Required documentation is carried out at Custom Port, after which the cargo/container crosses into Afghanistan. Having crossed the border the loaded trucks to the Afghan Custom House at Torkham, Jalalabad, Kabul or Kandhar as the case may be. The consignee in Afghanistan arranges the unloading and custom clearance of the cargo.
1- Original Bill of Lading
a. Showing full name and address of the Importer/Consignee in Afghanistan
b. Declaring - "GOODS IN TRANSIT TO AFGHANISTAN VIA PAKISTAN"
c. Showing our Company as Notify Party.
d. Shipping Line at Load Port to instruct their Agents in Karachi (Pakistan) to release the cargo to
our Nominated agents (Notify Party) without the signature and endorsement of the Consignee
/Importer in Afghanistan.
2- Original Invoice + Packing List showing description, quantity, net weight, gross weight and
Dimension of each package; also declaring "GOODS IN TRANSIT TO AFGHANISTAN VIA PAKISTAN"
a. Each individual package should have a painted/printed label/sign reading "GOODS IN TRANSIT TO AFGHANISTAN VIA PAKISTAN"
3- well as to act as your representative to apply and obtain requisite permissions from Government of Pakistan for Transit Cargo Authority letter authorizing us to custom clear and transport the cargo to Afghanistan as.
4- Authority-cum-Undertaking letter of the Embassy/Consulate of the respective donor country. In case of Gift/ Donation, Certificate from Donor Agency or Protocol Agreement amongst Importing Agency (Consignee/Importer) in Afghanistan with the Exporting Agency. (Supplier/Exporter)
5- NOC/Transit Permit issued by the concerned Consulate/Embassy.
6- Original Tax Exemption Certificate issued by Ministry of Finance, Govt. Of Afghanistan along with WEBOC ID
7- Valid Original Jawaz Nama (Import License issued by Ministry of Commerce, Afghanistan along with WEBOC ID.
8- Transit Time Road From arrival Karachi via Peshawar up to delivery Kabul 08-09 days from arrival Karachi via Chaman up to delivery Kandahar 9-10 days.)