International Logistics Management

Delivering International Standards in Supply Chain and Logistics
The international Logistics Management deals with the exports, imports; transportation and movement of goods and materials across borders, within the framework of International trade laws and policy. International logistics management requires intricate planning and co-ordination with different agencies to accurately execute complex customs procedures at various exit and entry points at Air and Sea ports of the countries engaged in International trade. Logistics Management for trade across borders encompasses various activities and knowledge of Geo-Political, banking, Inco terms, payment systems, customs procedures, booking of cargo by Air and Sea.

The professionals and students willing to take up the exciting and enterprising skills of International logistics get trainings and Certifications for International Trade, Air Cargo Management, Sea Cargo Management, Customs clearance procedures for Exports, Imports. There is a huge demand for the International Logistics Professionals in the industry across India and Gulf.

Job Roles
Logistics Manager
Logistics Co-ordinator
Documentation Clerks
Key Accounts Manager
Inbound Manager
Outbound Manager

Who can do this certification
Intermediate, 10+2
Any Graduate, Post Graduate of Arts, Commerce and Management Streams
Any Professionals, Technocrats, Industrialist, Traders, Merchants with business interests in EXIM

Course Duration
45 Class room Trainings
Certifications
PG Diploma in International Logistics Management - PECB (Professional Evaluation and Certification Board)
Advance Diploma in ILM - PECB (Professional Evaluation and Certification Board)
Certified Logistics Management Professional - NATION INSTITUTE OF BUSINESS MANAGEMENT, UNITED STATES OF AMERICA.

INTERNATIONAL FEATURES
Geographical
Continent (Countries, Capitals, Seaport & Airport)
Division/Sub division
International Time Zones (GMT / UMT)

Commercial
International Currency Currency Transfers Currency Conversions National and International Banking system

Political
Trade Policies
Unilateral
Bilateral
Multilateral
Trade Agreements

INTERNATIONAL TRADE
Terminologies
Export Categories
Imports Categories
High Sea Sales
Cross Trade
DGFT
EPC
SEZ, EPZ, EOU
Inco Terms
International Payment Terms
Freight Payment Terms

AIR CARGO MANAGEMENT
I Air Freight
II Air Imports
III Air Exports


I - Air Freight
A. Hierarchy
B. Categories of Air Freight
C. Classification Air Freight
A. Hierarchy
Airline(s)
GSA (General sales agent)
IATA (International Air Transporters’ association)
Console Agent
CHA (Customs House/Handling Agent)
Exporter
B. Categories of Air Freight
GCR (General Commodity Rate)
SCR (Special Commodity Rate)
HDR (High Density Rate)
DGR (Dangerous Goods Regulation)
TCR (Temperature Controlled Rate)
PCR (Perishable Commodity Rate)
LSR (LiveStock Rate)
ODC (Odd Dimensional Cargo)
C.Classification of Air Freight
Basic Air Freight
AWB Fee (Airway bill fee)
PCA Provisional charges due agent (PCA)
AWC (Airway bill fee due carrier)
FSC (Fuel surcharge)
SSC (Security surcharge)
Cartage – (Only in Mumbai)
X-Ray
DBC (Disbursement charges)

II Air Import – is categorized as following
A. Air Import Calculations
B. Air Import Operations
C. Air Import Applications
A.Air Import Calculation
AWB in Foreign currency
IGM Manifest
FC Conversion – Bill Selling
CCF – Charge Collect Fee
CAF – Currency Adjustment Factor
Cartage
Airline DO Fee
Agent DO Fee
B. Air Import Operations
Do Set
Bill of entry filing in customs
Appraisement Group
Customs duty finalization
Shed Examination
Out of charge (OC)
Bank Challan (BC)
Gate Pass
C. Air Import Application
HAWB/IGM Manifestation
CAN – Cargo Arrival Notice
Short/Excess Landing
Segregation Report
Regularization of Manifest
RITC
Quality Control
Technical write up
GATT Declaration (Gen Agreement on Trade & Tariff)
Importer Declaration
Bank Release Order (BRO)

III. Air Export – Categorized as following
A. Air Export Calculations
B. Air Export Consolidation
C. Air Export Operations

A. Air Export Calculations
Sector Rate Chart from BMC
Breakeven Point Cargo Weight calculation as per different slabs
Gross weight, Volume weight & Chargeable weight
AWB definition
B. Air Export Consolidation
Agent should be at destination
All consoles should be in general cargo category
Consolidator should have console license
Consolidator should have own HAWB
All shipments clubbed should be for the same destination
Console cargo is the last priority
C. Air Export Operations
Marking & Labeling
Airlines - Carting Order
Customs – Shipping bill
Demurrage
A.A.I. – Terminal charges
Security for entry pass
Locations at A.A.I. Warehouse
Customs Examination
LEO – Let Export Order
Handing over to airlines
Dispatch of finalized docs to Exporter
EP – Export Promotion copy/EGM filing
Flight details & Pre alert

