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Created by Russell F on 2012-01-24 05:44:52 Back to Topics

Sending of Paper Invoice for Cargo

Hello,
 
At the ICH meeting in MAD in October 2011, there was some confusion regarding whether SIS migrated carriers needed to send paper invoices for CARGO for 90 days after their migration (in May 2012), or whether the could stop sending paper invoices from day 1?
 
Please can you clarify the situation?
 
Many thanks,
Russell (BD)
 
 
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Replied by Ashley H on 2012-01-24 06:18:42

Hi Russell,

 

As communicated in the SIS bulletin (Sep, issue 4), under RA45 Highlights, the elimination of paper invoices from day one for migrated carriers is in effect as of Jan 2012. This was the outcome of RA45 agenda item P8, which refers to RAM Chapter A9 and hence only pertains to Passenger and Cargo.

 

Therefore, effective from Jan 2012 onwards, migrated carriers can stop sending paper immediately after migration.

 

Hope that clarifies.

Regards,

Ashley

 

From: FROST Russell
Posted At: January-24-12 5:45 AM
Posted To: SIS Forums - Rules, Policies, & Codes
Conversation: Sending of Paper Invoice for Cargo
Subject: Sending of Paper Invoice for Cargo

 

Hello,

 

At the ICH meeting in MAD in October 2011, there was some confusion regarding whether SIS migrated carriers needed to send paper invoices for CARGO for 90 days after their migration (in May 2012), or whether the could stop sending paper invoices from day 1?

 

Please can you clarify the situation?

 

Many thanks,

Russell (BD)

 

 

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