Shipper's Export Declaration


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Shipper's Export Declaration (SED)

Document required by the U.S. Department of Commerce for exports of certain controlled items, and/or shipments to certain countries, and/or shipments anywhere that exceed certain dollar amounts. This document is used to monitor shipments of controlled goods.

Shipper's Export Declaration

A form that an exporter or a shipping company must file with the U.S. Department of Commerce if the value of the commodity one is exporting exceeds a certain value. In 2000, this value was $2,500. The form is administered by the U.S. Census Bureau. See also: International trade.
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Again, these results compare favorably with data filed through the current antiquated automated system or on Shipper's Export Declarations, which have average reject rates of 1.
Ship also automates the printing of bills of lading (LTL carrier documentation), Commercial Invoices, NAFTA forms, and Shipper's Export Declarations.