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Instructions and Help about how to fill out a straight bill of lading jj keller

Welcome to exhibitor lounge sponsored by exhibit edge comm now I'm your host and your tradeshow mixologist Michael Gray here each week you receive simple practical and proven tips to improve your trade show marketing strategy maximize your budget and get better results alright well last week we touched on the straight Bill of Lading well this week I want to follow up with a lot of the common mistakes now one thing I do want to say is if you send your ambassadors or your exhibitors out and you know you're the person who makes the transportation arrangements you know get a blank bill of lading from a show floor like this one's you know exhibit edge has their own and then put it on a copier so it's single sheets you don't need all three sheets and then fill it out for the people going to the show that way when they get their packet with their shipping labels and their bill lading that you send with the shipment or however you give it to them because they have to fill out the general contractor's bill lading on show site they at least have a template to work with as to how it should be filled out and that's that's just trying to eliminate common mistakes well let's go through a few common mistakes that happen on a show floor in regards to filling out a bill lading and preparing a shipment to go off the floor well the first one is not listing a carrier okay if you don't list a carrier in the slot where it says carrier name on a bill awaiting the general contractor will get your freight it will become for spray why because a straight bill elating is the authority that a general contractor has to give it to your specified carrier without that it's the general contractor's responsibility and he will prhis own transportation all right number two not filling out a bill of lading now the general contractor cannot move you're afraid with your carrier specified or anything without a bill of lading so it is very important that you understand the purpose of a straight bill of lading and what and what it does giving the authority to the general contractor to put that Freight on your specified carrier alright number three leaving the freight in the booth with just FedEx labels or other labels on the freight again not throwing out a bill of lading like in number two but this is just putting FedEx labels which you say well that's a bill of lading it's not the authority to the general contractor which is the straight billing so if you leave Freight in a booth and you say I had FedEx labels on it and that's not the general contractor's gonna say I'm sorry you didn't follow procedure and your Freight will be forced onto the general contractor's official freight forwarders on the show site.