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Tpv International (USA) Inc.

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12,401 US import shipments
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Date Supplier Customer Details 43 more fields
2023-05-19
Tpv International (USA) Inc.
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Bill of lading
2023-05-19
Tpv International (USA) Inc.
XXX XX XXXX XXXX XXXXXXX
Bill of lading
2023-05-19
Tpv International (USA) Inc.
XXX XX XXXX XXXX XXXXXXX
Bill of lading
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Contact information for Tpv International (USA) Inc.

 
Address
MILLINGTON TN 38053-6215
 
 

Sample Bill of Lading

12,411 shipment records available

Date
2023-05-19
Consignee Name
Tpv International Usa Inc
Consignee Address
DOCKS 7-18 6540 FRANZ WARNER PARKWAY WHITSETT NC 27377
Weight
11558
Weight Unit
KG
Weight in KG
11558.0
Quantity
1470
Quantity Unit
CTN
Measure
56
Measure Unit
CM
Shipment Origin
South Korea
Details
11,558.0 kg
From port: Busan, South Korea
To port: Port of Virginia, Norfolk, Virginia
Place of Receipt
Tianjin, Cn
Foreign Port of Lading
Busan, South Korea
U.S. Port of Unlading
Port of Virginia, Norfolk, Virginia
U.S. Destination Port
Port of Virginia, Norfolk, Virginia
Commodity
XXX XX XXXX XXXX XXXXXXX
Container
MSMU5988944
Marks Description
XX XXXXXXXXX
Carrier Name
KERRY FREIGHT (USA) INC
Vessel Name
MSC ELLEN
Voyage Number
L314E
Bill of Lading Number
KFUNTCS6ZN40196
Master Bill of Lading Number
MEDUUJ678108
HTS Codes
HTS 8528.52

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