What is D/o – Troubleinthepeace


D/O fee stands for Delivery Order fee Also known as delivery order fee, this fee is incurred when the goods arrive at the port of arrival and the shipping line/forwarder does D/O delivery order for consignee to bring this D/O to the port of presentation to customs for collection.

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Many of you often misunderstand this fee as a document fee because D/O is similar to the word Documentation, but understanding that is wrong. Document fee (Documentation fee) When the shipper or consignee asks the forwarder to do the packing list, commercial invoice or the sales contract… they collect a fee called the document fee.

Please refer to a copy of the D/O delivery order.

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D/O delivery order

Usually, D/O is issued when the shipping line has declared the manifest. In the next article I will write about manifest.

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Subject: Customs clearance

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bepducnhapkhau wrote

Let me ask, the D/O fee on our side is lost up to 2 times for 1 odd shipment. That’s wrong right? When I find out, it only costs 1 time DO fee

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Thao writes

May I ask if the shipping company issues a D/O for our side (shipper), so how can the first party consignee get a D/O to pick up the goods, the shipping company will also send D/O to the consignee? , or your side (shipper) must send it to the consignee (consignee).

I thank you!

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Thao Nguyen wrote

oi, can you tell me, my 1 shop has 4 items, the D/O is calculated according to 1 shipment or it is 4 cont, there are 4 sets of D/O a.

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Song Thuong wrote

On the way from where I got the D/O order to the port, I lost the DO command set, what should I do?

May I ask you to import goods by air, why do you sometimes receive directly from the airline, without going through an “agent” and without d/o fee, sometimes there are…

What is the basis for charging d/o = i.e. what part of the service corresponds to this fee?

Can I ask: The shipping company issues d/o to fwd Fwd issues d/o to the receiver. Is the receiver holding these 2 d/o to receive the goods? (called 2 sets of d/o or something)

Hello,

The shipping line’s order is the master order, and the FWD order is the house order, the consignee takes these two orders to the port to receive the goods.

Can I ask if there is a case of getting D/O from the forwarder? For example, in the process of importing LCL goods, if fwd in Korea has an office in Vietnam to collect the goods on a shipping company’s container at HQ, can I get the D/O from the fwd office in Vietnam when I get the D/O?

Can I ask if there is a case of getting D/O from the forwarder? For example, in the process of importing LCL goods, if fwd in Korea has an office in Vietnam to collect the goods on a shipping company’s container at HQ, can I get the D/O from the fwd office in Vietnam when I get the D/O?

Yes, let me ask that when the goods arrive and I receive the tlx release, fwd will clear the customs for me. As for the receipt of goods, after customs clearance, the importer will receive the goods by himself, right?

Hello. Can I ask for FCL imported goods when I work directly with the shipping company, what kind of (local) fees can I calculate in advance? Does the fee for customs clearance documents and CO application change depending on each port or is it fixed?

Yes, let me ask. Vd . My company is a retail agent in Vietnam. In his company for the FWD department always . So let me ask the D/O issued by my own company. Then go get the goods back to the customer, okay?

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