[Operation] Designated cargo circulation process and risk prevention (middle) CNS Logistics
[Operation] The circulation process and risk prevention of designated goods (middle): 2018-08-13 10:44:00 Then what is the relationship between B and D? Either the relationship between the parent company and the subsidiary company, or the relationship between the branch company, or the relationship between brother companies or agents, to put it bluntly, it is a strategic partnership. After A and B have contacted each other, they confirmed that the goods were ready, the ship was booked quickly, the shipment was arranged, and the two parties agreed with the bill of lading. The actual foreigner designated only the customs clearance forwarder at the port of destination, and the designated forwarder here is for the purpose The customs clearance agent in Hong Kong does not actually have any real relationship with foreigners. 2 Regarding the bill of lading issue, since it is FOB cargo, sea freight must be paid. That is to say, the sea freight and other goods are paid by C Scottish Danske Co., Ltd. after they arrive at the port. The shipping company issues the MASTER BILL with Company B. The shipper and consignee are shown on the bill of lading (English) SHIPPER: Qingdao Dayang International Cargo Co., Ltd. CONSIGNEE: Scottish International Cargo Co., Ltd. Then, Company B then According to the master bill of lading (MASTER BILL) issued a house bill of lading (HOUSE BILL), the shipper and consignee on the bill of lading are displayed like this (in English) SHIPPER: Qingdao Sincere Trading Co., Ltd. CONSIGNEE: Scottish Dansk Co., Ltd. The information of shipper consignee is simply changed, and other information such as the port of departure and destination of the container volume remains unchanged. This not only guarantees the security of the information but also achieves the purpose of controlling the bill of lading. Then, after A company has paid all the local FOB expenses, company B will send the forwarding bill of lading to company A. Company B will send the owner’s bill of lading to Company D after the expenses have been settled with Company D. In this way, the real owner’s bill of lading is in the hands of Company D. Company C will pay the remaining payment to Company A, and Company A will forward the bill of lading to Company A. Give it to Company C, and then Company C uses the forwarder bill of lading to change the owner's bill of lading to Company D. After Company C pays the freight to Company D, Company D will give the owner's bill of lading to Company C, and then Company C relies on the owner of the ship. The bill of lading went to the shipping company to exchange the bill of lading and went to the terminal to clear the goods and pick up the goods. This is a complete FOB cargo operation process to specify the profit of the cargo. Some foreign buyers may reduce logistics costs and control the cargo, so most of them talk about FOB terms. That is to say, most customers will appoint a freight forwarder to handle matters in the transportation process. Although the designation of the freight forwarder will save the exporter a lot of trouble in the work, it is because the customer specifies that there is often a certain risk invisibly. Only by properly handling the cooperation with designated freight forwarders can we get convenience on the basis of obtaining legitimate interests. Even for CIF, its profit is negligible after countless rounds of battles. In fact, it is almost the same as a trailer declaration for FOB cargo, because a few dollars and tens of dollars are actually negligible.