Yingkou Zhenqi Logistics Co., Ltd.
General Manager: 0417-6234555
Deputy General Manager: 0417-6143833
Land Transport Department: 0417-6150333
Distribution Department: 0417-6234400
Maritime Department: 0417-6234111
Shipbuilding Department: 0417-6230862
Freight forwarding department: 0417-6230862
Warehousing Department: 0417-6234111
General Department: 0417-6150628
Reception Room: 0417-6239900
Fax of Freight Department: 0417-6149166
Fax of Ministry of Maritime Transport: 0417-6149657
Fax from General Department: 0417-6150333
Address: Eastern Section of Shugang Road, Bayuquan Circle, Yingkou City, Liaoning Province
Receiving orders: 1. Highway transportation supervisor receives (fax) transport delivery plan Yingkou cargo from customers; 2. Highway transportation dispatch receives warehouse bill of lading from customers. 3 check the documents.
Registration: 1. Transportation dispatch dispatches the delivery destination on the registration form, and the delivery number is demarcated by the receiving customers. 2. Drivers (designated personnel and vehicles) go to the Transport Dispatching Center to pick up the bill of lading and confirm the receipt of the bill of lading on the Transport Registration Book.
Call arrangement: 1. Fill in transportation plan. 2. Fill in the transportation on the way, deliver the information and follow up the feedback form. 3, computer lost.
Fleet Exchange: 1. Arrange vehicles according to delivery direction, weight, volume and overall arrangement. 2. Report the transportation plan to the customer and confirm the delivery time at the factory.
Cargo delivery: 1. Check the vehicle condition. 2. Arrive at customer pick-up warehouse on time. 3. Handle the formalities for taking delivery of goods. 4. Take delivery, cover the shed and lock the freight door. 5. Procedure for leaving the factory. 6. Telephone notification of advance arrival time for receiving customers.
On-the-way tracking: 1. Establishment of receiving customer files. 2. The driver feedback the information on the way in time. 3. Contact the receiving customers by telephone. 4. Fill in the tracking record. 5. Contact customers in case of abnormal situation
Arrival signature: 1. Telephone or fax confirmation of arrival time. 2. The driver will recall the sincere logistics by EMS or FAX. 3. Sign and accept the transport slip. 4. Send back orders to customers regularly. 5. Feedback the local market's accommodation to customers in a timely manner.
Return order: 1. Accurately arrive at the designated unloading place on time. 2, cargo handover. 3. Sign and accept 100% to ensure that the quantity and quality of transport products and customer warehousing single to. 4. Understand the sales situation of the shipper to the customer's products in the local market.
In order to ensure the safe handover of import and export goods, various documents need to be prepared during the whole transportation process. These documents have their own specific purposes and interdependence with each other. They not only connect ship, port and cargo parties, but also distinguish their rights and business.
Introduce some major cargo documents according to actual business procedures.
Shipping documents, commonly known as "delivery paper", are documents that the shipper fills out according to the terms of trade contracts and letters of credit and transacts the goods to the carrier or its agent. The carrier accepts the consignment after considering the contents of the consignment slip and the conditions of the ship's route, port of call, time and space.
A shipping company that accepts the shipper's application for shipment and issues it to the shipper with a document ordering the captain to ship the goods. The bill of lading can be used not only as the basis for loading, but also as one of the main documents for the cargo owner to declare the export goods to the Customs. Therefore, the bill of lading is also called "customs declaration". For the shipper, the bill of lading is the proof of completing the consignment of goods. For the shipping company or its agent, the bill of lading is an instructional document informing the ship to accept the shipment of the goods.
The receipt of goods, also known as Chief Officer's Receipt, is the receipt of goods received by the ship and the certificate that the goods have been loaded on board. The Chief Officer shall sign the Chief Officer's Receipt after checking the date, number of pieces and shipping space on the tally sheet signed by the tallyman and the loading list. The shipper exchanges the shipped Bill of lading with the carrier or his agent on the basis of the Chief Officer's signed receipt.
As the main items of the three documents mentioned above are basically the same, the practice of some major ports in China is to combine consignment documents, loading documents, receipts, freight notices and so on to produce up to nine documents. The joint functions are as follows: the first joint is reserved by the Booker for repairing shipping documents. The second and third parts are freight notices, one of which is retained, and the other part collects freight from the shipper with the bill. Only after the fourth combined bill of lading is stamped with the release stamp by the Customs, can the ship receive the goods and ship them on board. The fifth consignment receipt and the sixth consignment shall be kept at the bottom by the cargo holder. The seventh and eighth couplets are cargo receipts. The ninth couplet is the application form for payment of port charges for export goods. After the cargo has been loaded on board, the port area shall collect port miscellaneous charges from the shipper.