- Supplementary manifest is an addition of TD to an existing manifest due to excess landed consignments. The legal basis for amendment of a cargo manifest is Section 24 (4) & (5) of the EACCMA 2004.
- The following is a step-by-step process of amending a cargo manifest:
- Log in as Shipping Agent; click on green tick; click on manifest module.
- Click supplementary/ cancellation on the left window.
- Click on manifest for operator; type in no. of manifest that you want to supplement on the registration no. field; search by clicking the binoculars icon.
- Select “plus sign” that says add a supplementary TD.
- Fill in details of BL, consignee, destination, country of consignor, country of routing (Kenya), port of loading, date of loading, notify party, T status, temporary storage, date, place of delivery (KEMBA) etc. (see screen shot below).
- Scroll down and click on New LP. Fill in details (see screen shot below):
- Save; Exit; Submit- pop up message will show submitted successfully.
- Once request is submitted, Customs manifest office will approve the request.
- Once approval is done, S/Agent will be able to search for the approved supplementary manifest under summary declaration on the left window. Type in manifest no. in the registration no. field. Select version 2; search; select and display.
- Status will be pending payment; click print e-slip icon and go and pay amendment fee ($10).
- The status of the master SD at the time when a manifest amendment & supplementary manifest are requested is “accepted”.
- Supplementary manifest caters for excess landed cargo thus we expect the containers in the request for supplementary manifest to be contained in the bay plan.
- The general segment of a manifest cannot be amended.
- iCMS will only allow the carrier agent who lodged/deconsolidated the manifest to request for the supplementary manifest.
- Transport documents are uniquely identified by the combination of their covering SD, prefix, and bill code.
- The Manifest (also called the Summary declaration) supports all types of transport documents (bills of lading, airway bills, rail consignment, road transport documents) or transit documents.
- The status of the original (consolidated) transport document before Deconsolidation is “under deconsolidation”.
- The total gross weight for all BLs in a House manifest shall be exactly equal to sum of gross weights of the master BLs that constitute the House manifest