ARRIVAL NOTICE (NOTICE OF ARRIVAL) IN INTERNATIONAL SHIPPING OF SEAFREIGHT
Arrival Notice (also called Notice of Arrival) in respect of international shipping of sea freight is an international shipping document issued by an ocean freight carrier or ocean freight's agent to consignee/recipient of internationally shipped goods (and to the notify party, if any) to inform about the arrival of international sea freight shipment. Arrival Notice (Notice of Arrival) provides shipment details and charges and documents required to enable the consignee to make customs clearance and arrange pickup and delivery of his/her international shipment.
Besides essential information duplicated from international sea freight Bill of Lading such us the international sea freight bill of lading number, sailing details (name of vessel, voyage, ETD, ETA), number and description of shipping units etc, Arrival Notice (Notice of Arrival) should also provide complete information related to the international shipping cargo recovery at the destination:
It is veryIMPORTANT to understand that, in respect of international shipping of sea freight, an Arrival Notice (Notice of Arrival) itself is NOT a release document. Arrival Notice (Notice of Arrival) is an international shipping document that allows to consignee/recipient of internationally shipping goods to initiate his/her international shipment's recovery at the destination country by following and obeying legal laws on import recovery upon entering of the goods in commerce zone of the in the destination country.
PARTIES INVOLVED IN INTERNATIONAL SHIPPING RECOVERY UPON ENTERING IMPORTED GOODS INTO DESTINATION COUNTRY’S COMMERCE ZONE (SEA FREIGHT IS ARRIVING TO THE DESTINATION):
Note: Import recoveries in international shipping is a complicated and time sensitive process. Even though most of countries all over the world allows to the consignees (importers of records) working on international shipments recoveries directly with the customs, unless you are not a professional freight forwarder, it is the good idea to work on recovery of your import with an international carrier's agent or hire a destination countries' customs broker in the purpose to clear your import with customs and get it to your possession. If you forget about or do not pay proper attention to your importing goods, that does not mean that the destination counties' officials will forget about it. For a reasonable fee you should avoid headache and/or extra charges and/or penalties that may occur in event if your fail in your destination country's import recovery procedures.
EXPECT AND DO NOT MISS AN ARRIVAL NOTICE (NOTICE OF ARRIVAL) FOR YOUR INTERNATIONAL SHIPMENT
As a rule, Arrival Notice (Notice of Arrival) in international shipping of sea freight should be issued to the consignee and notify party in advance, in several days before your international sea freight shipment will be entered in commerce zone of your destination country. Then you should have a time to be prepared to the import recovery. An Arrival Notice (Notice of Arrival) can be faxed or emailed to the Consignee and/or to their Broker/Agent. Expect and do not miss it! Upon the receipt start working on your international shipment recovery or forward this document to a party authorized by you on the import recovery without delay. Keep eyes on the recovery. Do not let it go out of your control. You may find useful to be acknowledged with time frames on U.S. import entries filing and international shipments recovery in this link http://internationalshippingusa.com/Entry_Of_Merchandise_in_international_shipping.aspx
If for any reasons you will not receive an Arrival Notice (Notice of Arrival) as expected, then contact the international ocean freight carrier that handle your international shipment or international ocean freight carrier's destination agent as/if stated in your international sea freight Bill of Lading.
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