SEABLAST Archive

NY TITLES
May 01, 2020
Please be advised that we have confirmed with NY Customs that they are now accepting and processing all NY titles.

WEIGHT DISCREPANCY FEES
April 27, 2020
As safety on board vessels and towards our employees is a top priority for Sealand – A Maersk Company, we have taken the initiative to implement the new SOLAS requirement (Safety of Life at Sea) for the verification of container weights.

ACL AND GRIMALDI VEHICLE REQUIREMENTS
March 26, 2020
Please take note of the following information received from ACL and Grimaldi 3/26/2020 regarding Vehicle requirements.

COVID-19
March 19, 2020
SEACORP is complying with all safety standards published by the CDC in regard to COVID-19. This week employees are working remotely and have been provided with all necessary equipment and resources to continue to provide our customers with exceptional service.

CORONAVIRUS INDUSTRY UPDATES
March 05, 2020
The traditional slowdown of activity in Asia during the post Lunar New Year period has been further impacted by the Coronavirus.

U.S. GOVERNMENT CARGO: MISDECLARATION OF CARGO
January 27, 2020
Please be advised that APL requires shippers and merchants to declare all commodities or goods that are reserved by law to be transported in vessels documented under the laws of the United States (U.S. Flag vessels).

SEAL NUMBER
November 01, 2019
Beginning November 1 Bill of Lading date, we will be charging $25 Manual Intervention Fee for adding seal number if missing in your Shipping Instructions in GCG.

IMO 2020
October 10, 2019
As of 1/1/2020, new Sulphur regulations will require all vessels to emit less Sulphur oxides.

SEA CARGO MANIFEST & TRANSSHIPMENT REGULATIONS
September 27, 2019
Please be advised that regulatory changes to Sea Cargo Manifests for all cargo arriving to India went into effect August 1, 2019.

CTPAT PACKAGING REQUIREMENTS
September 15, 2019
This notice is to advise that as of January 1, 2020, CTPAT will implement additional requirements on all CTPAT members.

INDIA MANIFEST
September 04, 2019
This is an update to the reminder of the new regulation regarding import manifest filing for India that we sent you on July 8th.

OOCL BMSB DECLARATION
August 30, 2019
Please see this document for a notification from OOCL regarding the current guidelines for BMSB Declaration

BROWN MARMORATED STINK BUGS RISK SEASON
August 30, 2019
… The Australian Department of Agriculture has strengthened the seasonal measures to manage the risk of BMSB arriving in Australia…

GUATAMALA ROAD BLOCKS
August 08, 2019
Due to the protests taking place against Guatemala’s government, roadblocks have been reported to be affecting cargo in transit to/from the port of Santo Tomas and borders….

AUSTRALIAN FUMIGATION
July 01, 2019
The Australian Department of Agriculture and Water Resources (DAWR) has updated their guidelines and instructions covering mandatory pre-shipment fumigation requirements to protect against brown marmorated stink bugs over the 2019-2020 high risk season…

COSCO INDIA MANIFEST
July 07, 2019
This is a reminder of the new regulation regarding import manifest filing for India. Import manifest details will be applicable for all cargo transshipping, discharging and moving via (FROB-Freight Remain on Board) India ports…

CTN
Further to recent announcement from General Management of Customs Authorities in Benin, please note that as from Sept 1st 2019 (discharge date), all containers and Roro shipments for destination Cotonou will require a Cargo Tracking Note; this includes cargo in transit…

CTPAT
SEACORP has recently been approved by the US Customs and Border Protection (CBP) as a certified partner in the Customs-Trade Partnership Against Terrorism (C-TPAT) Program…

HHG AUTO CONSIGNMENT
It seems many carriers are requiring consignee approval at time of booking for Household Goods, Personal Effects and Personal Auto Shipments. This is to help protect the consignee and the shipper to make sure a clearing agent is in place and accepting of the cargo before container activity…

“Good morning, The update: the container was delivered to the hospital and returned to the port of PAP yesterday(7/12/19). Our organization and I extend all our gratitude and appreciation to all that make the process successful, informative and smoothly. We are planning to send 20ft or 40ft container again and we will continue to work with this amazing team. Thank you all for the patient and support. Thank you.

- Rose Jean Gilles , PresidentUnited Light of Hope