SEA CARGO MANAGEMENT
I. Sea Freight
II. Sea Export
III. Sea Import

I - Sea Freight
A. Hierarchy
B. Classification of Sea Freight
C. Types of Sea Ports
D. Types of Containers/Equipments

A. Hierarchy
Mother Vessel
Feeder Vessel
Only Vessel
Container Line
NVOCC
MTO
Sub agent
B. Classification of Sea Freight
Ocean freight
Banker Adjustment factor(BAF)
Currency Adjustment factor(CAF)
Gulf Aden charges
International Security Port Surcharge
Peak Season Surcharge (P.S.S.)
Port/ Land charges:
Terminal handling charges (T.H.C.) which can be categorized as
Origin Terminal handling charges (O.T.H.C.)
Destination Terminal Handling charges(D.T.H.C.)
B/L fee, H B/L fee
Advanced Cargo Declaration (A.C.D.)
Advanced Manifest System(A.M.S.)
Inland Haulage Charges: Inland Freight+ T.H.C.
C. Types of Sea Ports
There are different types of sea ports which are classified as below:
Mother Vessel Port
Feeder Vessel Port
Port Trust
ICD – Inland Container Depot
CFS – Container Freight Station
D. Types of Containers/Equipments
There are two basic types of Containers/Equipment 20feet/40 feet.

They are further classified as :-
40 feet high cube
40 feet open top
20 feet flat rack
40 feet flat rack
Refrigerated : 20 feet & 40 feet
20 feet and 40 feet single door
Side Loading Containers
Flexi Tanks- to maximize stuffing
ISO tanks

II - Sea Export Procedure/Operations
A. FCL – Full Container Load
B. LCL – Less than/Low Container Load

A. FCL – Full Container Load
1. Factory Stuffing
Booking
Filling of shipping bill
Issuance of DO
Pick up of empty container from yard
Transportation to respective factory
Stuffing of cargo in presence of excise
Excise sealing
Transfer to port
Customer examination & sealing + Container no.
LEO – Let export order
Deposit of container to the port
2. Dock Stuffing
Booking
Filling of shipping bill
Carting of cargo in the port
Custom examination
Shifting of empty container to examination area
Customs seal + Container no.
Line seal
LEO – Let Export Order
Deposit of container to the port
B/L Draft
Debit note of SOB(Ship on board) –O/F +THC+B/L+ S.Tax
Release of SOB B/L – Submission of shipping bill copy, invoice & packing list, B/L draft & payments

B. LCL – Less than/Low Container Load
Booking
Filing of shipping bill S/L
Carting in the CFS
Custom examination
LEO – Let Export order
Measurement by Surveyor
B/L Draft
Debit note of NVOCC-O/F + THC+ Measurement + B/L Fee + S.Tax
Release of NVOCC B/L – Submission of shipping bill copy. Measurement copy, invoice & packing list, B/L draft & payments

III Sea Import
Operations
IGM Filing at customs
Endorsement from Delivery agent
Filing of Bill of Entry
Group appraisement
Finalization of duty
Transfer of container to examination area
Verification of seal by Surveyor
Custom examination
Out of charge(OC)
Final payable at Liners office
Factory de-stuffing

ICEGATE (Indian Customs and Excise)
Indian Customs
Departments of Min of Finance (Union)
Organisation Structure CBEC
Hierarchy in Indian Customs
Banned Restricted Goods
EDI and Non-EDI
Types of Shipping Bills
  • Free Shipping Bill (White Shipping Bill)
  • Drawback Shipping Bill (Green Shipping Bill)
  • Duty Exemption Entitlement Certificate (D.E.E.C.) Shipping Bill / Advanced License
  • Dutiable Shipping Bill
  • D.F.R.C.(Duty Free Replenish-able Certificate
  • GR Waiver
EXPORT OF PHARMACEUTICALS
  • Documentation and filing process
DOCUMENTATION FOR REPAIR AND RETURN ITEMS
EXPORT PROMOTION CAPITAL GOODS (E.P.C.G.) LICENSE
Distribution of Shipping Bill Copies
CUSTOMS REGISTRATION PROCEDURE FOR EXPORT
PROCESSING OF SHIPPING BILL (Non-EDI)
  • Assessment / Appraisal
  • Drawal of Samples
IMPORT CLEARANCE PROCEDURE
  • Bill of Entry
  • Home Consumption Bill of Entry
  • Bill of Entry for Warehouses
  • Bill of Entry for Ex-Bond Clearance
  • CALCULATION OF ASSESSABLE VALUE
CUSTOMS CLEARANCE OF CARGO AT PORT OF DESTINATION
GREEN CHANNEL CLEARANCE FACILITY

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