General Cargo29 Jun 2018
Adjusting Lack of Capacity surcharge
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Capacity problems for hauliers in the US and Canada
The capacity problems for hauliers in the US and Canada is worsening.
Some of the main challenges that the trucking communities are facing include:
These challenges make on-time door deliveries increasingly difficult while also increasing the risk of demurrage, detention and storage.
For further information, please contact your local Blue Water office.
New demands to documentation - Thailand
Please be aware that Thailand has introduced new regulations for marking of goods and documents for shipments to and from the country. The new regulations cover: invoice, packing list and other documents accompanying the goods. The regulations apply to both sea freight and air freight.
As from 13 November 2017, SHIPPING MARK must be inserted in all documents. (SHIPPING MARK is the cargo marks and number provided by you).
The outer package of the goods must bear the same SHIPPING MARK. You are allowed to enter the text by hand.
If the above two requirements are not fulfilled, you will receive a fine of 50,000 Baht (approx. USD 1,525) from the customs in Thailand.
If you have any questions, you are welcome to call your local contact at Blue Water.
USA tightens import regulations for wooden packaging
USA has tightened the import regulations for cargo arriving in wooden packaging.
Wooden packaging arriving in USA must on two sides of the article display visible proof of having received treatment to kill timber pests prior to dispatch. Any violations of these regulations will be fined.
For further information, please visit U.S. Customs and Border Protection