Freight Forwarding Software

EXPORT SEA

You have to follow the listing to do a work (Export Sea) fruitfully:

  1. Booking
  2. Shipping Order
  3. Cargo Receive
  4. Cargo Staffing (Plan & Package)
  5. Shipment Advice
  6. Shipment Advice
  7. The HBL number and other related reference number is given by the freight forwarder on the House Bill of Lading. All other information in Bill of lading are mentioned based on the legal export shipping documents completed by exporter for customs clearance procedures.
  8. MBL (1st leg +2nd leg+3rd leg) Master Bill of Lading issued by vessel owner or his agent to a freight forwarder on receipt of goods from shipper agreeing to deliver goods at destination.
  9. Financial Accounting:
    • Freight Invoice
    • Debit Note
    • Credit Note
    • Expense Bill
  10. Reports:
    • Profit & Loss Statement
    • Volume Report

IMPORT SEA

You have to follow the listing to do a work (Import Sea) fruitfully:

  1. House Bill of Lading issued by a freight forwarder on receipt of goods from shipper agreeing to deliver goods at destination. An issues bill of lading to X on receipt of goods after necessary export customs formalities. A after receiving goods from X transfers goods to C who is a main carrier of goods.
  2. Master Bill of Lading is a document created for shipping companies by their carriers as a receipt of transfer. The document also includes the terms for transporting the freight and the name and address of the consignor, or the shipper, and the consignee, the person whom possess the goods.
  3. Arrival Notice
  4. Forward Letter
  5. Delivery Order
  6. Financial Accounting:
    • Freight Invoice
    • Expense Bill
    • Debit Note
    • Credit Note
    • C&F Bill
    • Custom Expense bill
  7. Reports:
    • Profit & Loss Statement
    • Custom Profit & Loss Statement
    • Volume Report
    • C&F Volume report

EXPORT AIR

You have to follow the listing to do a work (Export Air) fruitfully:

  1. Dummy Boking
  2. Shipping
  3. MAWB (1st leg+2nd leg+3rd leg) (MAWB is Master airway bill issued by main carrier of goods on receipt of goods from a freight forwarder to deliver at destination as per agreed terms)
  4. Cargo Receive
  5. Shipment Advice
  6. Final HAWB (HAWB means House airway bill issued by a freight forwarder on receipt of goods from shipper agreeing to deliver goods at destination)
  7. Financial Accounting:
    • Freight Invoice
    • Debit Note
    • Credit Note
    • Expense Bill
  8. Reports:
    • Profit & Loss Statement
    • Volume Report

IMPORT AIR

You have to follow the listing to do a work (Import Air) fruitfully:

  1. House Bill
  2. Master B/L
  3. Request Letter
  4. Arrival Notice
  5. Financial Accounting:
    • Freight Invoice
    • Expense Bill
    • Debit Note
    • Credit Note
    • C&F Bill
    • Custom Expense bill
  6. Reports:
    • Profit & Loss Statement
    • Custom Profit & Loss Statement
    • Volume Report
    • C&F Volume report

The Basic Information to Re-use in Every Modules

  • Shipper is the person or company who is usually the supplier or owner of commodities shipped.
  • Consignee is the party shown on the bill of lading or air waybill to whom the shipment is consigned. Need not always be the buyer, and in some countries, will be the buyer's bank. See also Bill of Lading - Order B/L and Notify Party.
  • An agent is similar to a distributor in that he’s a middleman. However, an agent does not take title to the goods and provides fewer services than a distributor does. The agent’s role is to get orders and (usually) earn a commission for his services. The following figure illustrates the relationship among the agent, the supplier, and the buyer.
  • Clearing and Forwarding Agent means any person who is engaged in providing any service, either directly or indirectly, connected with the C&F operations in any manner to any other person and includes a consignment agent.
  • Ground Handling Agents performs various logistics services that may expound to shipping but mainly a Ground Handling Agents service may include arranging and coordinating customs for attaching warehousing, thoroughly completing all the documentation work required for your shipment, and finally confirming the delivery of your shipment.
  • Carrier: A freight forwarder, forwarder, or forwarding agent, also known as a non-vessel operating common carrier (NVOCC), is a person or company that organizes shipments for individuals or corporations to get goods from the manufacturer or producer to a market, customer or final point of distribution.
  • Container
  • Feeder vessel is normally small in size compared to mother vessel. Feeder vessels serves between smaller ports to mother vessel.
  • Mode is type of Air/Sea which type system we process in freight forwarding.
  • CFS (container freight station) Shipping term meaning that goods will be packed into container(s) at the port of origin and unpacked at the port of destination at the carrier's risk and expense.
  • Country List with Port Code/Name along with Local and Foreign Currency
  • Banking Details, Shipper Bank, Consignee Bank
  • Trade: Which type trade we want to process Export or Import.
  • Unit of Mesurement
  • Sales person: Your employed person who represents your company to the customer for Get the job done.
  • A Terminal Operating System, or TOS, is a key part of the supply chain and primarily aims to control the movement and storage of various types of Cargo in and around a Container terminal or Port. The systems also enable you to make better use of your assets, labor and equipment, plan your workload, and get up to the minute information which allows for more timely and cost-effective decision making.
  • Commodity maybe defined as a raw material or product that is traded, such as ores, grain, coffee etc. Commodity becomes Cargo when it enters the transportation realm. Cargo is what is transported. There are several terms associated with Commodity and Cargo.
  • MAWB: From now on AWB will be used to refer to both. The contract of carriage between the forwarder and carrier is called a Master Air Waybill.
  • Third-party logistics, is the outsourcing of some or all of your supply chain and logistics operations. This means that a third-party company will take care of your entire supply chain and logistics operations.
  • Chart of Accounts with Financial Group.
  • User Administrator of Business.

Development Tools

  • Framework: ASP.NET MVC
  • Web Server: Internet Information Services (IIS)
  • Database: MSSQL
  • Object Relationship Model(ORM): Entity Framework
  • Design Pattern: Repository
  • Reporting Tools: HTML, CSS, JS
  • Scripting: jQuery, Ajax, Bootstrap, Datatable etc.
  • Clint Side Validation: jQuery Validation
  • Mail Transfer Protocol: SMTP
  • SMS: Non-Masking/ Masking
  • Operating System(OS): Independent
  • Browser: Independent

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