Services & Fees

Services & Fees: E
EXPORT BL PROCESSING FEE
EBPF
Submission of Cargo Declaration - Export
EDD
A service of submitting Export Data Declaration (EDD) services to local Customs on behalf of the customer. The carrier liaises between Customs and the customer to arrange submission of necessary documents within the specified time frame. EDD is not applicable to transit cargo, transhipment cargo, or freight remaining on board (FROB), even though the carrier is still required to submit a manifest to local authorities.
Electronic Data Interchange Fee
EDI
Electronic Data Interchange Fee
Export Declaration Surcharge
EDS
Empty equipment imbalance charge
EIC
Export Intermodal Fuel Fee
EIFF
Equipment Management Export
EME
Equipment Management Import
EMI
Entry Summary Declaration
ENS
From 1 January 2011, all cargo entering the European Union will require that an Entry Summary Declaration (ENS) is submitted at least 24 hours prior to loading. The primary purpose is to risk assess cargo before it arrives in the EU.|
Equipment Positioning Service - Export
EPS-E
Equipment Positioning Service - Import
EPS-I
EXPORT RECEIVING FEE
ERF
Examination Service
EXA
A service where the carrier arranges a relevant examination of a container, e.g. VACIS/X-ray/scanner. The service is applied based on: - Customer request; - Customs/security and/or Government regulations; - The type of cargo where certain commodities are required to be examined; - Country regulations that require examination. The carrier liaises with the correct authority (e.g. US Customs) to arrange for the examinations if and when they are required and obtains costs for same.
Export handling
EX-H
Export Service
EXP
This service covers the provision and administration of export services such as, but not limited to, equipment release, arrangement of pick-up and drop-off, and handling notifications.