We Have Done So Many Thing.
GTE is committed to providing transport solutions that meet the diverse needs of our customers. That’s why we have a large inventory of well-maintained specialist equipment designed to accommodate practically any cargo type and any loading or discharging environment. These cargo trailers include (but are not limited to): * Rigid: A static trailer that can be used when access is restricted. * Flatbed: A trailer with no sides, allowing for cargo that will not fit or cannot be easily loaded into a standard container. This is typically used for project or out-of-gauge cargo. * Tipper: A specialised chassis to lift the container up at one end to unload loose cargo. * Low loader: A trailer with an adjustable deck height allowing for the transportation of particularly tall or heavy cargo. * Container-lift trailer: A vehicle with equipment capable of lifting containers on and off the trailer. * Genset trailer: A purpose-built trailer with its own generating equipment designed to provide power for refrigerated containers. Naturally, GTE also provides our customers with the necessary guidance to determine the appropriate equipment for the safe and secure transport of their cargo. Our intermodal and transport teams around the world will happy to help recommend the appropriate trailer for individual cargoes, taking into account any physical or environmental considerations at the point of loading or discharge. Similarly, our out-of-gauge / breakbulk teams will provide the necessary expertise to arrange the transport of any oversized cargoes. Container equipment In addition to the cargo trailers GTE customers are able to select the perfect container equipment to suit the optimal transport of their cargo. We have more than 10 million containers in circulation at any one time including: * 20ft / 40ft standard and high cube containers. * 20ft / 40ft open-top containers. * 20ft / 40ft and high cube reefer containers. * 20ft / 40ft flatracks. * 20ft / 40ft platforms. * 20ft / 40ft open-top containers. With this equipment strategically positioned around the globe, MSC will have the ideal equipment to suit your cargo – whatever it is, wherever it is.
IMPORT SECURITY FILING (ISF)
The information provided is to allow our Customers to have an easy access to Bill of Lading Number information to complete their ISF filings with US Customs in a timely manner and in accordance to the guidelines for the ISF regulations. You will find the BL number and container numbers assigned at the time of booking from the foreign party. This information is subject to change at any time in accordance to the requirements asked by the BOOKING PARTY. This is to advise you that GTE is fully aware that many of our Non-AMS NVOCC's intend to start making, or have started to make, their own Importer Security Filing (ISF). According to the ISF Rule, the ISF filing must be done at the lowest House Bill of Lading number level, but referencing the GTE bill lading number(s) as Carrier. Therefore, it is our aim to provide you with the MSC Bill of Lading number(s) when the booking is confirmed by GTE, in order to facilitate a smooth ISF filing for you. For consolidated shipments with multiple parties in a single container, or where there are multiple parties involved in a single booking (i.e. several containers under a single booking, but allocated to different parties), please keep in mind that each party needs to be declared to US CUSTOMS inside the ISF filing, with a separate MSC Bill of Lading number for each of them. You should ensure that your instructions to MSC concerning the number of parties are clear, and MSC will then provide you with an additional GTE Bill of Lading number for each party. However, you must indicate, both to GTE and in your ISF filing, which cargo(es) you have assigned to each BTE Bill of Lading number provided to you by GTE. Please note that reasonable efforts have been made to ensure that the service content is accurate and up-to-date, however all information is given without any guarantee or representation as to its accuracy and under no circumstances whatsoever shall MSC be liable for any direct, incidental, consequential, indirect, special or other damages, costs, losses or liabilities arising from reliance on any of the information or materials contained on the GTE website.