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by:CNS     2021-04-01
A summary of the special requirements of Latin American ports for bills of lading: 2016-05-14 12:28:00 International shipping will often encounter bill of lading (BL) problems, regardless of export or import, different countries and different destination ports have inexhaustible requirements for bills of lading The same, especially developing countries such as most countries in South America, have special requirements for bills of lading. This article makes a more comprehensive summary of the bill of lading requirements in Latin America (including Central and South America), and the supplier can refer to it. In general, Latin American ports basically require original bills of lading, and do not accept Surrendered and Seaway Bills. →Mexico port: Shipper/Consignee/Notify's telephone/fax/Tax ID must be displayed on the ocean bill of lading. Telex and sea waybills are accepted, but the destination port is not accepted. →Guatemala port: Telex and sea waybill are not accepted, but the port of destination is accepted. → Honduras port: Telex and sea waybills are not accepted, only the original sea bill of lading is issued, and the destination port is accepted. →Port of El Salvador: Telex and sea waybill are not accepted, but the port of destination is accepted. → Port of Nicaragua: Telex and sea waybills are not accepted, but the port of destination is accepted. →Costa Rica port: freight must be shown on the ocean bill of lading, telex and sea waybills are not accepted, but the destination port is accepted. →Jamaica Port: Telex and sea waybill are accepted, but not at the port of destination. →Dominica Port: The freight must be displayed on the ocean bill of lading, and the Tax ID (NIT NO) of Shipper/Consignee/Notify, if the product name is tire, the chassis number and production date must be displayed on the ocean bill of lading. Telex and sea waybills are not accepted, only the original bill of lading is accepted, and the destination port is accepted. →Panama Port: Accept telex and sea waybills, and port of destination. →Puerto Rico port: Accept telex and sea waybill, and port of destination. →Venezuela port: Consignee/Notify Tax ID is required on the ocean bill of lading. Telex and sea waybills are not accepted. Only the original ocean bill of lading can be issued and the destination port is accepted. →Columbia Port: The name/address/telephone/fax/Tax ID (NITNO) of Consignee/Notify must be displayed on the ocean bill of lading. Consignee must be a local company in Colombia. Telex and ocean waybills are not accepted. Only the original ocean bill of lading must be issued and accepted. Place the order at the port of destination. →Ecuador port: Consignee/Notify Tax ID is required on the ocean bill of lading. Telex and sea waybills are not accepted, but the destination port is accepted. →Peru Port: The freight must be shown on the ocean bill of lading, only the original ocean bill of lading is accepted, and the destination port is accepted. →Brazil port: The freight must be shown on the ocean bill of lading, the Tax ID (CNPJ), HS Code, NCMNO. and tare weight of Consignee/Notify. Telex and sea waybills and the destination port are not accepted. Only the original ocean bill of lading is issued. →Chile port: The ocean bill of lading must show the sea freight, Consignee/Notify Tax ID, telex and sea waybills are not accepted, only the original ocean bill of lading is issued, and the destination port is accepted. →Argentina port: HS Code (NCM NO) must be displayed on the ocean bill of lading (multiple product names select the highest value). The customs stipulates that the ocean bill of lading must display the HS Code, and there will be a penalty if it is not displayed. Show Shipper/Consignee/Notify's full name, address, telephone/fax/Tax ID (CUIT NO), telex (surrendered) and sea waybill can not be used, only the original sea bill of lading can be issued, and the destination port is accepted. →Port of Paraguay: Accept telex and sea waybills and the port of destination. →Uruguayan port: The ocean bill of lading must display the 4-digit HS Code of all product names, the name, address, and tax number of the Shipper, the name, address, and tax number (RUT NO) of Consignee, and the name of Notify. Address, telephone number, tax number (RUT NO), telex and sea waybill are not accepted, but the destination port is accepted. Warm reminder: The policies are in constant dynamic changes. The above summary is for reference only. When discussing business or operations, it is recommended to consult foreign guests or agents at the port of destination.
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