☆ Schedule :-


Step: 1

I am Clearing Agents – prepare Customs Documentation, Port Documentation, Duty and VAT exemption documents where applicable.
Exporter – prepare Commercial Invoice, Packing List, Certificate of Origin or similar certificates, Shipping Instructions for the Bill of Lading.
Freight Forwarders –Prepare Delivery Notes, Forwarders Cargo Receipt, Shipping Instructions for the Bill of Lading, Marine Insurance, Cargo inspection certificates, hazardous packing declarations.
Shipping Lines or their agents – prepare Booking confirmation, container release, prepare or generate Bills of Lading, Manifest, Manifest Correctors, Telex Release, Freight Invoices, Stowage plans, Loading Lists, Dangerous goods manifest, Out of guage manifests and at the discharge port, they will prepare Arrival Notification, Delivery Orders, Discharge lists, Freight invoices.
Haulage companies – prepare TREM cards wtion for inland haulage, rail movement, road permits.
Surveyors – prepare cargo inspection and survey reports based on what they have been asked to survey .
Banks – prepare Letter of Credits, Bill of Exchanges, Suretys, Guarantees.
Insurance – prepare Marine insurance, Cargo insurance and other general insurance policies.
Company / Firm Name Person Name Title Phone Email
Mobile Address Country State City PIN/ZIP

Step: 2

Ocean Vessel Name Ocean Voyage No Unique Voyage/Ship Number for Identification Vessel TypeBreakbulk vessels: Vessel designed to carry packaged shipments of all shapes, sizes, and weights
Ro-Ro Vessels: Roll-on/Roll-off ships; designed to carry wheeled cargo, such as automobiles, trucks, semi-trailer trucks, trailers, and railroad cars, that are driven on and off the ship on their own wheels
Reefer Vessel: Refrigerated Vessel
LNG Carriers: Transports liquefied natural gas (LNG)
Crude Carriers (VLCC): Very Large Crude Carriers have a size ranging between 180,000 to 320,000 DWT
Crude Carriers (ULCC): Ultra Large Crude Carriers have a size ranging between 320,000 to 500,000 DWT
Tanker Vessels: Transports liquid or gas in bulk
2nd vessel Name SHIP Route Cargo ship TypeAframax: Medium-sized oil tankers with a dead weight tonnage (DWT) between 80,000 and 119,999.
CapeSize: Very large and ultra large cargo vessels with a capacity over 150,000 DWT
Chinamax: Large bulk carrier with DWT 380,000–400,000.
Handymax: Small-sized cargo ships with a size less than 60,000 DWT.
Handysize: Small-sized ships with a capacity ranging between 15,000 and 35,000 DWT.
Malaccamax: Ships that can pass through the Strait off Malacca.
Panamax: Ships travelling through Panama Canal.
Seawaymax: Ships that can pass through the locks of St. Lawrence Seaway.
VLCC: Crude carriers with size ranging between 180,000 to 320,000 DWT.
ULCC: Crude carriers with size more than 320,000 DWT.
3rd vessel Name Frequency Intermodal
Shipping line Service Liner Service: One that operates within a schedule and has a fixed port rotation.
Tramp Service: A ship with no fixed routing or itinerary or schedule and is available at short notice (or fixture) to load any cargo.
Feeder: Which acts as feeder to main ship route.
DWT

Step: 3

Arriving Port Country Arriving Port ETA(Expected Time of Arrival) ETD(Expected time of Departure) Destination Port Country
Destination Port ETA(Expected Time of Arrival) Transit Time(DAYS) Document Closing Date Customs Closing Date


Freight Payable At Haulage Type Accepted Storage Charge (No of Days) Dumurrage (No of Days)Time until which container can be picked from ship without any charge. Detention (No of Days)Time until which empty container can be returned without any charge. Other Charges


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