How do I find out what my SCAC code is?

How do I find out what my SCAC code is?

The Standard Carrier Alpha Code (SCAC) is a unique two-to-four-letter code used to identify transportation companies. SCAC codes can be obtained from the National Motor Freight Traffic Association (NMFTA), located in Alexandria, VA. You can contact them at (703) 838-1831.

What is DHL SCAC code?

In the world of shipping, SCAC codes are found in shipping documents such as the Bill of Lading, shipment invoices, and packing lists….List of SCAC Codes.

Carrier Name SCAC Code
Delmas DAAE
DHL Global Forwarding DHC2
DHL Worldwide Express DHLA
Diamond Logistics DMLI

What is SCAC code for Central Transport?

Widely used SCACs

SCAC Carrier name
CNPC Carolina Transportation Inc

What is the SCAC code for UPS ground?

UPS’s SCAC (Standard Carrier Alpha Code) is UPSA for AIR volume only. UPS’s SCAC (Standard Carrier Alpha Code) is UPSC for GROUND volume.

What SCAC means?

Standard Carrier Alpha Code
A SCAC (Standard Carrier Alpha Code) is a unique 4 letter code used to identify transportation companies. A SCAC is required for all carriers doing business with a U.S. Goverment agency. As such, all carriers crossing the border into the United States are required to have a SCAC in order to identify themselves to CBP.

How much is a SCAC code?

The SCAC application fee is $97.00 U.S.funds if drawn on a U.S. bank ($107.00 U.S. funds if drawn on a U.S.funds account in a Canadian bank). Make checks and money orders payable to NMFTA. Mail completed application and payment to: National Motor Freight Traffic Association, Inc.

Do all carriers have SCAC codes?

So, all the carriers crossing the border need SCAC code to identify themselves to CBP. In fact, the SCAC code is required by all the transportation companies doing business with the US government agencies.

How much does a SCAC code cost?

What is SCAC code for FedEx?

List of Widely Used SCAC Codes

SCAC Carrier Name
FDCC FedEx Custom Critical
FDE FedEx Express (AIR)

Who needs SCAC?

Do I need a SCAC?

The SCAC is required on tariffs filed with the Surface Transportation Board (STB). The United States Bureau of Customs and Border Protection (CBP) has mandated the use of the SCAC for their Automated Commercial Environment (ACE), Automated Manifest (AMS) and Pre-Arrival Processing (PAPS) Systems.

Do SCAC codes expire?

If you have a SCAC Code it is time to renew! Codes are assigned and valid from July 1st through June 30th each year. Logistec/TTS provides fast, electronic renewal!