Journey Of Your Shipment


  1. Buyer orders goods from a supplier.
  2. Pro forma invoice is provided (similar to a quote).
  3. A purchase order is created by the supplier.
  4. The buyer provides the order and supplier details to their Freight Mart International representative to handle the transport of the goods.
  5. Freight Mart International confirms Incoterms with the buyer and the supplier.
  6. The buyer processes payment to the supplier depending on the agreed method, deposit and balance paid at an agreed stage or the buyer obtains a Letter of Credit from the bank to pay for the goods. The supplier’s bank approves the letter of credit.
  7. Manufacturing of the goods begins.
  8. The supplier provides the buyer with an order confirmation and a Commercial Invoice.
  9. Freight Mart International representative contacts their overseas partner to arrange the movement of the goods locally.
  10. Freight Mart International and /or our agent contacts the supplier locally to arrange the movement of the freight based on the suppliers estimated cargo readiness date.
  11. The supplier makes a booking for the export shipment.
  12. The supplier provides all the documents necessary for export which will be handled on the buyer’s behalf by the Freight Mart International office and/or agent.
  13. The supplier is required to complete the Export Declaration.
  14. Supplier packs and loads goods for export and nominated carrier arrives to pick up the goods at the supplier’s warehouse.
  15. Goods delivered to nominated terminal for air freight or ocean freight loading.
  16. Once the vessel has departed, a Bill of Lading is issued. After an air consignment has been received by the carrier and the aircraft departs an Air Waybill will be issued.
  17. Only then goods are placed in international transit.
  18. The buyer will be required to provide all commercial documents in order for Freight Mart International Customs Brokers to lodge the customs clearance prior to vessel estimated arrival date (ETA).
  19. Please refer to out shipping guide Import Documentation Requirement For Customs Clearance for more information.
  20. The buyer is required to present either the original Bill of Lading (signed paper document) or a Telex Release (electronic release if the original Bill of Lading has been surrendered) in order to secure the release of the shipment and claim ownership over the goods. Contact your Freight Mart International representative for more information regarding this process.
  21. Once the customs clearance is lodged, goods pending release from Australian Customs Border Force and The Department of Agriculture, Water and the Environment.
  22. The cleared goods are delivered from the destination country port and/or Freight Mart International container staging depot to the agreed location of the buyer.

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