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14 US import shipments
US
6 South American shipments
South America

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14 U.S. shipments available for Swift & Tismade, updated weekly since 2007
Date Supplier Customer Details 42 more fields
2015-09-11 Swift & Tismade
Ksubi
LA STETCH 11 BLAC
Bill of lading
2015-09-11 Swift & Tismade
Dutch Llc
ROLLS KULT 11 FRESH BLUE
Bill of lading
2015-04-28 Swift & Tismade
Citizens Of Humanity, Llc
Fabrics
Bill of lading
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Contact information for Swift & Tismade

 
Address
12, RUE MARBEUF PARIS, ILE-DE-FRANCE 75008
 
 

Sample Bill of Lading

20 shipment records available

Date
2015-09-11
Shipper Name
Swift & Tismade Sa
Shipper Address
12, RUE MARBEUF PARIS, ILE-DE-FRANCE 75008
Consignee Name
Ksubi
Consignee Address
2512 YATES AV COMERCE CA 90040 US
Weight
1083
Weight Unit
KG
Weight in KG
1083.0
Quantity
11
Quantity Unit
PKG
Country of Origin
France
Details
1,083.0 kg
From port: Fos, France
To port: The Port of Los Angeles, Los Angeles, California
Via port: New York, New York
Place of Receipt
France
Foreign Port of Lading
Fos, France
U.S. Port of Unlading
New York, New York
U.S. Destination Port
The Port of Los Angeles, Los Angeles, California
Commodity
LA STETCH 11 BLAC
Container
GLDU9761207
Marks Description
KSUBI USA
Carrier Name
ECU-LINE LTD
Vessel Name
AL SAFAT
Voyage Number
1530
Bill of Lading Number
ECUDMRSLAX01796
Master Bill of Lading Number
HJSCLEH505674500
Lloyd's Code
9349497
HTS Codes
HTS 8422.40

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