Republic Of Congo ECTN Certificate : Rs 4,000 / Unit Get Latest Price

Product Brochure : download
Service Mode : Online
Payment Mode : Online/Offline
Service Duration : 1 To 3 Days
Service Location : India Ports

Ports :-
POINTE NOIRE
YOMBO

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)
  • GUOT (Guichet Unique des Opérations Transfrontaliers) document / provided by importer
  • Export document
  • Phone number and email address of consignee
  • ETS & ETA
  • H.S. code

Additional Info:

It is not possible to create an ECTN number for Congo beforehand. The ECTN number will be provided after validation of the ECTN document. For Congo it is not mandatory to mention an ECTN number on the Master Bill of Lading. Procedure

Submit the required documents by email or online. You will be sent a draft and Performa invoice, Once your payment has been received and you approve the draft, validated certificate be sent. Timeline

ECTN needs to be shown to the CCC (Congolese Shippers Council) in the time frame of 5 days after the departure and 5 days before the vessel arrives at the port. The ECTN should be validated at least 5 days before the date of vessel arrival. This can be done within 48 hours after receipt of payment.

BESC

Bordereau Electronique de Suivi des Cargaisons

The Republic of the Congo also known as Congo-Brazzaville is a country which is situated in the western coast of Central Africa. It is bordered by 5 countries: GABON to the West, CAMEROON to the North-North West, CENTRAL AFRICAN REPUBLIC to the North-North-East, REPUBLIC DEMOCRATIC OF CONGO to the North-East, South-East, South and ANGOLA to the South-West.

As per the decree No. 008/19/AO/PR – DCMCE dated 12/04/99, all seaport entrances in the Republic of Congo need to apply for ECTN certificate solely with the purpose of tracing goods entering the country.

The Congolese Shipper Council decided on 24th of September 2018 that the costs of the ECTN document will increase by 50% in the event of non-compliance with the regulations in force.