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Creating Your Export Plan :Transportation and Documentation continued

Published on 2/26/2017
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Creating Your Export Plan Section 5 Part 4

Transportation and Documentation


Export License/ Shipper’s Export Declaration (SED)



Export License

Export controls are based on the type of goods being shipped and their ultimate destination. While most exports do not require a license, it is your legal obligation to seek an official determination from the Bureau of Industry and Security (BIS).

  • Technically, most exports are shipped under a “No License Required” (NLR) classification, which is a self-certification that a license is not required.
  • Should your particular export be subject to export controls, a “validated” license must be obtained. In general, your export would require a “validated” license if export of the goods would threaten U.S. national security, affect certain foreign policies of the United States or create short supply in domestic markets.

To determine whether your product needs an export license, you must have the Export Commodities Classification Number (ECCN) for your product. An ECCN is assigned to products that require a license at their ultimate destination or if required due to the nature of the product itself–for example, if the product has dual use as a civic and military item


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If your freight forwarder cannot provide you with the ECCN, you may be able to obtain it from the manufacturer, producer or developer of your product if it has been exported before, and you are not the producer.

  • The Bureau of Industry and Security at the U.S. Department of Commerce can also help you obtain an ECCN.
  • Or, you can look up the number in the Code of Federal Regulations, 15 CFR Parts 730–774, online; it is also available in most major libraries.

Further information is available on Export Administration Regulations (EAR) from the Government Printing Office (GPO). Once you have your ECCN number, check with the Bureau of Industry and Security to determine if your product might be subject to export controls

Focus on: EAR and ECCN

 The Bureau of Industry and Security (BIS) is responsible for implementing and enforcing the Export Administration Regulations (EAR), which regulate the export and re-export of most commercial items. The EAR sets out the types of commodities and technical data that are under export control, as well as the export licenses that are required based upon a product’s Export Commodities Classification Number (ECCN).

  • The ECCN is an alphanumeric code (e.g., “3A001”) that describes a particular item or type of item, and shows the controls placed on that item.
  • All ECCNs are listed in the EAR under the Commerce Control List (CCL) (Supplement No. 1 to Part 774).
  • Products that do not require an ECCN are labeled EAR 99, indicating that they do not require a license.


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Shippers Export Declaration is used for two purposes. First, it serves as a census record of U.S. exports. Many reports are generated by the government using these statistics. Second, because the commodity's export license designation appears on the form, the SED serves as a regulatory document. ~


Shipper’s Export Declaration (SED)

A Shipper’s Export Declaration (SED) is required for all shipments of a single commodity in amount over $2,500 (except to Canada) and for any shipment that requires an export license. The SED enables the Bureau of the Census to monitor the kinds of products being exported from the United States, for statistical purposes.

The form must be filed electronically at AES Direct.

Export Packing List

An export packing list is much more detailed and informative than a standard domestic packing list. It includes:

Itemization of the contents of each individual package • The type of package, such as a box, crate, drum or carton

  • The individual net, legal, tare and gross weights and measurements for each package (in both U.S. and metric systems)
  • The shipper’s and buyer’s references

The list is used by the shipper or forwarding agent to determine the total shipment weight and volume, and whether the correct cargo is being shipped. In addition, U.S. and foreign customs officials may use the list to check the cargo


Next we will begin with the Certificate of Origin


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