Bernuth says no documents, no load for exports
Bernuth Lines is reminding customers it is enforcing a 'no documents, no load' policy for all exports from the United States.
The company has issued a bulletin to customers noting that effective immediately, all cargo must be at the Caribbean carrier's Island Terminal at least 24 hours before the loading of a vessel, and all cargo shipped under International Maritime Organization standards must have IMO information on the bill of lading.
The outbound vessel must have all IMO information and cargo manifest documentation complete before cargo operations commence. Failure to have everything in order will require Bernuth to roll the cargo to the next available vessel, the company warned.