International Federation of Freight Forwarders Associations - Documents

Documents

FIATA has created several documents and forms to establish a uniform standard for use by freight forwarders worldwide. The documents are easily distinguishable as each has a distinctive colour and carries the FIATA logo which can be seen at the head of this page.

  • FCR: Forwarders Certificate of Receipt
  • FCT: Forwarders Certificate of Transport
  • FWR: FIATA Warehouse Receipt
  • FBL: FIATA Bill of Lading (negotiable Multimodal Transport)
  • FWB: FIATA Waybill) (non-negotiable Multimodal Transport)
  • SDT: Shippers Declaration for the Transport (of Dangerous Goods)
  • SIC: Shippers Intermodal Weight Certificate
  • FFI: FIATA Forwarding Instructions

FIATA documents have an excellent reputation and are recognised as documents of tradition and trust. They have greatly contributed in the past to the facilitation of international exchanges and will continue in the future to be valuable instruments in the service of world trade.

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