Cameroon ECTN Certificate : Rs 4,000 / Pack Get Latest Price
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Service Mode : Online
Payment Mode : Online/Offline
Service Duration : 1 To 3 Days
Service Location : India Ports
Documents and Informations required
- Bill of Lading (Final B/L for validation)
- Commercial invoice: currency must be mentioned in $ or €
- Freight invoice in the same currency (not needed in case the freight charges are mentioned on the commercial invoice)
- Transaction ID number starting with PRxxxxxx (provided by importer)
- NIF number (TIN number provided by importer)
- SGS import license number
- ETS & ETA
- Phone number and email address of shipper and consignee
- Country of Origin of the goods
Although it is not mandatory to mention a BESC number for Cameroon on the Master Bill of Lading, the policy of each Shipping line can be different.
Please contact your shipping line to verify if a BESC number is required on the Master Bill of Lading.
The Cameroon BESC number will be provided after validation.
At the Port of delivery, the validation process will take 3-5 days from initial request.
Submit the required documents by email or online.
You will be sent a draft and an invoice, typically within the same day.
Once your payment has been received and you approve the draft, a validation will be sent.
The BESC must be validated before the arrival of the ship at destination BESC .
Bordereau de Suivi des Cargaisons The Republic of Cameroon is a country in Central Africa, bordered by the following countries: NIGERIA to the North-North West, CHAD to the North-North East, CENTRAL AFRICAN REPUBLIC to the East, REPUBLIC OF CONGO to the South-East, GABON to the South, EQUATORIAL GUINEA, and GOLF OF GUINEA to the South-West.
According to the decree 00557/MINT issued by the National Port Authority (NPA), effective from11th July 2006, all seaport entrances to Cameroon must apply for BESC certificate with the aim to trace goods entering the country.The Republic of Senegal is a country located in West Africa. It is bordered in the North by MAURITANIA in the East by MALI and in the South by GUINEA BISSAU and GUINEA CONAKRY,In 2008, the Senegalese Shipper’s Council established the requirement that all cargo imported into the country will require a Cargo Tracking Note (CTN).Some shipping lines may not load cargo without the CTN number.Cargo arriving without a Cargo Tracking Note may be subject of fines and delays.