General instructions for all importers and carriers in preparing this form are found in Customs Directive 3240-36 and superseding issuances. The following instructions should be noted by zone users filing entries for direct or immediate exportation:
1. Upper left hand corner - After "Entry No.", show lot number, if inventory is maintained under the lot method.
2. Upper right hand corner - For either direct or immediate exportation, show "IE"; for indirect exportation or entry for transportation and exportation, show "T & E".
3. Entered or imported by - Show name of person who is principal on importation and entry bond guaranteeing exportation.
4. In bond via - Show name of cartman (and CHL number) who will deliver merchandise to exporting conveyance, and show location to which merchandise wil1 be delivered. Reverse side of form may also be filled out for cartage transaction, in lieu of Customs Form 6043. If T & E,
show name of bonded carrier followed in parentheses by custodial bond of carrier.
5. Port Director at - This space need not be filled out for entry direct or immediate exportation, but must be filled out to show name of destination port for indirect exportation or entry for transportation and exportation.
6. Final foreign destination - Show destination shown in bill of lading or air waybill and not necessarily the port of discharge from the exporting carrier.
7. Consignee - Show consignee as designated on bill of lading or air waybill. If consigned to order, show name of person who will make arrangements for disposition at foreign destination.
8. General export information - Since this form is not designed expressly for export information, placing of the information for B/L No., Date of sailing, Exported on the, and Flag is suggested in the example, since these information elements are needed for proper control and document of the export transaction.
9. Open space in middle of form - As noted in sample, this space is used for the information required in Sec. 146.62(b)(2) CR, and where appropriate, Sections 146.70(d) CR and 9.11(d) FTZM. Show also here any discrepancies in quantity noted by cartman or bonded carrier upon pickup, with concurrences and seal notations.
10. To the Inspector or Warehouse Officer - The dated signature of the Customs officer in this space usually constitutes the permit to transfer the merchandise for the zone. However in rare instances, a Customs officer may physically supervise the transfer, in which case the permit
will be shown in the space in the lower le-ft hand corner beginning with: "Delivered to the Carrier ... ".
11. Received from the Port Director - The signature and date of the cartman or bonded carrier in this space relieves the zone operator from responsibility for the merchandise and transfers that responsibility to the cartman or carrier. Any discrepancies in quantity or condition found upon receipt by the cartman or carrier are shown in the open space in the middle of the form.
12. Certificate of Lading for Exportation (lower left hand Corner) This information is inserted by the exporting carrier on the lading copy only, which is retained by Customs with the outward manifest of the carrier. It is not usually seen by the zone user or operator, and is shown here for illustrative purposes.
13. Record of Cartage or Lighterage - This portion of the form may be filled out for cartage, in lieu of filing Customs Form 6043. If CF 7512 is used for cartage, 3 extra cop4@es must be prepared as the Zone Operator, Cartman, and Exporting Carrier copies of the cartage record.