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  • Pre Alert advice is required from the principals or their agents at PO.
  • Generally Master B/L to be consigned to Al Maweed Marine Services. However, for “for custom duty exempted” cargo, Master B/L should be consigned to the actual receivers direct. While booking cargo, please enquire from the shipper whether the cargo is “custom duty exempted” in Saudi Arabia or not. Original MBL should be send to us by courier service.
  • House B/L should be consigned to the actual receiver as per the terms of L/C or Purchase Order.
  • House B/L and manifest should incorporate
    1. House B/L No.
    2. Previous B/L No., if any
    3. Name and address of shippers
    4. Complete name and address of ultimate receiver in Saudi Arabia (Tel & Fax / Telex No.)
    5. Shipping Marks & Numbers
    6. No. And kind of packages
    7. Description of cargo
    8. Weight in kgs
    9. Measurement in cbm
    10. Container No. & Size
    11. Freight Status
    12. IMCO Class, UN No. Page No. Flash Point, Nett/gross weight in case of Dangerous Cargo.
  • The packing should be seaworthy and should completely protect the goods against all damages and corrosion.
  • The dimensions of the packages should be suitable for the method of the transportation to be chosen.
  • All the goods must be palletized and easily accessible for the customs inspection, by mechanical handling. Pallet or unit load per package loaded in the container should not exceed two (2) tons.
  • Dangerous cargo must be packed, labeled and stowed according to the relative IMDG Codes. Pre-loading permission should be obtained for dangerous cargo.
  • Hazardous cargo list which require MOI permit.
  • Cargo for CFS Dammam & CFS Riyadh should not be co-loaded in one container, i.e. separate containers should be used for CFS Dammam and CFS Riyadh.
  • The import of used garments for commercial purposes, and tires, right hand driven vehicles, badly damaged packages and goods not complying with SASO specifications are banned into Saudi ports.
  • Port authority may reject to discharge the damages or any particular cargo if the cargo inspection shows that its cargo handling may hinder the smooth delivery to the consignees.
  • There are also restrictions for arms & ammunition liquors, alcohol, contraband items, pornographic & materials, pictures & CD. There should be no items of Israel make.
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SASO means Saudi Arabian Standards specifications as set forth by the Government of Kingdom of Saudi Arabia for various commodities. The manufacturers or competent authority at country of origin have to issue a certificate that the respective commodity complies with the SASO specifications; and then this certificate has to be legalized from the respective Chamber of Commerce Industry and Saudi Consulate. This certificate is required to be produced at the time of custom clearance at this end.;

For further information please visit website: www.iccp.com The International Conformity Certification Program (ICCP) operates under the authority of the Ministry of Commerce and Industry (MoCI) in Saudi Arabia and is proudly supported by Intertek.