Chartering terms query

Name: Ranjit Ajgaonkar Email: ranjit.ajgaonkar@gmail.com Ask your question here..: GOOD DAY ! We all know about common load/disrate terms such as 8000 mt pd shex eiu or uu etc.. But what does it exactly means when the C/P states per day load/disrate CD (Customory Despatch) or COP (Custom of Port) ?? Having agreed to such…

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Errors on a Bill of Entry – South African customs context

Name: Rachael Email: Rachael.rachaelf@gmail.com Ask your question here..: Hi Where errors have to be corrected on a bill of entry that has already been processed by customs, a VOC must be completed by the importer or his / her agent. Please help me with the procedure in detail in terms of a practical example. Thanks.

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Question about TO ORDER bill of lading

Name: MUNUSWAMY Email: munuswamys@gmail.com Ask your question here..: The consignee name in the Bill of lading is shown as “TO ORDER” can we issue the delivery order by collecting all the three originals from the consignee. if not then what is the alternative solution to help the consignee.

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Question from Ranjit Ajgaonkar-20130115

Name: Ranjit Ajgaonkar Email: ranjit.ajgaonkar@gmail.com Ask your question here..: What are the dangers whilst tackling a Switch B/L (High Seas Trade) ? What precautions should a carrier or his agents take prior agreeing to sign/release a High Seas Switch B/L ? Are there regulations enforced by any state/s legally prohibiting practice of Switch B/L ?…

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