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Maritime knowledge-way of issuing orders (part 1) CNS Logistics

by:CNS     2021-04-05
Maritime knowledge-the way of issuing orders (on): 2018-07-09 14:43:00 (1) Electric discharge is a popular way of delivering goods that the shipper does not need to receive the bill of lading, and the consignee picks up the goods with the identity certificate form. Its operation is exactly the same as that of ordinary bill of lading delivery. The bill of lading replenishment and bill of lading confirmation stage are exactly the same, but there is a difference in the stage of receiving the bill of lading. Let’s listen to the following: the procedure of telex is actually very simple. Just fax it to the shipping company. Do not think that this is an ordinary application. It clearly states that you waive your right to receive the bill of lading. After signing and sealing, you don't want to ask the shipping company for the bill of lading. If you have already taken the bill of lading and want to change to telex release, you need to return the full set of bills of lading to the shipping company before filling in the telex release application. Of course, if you don’t pay, no one will do the teledischarge for you. The money to be paid is divided into two yuan, one is the teledischarge fee, our company is RMB115, I have not inquired about other companies; the second is all the prepaid fees , It can include document fee, terminal operation fee, CIF also includes ocean freight. Therefore, it is recommended that when applying for fax and telex, it is best to take the initiative to pass the water bill together. Needless to say the benefits of this. Let me tell you a good news. Now the shipping company does not need to send a telegram to send an email. You can ask the shipping company to send you a copy of the CC at the same time when you send the email, so that you can send the information of the telex at the first time Notify the consignee. Speaking of this, I think of a joke my colleague said when I first joined the company. I asked: Why can't some ports in Africa be telexed? Answer: Because there are always power outages. Under what circumstances will someone have to do telephony? For example, for goods in Southeast Asia, the bill of lading has not been properly matched, the goods have arrived at the port, and telex is very common; for example, because of various reasons, the bill of lading is late and the goods have arrived at the port, in order to avoid the goods at the port of destination. The storage fee cannot be selected by teledischarge; I want to remind you whether all countries can do teledischarge. According to my experience, Cuba, Venezuela, and Brazil are not allowed to do teledischarge. However, it is not so absolute. For example, at XX port, if your consignee is local, the shipping company’s agent at the destination port will reissue a bill of lading for the customer to clear the customs after receiving the telex notice. No way, you can't accept it! There are two common English words related to telephony: TELEX RELEASE (TLX RLS) and SURRENDER. TLX RLS is understood by Chinese people, but foreigners don’t seem to use the latter very often. The term SURRENDER is generally interpreted as 'submissionTherefore, it is recommended that you use the word SURRENDER carefully when dealing with shipping companies.
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