All ports in Equatorial Guinea will need an ECTN (Electronic Cargo Tracking Note) starting on January 1st, 2021, for all imports and exports. Prior to shipment, this essential document must be secured; otherwise, there may be delays and perhaps even fines. Obtaining an ECTN is an easy and simple process. On behalf of their clients, shipping firms or their representatives should apply for the document, and the ECTN will be provided within 24 hours.
You can quickly prepare the required ECTN (Electronic Cargo Tracking Note) paperwork for Equatorial Guinea with Seanautic Marine. Local customs will ban shipments with an invalid ECTN.
Every shipment with Malabo as its final destination must have an E-CTN. To prevent any difficulties or penalties when clearing the products at destination, shippers and forwarders are urged to adhere to the official authorities' prescribed method.
What details must I provide in my application for an ECTN?
You must supply the following details in order to apply for an ECTN:
• Your name
• The name of your business
• Your contact details
• A description of the shipment's contents
• The item's Harmonized System (HS) code
An ECTN is valid for how long? The validity of an ECTN is one year from the date of issuance.
How can I submit an ECTN application? Through an online application platform run by the Ministry of Industry, Trade, and Investment, ECTN applications can be submitted.