What documents are needed for China-Europe rail transport?

1. Railway Bill (a freight document issued by a rail transport carrier. It is a transport contract between the consignor and the consignor and the railway. The original is issued with the goods after the issuance, and a copy is issued to the shipper for the copy. The trader settles the purchase price and can also be used to make claims against the railway when the goods are lost.

2. List of boxes;

3. Invoice;

4. Contract;

5. The declaration elements ( are collectively referred to as customs declaration documents) are also required when the goods are declared.

On-board documents: invoices, details, and bills (which should reflect: shipper, consignee, port of loading, destination/unloading port, hoe and part number, name and customs code, number of pieces, weight, single piece The size and volume of the goods, the type of packaging and the number of packages, etc.), the vehicle documentation relates to the customs clearance of goods, it is recommended that the customs clearance company to produce or timely communicate with the customs clearance company to confirm, and to be consistent with the content of the waybill.

The consignor can generally be the owner of the goods, or the consignor can entrust the agent to deliver the goods. If the agent company is entrusted, the consignor in the document should be represented as the agent company, and the agent contract and the trade contract must be signed between the owner and the agent; If the consignee does not have customs clearance qualifications, it is also necessary to entrust a customs clearance agent to clear the goods and sign a series of contracts and commissions to complete the transfer of ownership.

In addition to the above documents, certificates for certificates of origin, import and export licenses and quality certifications are required for certain goods.