An object keyed by package name with the value being to desired compatibility level as a version number.
If this is just a string, this version is assumed to apply to the framework.
Setting this value to less than 5 for 'ext' will enable the compatibility layer to assist in the application upgrade process.
For details on the upgrade process, see the (Upgrade Guide)[#/guides/upgrade_50].
- by the NVOCC itself obtaining a bond and becoming automated, - by the NVOCC using a vessel carrier to file in AMS its cargo declaration and house bill .lading information for it, - by the NVOCC using an automated NVOCC to file the information for it, or - by the NVOCC using an automated third party filing service. This process is the same as the carriers who file directly to Customs.
Answer: - In this example, the automated NVOCC will file their cargo declarations directly to U. The additional requirement is that the NVOCC must place the contracting vessel carrier (meaning the vessel carrier issuing the bill of lading to the NVOCC), not the vessel operating carrier in the second notify party location.
Each second notify party that is identified will receive messages from Customs every time a bill of lading has been changed, held and released.
The identifiers included in the transmission are: - SCAC - Bill of Lading # - Vessel Name - Disposition Code - Voyage # - Quantity - Manifest Sequence # - Entry Type - IMO # - Entry # - Port of Unlading - Action Date and Time - Date - Container # – Due to business and IT issues, Customs will work on this via COAC to develop clear procedures.
However, Customs has been made aware of several carriers who have developed procedures to input the NVOCCs bills of lading.
Hopefully, a best practices document would be distributed amongst the carriers.
- In this example, the non-automated NVOCC must submit their cargo declaration information to the AMS NVOCC who is presenting the container to the carrier.
The AMS NVOCC will input the cargo declaration as if it was their own.