Pre Arrival Marine Reporting Solutions

There are requirements on imported goods and legislative requirements for reporting conveyances and cargo for shipments arriving via marine. Penalties for failure to report are included which may result in customs inspections and examinations. Within a select timeframe marine cargo arrivals must be reported.

Conveyance data is information about the origin of vessel, container and operator that is carrying the goods and its arrival information about the goods they are carrying must be reported.

The place of discharge, marine filing code, place of destination, equipment and quantity of goods are reported through a electronic bill of lading processed via telex release.

Before they reach the the ocean terminal or port, even before they are loaded on to the conveyance, it helps protect Canadians from harm, including safety and security threats when cargo is reported properly.

Online tracking updates for prearrival information alert and notifications are submitted to customs agencies, and updated through the system for marine containers.

Numeric code identifying the marine line is processed according to the aviation transportation administration agency.

Relative parties have access to the reporting system for automatic data-processing allowing them to connect with customs directly for emanifest reporting and supersede customs requirements.

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Marine carriers and logistic service providers are required to transmit conveyance and cargo data to CBSA at least 48 hours prior to its arrival at the first point of arrival in Canada. Request us to provide a demo for ACI air modules.

    ACI Marine Reporting

    Transmit reporting information and supplementary data within the same time frames as the conveyance can cargo data electronically and online through Stream.