International Shipping

Requirements for International Shipments

1. All persons sending International Shipments must complete the MSO Form in its entirety and submit to the NASSCO Logistics Team.
2. The seller or seller’s agent is responsible to complete and submit all the correct and necessary documents with an international shipment. Inaccurate or misleading statements may result in Customs delays, increased review by U.S. Customs Inspectors or penalties against the importer.
3. Seller is responsible for and agrees to indemnify Buyer for any and all fines, damages, losses, expense, attorney fees, court costs, etc., that result from Seller’s failure to comply with the commercial invoice requirements.
4. Incoterms as agreed upon and contained in the purchase order must be stated on the invoice.
5. If shipping for any new construction government contract via a P1 US vessel to, the supplier must submit rated Bill of Lading’s to MARAD 7 days after delivery.
6. ISF documentation should be provided by the shipper at least 72 hours prior to shipment departure via ocean.
Commercial Program shipments: U.S Customs Broker is DSV

DSV Air & Sea, Inc.
1425 Corporate Center drive Suite #900
San Diego, CA, 92154
Telephone +1 (858) 621-6314 ext. 6309

Government Program shipments: U.S. Customs Broker is RL Jones
RL Jones Customhouse Brokers
8830 Siempre Viva Rd Suite 300
San Diego CA 92154
Telephone +1 (619) 661-8182 Ext. 1210

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