Shipping Documents

Bill of Lading

This is a legal document that sets out the details of a shipment including the required information: consignor, consignee, pieces, weight, product description, collect, prepaid, declared value, and any particular service requirements. The bill of lading is signed by the shipper and the driver at the time of freight pickup. Carrier performs services as per bill of lading. Customer can use their own bill of lading or choose to download Clarke BOL. Alternatively, customers can use online BOL tool to generate a copy of Bill of Lading.

Proof of Delivery

It is a document that establishes the fact that consignee (recipient) received freight (goods) sent by the consignor. The proof of delivery (POD) generally contains signature of the receiver and provides confirmation on the condition of goods received. If there are any exceptions, it must be noted on the POD. Electronic Proof of Delivery lets you get delivery details and an image of the receiver's signature, when captured digitally. Clarke provides copies of PODs on Clarkelink to registered users.

Packing Slips

A packing slip is a list of what is included in a shipment. It is generally attached to the goods and travel with the goods from shipper and consignee. A Picking Slip is used in a warehouse to pick ordered Items. The Picking Slip contains important information about the product(s) such as the quantity, location and stock levels. It allows consignee to reconcile goods received with the purchase order provided to the shipper.

Inspection Form

Inspection form is used to report loss of damage on a particular shipment. It contains comprehensive information on nature of goods, and packaging as well as count of damaged goods and extent of loss or damage.