Sea Freight Malaysia
Sea & Air Freight – Get the best air freight & sea freight service for your business, we operate our branch network in Malaysia. We offer all facets of air freight logistics operations.
a journey of a thousand miles
one container at a time.
Wide Range of Routes, Carriers, & Vessels
With over 500 international ports, routes, and cities in our network, we will provide you with numerous options of routes, vessels, and carriers to choose from. Having these options will allow you to optimise the cost and time of moving your cargo across the globe. FCL and LCL options available accordingly.
Sector Specific Logistics
Some cargo require special attention. That’s why we have a dedicated Operations Team made available to manage the movement of cargo from specialized industries, such as oil and gas equipment, electronic products, perishables, pharmaceutical products etc. Sea Freight Malaysia
Hassle Free Solutions, Point-to-Point
When it comes to logistics, there really isn’t a one-size-fits-all solution. So let our team of Freight Specialists, with over 20 years of experience in the cold logistics in Malaysia figure out the best solutions for your business. We will move your cargo, and handle all necessary customs, insurance, and freight documentation, so that you can relax and take care of your business. Sea Freight Malaysia
Local Expertise, Global Support
There’s nothing more valuable than local knowledge and experience, and we know it better than anyone else. With a network of global affiliates located at 8 cities around the world, we bring you local expertise on cold logistics from their respective regions, and support around the world when you need it most.
One of the most feared and respected document in the history of sea freight, the Bill of Lading, or B/L or BoL or just BL.
What the heck is a “BILL OF LADING”?
You have no idea.
Today we are going to talk about the Original Bill Of Lading and the Surrender Bill of Lading (the 2 most common B/L documents)
Original Bill of Lading.
A normal standard B/L document is created by the agent on the supplier side which then passes it to the supplier. Let’s imagine a scenario. Some company in Singapore wants to buy handicraft goods from Indonesia. They contact the supplier on Indonesia side, and negotiate on the pricing and the delivery charges. The supplier and the buyer then engages a logistics company or a forwarding company to help them with the shipment. The supplier will receive a Bill of Lading from the forwarding company.
Now, pause for a while, and ponder. What’s a bill of lading and what’s it purpose anyway? Well, it’s a document, that’s for sure. What it really does is that it is a vital document to ensure that payment has been received by the supplier in order for the buyer to obtain their cargo. It’s much like a middle-man that ensures that no one will be able to cheat the other party. The supplier must send the Bill of Lading through post to the buyer in order for the buyer to obtain the cargo at the port. Else, the port will NOT release the items to the buyer. That way, both side ‘loses’ I guess. Buyer can’t receive their items, and the supplier already delivered the items without receiving payment… The best of course, is the buyer paying the supplier promptly. The supplier will then send the B/L document to the buyer, for cargo retrieval at the port.
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