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Electronic Data Interchange Fee (EDI)

EDI charges are applied when a forwarder organizes the exchange of electronic data to ports/customs or other government entities that need the information. The fee is applied at the request of the customer, except in Greece and Israel where the fee is mandatory and applied to all shipments. Charges are applied per Bill of Lading (BL) or Transport Document (TPdoc).

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