Form required for all U.S. exports with declared value for Customs greater than $2,500 and for household and personal goods regardless of value. Also required for shipments requiring a U.S. Department of Commerce validated export license or U.S. Department of Justice Drug Enforcement export declaration. Prepared by a shipper indicating the value, weight destination and other basic information about the shipment. SED forms may be obtained from most U.S. Customs Offices.
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.
A form required for most shipments. It is prepared by the shipper and indicates the value, weight, destination, and other basic information about the export shipment.
A form required by law to be filled out when goods are shipped to foreign countries. All essential facts such as weight, size, value etc., must be given.
shipping) Form required for all U.S. export shipments by mail valued at more than $500 and for non-mail shipments with declared value greater than $2,500.
A form required for all shipments by the U.S. Treasury Department and prepared by a shipper, indicating the value, weight, destination, and other basic information about an export shipment.
A joint Bureau of the Census' International Trade Administration form used for compiling U.S. exports. It is completed by a shipper and shows the value, weight, destination, etc., of export shipments as well as Schedule B commodity code.
Abbreviation: SED A United States customs form to be completed for all exports to assist the government in compiling export statistics.
A form required by the U.S. Department of Commerce and the U.S. Customs Service for all shipments and prepared by a shipper, indicating the value, weight, destination, and other basic information about an export shipment.
A statement prepared for the U.S. Government on a specific form, used for statistical purposes, which lists the merchandise being exported from the U.S.
A Shipper' s Export Declaration (SED) is a document used for compiling U.S. export trade statistics and for export control.
Form required by Treasury Department and completed by shipper showing value, weight, consignee, destination, etc., of export shipments, as well as Schedule B identification.
Abbreviation: SED. â†’ Export Declaration
A custom house form filled by the shipper of goods to other countries. Also called shipper's manifest. It mentions the marks, numbers, quantity, description and value of the goods at time and place of export. There is a different definition in USA as "The shipper's export declaration (SEDs) forms 7525-V and 7525-V-Alternate (Intermodal) and the shipper's export declaration for In-Transit Goods, Form 7513, are JOINT-BUREAU OF THE CENSUS- INTERNATIONAL TRADE ADMINISTRATION DOCUMENTS used for compiling the official U.S. export statistics and administering the requirements of the Export Administrative Act.
A form required by the Treasury Department and filled out by a shipper showing the value, weight, consignee, destination, etc. of shipments to be exported.