Wednesday 3.30 pm
Friday 12.00 am
5 weeks later
Tim prepares specific instructions for the liner agent and the stevedores in both the port of departure and arrival. These come on top of the standard handling instructions they already abide by for handling, stowage, lashing, securing and dunning of the cargo in the vessel and for discharging it at destination.
The Angolan letter of credit arrived. Julie has read it carefully and indicates two requests to John and Tim. The opening bank, which issues the letter of credit, is a well-rated bank and the letter of credit is found in order. The production can proceed and the goods will be ready within the stipulated validity.
Now, Tim starts preparing the necessary documents for transporting the steel to Angola: invoice, bill of lading, packing list, certificate of origin and mill test certificate. As the contract stipulates that an insurance certificate is needed, Tim passes on the necessary information to the insurance company.

Easy and fast

 

The source and destination countries have different rules and regulations that change often. This makes paperwork complicated and time consuming.  As we have offices in 17 countries and local contacts in more than 100 countries, we are always up-to-date and can easily handle the administration for you.

 

We provide invoicing, bill of lading, packing lists, certificates of origin and any other documents required. Steelforce is always looking into new and smoother ways to handle the paperwork and get it to you faster to ensure easy and timely delivery.

   
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