How can Airlansea LLC ship my cargo to my destination?
Answer: If you are not able to bring your shipment and be physically present at our office to fill out the appropriate booking form for your shipment, you must be registered online and then request for booking using the appropriate booking form.
Can I shop online and send to Airlansea LLC address?
Answer: Yes you can, provided you have gone through our registration process and have submitted all required documentations
Can I send my cargo to Airlansea LLC from anywhere in the U.S?
Answer: Yes you can, if you have gone through our registration process and have provided all required documentations
What type of goods can I ship?
Answer: A variety of goods can be shipped ranging from household goods like; furniture, clothes, groceries and appliances to industrial machines. Goods not allowed include, firearms, any type of weapon, animals, prohibited items, or undeclared goods. Temperature sensitive items are also advised against because container can reach very high degree Fahrenheit.
Can Airlansea LLC make arrangement to pick up my vehicle(s) or equipment?
Answer: We can help make arrangements to pick up your vehicle(s), goods or equipment if you have gone through our registration process and have filled out the CARGO PICK UP REQUEST FORM and BOOKING FORM.
Can I send my vehicles directly from auto auctions to Airlansea LLC address?
Answer: Yes you can, if you have gone through our registration process and have provided all required documentations. You also must have paid for the delivery of your vehicle(s) or have made provisions in advance for Airlansea LLC to make payment on your behalf upon delivery of your vehicle(s).
Can I ask my manufacturer, vendor or supplier to send my order directly to Airlansea LLC and then ship to me?
Answer: Absolutely, if you have gone through our registration process and have provided all required documentations. On receiving the shipment we will determine if packaging is export ready. If not, we will make it export ready and charges may apply.
Can I load my container myself or make my own loading arrangement?
Answer: You are welcomed to load your container yourself if you have the experience or have experienced people assist using the right materials and equipment. When you decide to load your own container, it will be brought to the specified location on a truck and you will have 2 hours to load. This is called “live load”. If you need more time, please contact us and make your request in advance. Additional time will be assessed by the hour. You must also consider the distance from the place of loading to the port of sail. The further the distance from the port of sail, the higher the cost of trucking.
My cargo will not fill up a container, what should I do?
Answer: When what you have will not fill up a container, your cargo is considered less-than-container- load or LCL. In this case, your cargo will be consolidated with other shippers in the same situation. At Airlansea LLC we have years of experience and have come up with these SOLUTIONS FOR LCL shipments. But if you don’t want your cargo to be in the same container with other person’s cargo, you may send your container like that, if cost is not an issue to you.
How far in advance should I plan my shipment?
Answer: We strongly recommend we get your booking request 12 to 18 days prior to the shipping date, to allow time for customs clearance, load container and drop off at the port at least 1 week before the ship sail date.
How long will shipment take before they get to destination?
Answer: For Full-Container-Load (FCL), it depends on the shipping line chosen at the time of requesting booking, which typically can take between 16-40 days from when the vessel sails from the U.S. But at Airlansea LLC, for less-than-container-load (LCL), the transit time is between 30-35 days from when the vessel sails from the U.S. to Nigeria.
What payment methods are available?
Answer: There are 4 ways to make payment:
(1) You can pay by check (mail in your check or in person)
(2) Cash in person
(3) Deposit cash or check into our account
(4) By transfer from your account to ours
(5) PayPal: firstname.lastname@example.org
FAQs in support of the recent changes issued by United States Customs & Border Protection Informational Pipeline # 16-004-NWK affecting the export of self-propelled vehicles from the ports of New York and New Jersey.
What is the United States Customs & Border Protection Informational Pipeline # 16-004-NWK?
Answer:It is a revised procedures notice for exporting self-propelled vehicles from the ports of New York and New Jersey.
When did the United States Customs & Border Protection Informational release Pipeline # 16-004-NWK?
Answer: it was released on Friday, December 4, 2015 with immediate effect.
Is this a new CBP NY/NJ policy?
Answer: No, the CBP required stamped vehicle titles from 1980 - 2008
What changes have resulted from the issuance of United States Customs & Border Protection Informational Pipeline # 16-004-NWK?
Answer: Effective immediately all self-propelled vehicles exported from the ports of New York and New Jersey must have their title stamped by CBP and submitted to the Steamship Line prior to export.
Is there a grace period of application ?
Answer: No phase in or grace period was provided by United States Customs & Border Protection
I provided the steamship line my Shipping Instructions but not a CBP stamped vehicle title, will my cargo be exported?
Answer: The steamship lines will not load the container for export as compliance to Pipeline # 16-004-NWK is mandatory.
CBP will provide a stamped “release” for export vehicles and required vehicles to be “held on dock” waiting such a release ASCII 72 hour requirement complying with CBP regulation 19 CFR 192.2. CBP will require all stamped release documents to be presented to the steamship line prior to loading vehicles for export. The steamship line and terminal are not authorized to load vehicles for export without such a stamped “release”
What are the ramifications if an auto shipment is exported without a CBP stamped vehicle title?
Answer:The Ocean Carrier and the Exporter are liable for penalties set forth in 19 CFR 192
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