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1-1 KYOBASHI CHOME CHOU-KU, TOKYO 1048340
 
 

Sample Bill of Lading

2 shipment records available

Bill of Lading Number
3003769
Shipment Date
2013-12-21
Consignee
Bridgestone Corporation
Consignee (Original Format)
BRIDGESTONE CORPORATION COMPOUNDING MATERIALS SECTION (9813) RAW MATERIAL PROCUREMENT DEP 1 KYOBASHI 3-CHOME CHUO-KU, TOKYO
Consignee Registration Number
SN
Consignee Ultimate Parent
#<SpCompany:0x0055e4ffe06ca0>
Shipper
Mexico Carbon Mfg., S.A. De C.V.
Shipper (Original Format)
MEXICO CARBON MANUFACTURING, S.A. DE C.V. DARWIN Miguel Hidalgo Distrito Federal 11590
Shipper Tax Number
MCM0509024MA
Shipper Global HQ
Bridgestone Corporation
Shipment Destination
Japan
Port of Lading
Altamira (MX)
Port of Lading (Original Format)
ALTAMIRA, ALTAMIRA, TAMAULIPAS.
Country of Purchase
Japan
Transport Method
Maritime
Customs Regime
Return Of Goods (Immex).
Customs Agent
3503
Gross Weight (kg)
130336.0
Gross Weight (t)
130.336
Gross Weight (Original Format)
130336.0
Value of Goods, CIF (USD)
$258,560
Value of Goods, CIF (MXN)
3354299.0
Exchange Rate (MXN-USD)
$13
Item Destination
Japan
HS Code
28030002
Goods Shipped
NEGRO DE HUMO
Shipment Quantity
128.0
Shipment Unit
Tonelada
Value of Goods, Item CIF (USD)
$258,560
Value of Goods, Item CIF (MXN)
3354299
Shipment Value (MXN)
3354299
Tax Quantity
128000.0
Tax Unit
Kilo
Customs Processing Tax 1 Method Code
9
Customs Processing Tax 1 Value (MXN)
250

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