also represents the OGEFREM - Office de Gestion de Fret Maritime de la République Démocratique du Congo.
REGULATIONS FOR LOADING CERTIFICATES
The following is a summary of the OGEFREM regulation:
All cargo destined to the Democratic Republic of Congo has to have an import license and every bill of lading has to be accompanied by a loading certificate called
F.E.R.I. (Fiche Eléctronique de Renseignements à l’Importation).
Only OGEFREM or its agents have the authority to issue loading certificates.
Each bill of lading must have a corresponding loading certificate.
Without a loading certificate, cargo will not be cleared.
Each loading certificate has a specific serial number that is duly signed, dated and stamped by the authorized OGEFREM agent.
To receive a loading certificate, the shipper has to pay the following fees:
- 20' Container: EURO 60,00/container
- 40' Container: EURO 110,00/container
- Food Products, Pharmaceutical, Mineral water and
EURO 0,50 x freight ton (MT or CBM).
- GENCO and Rolling UP at Ogefrem advantage: EURO 4,00.
- F.E.R.I. fees: EURO 50,00 per bill of lading.
The above charges have to be collected at the moment that the cargo is loaded.
Trained staff members are available for detailed information and assistance of customers in all aspects of the documentary requirements of the trade to the Democratic Republic of Congo.
For further information, please contact SUPERMAR S.A. directly at: