NESA will submit arrival/departure details to the A.M.S. provider for systems updates.
At the completion of cargo operations from the foreign port, NESA will approve the receivers with Bill of Lading
It is mandatory that the A.M.S. cargo entry be submitted 24 hours prior to arrival in U.S. waters. Once
NESA provides the following documentation in triplicate — the original notice of readiness, statement…
The master and crew will be informed of scheduled inspections or exams. Inspections taking place prior
Once operations have commenced, NESA will liase with stevedores, port captains and vessel foreman
Regulatory notification of the vessel’s arrival will be forwarded in accordance with government guidelines
NESA will attend the vessel, supervise operations and accommodate the requests of the master and crew.
During the initial communications with the master, NESA will determine the protocol and party
Our office will collect the endorsed original Bills of Lading for presentation to the master upon arrival.