The Gambia‘s government has decided that starting on May 15, 2023, all exports and imports (including those that are in transit) must get a CTN Certificate. The new law, which is applicable to all commodities, has no exclusions. The CTN Gambia reference number must appear in both the goods description and shipment reference fields on the bill of lading.
You can quickly prepare the required ECTN (Electronic Cargo Tracking Note) paperwork for Gambia with Seanautic Marine. Local customs will ban shipments with an invalid ECTN.
All cargo shipments into and out of The Gambia - Banjul must have a shipping certificate, commonly known as a CTN, an Entry Summary Number (ENS), or an Exit Summary Number (ENX). To avoid any difficulties or fines when clearing the products at destination, the official authorities have mandated that Shippers and Forwarders adhere to the prescribed method.