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Supply Chain Logistics

Overview

Logistics Overview

Supply Chain Logistics has the enterprise-wide responsibility, accountability, and authority to manage and accomplish logistics service.Our scope includes shipment routings, ensuring the efficient and economical use of freight transportation, preparation of export transportation documentation, routing Dangerous Goods shipments, "for hire" freight transportation services and support by common carriers and freight forwarders, and obtaining the services of third party logistics or lead logistics providers.

Packaging Requirements

Packaging Requirements

The D37522-6 is intended as the primary packaging standard for use by all suppliers providing product to The Boeing Company and in no way relieves the supplier of product quality or performance.

This standard covers the basic packaging and labeling requirements and instructions followed by all suppliers in the preparation of products for shipment to The Boeing Company and our customers as directed. Supplier Management or procurement organization shall reference D37522-6 in purchase documents as a supplier packaging requirement.

Global Routing Guide

Routing Guide

Boeing has procured service provider to host an interactive web-tool to be utilized by Boeing suppliers and shippers as a means to obtain the information currently available on the Boeing Shipment Routing Instructions.

C-TPAT Security Guidelines for International Suppliers/Shippers

C-TPAT

In support of Boeing's Customs-Trade Partnership Against Terrorism (C-TPAT) program implementation, these security requirements and guidelines are provided to international shippers to institute effective security practices designed to ensure supply chain security to mitigate the risk of loss, theft, and contraband smuggling that could potentially introduce terrorists and implements of terrorism into the global supply chain.

Importer Security Filing (for Ocean Shipments)

Importer Sec Filing

Ocean Container Clause

If Seller will be shipping Goods by ocean transport destined to arrive within the limits of a port in the United States by vessel, Seller shall (i) Complete Commercial Invoices in compliance with the Detailed Instructions in the Ocean Container Clause; (ii) Use the approved Buyer contracted forwarders, unless otherwise authorized in the contract or as directed in writing by Buyer's Authorized Procurement Representative; and (iii) Provide Commercial Invoices to the forwarders at time of booking, but no later than 72 hours prior to the Goods being loaded at a non-U.S. port aboard a vessel destined for the United States.

Commercial Invoice Requirements