In all export logistic processes, a Bill of Lading is issued – it is a contract or proof of shipment including details of the parties involved and terms and conditions. On the other hand, a Claused Bill of Lading is issued by the importer or receiver when there is damage or loss of goods that have been delivered. A BOL is also used by the shipping firm at the time of delivery, which is signed off by the receiver upon delivery.
Thus, it is important for an exporter to understand logistics and plan shipment according to the goods being sold. With e-commerce exports, obtaining necessary documents, licenses and shipping goods
has become simpler with support at every step.