Forwarding services

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Cooperating with Dodban Tejarat Darya Forwarder Company for transporting goods is a very effective and economical option. This cooperation can be very useful for various businesses and trades for several reasons mentioned. From the ease of transporting goods to reducing costs and guaranteeing quality and speed of delivery, all these benefits will be available in cooperation with Dodban Tejarat Darya Forwarder Company.

 

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Forwarding is one of the international transport services provided by companies active in the field of goods transport. These services include carrying out various actions such as concluding a transport contract with the owner of the goods, issuing a bill of lading, collecting and storing cargo, packaging, cargo insurance, performing customs formalities at the origin and destination, obtaining the necessary permits and bills of lading, notifying the owners of the goods during transportation. , the goods are delivered to the customs of the destination country, the arrival of the goods is announced to the owner of the goods, and the minutes of the meetings related to the addition or deduction of cargo, etc. are signed. These services are necessary for the correct and successful process of transporting goods from one country to another and domestic transportation.

Who is the forwarder?

A forwarder is a real or legal person who, as an intermediary, is responsible for planning and designing cargo transportation for customers. This person actually acts as a consultant for the owner of the goods and by using the best methods and solutions, he helps the customer to transport his cargo correctly and safely to the intended destination.

For example, suppose you are going to import goods from China to your country. The China forwarder is responsible for preparing all the official documents required for shipping and carrying out all the relevant administrative procedures, and then recommending the best transportation method for your goods.

What is forwarding service?

These services are essential for conducting business transactions between countries and maintaining the correct process of cargo transportation. Forwarding, in fact, as a bridge between producer and consumer, strengthens and facilitates the global economy by providing transportation services. With the necessary expertise and experience, forwarding companies play a very important role in conducting international transactions and making global trade easier.

Forwarding services include the following:

  • Air Forwarding: In this area, services related to the transportation of goods by plane are provided and include transportation planning, issuing bill of lading documents, performing customs procedures and informing customers during transportation.
  • Door to Door: In this area, services related to the transportation of goods by sea, ship, flexi, container, etc. are provided and include transportation planning, issuing bills of lading, carrying out customs procedures and informing customers along the transportation route.
  • Land Forwarding: This field includes the transportation of goods by land by cars, trains and other means of land transportation. The services of this department also include transportation planning, performing customs procedures and informing customers.
  • Rail Forwarding: In this field, goods are transported by rail and includes transportation planning, issuing bill of lading documents, performing customs procedures and informing customers along the transportation route.

In general, forwarding services are very vital and essential for businesses and individuals involved in international trade and help them manage the process of transporting goods more effectively.

Forwarding duties

The duties of the forwarder are as follows:

  • Obtaining information from the owner of the goods: First, the forwarder must collect information about the goods from the owner in order to use them to issue the required documents such as the bill of lading.
  • Signing a contract with the customer: Another duty of the forwarder is to sign an official contract with the owner of the goods, which must include all the conditions related to the transportation of the goods.
  • Monitoring the process of transporting goods: The forwarder is obliged to carefully monitor the process of transporting goods after concluding the contract.
  • Delivery of goods to the customs: this forwarder’s duty includes delivering the goods to the destination customs, receiving the documents required to track the cargo and submitting a report to the owner of the goods.
  • Receiving the meeting minutes from the carrier: The forwarder must receive the meeting minutes related to the transportation of the goods from the transport company (carrier) and deliver them to the owner of the goods.
  • Account settlement: The forwarder is obliged to settle his account, including the freight, with the owner of the goods, the carrier and others and provide them with the necessary invoices.
  • Providing the necessary information to the customer: the forwarder must report information such as the time of arrival of the goods to the intended destination to the owner of the goods.
  • Obtaining legal permits: This task includes obtaining necessary permits and licenses for the temporary entry of cargo containers into the country and their return.
  • Providing advice to the customer: The forwarder must advise the owner of the goods in choosing the best way to transport the goods.
  • Planning how to transport the cargo: The forwarder is responsible for the detailed planning of the cargo transportation and based on the needs and conditions of the customers, he provides the best transportation method for them.
  • Obtaining the required documents and permits: The forwarder is responsible for preparing and obtaining all the required documents and permits for cargo transportation in an accurate and timely manner.
  • Preparation of reports and meeting minutes in case of damage or loss of goods: In case of incidents such as damage or loss of goods, the forwarder is responsible for preparing the relevant reports and holding the relevant meeting minutes.
  • Contracts for warehousing, insurance, etc.: The forwarder is responsible for contracts related to warehousing, insurance and other services related to cargo transportation.
  • Settlement and receipt of funds from the customer: The forwarder is responsible for settling their accounts with their customers and receiving the relevant funds.
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