Shippers Export Declaration
U.S. Commerce Department document, "Shipper's Export Declaration."
shipper`s export declaration. In US customs: a form to be filled in for all exports which is then used by the US government for statistical purposes.
SHIPPER'S EXPORT DECLARATION. Form required by Treasury Department and completed by shipper showing value, weight, consignee, destination, etc., of export shipments, as well as Schedule B identification.
Shipper's Exportation Declaration. A form required for the export of goods from the U.S., when the value of a single shipment of one commodity is more than ,500, or when an export license is required.
Shipper's Export Declaration. Issued by: Exporter (or freight forwarder on exporter's behalf) Purpose: U.S. Forms 7525-V and 7525-V-Alternate (for intermodal shipments) required by federal law for any commodity with value over $2,500 or any shipment requiring validated export license. Enables Bureau of the Census to compile trade statistics. Shipper or its agent submits form to carrier, which then submits SEDs for all shipments on vessel voyage or aircraft flight to U.S. Customs.
An abbreviation for Shipper's Export Declaration.
(See Shipper's Export Declaration)