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Honda Motor Co., Ltd.

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Top countries/regions supplied by Honda Motor Co., Ltd.
Destination Country/Region
  • Indonesia
    414,287 shipments (69.1%)
  • United States
    142,465 shipments (23.8%)
  • Colombia
    13,476 shipments (2.2%)
  • India
    9,496 shipments (1.6%)
  • Brazil
    6,393 shipments (1.1%)
  • Sri Lanka
    5,315 shipments (0.9%)
  • Pakistan
    3,860 shipments (0.6%)
  • Mexico
    3,501 shipments (0.6%)
  • Paraguay
    392 shipments (0.1%)
  • Bolivia
    39 shipments (0.0%)
  • Ecuador
    21 shipments (0.0%)

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142,465 US import shipments
US
13,928 South American shipments
South America
12,543 India shipments
India

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142,465 U.S. shipments available for Honda Motor Co., Ltd., updated weekly since 2007
Date Supplier Customer Details 43 more fields
2021-11-24 Honda Motor Co., Ltd.
Honda Development & Mfg.
6 CASES. AUTO PARTS - WAYBILL - 001- INVOICE NO. 1EG-8107-68 HS CODE - 870829.
Bill of lading
2021-11-23 Honda Motor Co., Ltd.
Honda Canada Inc.
39 RACKS (39 UNITS). HONDA MOTORCYCLE - WAYBILL - 001- INVOICE NO. 130-1084-02 HS CODE- 8711. 50, ONE OF 3 PARTS CARGOES IN THE CONTAINER 39 RACKS (39 UNITS). HONDA MOTORCYCLE - WAYBILL - 001- INVOICE NO. 130-1084-02 HS CODE- 8711. 50, ONE OF 3 PARTS CARGOES IN THE CONTAINER 39 RACKS (39 UNITS). HONDA MOTORCYCLE - WAYBILL - 001- INVOICE NO. 130-1084-02 HS CODE- 8711. 50, ONE OF 3 PARTS CARGOES ...
Bill of lading
2021-11-23 Honda Motor Co., Ltd.
Honda Canada Inc.
28 RACKS (28 UNITS). HONDA MOTORCYCLE - WAYBILL - 001- INVOICE NO. 133-1043-02 HS CODE- 8711. 50, ONE OF 3 PARTS CARGOES IN THE CONTAINER OCEAN FREIGHT TO BE COVERD BY MR041HKVA012 28 RACKS (28 UNITS). HONDA MOTORCYCLE - WAYBILL - 001- INVOICE NO. 133-1043-02 HS CODE- 8711. 50, ONE OF 3 PARTS CARGOES IN THE CONTAINER OCEAN FREIGHT TO BE COVERD BY MR041HKVA012
Bill of lading
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Contact information for Honda Motor Co., Ltd.

 
Address
2-CHOME SHIRAKO WAKO-SHI SAITAMA 351-0101
 
 

Sample Bill of Lading

637,300 shipment records available

Date
2021-11-24
Shipper Name
Honda Motor Co.,Ltd.
Shipper Address
2-1-1, Minami Aoyama, Minato ku, Tokyo, Japan, 107-8556
Consignee Name
Honda Development & Manufacturing
Consignee Address
OF AMERICA LLC 24000 HONDA PARKWAY MARYSVILLE OH OH 43040 US
Notify Party Name
Honda Development & Manufacturing
Notify Party Address
24025 HONDA PARKWAY, MARYSVILLE OH43040 US
Weight
1551
Weight Unit
K
Weight in KG
1551.0
Quantity
6
Quantity Unit
CAS
Measure
20
Measure Unit
X
Shipment Origin
Japan
Details
1,551.0 kg
From port: Nagoya, Japan
To port: Port of Seattle, Seattle, Washington
Place of Receipt
Nagoya
Foreign Port of Lading
Nagoya, Japan
U.S. Port of Unlading
Port of Seattle, Seattle, Washington
U.S. Destination Port
Port of Seattle, Seattle, Washington
Commodity
6 CASES. AUTO PARTS - WAYBILL - 001- INVOICE NO. 1EG-8107-68 HS CODE - 870829.
Container
TCLU4182529
Marks Description
NEX TRANSPORT HM CTRL NO. EGNA-2109023 EGA PO NO. 5500007070-00 SEATTLE C/NO. 1-6 MADE IN JAPAN ATTN-DANIEL WINLAND
Carrier Name
WESTWOOD SHIPPING LINES INC
Vessel Name
WESTWOOD COLUMBIA
Voyage Number
124E
Bill of Lading Number
WWSUCL124NGSW021
Lloyd's Code
9226047
HTS Codes
HTS 8708.29

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