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Introduction of the Export Power of Attorney
In an export transaction, Schenker, Inc. must have written authorization from a Principal Party in Interest to file a Shippers Export Declaration (SED) or the electronic equivalent via the Automated Export System (AES record), and to act as agent for export control purposes on their behalf.
The United States Principle Party of Interest (USPPI) can provide this authorization to us in a number of ways by completing either of the following documents:
- Shipper's Letter of Instruction (SLI) for each individual export shipment.
- USPPI Export Power of Attorney (POA) covering all future SED's and AES records.
- Schenker, Inc. Customs Master Power of Attorney for all import & export shipments.
Additionally, in the case of a routed export transaction where the consignee at destination appoints Schenker, Inc. to provide forwarding services, we must have written authorization from the Foreign Principal Party in Interest (FPPI). In most cased, the overseas consignee is the FPPI.
The FPPI provides this authority by completing and endorsing:
- Schenker, Inc. FPPI Export Written Authorization covering all future SED's and AES records.
- The Schenker, Inc. Master Customs Power of Attorney provides us a limited power of attorney for SED/AES and export control purposes in addition to its U.S. import applications. Therefore, the Export POA is not required when a Schenker, Inc. Master Customs Power of Attorney has already been completed, initialed, endorsed and submitted to us by a Principal Party in Interest.
Export Power of Attorney
(PDF | 0.08 MB)
Foreign Principal Party in Interest Written Authorization Form
(PDF | 0.10 MB)
Last modified: 23.01.2012