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Standard Chartered goes live with CargoDocs

back-to-back Letter of Credit
electronic bills of lading
eUCP Presentation
Iron Ore
Letter of credit
Standard Chartered
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Leading international banking group, Standard Chartered, recently completed its first live transaction using CargoDocs for a financed Iron Ore shipment, ex-Australia to China.

Standard Chartered acted as issuing bank on behalf of its customer, a leading global commodities trader, who traded the Iron Ore cargo through a back-to-back Letter of Credit transaction using CargoDocs eUCP Presentation.

The transaction also marks the first ever use of CargoDocs in a back-to-back ePresentation by both the advising bank of the first L/C, a major Australian essDOCS Bank customer, and the issuing bank of the first L/C, a leading Shanghai-headquartered banking group.

By using ePresentation under eUCP Letters of Credit, transactions are handled by the banks as per usual, but through electronic exchange and presentation of eDocs - including electronic Bills of Lading – instead of paper documents, therefore enabling efficient handling and controlled transfer of title.

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