Monday through Friday
facility aides in the assistance of arranging
shipping and receiving various types of shipments
throughout portions of the Eighth Coast Guard
District (with the exception of Missouri and
out and send the Shipping Request Form or
DD1149 From with as much information as possible
to the Transportation Officer (both links are
located at the bottom of this page).
Transportation Officer will review the paperwork
and arrange for pick-up and delivery based on
specified handling instructions. If there are
any questions with the paperwork, the TO will
there are no issues with the shipping order, the
TO will be in contact to confirm the shipping
arrangements, provide a pick-up date, and send a
copy of the Commercial Bill of Lading (CBL).
item will then be picked-up in accordance to the
specifications listed on the Shipping Request.
this time, it is the responsibility of the
Pick-Up location to have the Pick-Up Agent sign
and date the CBL. A copy will need to be given
to the Pick-Up Agent, sent to the originating
TO, and one maintained for shipping records.
item will be delivered to the specifications
listed on the Shipping Request Form.
receipt of the item to the designated delivery
address, the Receiving Party must sign the CBL,
procure a copy for receiving records and for
transmission back to the TO, and surrender the
original Carrier Copy to the Carrier.
DD 1149 Form
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