Port of Exit

A port of exit is the place from which goods are exported from a country. It is usually a seaport, airport, or land border crossing point that serves as the official exit point for the merchandise being shipped out of a particular nation.

The port of exit is determined by the government agency responsible for overseeing international trade in that country and must be specified on export documents such as customs declarations and shipping manifests.


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