¿Cómo funciona el proceso de Carga Marítima?

-- Posted: February 5, 2014 -- By: General Cargo
  1. Creation and reception of the Warehouse Receipt (Miami, Fl)
  2. Report sent through email or fax (Customer Service Guatemala)
  3. A call is placed to the customer to ensure report was received, 12PM (Customer Service Guatemala)
  4. Confirmation from the client 48 hours prior to sailing (Customer Service Guatemala)
  5. Invoices and Warehouse Receipts are sent to the Operations Warehouse, 3:30 PM (Customer Service Guatemala)
  6. Delivery of Invoices, Warehouse Receipts and Import Documents to the Marginador Marítimo on the same day as the ship departs (Operations).
  7. Creation of the TO (Marginador Marítimo)
  8. Delivery of all the paperwork for review, then sent to the port the same day that it sails. (Inspector)
  9. Paperwork reception at the Port for Temporary Container Arrival, where the cargo previously went through physical inspection (Ocean Cargo Clerk)
  10. The following day after the container reached the port, the cargo goes trough another physical inspection by local custom authorities SAT. (Ocean Cargo Clerk)
  11. 1 or 2 days after the container’s physical revision at the port, they are released and it is sent to the warehouse, 4AM (Ship Operator)
  12. Container is signed in into the warehouse, 12PM
  13. Unloading the container into the warehouse takes about 2 hours, 3PM
  14. Reviewing and sorting the container against the manifesto.
  15. Tax calculation (Customs)
  16. Request and payment of the tax values (Import Documents)
  17. Import Documents authorization (Document Analyst)
  18. Build document sets to present to customs, (Inspector)
  19. Document presentation and process at the warehouse (Ocean Cargo Clerk)
  20. Report of released Import Documents and request of transportation (Ocean Cargo Clerk)
  21. Report to Operations for Invoicing (Transport)
  22. Invoicing
  23. Confirmation by client of reception of products or goods (Operations)
  24. Sorting of cargo for delivery