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List of documents for cargo processing in the ports


For import cargo

- full set (3 originals) of bill of lading, duly endorsed by consignee (on b/l back side)
- shipper's release instructions (in case "consignee" b/l's column is filed as "TO ORDER")
- cargo refusal letter of initial consignee (subject consignee in b/l has been changed)
- cargo acceptance letter from newly nominated consignee
- commercial invoice, interpreted to Russian (Ukrainian) language
- packing list, interpreted to Russian (Ukrainian) language
- merchant's power of attorney on cargo port processing
- copy of consignee's customs accreditation card, duly endorsed
- certificate of origin, interpreted to Russian (Ukrainian) language
- quality certificate (applicable not for all types of import cargo)
- health certificate (required for import foodstuffs) with marks on dates of manufacture and expiration
- certificate of conformity of UkrSEPRO type, which should be issued by the governmental center of standardization, metrology and certification (if import range of cargo is subject to obligatory governmental certification)
- import quarantine license (applicable for import cargo of vegetative origin like tea, coffee, cacao, spicery, flour (and it's prods), etc...)
- sanitary and hygienic conclusion report (applicable not for all types of import cargo)
- phytosanitary certificate (applicable for import cargo of vegetative origin)
- veterinary certificate (applicable for import cargo of animal origin)
- preliminary customs declaration form
- letter of conformance (applicable if import cargo to be placed at customs bonded warehouse)


For transit cargo

- full set (3 originals) of bill of lading, duly endorsed by consignee (on b/l back side)
- shipper's release instructions (in case "consignee" b/l's column is filed as "TO ORDER")
- cargo refusal letter of initial consignee (subject consignee in b/l has been changed)
- cargo acceptance letter from newly nominated consignee
- commercial invoice, interpreted to Russian (Ukrainian) language
- packing list, interpreted to Russian (Ukrainian) language
- merchant's power of attorney on cargo port processing
- copy of certificate of origin, interpreted to Russian (Ukrainian) language
- copy of quality certificate (applicable not for all types of transit cargo)
- health certificate (required for transit foodstuffs) with marks on dates of manufacture and expiration
- phytosanitary certificate (applicable for transit cargo of vegetative origin)
- veterinary certificate (applicable for transit cargo of animal origin)
- merchant's letter of commitment on payment of detention charges (48 free hours are granted for cargo customs clearance and off-load) and liner demurrage (if any)



For export cargo

- merchant's power of attorney on cargo port processing
- export cargo customs declaration form
- shipper's CMR or waybill
- commercial invoice, interpreted to Russian (Ukrainian) language
- packing list
- phytosanitary certificate (applicable for export cargo of vegetative origin)
- veterinary certificate (applicable for exported cargo of animal origin)
- merchant's duly endorsed instructions for cargo documents (CMR, waybill, railway bill, bill of lading) issuance


List of above-mentioned required documents is subject to changes and alterations without prior notification and depends on demands of state control authorities

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