What paperwork is required for export transportation services?
Document requirements change depending on which country you are exporting to, so it is best to ask an export expert based on your information. Export transportation providers do require a shippers letter of instruction or power of attorney to ship goods abroad.
If an exporter is shipping via air freight, a consent to screen form written on the exporter’s letterhead is required. Moreover, Scarbrough requires a client application to be in place. All documents can be found here >> Be a Client
An exporter is also required to send its commercial invoice and packing list to the broker.
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