STEP 1: CONTACTING CNSC PORT AGENTS THE WORLD OVER AND FORWARDING REQUIRED DOCUMENTATION
The service provider or shipper contacts and forwards the required documentation (bill of lading, commercial invoice, freight invoice and reference of e-FORCE form) to a CNSC port Agent of their geographical area of operation who sends to them the amount payable by bank transfer.
STEP 2: ESTABLISHMENT OF ECTN BY CNSC PORT AGENT
The CNSC agent creates ECTN in the CNSC computer system and submits it for validation on the basis of attachments.
STEP 3: ECTN forwarding and authentication
The Port Agent downloads the validated ECTN in PDF format and sends it to their client who has it authenticated by the CNSC at the port of disembarkation.
STEP 1 : CREATING & ACTIVATING AN ACCOUNT
The shipper creates their account on the CNSC site export.cncc.cm, which is then activated by the CNSC
STEP 2: CREATING AN ECTN
From his account, the shipper fills in the form on the basis of the export declaration and submits it for validation
STEP 3 : PAYING FOR ECTN
The shipper pays for ECTN at CNSC's cash desk and the ECTN is available.
STEP 1: VERIFICATION DES DOCUMENTS
The shipper sublmits their documentation (BL, commercial invoice, GUCE Tracking e-force form or DI and ID) for verification at the CNSC reception desk.
STEP 2: FILLING ECTN FORM
After scanning the documents, the ECTN form completed by the CNSC Port Agent.
STEP 3: PAYMENT AT THE CASH DESK
The shipper pays the cost of ECTN issuance at the CNSC cash desk and the ECTN is made available.
STEP 4 : AUTHENTICATING THE ECTN
The ECTN is authenticated by the CNSC Port Agent.
As part of its missions to provide assistance to shippers and collect statistical data regarding air freight, the CNSC will launch its activities in Cameroon airports from Monday, 4 June 2018. The ECTN will be thus required for all goods entering or leaving Cameroon through the Douala and Yaounde Nsimalen airports. The Airfreight ECTN shall be issued for all import and export Air Waybills (AWB) at aforesaid airports.
As part of its missions to provide assistance to shippers and collect statistical data at Cameroon land borders, the CNSC launched its activities in Kye-ossi at the Cameroon-Gabon and Cameroon-Equatorial Guinea border on Thursday, 1 March, 2018. The ECTN is issued based on the mode of packaging for all imports and exports.
As part of its missions to provide assistance to shippers and to collect statistical data at the level of small ports, CNSC launched its activities at the BOSCAM Quay (Youpwe) and in the ports of South-West Region, particularly Tiko, Idenau and Bota. The ECTN is issued based on the mode of packing for all imports and exports.