A delivery order (abbreviated D/O) is a document issued by a consignee, owner, or agent of a freight carrier, authorising the release of cargo for delivery to another party.
At least two countries' port officials are involved in the shipping procedure, similar to customs authorities. They grant clearance for products to be loaded onto the ship in the exporting country. They offer clearance for items to enter the importing country in the importing country.
Normally, one Bill of Lading or one Airway Bill is treated as one shipment by the carrier. As a result, the details of each Bill of Lading/Airway Bill are filed one by one in the Import General Manifest, serially numbered. In IGM, each serial number is referred to as a Line number.
In export cargo handling, a delivery order is a basic term. The document provided by the transporter of goods to pick up the empty container for stuffing export cargo is referred to as a "delivery order" (D.O) in the export trade. After deciding on a carrier, the shipper arranges for the container to be loaded with a shipping line.
The carrier issues a delivery order to the party who will receive the goods. When cargo arrives at its final destination port, it is transported to a customs bonded area where customs clearance procedures are completed.
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