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What does Express Release Bill of Lading mean?

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By default all shipments with us go on express releases. Express = telex release = means that you do not have to provide originals Bill of Ladings in order to recover your goods at the destination. Shipment on express release should be released at the destination upon providing a copy of the B/L received from us in e-mail. No originals required. Several countries around the world, particularly Argentina, Brazil, Ecuador, Certain countries in Africa, do not accept express releases. Carrier should specify it upon issue of B/L. Then we will mail you a set of originals Bill of Ladings by USPS First Class Mail within USA/Canada for free. Expedited or international mail must be prepaid. If shipper/receptionist requires a set of originals B/L for shipments to countries that DO accept express release, then $50 fee will be added on top of cost of the mail. Find more about Bill of Lading in this link http://www.oceanfreightusa.com/shipdoc_bl. more
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By default all shipments with us go on express releases. Express = telex release = means that you do not have to provide originals Bill of Ladings in order to recover your goods at the destination. Shipment on express release should be released at the destination upon providing a copy of the B/L received from us in e-mail. No originals required. Several countries around the world, particularly Argentina, Brazil, Ecuador, Certain countries in Africa, do not accept express releases. Carrier should specify it upon issue of B/L. Then we will mail you a set of originals Bill of Ladings by USPS First Class Mail within USA/Canada for free. Expedited or international mail must be prepaid. If shipper/receptionist requires a set of originals B/L for shipments to countries that DO accept express release, then $50 fee will be added on top of cost of the mail. more
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