Air way Bill / AWB  (AIR ARRIVAL NOTICE (NOTICE OF ARRIVAL) IN INTERNATIONAL SHIPPING OF AIR FREIGHT ONLY.
Arrival Notice (also called Notice of Arrival) (Air-Way-Bill / AWB) respect of international shipping of Airfreight is an international shipping document issued by an Air freight
carrier or Air freight's agent to consignee/recipient of internationally shipped goods (and to the notify party, if any) to inform about the arrival of international Airfreight shipment.
Arrival Notice (Notice of Arrival) provides shipment details and charges and documents required to enable the consignee to make customs clearance and arrange pickup and
delivery of his/her international shipment.

Besides of essential information duplicated from international Airfreight Bill of Lading such us the international Airfreight bill of lading number, sailing details (name of vessel,
voyage, ETD, ETA), number and description of shipping units etc, Arrival Notice (Notice of Arrival) should also provide complete information related to the international
shipping cargo recovery at the destination:

• Air freight carrier's or the Air freight carrier's release charges
•Cargo location address and contact phone number
•LOT number associated with the freight location or other reference(s) related to the freight identification
•Instruction on the international shipment recovery etc.


BELOW:
Page 1. Example of Air-Way-Bill / AWB for Airline
Page 2, 3 & 4  Split shipment
.          a. IF Air shipment Directly with Airline, they will be issuing Air-Way-Bill / AWB (99%)
.          b. But, IF Export Freight Forwarder has issued Bill-of-Lading,  your Import Freight Forwarder will be issuing Airline Air-Way-Bill / AWB  &  Arrival Notice.
.          c. Split ship is charge double, also clearing time will take triple or quadruple of the time normal shipment.
.          d. (Example/look below #1, 2 & 3:   Out of 125 boxes, only 93 got on Airline 10 29 2015,   other 32 was 2 days later 10 31 2015)

Importers are responsible for all fees, US Laws & International Laws.
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All our website is for Reference use only)
(ONLY valid contact, with us, are list it here,  all others are invalid)
1. ISF 10+2 (Importer Security Filing)  /  ISF  FAQ. 63 pages  /  (click here)

2. US Local Ports Contact  /  e-Allegations / Anonymous  tips (8663472423)

3. Air Forwarders by Air Forwarders Association  /  iata.org.

4. Ocean Freight Forwarder: Federal Maritime Commission (FMC)

5. Filing a Complaint Freight Forwarder/NVOCC/ etc  with FMC.gov.

6. US Government Agencies /  www.usa.gov.

7. For more links to import, export & etc.  Industry.

8. Basic Importing by  CBP.gov (Import  requirements 211 pages) &  for others.

9. All Shipment are  Incoterms  (PRE-Arranged,  BEFORE leaving foreign port)

10. Warning:  Also,  Be  aware  of  scam  hijack  emails  &  OTHER  scams.

11. Importers are  RESPONSIBLE for all Laws/fees. US Federal Court (click here)

All our website is Reference use only & our service are Arrangement only.
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Bill-of-Lading (BL) (aka: Straight bill of lading (nonnegotiable)  with  Telex-Release /  Surrender /  Express-Release  or  Original-Bill-of-Lading (OBL).  wikipedia.org  .
Bill-of-Lading (BL) is ISSUED Before leaving foreign port by Shipper/NVOCC/OFF/OTI (Glossary) (What is Bill-of-Lading (BL) (examples of BL) (click here) (Incoterms)
Arrival Notice (AN) is ISSUED 5 days before shipment is US port,  by BL  Agent in US=aka Freight Forwarder (NVOCC/OFF/OTI) (Glossary) (Arrival Notice?)(LCL)(FULL)(AIR)
Issuer of  
AN  WAS  Pre-Chosen (InCoTerms) BY issuer of BL,   Issuer of  AN  is to OVERSEE movement of your cargo to CFS warehouse (LCL) / Seaport (Container) / Airport.

Freight Released is issued by your Freight Forwarder (ISSUER of  Arrival Notice = Agent of Bill-of-Lading (BL) / OBL, after you have satisfy your Freight Forwarder needs
Customs Released is issued by your Customs Broker//US Customs//Agencies, after your shipment is cleared & you have paid your Entry Filing fee, (click here) & look 1-11.


- On most of  
Bill-of-Lading,  Notify Party  is known as: Customs Broker,  Customs Agent,  ISF & Entry Filer with Domestic Trucker.
- On most of  
Bill-of-Lading, Issuer of  Arrival Notice  is known as: (Also, after these text, below there are 12 different Bill-of-Lading as examples)
.    
Shipper Agent,  For Delivery of Goods Please Contact,  Forwarding Agent,  Domestic Routing/Export Instructions,  For Release of Shipment please contact,
.    
Delivery Agent,  For delivery please apply to,  Document Presentation,  Cargo Releasing Agent,  For Arrival Info &  Release of Cargo Contact.


