Canon Singapore Pte., Ltd., C/O NIPPON EXPRESS (SINGAPORE) PTE. LTD.OCEAN CARGO BRANCH 3PL DEPARTME NT , 5C TOH GUAN ROAD EAST LEVEL 3 , SINGAPORE -608828 SINGAPORE SG | Buyer Report — Panjiva
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Cleaned and organized India shipments

3 India shipments available for Canon Singapore Pte., Ltd.
Date Data Source Supplier Details
2018-09-26 India Export Shipments
CANON INDIA PRIVATE LIMITED
0918C003AA CANON DADF-AT1 INCH/AB/K IMP.V.BOE#7792724 DT.27/08/2018
2018-09-26 India Export Shipments
CANON INDIA PRIVATE LIMITED
0918C003AA CANON DADF-AT1 INCH/AB/K IMP.V.BOE#7792724 DT.27/08/2018
2019-03-13 India Export Shipments
CANON INDIA PRIVATE LIMITED
COMPUTER PARTS- BASE PART NO.0D0H7
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C/O NIPPON EXPRESS (SINGAPORE) PTE. LTD.OCEAN CARGO BRANCH 3PL DEPARTME NT , 5C TOH GUAN ROAD EAST LEVEL 3 , SINGAPORE -608828 SINGAPORE SG
 
 

Sample Bill of Lading

3 shipment records available

Bill of Lading Number
7840836
HS Code
84439959
Goods Described
0918C003AA CANON DADF-AT1 INCH/AB/K IMP.V.BOE#7792724 DT.27/08/2018
Item Quantity
117.0
Item Quantity Unit
PCS
Item Value, FOB (INR)
1076400.0
Departure Date
2018-09-26
Shipper
Canon India Pvt., Ltd.
Shipper (Original Format)
CANON INDIA PRIVATE LIMITED
Consignee
Canon Singapore Pte., Ltd.
Consignee (Original Format)
CANON SINGAPORE PTE.LTD
Port of Unlading
Singapore (SG)
Port of Lading
Nhava Sheva (Jawaharlal Nehru) (IN)
Shipment Destination
Singapore
Transport Method
Maritime
Item Number
1
Value of Goods (USD)
14873.566394915020039572
Value of Goods, FOB (INR)
1076400.0

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