Who is notify party

Who is a notify party in a shipment and what is their role..??

A Notify Party is one of the many parties involved in a shipment reflected in a Bill of Lading, forming an import part of the documentary process..

This article discusses the role of a Notify Party in a shipment and their importance..

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Shipper on bill of lading can be from a country different from port of loading – Yes or No

Shipper on bill of lading can be from a country different from port of loading – Yes or No..?? What is your opinion and what is the regulation in your country..?? Participate in this short poll and let us find out..

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Shipped on board stamp

Shipped on Board Date stamp – should it be signed..??

A shipped on board date is an important date on a bill of lading, especially where a Letter of Credit is involved..

Should the Shipped on Board stamp be signed and the implications whether it is signed or not..

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Role and responsibility of multiple notify parties

If multiple notify parties are used on the bill of lading for a shipment, do they have a different role and responsibility..?? Are they similar or different..?? And what is the reason for multiple notify parties..??

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Who should endorse a bill of lading for cargo release..??

This is an article about endorsements on a bill of lading based on below question from a reader of this blog..

In an import FCL shipment in which a House Bill of Lading is, who should endorse the House Bill and who should endorse the Master Bill..

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