The export cargo terminal extends over 12,000 square meters, and includes a wide variety of storage facilities provided for customer needs, until the loading of the cargo flight.

These facilities include:

• Semi-automated facilities for storage of up to 200 pallets.
• Storage aisles for up to 1,500 Euro-pallets.
• Climate-controlled refrigeration facilities of deep freeze, regular freeze and chill-freeze, for bulk and pallet storage.
• Climate-controlled storage for pharmaceuticals.
• Other special facilities for the storage of valuables and radioactive materials.

Work process

The cargo shipping process detailed below is designed for the customer’s service and convenience to expedite the deposit of the cargo in minimum time and maximum efficiency. The process details the stations that must be completed to ship the cargo. Despite Maman’s attempts to improve and streamline the process, several stations must still be completed that are not directly related to Maman and that are beyond its responsibility. These stations are required by virtue of the law and government authorities involved in the process. We hope that the information detailed below will be of assistance to you in shipping your cargo.

Export Terminal Hours

Coordinating the reservation of a spot with the airline / Customs Agent: represents importers (and exporters) and releases the import cargo for them. Most customs agents have payment arrangements with Maman.customs agent.

Packing the cargo The cargo: total packages consolidated under one bill of lading of the lowest level: internal BL, Direct BL or Master BL, when there are no internal details. in compliance with airline / customs agent guidelines

Arrival with the cargo at the export parking lot.

Preparation of the acceptance documents of the airline / cargo agent. Documents: Bill of Lading: the bill of lading is a document that represents an agreement between the owner of the merchandise and the air shipper pertaining to the transfer of the merchandise to the product and raw material storage.
The bill of lading number identifies the cargo in its life cycle and is acceptable to parties involved in the process of sending and receiving cargo.
bill of lading
cargo invoice, and storage shipping document.

Entering of data into the information system in the main reception office and receiving an appointment for unloading.

Unloading the cargo.

Once cargo has been unloaded, affix approval on facility located at center of export ramp.

Identification of customer by ID, acceptance of cargo and acceptance documents by security inspector.

Cargo is weighed and stored in the storage area.