Top reasons your cargo is delayed
When importing products to the U.S. and Canada, there are several key reasons why shipments may be delayed.Read More
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A Sea Waybill is an essential document used in international ocean freight shipments. It functions as a contract between the shipper, carrier, and receiver and as a receipt of the goods shipped and specifies details such as cargo description, weight, destination port, etc.
The Sea Waybill does not require the physical transfer of possession like a Bill of Lading but still serves to document the shipment’s origin and destination points.
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