FYI, other bill:
Clean Bill Of Lading,  Claused Bill Of Lading (aka "dirty bill of lading" or "foul bill of lading."). Uniform Bill Of Lading,  Bill of Lading,  Bill Of Sale,
Ocean Bill Of Lading,  Inland Bill Of Lading,  Through Bill Of Lading,  STALE Bill Of Lading,  Negotiable bills of Lading,  Functions of bill of lading,  Carrier on bill of lading,  
Lash bill of lading,  Switch bill of lading,  Proforma bill of lading (normally given BEFORE leaving),  Onboard bill of lading (normally given AFTER cargo has LEFT)  
What, How,  When &  Why  bill of lading is use.            (Search by bill of lading >  http://www.answers.com/topic/bill-of-lading).   


Let your supplier(s) do  
Telex-Release /  Surrender /  Express-Release (this will saves time, monies & headache),  but IF you do received a  ORIGINAL-Bill-of-Lading (OBL)
from your shipper/factory/supplier,  "
SIGN / DATE  the OBL (any place on OBL)"    & keep two copy for yourself & Fed-ex/UPS other to "ISSUER of  Arrival Notice = Agent of BL"
Usually, if you received
OBL,  if you made only partial payment & etc  against your shipment to your shipper/factory/supplier, before the shipping. (OBL  =  TITLE to your cargo)


Please list us as
Notify Party on Bill-of-Lading (BL) & WE WILL DO 99% OF THE WORK FOR YOU or all we need is your factory/supplier info (email & name), also, you could
give our below info to your factory/supplier as Customs Clearing Agent & Notify Party on BL.   
US Customs Clearing
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(213) 270-1930 / PH: (718) 717-2680 / PH: (305) 831-4800 / PH: (210) 787-3480 / Fax: (424) 702-3262


IF Exam is issued by
US Customs/Agencies, such as  Intensive Examination Notice (Stop Sign),  IBET-Exam,  A-TCET-Exam,  USDA-Exam  or  ANY OTHER Exam  and
if your
Bill-of-Lading (BL) / Arrival Notice (AN) is required  ORIGINAL-Bill-of-Lading (OBL),  your  ""Freight Forwarder (ISSUER of  Arrival Notice = Agent of Bill-of-Lading (BL)""
MUST received your   "
"sign/date OBL (any place on OBL)""   from you,   BEFORE your shipment/container could be moved to Exam site,  until then, you maybe paying
Storage Fees/Demurrage fees & other fees.   With or With-OUT exam, your  "
"Freight Forwarder (ISSUER of  Arrival Notice = Agent of Bill-of-Lading (BL)""   MUST receive
"
"sign/date the OBL (any place on OBL)""  to Freight-Release your shipment to you,  OBL is Consignee/Importer RESPONSIBILITY only. (OBL =  TITLE)


All shipment are
BOUND to Incoterms (PRE-Arranged to US Port/CFS,  BEFORE leaving foreign port). To understand why/who importer MUST pay, BEFORE/ After/ DURING  
shipping, you MUST review Incoterms/ICC/UNCITRAL &  contact   ISSUER of  BL / Arrival Notice.     Customs Broker is Messenger between US Customs & you, ONLY.



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1. All importer are BOUND to Incoterms (PRE-Arranged, 72 hours/3 days BEFORE leaving foreign port.  fyi:  to calculate  weight  distribution  of  vessel, carrier manifest & ETC.  
a. Such as: Loading onto vessel (Foreign Forwarder/
Issuer of  Bill-of-Lading), Unloading from vessel (US Forwarder/ Issuer  Arrival  Notice of  LCL/ Full) &  warehouse / Port)
b. By you accepting an
Bill-of-Lading  from your vendors (supplier/factory/shippER/shipping-company), you are BOUND to Incoterms (International Commercial Terms)
c. To understand why/what/who importer
MUST pay,  BEFORE/After/DURING  shipping, importer/buyer MUST know  Incoterms (International Commercial Terms).
d.
Incoterms published by International Chamber of Commerce (ICC)  &  recognized by United Nations Commission on International Trade Law  as Global Common Terms.
e. If you don't know your own
Incoterms, contact  ISSUER of  Bill-of-Lading (aka: Bill-of-Sale) Manufacturers  Contract  Agreement (Your supplier/factory/shippER/shipping-co)
e. If you don't know your own
Incoterms, contact  ISSUER of  Bill-of-Lading (aka: Bill-of-Sale) Manufacturers  Contract  Agreement (Your supplier/factory/shippER/shipping-co)


2. Why  CAN'T   Supplier / Factory / ShippER / Shipping-company  arrange US Domestic Trucking,  ISF Filing  & Customs Entry.
a. Most of Foreign supplier / shippER (ISSUER of Bill-of-Lading) vary
LIMITED contact with Domestic Trucker & Customs Broker
b. Your supplier in business of MFG & Your Shipping-Company in business of shipping,  they are NOT in business of knowing
US Customs rule & regulations, we are.
NOTE:
a. To arrange Sea shipping, arranger must be your supplier or Licenses by  
FMC.gov (NVOCC / OFF / OTI)  = ISSUER of  Bill-of-Lading / LCL Arrival Notice / Full Arrival Notice.
b. To arrange Air shipping, arranger must be your supplier or Licenses by  
International Air Transport Association (IATA) = ISSUER of  Bill-of-Lading /  Air-Way-Bill (AWB)
c. To arrange Domestic Trucking, arranger must be Licenses by
FMCSA.gov (MC# / DOT#)  / must have "Filer-Code" from US Customs  =  ISSUER of  Pick-Up-bill-of-Lading.
d. To file ISF & Customs Entry (Customs Agent / Customs Broker), filer must have "
Filer-Code" from US Customs = ISSUER of  Customs Release Documents.


