I have an importation of hand sanitizer going to USA this is categorized a hazmat materials based on the customs regulation in USA, may I ask what are the permits needed for this shipments going to USA? Thank you
I think, there will be other container yards that can be possible to return the container immediately because there will be alloted time to return the container if you didnt return beyond the period of time there will be a detention charge of the container.
For me, to avoid delays in customs clearance, we need to indicate the full/complete description of items and be specific about what those items are and the purpose of items to avoid delay because some countries are very strict with the description.
In the Philippines, we never did have to be detailed regarding the delivery instruction. We will just only inform the trucking company via email or call regarding instructions for delivery of item. It was not indicated in the HBL.
The advantagd of consolidation of shipments is the process of combining several smaller shipments from different senders to reduce transport costs
Which is favorable to the importer. The goods are transported in one container, which allows for reducing the shipping freight and...
In my understanding, the receiver of goods (the buyer) pays the freight charges upon delivery of the goods. The buyer does not take ownership or liability for the goods until the cargo gets to the buyer's premises. Hope my information will give you information sir. Thank you
Yes, because in air shipment in philippines the standard process is that the original AWB will be pick up in airlines as requirement in customs. But we need to settle the freight charges and destination charges to them before we get the original.
A letter of credit or LC is a written document issued by the importer’s bank (opening bank) on importer’s behalf. Through its issuance, the exporter is assured that the issuing bank will make a payment to the exporter for the international trade conducted between both the parties.