In international shipping valued packing list is a substitute to commercial invoice. International shippers should not confuse a packing list (1) used for commercial international ocean freight shipments and a Valued Packing List (2) used by origin and destination Customs in purpose to control legality of commodity and assign duty, taxes etc (if any) on the international ocean freight shipments.
In international shipping of Household Goods and Personal Belongings usung international ocean freight services, international shippers provide description of shipped goods and assign value of each shipping unit in form of Valued Packing List. Then no commercial invoices should require on such international shipments.
However, customs in certain countries will require commercial invoices on international shipments containing Household Goods and Personal Belongings anyway. Then, in respect of international shipping from the USA, such shipments can be declared at a time of export from U.S. in form of valued packing lists. Upon arrival to destination, at a time of entering in destination's country commerce zone, those valued packing list can be easily transferred into commercial invoices forms.
In respect of international shipping of seafreight from the USA, valued packing list must be in English and provide the following information:
Our online form for filling Valued Packing Lists on seafreight international shipments from the USA
Using our Real-time online Automated Shipping System on international shipping seafreight from the USA, our clients should be able to fill out and submit a Valued Packing List online, via link in our shipping instructions. The format of the submitted online valued packing list is aceptble by most international shipping companies and U.S. Customs. Most of the time it should be acceptble by destination customs as well.
IMPORTANT NOTE FOR SHIPMENTS TO/VIA EUROPEAN UNION: 24H E.U. Rule effective on January 1st, 2011. All commercial invoices or valued packing lists for shipments to/via E.U. require filing at least first six digits of U.S. Harmonized Tariff Schedule in the H.S. Code column. Shippers to other counties may leave the H.S. Code column blank. However, filing H.S. Codes to other countries is recommended.
For more information please refer to this link - http://internationalshippingusa.com/Random_Topics_Ocean_Freight.aspx#EU
Upon your booking request online we will e-mail to you this link within our international shipping insrtuctions. You may try fully working simplified version of the international shipping document in this link
Notice: The valued packing list draft sent to you in email in our international shipping instructions on your seafreight shipment is unique. It will be generated individually on your international seafreight shipment shipment and pre-formatted based on the information that you had provide when booked your international shipment online in our web site.
IMPORTANT: When you are submitting to us your international shipping documents online, alway double-check all information that you have submitted. If you see errors or typos, then urgently re-submit these international shipping document or ask us via email to correct it. No verbal correction requests will be accepted. All corrections requested to be done in your international shipping documents must be sent to us via email.
During the proccess of submitting your international shipping documents to your international ocean freight shipment online, you will have several opportunities to edit and re-submit these international shipping documents. However, as soon as your international shipping documents will be submitted to the ocean freight carrier, all further correction may be subject to amendments fee or even be possible only at a time when you recover your international shipment at the destination.
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