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The difference between Via and In transit to (Part 2) CNS Logistics

by:CNS     2021-04-16
The difference between Via and In transit to (below): 2018-05-26 09:11:00 2) 'In transit to' clause: The original meaning of 'In transit to' is also 'transit toTransportation, and Consignee will continue to transport the goods without clearing customs and paying taxes. This is also the advantage of CNEE's stipulation of this clause. Note: When using this clause, the destination customs must see the relevant clause on the shipping company manifest (manifest) (that is, M/F (u003dmanifest), the ticket and cargo remarks column should have the words 'in transit to') before allowing Consignee In the case of not clearing customs and paying taxes, the goods continue to be transported, and there must be a relevant display on the B/L. Example: Trade contract or transportation contract stipulates: Shipment from Shenzhen to Arica in transit to Bolivia Note: Bolivia in South America is a landlocked country adjacent to Chile (Chile, coastal country), and most of Bolivia’s imports are shipped by ship Chile’s Main Ports (Arica) or Iquique (Iquique) will be transferred to the destination of Bolivia by land. Importers in Bolivia often use the above 'in transit to' clauses to ensure that they do not clear customs and pay taxes in Chile and continue their shipments. It should be emphasized that in the above example, the carrier is only responsible for Arica, and the consignee is responsible for the land transportation from Arica to Bolivia. Note 1: In the above example, if the 'in transit to Bolivia' is removed and it becomes: 'Shipment from Shenzhen to AricaIt will be deemed that the importing country is Chile, and the consignee in Bolivia needs to submit the goods from Chile, modify the M/F (manifest), B/L, pay the warehouse fee, customs declaration fees and customs duties, and then transport the goods by land to the destination, just like from Imports from Chile are the same. Note 2: In the above example, if it is changed to Shipment from Shenzhen to Bolivia via Arica, the carrier shall be responsible for the entire transportation from Shenzhen to Bolivia CNEE’S DOOR (consignee). Note 3: A clause related to 'in transit to' is the OCP applied to North America. Example: A shipment is transported from Yantian to Vancouver, Canada under OCP terms, and then transported by land to Montjur after unloading. The trade price term is Cu0026F, then: the relevant column on B/L is displayed as follows: Vancouver OCP is displayed in Port of Discharge , It displays Montereal in the Final Destination column, and In transit to Montereal in the Description of Goods column. (Please refer to the North American line business section below). In the example of Shipment from Shenzhen to Arica in transit to Bolivia, the relevant columns on B/L are shown as follows: POL fills in Shenzhen; port of discharge fills in Arica; place of delivery fills in Bolivia; final destination also fills in Bolivia. (The content comes from the Internet, for reference only)
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