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EMIRATES SHIPPING LINE L.L.C. DUBAI, U.A.E.

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  1. EMIRATES SHIPPING LINE L.L.C.DUBAI, U.A.E. • DUBAI • 03-03-2008 www.EmriatesLine.com

  2. www.EmriatesLine.com

  3. Dubai is the second largest member of the United Arab Emirates (UAE). It is the most important port and the commercial capital of UAE. Dubai is the fastest growing city in the world. Dubai is building the longest Driver Less Metro in the world (approx 70 kms long) which should be done by 2009. In Dubai, there are no taxes on income and there are no personal taxes either. In Dubai Emirates Mall, you can ski indoors while shopping, measuring 400 meters and using 6000 tons of snow. Burj Dubai will become the world's tallest building (800 meters), along with the world's tallest man-made structure, when it is completed. Eighty percent of the residents of Dubai are foreigners. Dubai is the Middle East supply hub for the jewelry market. Dubai has the only 7 Star hotel in the world called BURJ AL ARAB. 1/3 of the cranes of the world are in DUBAI. Fun & Interesting Factsabout Dubai  www.EmriatesLine.com

  4. UAE’s nominal GDP grew by 23% last year to reach AED 599 Billion ($163.78 b) Oil & gas, which contributed 35.7% of the economy in the previous year, had a phenomenal growth of 40.5%, on the back of a 33.8% growth recorded in the previous year. Non-oil sector in the UAE continued its steady growth, growing by 18.6% last year to represent 64.3% of GDP. ECONOMY UPDATE www.EmriatesLine.com

  5. SALES DEPARTMENT KELLY WANG (Sales Executive) ERIC D’COSTA (Sales Co-Ordinator) www.EmriatesLine.com

  6. CustomerService Department CS senior Ex. (Controller) Helen Han CS Manager Rashin Exp Supervisor Das Nair Imp Supervisor Saman Exec. Docs Tarique Ansari Exec. Docs Cecil Vital Exec. CS Ali Reza Exec. Imp DO Dushantha Doc. Asst. Neil Fernandes Doc. Asst. Woyel Cabilino Doc. Asst. Honey Lou Doc. Asst. Sangeeth Kumar Doc. Asst. Shakil Doc. Asst. Hussein www.EmriatesLine.com

  7. OPERATION DEPARTMENT www.EmriatesLine.com

  8. ACCOUNTS DEPARTMENT www.EmriatesLine.com

  9. STAGE – I: Customer places booking with the Sales or in certain cases directly with the Customer Service (PHONE or MAIL). Customer Service checks the vessel schedule and accordingly gives container release to the Customer. STAGE – II: Customer gives the release to its Trucker who goes to the Port to pick the container. After getting the token from the Terminal, trucker gets the container & takes it to the Customer’s warehouse/factory. PROCEDURE FOLLOWED FOR HANDLING EXPORT SHIPMENTS www.EmriatesLine.com

  10. STAGE – III: Customer will file the EXPORT DECLERATION (ED) with the customs & send a mail to customer service with the container number & ED copy to plan the container. Customer service finalize the Load List & the same is submitted to the OPERATION DEPT. STAGE – IV: Once the vessel sails out Operations receive load confirmation from the Port & on the basis of that they update the LRP. Once system is updated Customer Service prepare the B/L as per SI received. Draft B/L is sent to customer for his final confirmation & on the basis of his confirmation, B/L is confirmed in the system. STAGE – V: A/C’s Dept. sends the invoice to the customer. Customer comes to office, makes payment & take the B/L. PROCEDURE FOLLOWED FOR HANDLING EXPORT SHIPMENTS www.EmriatesLine.com

  11. Imports departments files the manifest after confirmation from the ops of discharge planning. Sending Arrival Notices to the consignee’s two or three days prior to the vessel arrival. Customer comes to the D/O counter either with the duly endorsed original B/L or with the request letter (for surrendered/Seaway B/Ls) to collect the Delivery Order. D/O counter issues the D/O against duly endorsed OB/L or against proper request letters for surrender/Seaway B/Ls (with the stamped B/L copy for customs purposes). PROCEDURE FOLLOWED FOR HANDLING IMPORT SHIPMENTS www.EmriatesLine.com

  12. PROCEDURE FOLLOWED FOR HANDLING IMPORT SHIPMENTS www.EmriatesLine.com

  13. After un loading cargo, consignee returns the container in good condition within the D/O validity. Port identifies if there is any damage and same will be on consignees account if the damage has not mentioned in the Equipment Identity Register (EIR) out report. If the D/O is expired, consignee has to approach D/O staff again to re validate. PROCEDURE FOLLOWED FOR HANDLING IMPORT SHIPMENTS www.EmriatesLine.com

  14. EXPORT THC: B/L FEE: Aed 275 THC: Aed 703/20’ Aed 946/40’ & HC DPA: Aed 30 Customs: Aed 30 ** For FREEZONE Companies DPA & Customs is charged as Aed 60 each** IMPORT THC: D.O. FEE: Aed 275 THC: Aed 513/20’ Aed 756/40’ & HC DPA: Aed 30 Customs: Aed 30 ** For FREEZONE Companies DPA & Customs is charged as Aed 60 each** LOCAL CHARGES (EXP & IMP) www.EmriatesLine.com

  15. FREE DAYS FOR EXPORT & IMPORT www.EmriatesLine.com

  16. DUBAI - PEARL OF U.A.E www.EmriatesLine.com

  17. DESERT SAFARI www.EmriatesLine.com

  18. JEBEL ALI PORT www.EmriatesLine.com

  19. XIEXIE NIMEN www.EmriatesLine.com