To stay in touch with export control reforms, we’ve have updated our Shipper’s Letter of Instructions (SLI) form.
2) Ultimate Consignee Type. This information from this field will need to be entered in AES beginning in April 2014. Mohawk is releasing its SLI form early to begin educating clients on this new requirement and to get them in habit of completing this extra field.
13) Entry Number. The import entry number is necessary if the export transaction is needed as proof of export for import transactions, such as In-Bond, Temporary Import Bond, or Drawbacks and so forth.
22) DDTC Quantity/DDTC Unit of Measure. Added to identify ITAR licensable goods.
24) ECCN, EAR99 or USML category number. Allows for better identification of ECCNs and exceptions/exemptions.
25) SME. (Significant Military Equipment) Added to identify the shipment as SME, a term used to designate articles on the U.S. Munitions List (USML) for which special exports controls are warranted because of their capacity for substantial military utility or capability.
26) Export License #, License Exception, DDTC Exemption #, or NLR. Added to comply with new AES requirements.
28) Licensable Shipment Value, if applicable (US dollars). In the past it was argued that the amount of value reported on export (including insurance and inland cost) inflated the license value. Per new AES requirements, licensable shipment value will be separated out.