3. To Track your shipment (
click here)  & type in your MBL#
a. Example / Compare Arrival Notice (
Air shipment) (Sea LCL shipment) (Sea Full Container shipment) = FEES (Unloading from vessel & moving to warehouse).


NOTE: If you pay your vendor (Supplier/Factory), for shipping cost, you are paying Foreign Labor to arrange your shipping, normally cost is 10-20% cheaper.
First 2 HTC/HTS/Harmonized Tariff Code Classification are free, but after 2nd Classification of items, each Classification is $10 each per line.  For Example: IF you are
importing 4 different category items (on your invoice/packing-list/Bill-of-Lading/ISF-Form: 100 apples, 75 Oranges, 50 Toys  &  25 Desks), you will be charge extra $20 for ISF
Filing + other $20 for Customs Clearing Entry Filing.  The Fees are add it to your Invoice.

To AVOIDED HTC/HTS/Harmonized Tariff Code Classification fees, please ask your Factory/Supplier to have it on the Invoice, Packing-List & Bill-of-Lading (BL), if your
Factory/Supplier don't know the HTC/HTS/Harmonzied Tariff Code, you could Look-up your own (
Duty/Tax) HTC/HTS/Harmonized Tariff Code (click here) or call & email US
Customs Import Specialist (
click here).

Also, First 2 factories/suppliers invoice submission are free for Customs Clearing Entry filing, under same Bill-of-Lading(B/L).  
For Example:  IF you are importing from 3 different factories/suppliers with 3 different invoice/packing-list.  First 2 factories/suppliers invoice/packing-list
submission Entry filing are free, But AFTER 2nd invoice/packing-list factory/supplier,  you will be charge $20 per supplier/factory invoice
submission to US Customs as ADDITIONAL INVOICES & will be add on to your Customs Clearing invoice/fees  (
click here)   

MUST described: what materials of each category are made-out-of at invoice, packing-list & bill-of-lading.  For Example: if you are importing 10 of MENS Sweat Shirt ( 80%
Cotton 20% Polyester / HTC# ) /  5 Tablecloth ( 100% polyester / HTC# )  /  20 Desk (stainless steel / HTC# )   Aluminum (Aluminium Ingot / HTC# )  & Etc.  (
click here) for
samples


NOTE:
IF you are buying from
Two different factory/supplier, you could consolidated the shipment under one BL, but you can NOT consolidated under one invoice/packing-list. It
MUST be submitted as 2 different invoice/factory/supplier to US Customs.  Each Bill-of-Lading(B/L) is considered as one shipment & it must be cleared as each BL by US
Customs/us.

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1. Air Way Bill / AWB:  
Page 2, 3 & 4  Split shipment
.          a. IF Air shipment Directly with Airline, they will be issuing Air-Way-Bill / AWB (99%)
.          b. But, IF Export Freight Forwarder has issued Bill-of-Lading,  your Import Freight Forwarder will be issuing Airline Air-Way-Bill / AWB  &  Arrival Notice.
.          c. Split ship is charge double, also clearing time will take triple or quadruple of the time normal shipment.
.          d. (Example/look below #1, 2 & 3:   Out of 125 boxes, only 93 got on Airline 10 29 2015,   other 32 was 2 days later 10 31 2015)
Page 2, 3 & 4  Split shipment
.          a. IF Air shipment Directly with Airline, they will be issuing Air-Way-Bill / AWB (99%)
.          b. But, IF Export Freight Forwarder has issued Bill-of-Lading,  your Import Freight Forwarder will be issuing Airline Air-Way-Bill / AWB  &  Arrival Notice.
.          c. Split ship is charge double, also clearing time will take triple or quadruple of the time normal shipment.
.          d. (Example/look below #1, 2 & 3:   Out of 125 boxes, only 93 got on Airline 10 29 2015,   other 32 was 2 days later 10 31 2015)
Page 2, 3 & 4  Split shipment
.          a. IF Air shipment Directly with Airline, they will be issuing Air-Way-Bill / AWB (99%)
.          b. But, IF Export Freight Forwarder has issued Bill-of-Lading,  your Import Freight Forwarder will be issuing Airline Air-Way-Bill / AWB  &  Arrival Notice.
.          c. Split ship is charge double, also clearing time will take triple or quadruple of the time normal shipment.
.          d. (Example/look below #1, 2 & 3:   Out of 125 boxes, only 93 got on Airline 10 29 2015,   other 32 was 2 days later 10 31 2015)