What’s the meaning for Release and sea billing ?
Release and sea billing convenient or sea transport, at present, International container is usual used sea shipping, According to China Japan Airlines, the bills of lading can reached 90%, the Release can be used reached 8%, the sea shipping bills can be used 2%. sometime. You can choose the release and sea billing is wrong ,You can choose the release and sea billing, you can know about the Release and sea billing the concept.When the cargo to be transport. The ships company can sign the bills. The consignee must hand in an duly endorsed for the bills,( you can change the port and hand in Original bill of lading, and you can pay for the all charge. Then, you can (Delivery Order，D／O) to get the goods.
The consignee can not get the bills. The consignee can get the bills by guarantee report. Note: Please distinguish between the concept of "letter of guarantee" commonly used in shipping practice and the concept of "guarantee" in security law.The shipping company cannot hold a letter of guarantee against a third party (the bona fide consignee holding the bill of lading) because the bill of lading is the document on which the carrier undertakes to deliver the goods. A provision stated in the bill of lading to deliver the goods to a named person, or to the order of an instructing person, or to the holder of the bill of lading constitutes a guarantee that the carrier will deliver the goods.
In order to make the consignee can not get the bill of lading in time in some cases, and the shipping company is not willing to deliver the goods with the letter of guarantee in time to extract the goods, the practice of "telex release". People usually said "telex release" is a narrow sense of the concept, that is, the shipper (shipper) will be shipped after the carrier (or its agent) issued by the full set of original bill of lading back to the carrier (or its agent), at the same time designated consignee (anonymous bill of lading case); The carrier authorizes his agent at the port of discharge to deliver the goods without an original bill of lading (called in) issued by the consignee.
Therefore, The basic principle of "telex release" is: In the case of the carrier issued the bill of lading, when the bill of lading can be delivered (or issued the bill of lading). As the carrier takes back the bill of lading at a place other than the delivery of the goods (port of discharge) (normally at the port of loading), the full set of original bills of lading will be taken back as a special case. However, at present, there is no definition of telex release in relevant international conventions, laws of various countries (such as China's maritime law) and regulations.