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Cargo Dues Order meaning

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Dec 14, 2021

What is Cargo Dues Order?

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Dec 14, 2021

Cargo Dues Order – abbreviated to read CDO is the document that is passed by a client with Transnet National Port Authority (TNPA). They pay the CDO fees which is as per the tariff set out by TNPA every April. This is basically the exporter or importers contribution to the TNPA for using their facilities for movement of the cargo through it.

Shipping lines will not release their bill of lading to their clients unless a copy of the CDO stamped by TNPA is received. If for some reason the client has not paid the CDO fees to TNPA, then the same is in general invoiced by TNPA to the shipping line involved.

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