ISV Transport Document

An ISV Transport document is required when you Transport goods abroad by train. ISV is the abbreviation of Internationale Spoor Vrachtbrief (International Railroad Freightnote, ISV) It is also known as a CIM-freight note. CIM is the abbreviation for "Convention Internationale concernant le Transport des Marchandises par Chemin de Fer". The document consists of 5 copies: one for you, one for the addressee, one for the destination station’s railway company, one for the export country’s railway company, and one for the station of departure’s railway company. The document has to be filled out both by you and the railway company with which you make the Transport arrangement.

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