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BENZSTR SINDELFINGEN GEB. 5021.5 SINDELFINGEN 71063
 
 

Sample Bill of Lading

2 shipment records available

Bill of Lading Number
3042799
Shipment Date
2013-04-24
Consignee
Mercedes Benz
Consignee (Original Format)
MERCEDES BENZ BENZSTR SINDELFINGEN GEB. 5021.5 SINDELFINGEN 71063
Consignee Registration Number
NA
Consignee Ultimate Parent
#<SpCompany:0x0055d63a797960>
Shipper
Valeo Sylvania Illuminacion
Shipper (Original Format)
VALEO SYLVANIA ILUMINACION S DE RL DE CV AV DE LA MONTAÐA/102///SANTA ROSA JAUEREGUI/PARQ INDL QUERETARO CARR QRO A SLP Queretaro Queretaro 76220
Shipper Tax Number
VSI971119LU3
Shipment Destination
Germany
Port of Lading
Querétaro (MX)
Port of Lading (Original Format)
AEROPUERTO INTERCONTINENTAL DE QUERETARO, MARQUES Y COLON, QUERETARO.
Country of Purchase
Germany
Transport Method
Air
Customs Regime
Return Of Goods (Immex).
Customs Agent
3701
Gross Weight (kg)
102.0
Gross Weight (t)
0.102
Gross Weight (Original Format)
102.0
Value of Goods, CIF (USD)
$550
Value of Goods, CIF (MXN)
6777.0
Exchange Rate (MXN-USD)
$12
Item Destination
Germany
HS Code
85122002
Goods Shipped
CALAVERAS DE USO AUTOMOTRIZ (AUTOMOTIVE LAMPS )
Shipment Quantity
22.0
Shipment Unit
Pieza
Value of Goods, Item CIF (USD)
$550
Value of Goods, Item CIF (MXN)
6777
Shipment Value (MXN)
6777
Tax Quantity
102.0
Tax Unit
Kilo
Customs Processing Tax 1 Method Code
9
Customs Processing Tax 1 Value (MXN)
250

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