs 48 hours before sailing, otherwise there will be a fine of USD5000 and AMS fee of $25/ticket. If you modify it 40 USD/ticket). Since July 1, 2016, all goods imported into the Philippines must be declared AMS in advance. In addition to the original EBS, CIC will add an additional AMS surcharge. For goods to the Philippines, AMS must be declared in advance. 2. For all EU member states that need to declare ENS, the fee for ENS is US$25-35 per ticket. Third, the wooden packaging needs to be fumigated countries Australia, the United States, Canada, South Korea, Japan, Indonesia, Malaysia, the Philippines, Israel, Brazil, Chile, Panama Fourth, the countries that need a certificate of origin Cambodia, Canada, the United Arab Emirates, Doha, Bahrain, Saudi Arabia, Egypt, Bangladesh, Sri Lanka. 1. The final consignee in Indonesia must have import and export rights, otherwise the import cannot be cleared. Therefore, it will take about one month to modify the bill of lading. 2. All goods imported from Saudi Arabia to Saudi Arabia must be shipped on pallets and the country of origin and mark must be printed on the packaging. And since February 25, 2009, all goods arriving at the port that violate this regulation and are not shipped on pallets will be fined SAR1,000 (US$267)/20’ and SAR1,500 (US$400)/40’ respectively. By the guests themselves. 3. Brazil 1. Only three originals of a full set of bills of lading are accepted and cannot be modified. The amount of freight must be displayed on the bill of lading (only US dollars or Euros can be used). Telephone, address); 2. The CNPJ number of the consignee must be displayed on the bill of lading (the consignee must be a registered company), and the consignee must be a company registered in the destination customs; 3. No Pay on delivery, you can't charge more at the port of destination, and the wooden packaging needs to be fumigated, so the LCL quotation needs more attention. 4. Mexico 1. To declare the AMS bill of lading, the product code must be displayed, and the AMS information and packing list invoice must be provided; 2. Notify displays the third-party notifier, generally a freight forwarding company or CONSIGNEE agent; 3. SHIPPER shows the real The shipper and CONSIGNEE display the real consignee; 4. The product name cannot display the general name, but the detailed product name must be displayed; 5. The number of pieces: the detailed number of pieces is required. For example: 1PALLET has 50 cartons of goods, not only 1 PLT, it must display 1 pallet containing 50 cartons; 6. The bill of lading must show the origin of the goods, and the bill of lading changes to the bill of lading after the ship is opened, resulting in a fine of at least USD200. 5. Chile Chile does not accept telex bill of lading, and wooden packaging must be fumigated. 6. Panama does not accept telex bills of lading. Wooden packaging must be fumigated. Packing lists and invoices must be provided; goods transferred via COLON FREEZONE to Panama (PANAMA) must be stacked and can be used by forklifts. Yes, the weight of a single piece cannot exceed 2000KGS. 7. The amount of freight must be shown on the Colombian bill of lading (only US dollars or Euros can be used). 8. Regardless of FOB or CIF conditions in India, regardless of whether the bill of lading is 'TOORDER OF SHIPPERAs long as the Indian customer’s name is displayed on the bill of lading) and IGM (import cargo manifest), you have lost the cargo rights, regardless of whether the bill of lading is in your hand, so be sure to pay 100% in advance as much as possible.