Sea and Air Export Forwarding Procedure
International Freight Forwarding (87% Off)
- Students can choose between Class Room and On-line option. Online studies are designed for students whose scheduling commitments would otherwise make it difficult to enroll for a Class Room Session.
- Equally, effective to class room sessions, our on-line session has been developed based on inputs taken from in-house staff involved in day to day operations
- Introduction 00:01:27
- Course Content 00:03:01
- Full Container Load vs Less Container Load Concept 00:03:31
- Role of a Freight Forwarder 00:03:03
- Shipment Booking 00:06:26
- Shipment Planning 00:10:42
- Container Booking 00:06:10
- Shipping Bill Filing 00:04:50
- Transport Operations 00:03:25
- CFS Operations 00:04:51
- VGM Filing 00:03:33
- Equipment Interchange Receipt Application (Form-13) 00:03:51
- Port Operations 00:03:03
- Bill Of Lading Release 00:05:54
- Import Clearance and Delivery 00:04:48
- Freight and Other Charges 00:05:59
- Sea Export Forwarding Quiz 00:00:00
- Air Cargo Booking Introduction 00:05:16
- Air Cargo Documentation 00:03:42
- Air Export Clearance 00:02:54
- Air Cargo Rating and Weighting Calculation 00:05:06
- Air Cargo Operations 00:06:41
- Import Clearance and Delivery 00:06:45
- Air Export Forwarding Quiz 00:00:00
- English language, all courses are written in English as this is the primary language of global business.
- Computer, Internet connection .
- A valid e-mail address
- Time set aside to study as per the course requirements
SHIPPING is the most popular method of transport goods today, with around 90% of all freight now being transported by different types of vessels across the world’s oceans and through man-made waterways.
The main benefit of waterborne transportation is that large quantities of freight can be safely stored and moved in one go; this is made even easier by containerization. When transporting a large amount of goods over long distances, moving them in bulk is the only viable and cost effective way to operate. Although transit time in shipping can be considerably longer, road and air transportation are both far more limited by constraints of space and weight.
There are also other problems, such as growing congestion on roads and highways and the high cost of air travel. Rather than being seen as a threat to other modes of transport, shipping can be used within the transport chain to enhance and support other modes and in doing so, benefit all parties involved.
To meet and sustain this increase in the movement of world trade, the shipping industry has been developing steadily over recent years. For one thing, bigger and better vessels which can handle the growing volume of freight are being built. Ports are improving in terms of operations size and handling capabilities, with state-of-the-art equipment, and by keeping up to date with new technology.
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