The boarding reservation

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THE 4 STEPS

For boarding booking

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The exporter or his representative requests a booking of the goods from the ship's consignee.

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Booking confirmation and assignment of a booking number

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The consignee of the ship sends the BMQ via TTN to the exporter, Customs, the stevedore and the port authority.

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The operator looks for the containers (empty) at the premises of the ship’s consignee.

THE 4 STEPS
For boarding booking
icon-booking
The exporter or his representative requests a booking of the goods from the ship’s consignee.
icon-Booking-validation1
Booking confirmation and assignment of a booking number
icon-envoiBMQ
The consignee of the ship sends the BMQ via TTN to the exporter, Customs, the stevedore and the port authority.
conteneurs-vides
The operator looks for the containers (empty) at the premises of the ship’s consignee.
The exporter will be required to provide the following documents to the Chambers of Commerce and Industry:

The legal file which includes the status, the extract from the recent trade register of less than 3 months, the customs code, the J.O.R.T. of incorporation, the last tax receipt and finally the authorization, approval or specifications, depending on the activity carried out.

The technical file which includes the sheet relating to cost structures, the purchase invoice for local raw materials, the purchase invoice for foreign raw materials, the balance sheet and the financial statements for the previous financial year signed by the auditor or the company’s chief executive.

Deposit of specimen signatures of the persons authorized to sign Certificates of Origin in the company (see Specimen Signature Templates) Any change of authorization must be accompanied by the deposit of a new specimen signature.

If the Chamber of Commerce and Industry is not able to confirm the origin of the product, it can request the intervention of the technical centers to verify the integration rates of this product.
For more information, please consult the manual of procedures for issuing certificates of origin (latest version: February 2015) available on the CCIT website.

L’exportateur aura à fournir les pièces suivantes auprès des chambres de commerce et d’industrie:

The legal file which includes the status, the extract from the recent trade register of less than 3 months, the customs code, the J.O.R.T. of incorporation, the last tax receipt and finally the authorization, approval or specifications, depending on the activity carried out

The technical file which includes the sheet relating to cost structures, the purchase invoice for local raw materials, the purchase invoice for foreign raw materials, the balance sheet and the financial statements for the previous financial year signed by the auditor or the company’s chief executive.

Deposit of specimen signatures of the persons authorized to sign
Certificates of Origin in the company (see Specimen Signature Templates). Any change of authorization must be accompanied by the deposit of a new specimen signature.

If the Chamber of Commerce and Industry is not able to confirm the origin of the product, it can request the intervention of the technical centers to verify the integration rates of this product.
For more information, please consult the manual of procedures for issuing certificates of origin (latest version: February 2015) available on the CCIT website.