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MIDWAY LANE SMYRNA 37167
 
 

Sample Bill of Lading

2 shipment records available

Bill of Lading Number
2005583
Shipment Date
2012-12-07
Consignee
Nissan Parts Re Dist Center
Consignee (Original Format)
NISSAN PARTS RE-DIST CENTER MIDWAY LANE SMYRNA 37167
Consignee Registration Number
510252557
Shipper
Johnson Matthey De Mexico SA De Cv
Shipper (Original Format)
JOHNSON MATTHEY DE MEXICO SA DE CV AV LA CA&ADA/1///VILLA DEL MARQUES/AV PASEO DE LOS ARCOS El Marques Queretaro 76240
Shipper Tax Number
JMM931208JY9
Shipper Domestic HQ
Johnson Matthey De Mexico
Shipment Destination
United States
Port of Lading
Nuevo Laredo (MX)
Port of Lading (Original Format)
NUEVO LAREDO, NUEVO LAREDO, TAMAULIPAS.
Country of Purchase
United States
Transport Method
Truck
Customs Regime
Return Of Goods (Immex).
Customs Agent
3574
Gross Weight (kg)
12941.0
Gross Weight (t)
12.941
Gross Weight (Original Format)
12941.0
Value of Goods, CIF (USD)
$1,157,465
Value of Goods, CIF (MXN)
14964174.0
Exchange Rate (MXN-USD)
$13
Item Destination
United States
HS Code
84213908
Goods Shipped
CONVERTIDOR CATALITICO
Shipment Quantity
17507.0
Shipment Unit
Pieza
Value of Goods, Item CIF (USD)
$1,157,465
Value of Goods, Item CIF (MXN)
14964174
Shipment Value (MXN)
14964174
Tax Quantity
17507.0
Tax Unit
Pieza
Manufacturing Value Added (MXN)
1222041

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