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Target Logistic Serices

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3 U.S. shipments available for Target Logistic Serices, updated weekly since 2007
日期 客户 供应商 详细信息 42 more fields
2008-01-11 Target Logistic Serices
Mahe Freight Ab
Plastics, Photo Film Reels/Cans Packages Spools New
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2007-12-05 Target Logistic Serices
Scanam Forwarding Ab
Plastics, Photo Film Reels/Cans Packages Spools New
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2007-09-11 Target Logistic Serices
Scanam Forwarding Ab
Packages Spools New Plastics, Photo Film Reels/Cans
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Contact information for Target Logistic Serices

 
地址
150 SICKER RD LATHAM NY 12110 US
 
 

Sample Bill of Lading

3 shipment records available

Date
2008-01-11
Shipper Name
Mahe Freight Ab
Shipper Address
BOX 4073 EXPORT GATAN 49 SE-422 04 HISINGS BACKA 46-317421250
Consignee Name
Target Logistic Serives
Consignee Address
150 SICKER RD LATHAM NY 12110 US
Weight
6600
Weight Unit
KG
Weight in KG
6600.0
Quantity
44
Quantity Unit
PCS
Measure
30
Measure Unit
CM
Country of Origin
Sweden
Details
6,600.0 kg
From port: Goteborg, Sweden
To port: New York/Newark Area, Newark, New Jersey
Place of Receipt
Gothenburg
Foreign Port of Lading
Goteborg, Sweden
U.S. Port of Unlading
New York/Newark Area, Newark, New Jersey
U.S. Destination Port
New York/Newark Area, Newark, New Jersey
Commodity
Plastics, Photo Film Reels/Cans Packages Spools New
Container
ACLU9607817
Marks Description
Albany Intl 2007/12/19
Carrier Name
ATLANTIC CONTAINER LINE AB
Vessel Name
ATLANTIC CONVEYOR
Voyage Number
8263
Bill of Lading Number
ACLU8263S1603273
Lloyd's Code
8215534
HTS Codes
HTS 3923.40

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