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Documents Required & Acceptable: 

Commercial Invoice - 1 Original
Full Container load calculations
Freight rates for containers are based on the container as a unit of freight irrespective of the commodity or commodities loaded therein, (FAK) Freight All Kinds.
The shipping lines quote per box (container) either a six or twelve meter container. From time to time,
The Export process can be summed up as per following: 
On obtaining shipping order, nominate the hauler and request container release,
The Hauler Collect the Empty Container from DP World. And place at export premises for loading.
The Exporter arranges for stuffing the cargo meant for export in the Container and informs the Hauler
The Hauler picks up the Container from Exporters Warehouse and delivers the same to DP World.
Exporter/ourselves submits an Export Declaration online detailing the cargo information including invoice information.  
Dubai Customs verifies the information and on meeting of all requirements approves the Export Declaration.
Completes the inspection formalities if required (conditioned to cargo type).
Goes online and pays DP World charges pertaining to Export of Container.
In parallel, approaches Chamber of Commerce to obtain Certificate of Origin that has to be sent to the Importer. Furthermore, an Exporter is required to obtain additional permits conditioned to type of goods.
The Shipping Agent issues Bill of Lading to the Exporter, generally after vessel sailing, which is the Contract of Carriage and contains details of cargo.  The Exporter has to send the original Bill of Lading along with Invoice; Packing List; Certificate of Origin etc. to the Importer to enable him/her to clear documentation with the Customs of Importing Country.
The shipments originates from the free zone ,the exporter can either go through the above procedures or the shipment can be transferred to Seaborne by internal ownership transfer document; the following documents are required fro the same.

Documents Required:

  1. Delivery Advice – should be stamped by the buyer and the seller
  2. Original & detailed invoice by item wise with HS Code Classifications and Free Zone BOE Reference Number by item wise from Free Zone Company
  3. Original packing list from the seller
  4. Trade license copy for the seller and buyer
  5. Transfer of ownership letter prepared by the Seller as per the Customs Format and signed & stamped by the authorized signatory of both seller and buyer.

The bill of lading
The bill of lading performs the following functions:

  • A contract of carriage between the shipper of the cargo and the carrying shipping company.
  • The name of the shipper and the receiver of the goods the consignee.
  • The contents of the packages as declared by the shipper.
  • Shipping details such as: port of loading and the port of discharge.
  • The bill of lading is a freight invoice and indicates if the freight costs have been prepaid by the exporter or will be paid by the importer, "freight collect".
  • The bill of lading states the number of packages, weight and dimension of the shipment.
  • It is a document of title to the goods stated thereon.
  • Every original bill of lading signed by or on behalf of the shipping company is a document of title to the underlying goods. This special function of a bill of lading is achieved by a form of words which state: "In witness whereof the undersigned on behalf of the shipping company has signed three bills of lading all of this tenor and date, one of which being accomplished the others to stand void". "Accomplishing" the bill of lading requires the surrender to the shipping line or its agents in the port or place of destination one of the signed original bills of lading duly endorsed by the consignee/importer. Unless and until one of the original bills of lading as described above is surrendered, the shipping line will not release the cargo to the consignee/importer. Upon surrender of any one of the originals the other originals bills of lading become void.

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