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Bill of Lading - MR JON SCOTT GILMORE - ImportKey Import Trade Data

 

BOL : EGLV050000292687

SUPPLIER/SHIPPER BUYER/CONSIGNEE
OMNI SHIPPING SERVICES INC
3388 74 77 SIRINRAT BLDG 21ST FL RAMA 4 RD BANGKOK 10110 THAILAND C O TRANSPO INTERNATIONAL LTD

MR JON SCOTT GILMORE
2485 ANCHOR WATCH DR WADMALAW ISLAND SC 29487 UNITED STATES

ORIGIN DESTINATION PLACE OF RECEIPT
55751 Kajang, Malaysia 1601 Charleston, South Carolina LAT KRABANG
NOTIFY PARTY NAME BILL TYPE House Bill BOL
1) MR. JON SCOTT GILMORE REGULAR BILL EGLV050000292687
Actual Arrival Date Vessel Name Container Number Estimate Arrival Date Vessel Country Code
2020-05-06 CMA CGM CALCUTTA EITU0061720 2020-05-05 DK
Cargo Description
USED HOUSEHOLD GOODS,PERSONAL EFFECTS (91 CTNS + 3 CASES) USED HOUSEHOLD GOODS AND PERSONAL EFFECTS HS. CODE 9804.0000 "OCEAN TRANSPORTATION SERVICES WILL BE ARRANGED THROUGH OMNI EITU0061720 001 SHIPPING SERVICES INC. A TARIFFED AND BONDED NON-VESSEL-OPERATING COMMON CARRIER LICENSED BY THE U.S.FEDERAL MARITIME COMMISSION. LICENSE NUMBER 013252N. TRANSPO INTERNATIONAL LTD. IS AN AUTHORIZED AGENT OF EITU0061720 001 OMNI SHIPPING SERVICES,INC." @ (ACTUAL SHIPPER. MR.JOHN SCOTT GILMORE / NRA # 20200323-8770) @@ FAX 303.214.2168 / EMAIL [email protected] @@@ EMAIL [email protected]
Piece Count WEIGHT Manifest Quantity Manifest# Voyage Number
0000000094 00000001747 00000000094 000001 0TUC5
Trade Update Date Carrier Code Conveyance Id Conveyance Id Qualifier
2020-03-29 EGLV 9779771 03
Foreign Port Of Landing Qualifier Record Status Indicator Mode Of Transportation
K N VESSEL, containerized
Container Description Sequence Number Container Info From Type 20 Record
001 CN=EITU0061720 L=02000 H=00000806 W=00000800 TYPE=22G1 LOAD-STATUS=L TYPE-Of-SVC=House to House
 

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Frequently Asked Questions

  • Where does the data come from?

    Every shipment entering or leaving the United States is required to pass through U.S Customs. Our shipment manifest data comes from the bill of lading for shipments. The shipment manifest data given to us comprises of all accessible data on the bill of lading.
    Our software makes this data easily searchable and comprehensible, allowing you to make intelligent investment decisions for you or your company.

  • Which plan is best for me?

    ImportKey offers 3 flexible plans to meet your business needs. Each plan includes company contact info, dedicated email support, downloadable search results, visual maps and company searches. The main difference between the plans is the number of searches per day as well as the amount of data you have access to.
    The Startup plan is intended for clients who are hoping to get data on specific organizations.
    The Business plan enables you to look through 2 year of shipment information while the Enterprise plan gives you access to more than 5 years of shipment information.

  • Why are a few shipment records duplicated?

    ImportKey matches the search keyword you used and outputs all the matching records. However, there are certain situations where you see multiple records with similar data.
    1. There might be many house bills or simple bills attached to the Master BOL, and you are viewing all the records at the same time.
    2. Shipment records are updating during Trade or when reached the ports. This creates a new record with the same information. We do not delete the shipment manifests which are updated.
    3. The records also get duplicated with same BOL numbers, when a container has many LCL shipments with the same products. This can create multiple shipment records, with the same data.

  • What can I search for?

    We have built a robust search field, that gives accurate results. You can search for Products, Company name and address, BOL numbers, HS code, Port of lading, suppliers and buyers.

  • What are the key fields and descriptions?

    Actual Arrival date: The date the shipment was received at a US port
    Cargo Description: Text field describing the product and goods shipped
    Quantity: Number of items in the shipment
    Weight: Weight of goods shipped (includes packaging)
    BOL: The Master Bill of lading number
    Consignee: The party that purchased the goods
    Shipper: The party that shipped goods

  • Why does the bill of lading have blank consignee and shipper fields?

    According to US Customs data, a Company / Organization can petition the U.S. government to have their name and address and their overseas suppliers' names and addresses removed from bill of lading records. This is the reason why some consignee and shipper fields are blank. In many cases, we can get the company details in the cargo description fields.

  • Can I upgrade or downgrade my account anytime?

    You may upgrade or downgrade your account at any time. In the case of an upgrade we will refund your previous subscription on a prorata basis. In the case of a downgrade your subscription rate will be updated at the beginning of next monthly billing cycle.

  • How do I find a supplier's contact info?

    ImportKey provides a tab for each supplier record which will include any listed phone numbers or email addresses included in the customs and trade data. However, often companies will not input their phone numbers or email information into the shipping record. Thus, alternative and often more effective methods for finding the suppliers' contact information is to search for the company's name and different variations of the company's name on Google and other search engines (e.g., Baidu). In addition, you can search the companies' address in Google as often that will pull up helpful information regarding contact details. If you still cannot find the contact information you can also hire a sourcing agent in the local country and provide them the address and company name and they should be able to put you in contact.

  • Why cant I find a company I am looking for?

    There are a few different reasons this may be happening. The most common reason is that often companies will import products under a different company name (subsidiary/sister company) than they sell them under. To address this there are a few different methods you can attempt including: 1) search for the company address instead of name; 2) check trade mark registrations, government filings and domain name registrations for alternative company names and addresses; 3) check company websites for corporate structure and any parent/sister/subsidiary companies. In addition, our data only covers sea freight and thus any air shipments or companies which ship exclusively by air will not show up in the search results. Furthermore, some exporters may use third party shipping or export agents to handle their sea freight exports and thus only the shipping company or agent name may show up on the shipping record instead of the actual exporter/supplier.