Export Services from Fast Courier Services Limited

  • Our staff at Fast Courier Services Limited will provide a quotation for your exports overseas. We utilize a variety of carriers specializing in specific trade lanes, in order to offer the best available market price to your destinations.

  • When goods are ready for shipping, we will guide you through the necessary export documentation required, and book arrangements for pickup for LCL or a full container. Pre-alert details will be faxed upon confirmation from the carrier that the goods have been received and are departed. We courier your original documents to our overseas correspondent for coordination with your customer.
  • We are also able to coordinate returned goods shipments, by first obtaining authorization from the vendor overseas prior to shipping. The original import documentation, temporary export documentation, carnets, etc. will be recommended depending on the situation. Booking and shipping details will be effected with your office and coordinated with our overseas office for clearance and delivery to your customer efficiently.

Some of our export services includes

    Automated Export System (AES)

  • The Automated Export System (AES) streamlines the process of exporting goods from around the world and improves the quality of the export statistics available to each countries government. AES was developed by the U.S. Customs Service, Bureau of the Census, and other U.S. Federal Government Agencies.
    Through AES, exporters and carriers electronically submit export information required by the more than 40 agencies involved in regulating and monitoring exports from the United States and around the world.
    Applying for ACH is very easy. Once the ACH application is received and approved, you will be assigned a unique payer unit number thus making you eligible to pay duties via ACH.
    AES is a joint program of the U.S. Customs Service and the Bureau of the Census; it is also the only United States automated system for reporting export data, both commodity (Shipper’s Export Declaration (SED)), and transportation (booking and manifest). This information is used by Customs to focus on high-risk export shipments and to detect possible fraud in reporting values and commodity information. AES is also used by Census to compile trade statistics that are used to compute such figures as the balance of trade.