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CHAPTER 11:

INTERNATIONAL OCEAN
TRANSPORTATION

Valdimiro Beleza IFW2015539020

McGraw-Hill/Irwin

Copyright 2013 by The McGraw-Hill Companies, Inc. All rights reserved.

SECURITY REQUIREMENTS
Security Regulation and Objectives
WCO Safe Framework of Standards

Harmonization of advance electronic cargo information requirements on shipments;


Adoption by members of a consistent risk management approach to address security
threats;
Outbound inspection of high-risk containers and cargo, preferably using nonintrusive
detection equipment upon request

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SECURITY REQUIREMENTS
Security Regulation and Objectives

IMO - International Ship and Port


Facility Security Code (ISPS)

International Chamber of
Commerce Statement (2002)

The provisions of the Code require


security plans and enhanced security
measures for ships engaged in

Security iniciatives in the domain of


International logistics
dispute resolution, and policy advocacy

international commerce and port facilities.

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SECURITY REQUIREMENTS
SECURITY MEASURES
CARGO INSPECTIONS

Traditionally have been conducted in importers port to prevent


fraud but now they are much more focused on terrorism
prevention.
The inspections have also been carried in the port of exportation
(pre shipment inspection)
Inspection Procedures
Radiation detection: to measure the presence of radioactive
materials including primary and secondary screening steps
Scanning: to build up an image of the contents of the container
Inspection Equipment
Drive through portals
Mobile equipment
Spreader mounted
Straddle carrier mounted Hand held

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SECURITY REQUIREMENTS
SECURITY MEASURES
Advance Shipping Notification
U.S. Costum Border Protection-24 Hours
rule
Requires that all importers and carriers provide
a copy of the manifest of an ocean shipment
bound for the United states including shipment
that were just transiting trough U.S. port, 24
hours before that shipment was loaded.
Importer Security Filling (10+2 Rule)
Importer is responsible for the timely, accurate,
and complete submission of the 10 data
elements in the ISF. The steamship line is
responsible for the +2 container tracking
reports.
Customs will be comparing the ISF to the entry
data to analyze and assess risk and to validate
the ISF data.

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Required from Importer


Seller
Buyer
Importer of Record number/FTZ
Applicant ID number
Consignee number
Manufacturer (or supplier)
Ship to party
Country of origin
Harmonized Tariff Schedule
number
Container stuffing location
Consolidator (stuffer)

Responsibility of the steamship line

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1. Vessel stow plan


2. Container status messages
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