CNCA/ARCCLA is a compulsory document for all shipments to ANGOLA


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The issuance of an ECTN is now mandatory for all FCL shipments to or from the port of Luanda, Angola. This regulation was put in place to streamline the loading and unloading of containers at the port, and to help prevent delays. An ECTN is a 10-digit number that must be obtained prior to shipping.

It can be obtained from the shipping company or the importer/exporter. If you are shipping to or from Angola, be sure to obtain an ECTN before your shipment departs. This will help ensure a smooth and efficient process at the port.

    The procedure for getting an ECTN of ANGOLA getting an ECTN (Export Control Threat Number) for ANGOLA is not as complicated as it might seem at first. In this article, we will guide you through the entire process so that you can obtain your ECTN with ease. The first step is to contact the Export Control Officer (ECO) at the ANGOLA Embassy.

    The ECO will then provide you with the necessary paperwork, which you will need to fill out and return. Next, you will need to obtain a certificate of origin from the Chamber of Commerce. This document will need to be notarized. Once you have obtained the certificate of origin, you will need to submit it, along with the rest of the required paperwork, to the ECO.

    The ECO will then issue you an ECTN. It is important to note that the ECTN is valid for one year and must be renewed annually. Also, keep in mind that the ECTN is not required for every shipment; only those that meet the criteria specified by the ANGOLA government.
    What information is required to obtain an ECTN?

    In order to obtain an ECTN, the following information is required: - Shipper information - Consignee information - Notifier information - Bill of lading or air waybill number - Description of goods - HS code of goods - Net weight of goods - Value of goods

    How long does it take to obtain an ECTN?

    The ECTN application must be submitted online at least 5 days prior to shipment. Once the application has been submitted, it can take up to 3 days to receive the ECTN. How much does an ECTN cost? An ECTN costs $50 USD and must be paid prior to shipment.

    Is an ECTN required for every shipment to Angola?

    Yes, an ECTN is required for every shipment of controlled goods to Angola.
  • Bill of Lading
  • Commercial Invoice
  • Freight Invoice (required if the freight amount is not specified on commercial invoice)

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