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Changing to new area codes for landline phones in Viet Nam
Effective by the below scheduled, our offices will change the area code of their landline phones

VP Tel Fax From
(2017)
Danang (236)
358 3686
(236)
358 3686
27/02
Haiphong (225)
382 1275
(225)
382 1276
15/04
Hanoi (24)
3514 7047
(24)
3514 7047
17/06
Saigon (28)
3899 8696
(28)
3899 8699
17/06

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T&M Forwarding is now FMC registered OTI T&M Forwarding is now FMC bonded under OTI # 026164 as registered foreign based NVOCC. To comply with FMC registration requirement, T&M Forwarding, an individual member of FIATA, has used FIATA Group Bond Programme and is the first Vietnamese freight forwarder / NVOCC to successfully apply for registration using this programme.  
T&M FORWARDING LAUNCHES NORTH AMERICAN OFFICE
To better support its partners, agents and seize emerging TPP opportunities, T&M Forwarding is launching N. American operations from its Seattle-area office. The office will allow agents and customers to work directly with a live person on American time zones, ensuring better, faster, and more reliable service.

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Uniform Customs and Practice for Documentary Credits (UCP 600)


The Uniform Customs and Practice for Documentary Credits (UCP) is a set of rules on the issuance and use of letters of credit. The UCP is utilized by bankers and commercial parties in more than 175 countries in trade finance. Some 11-15% of international trade utilizes letters of credit, totaling over a trillion dollars (US) each year.
 
Historically, the commercial parties, particularly banks, have developed the techniques and methods for handling letters of credit in international trade finance. This practice has been standardized by the ICC (International Chamber of Commerce) by publishing the UCP in 1933 and subsequently updating it throughout the years. The ICC has developed and moulded the UCP by regular revisions, the current version being the UCP600. The result is the most successful international attempt at unifying rules ever, as the UCP has substantially universal effect. The latest revision was approved by the Banking Commission of the ICC at its meeting in Paris on 25 October 2006. This latest version, called the UCP600, formally commenced on 1 July 2007.
 
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