How to Handle Freight Forwarding
Modified on: Fri, 5 Feb, 2016 at 1:57 AM
You may use your own
freight forwarder; however, we encourage you to consider the points below before you decide
to do so.
- Additional costs may apply.
- We are not responsible for any damages or loss after the
shipment has been accepted. Your forwarder should reject the shipment if it
appears damaged or incomplete.
- You can have your forwarder pick up your shipment on our
premises; our responsibilities end at that time.
- We will provide a commercial invoice, which includes:
- Description of item
- Piece count
- Country of origin
U.S. export tariff number
- If there is any additional paperwork that you need, please
contact us to request that the documents you need be included with your order.
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