This cargo note is required for all shipments to the DRC whether by air, sea or road and must be presented at all border points entering the DRC. AUCN offers 7 days services with a dedicated team able to provide guidance and issue draft certificates within 1 hour from receipt of all relevant documents. This ensures efficient, timely and importantly accurate documents to avoid delays at border crossings.
AUCN on the 6th of June, 2022 signed a Renewed Contract with OGEFREM DRC for the Issuance of FERI Certifications ie: Maritime/AD/CD/Rail and Air in the territories of Namibia & South Africa and all their ports.
OFFICE DE GESTION DU FRET MULTIMODAL DE LA RÉPUBLIQUE DÉMOCRATIQUE DU CONGO
The Multimodal Freight Management Office Democratic Republic of Congo
Office de Gestion du Fret Multimodal de la République Démocratique du Congo (OGEFREM)
42 Avenue Kalemie, Comune de la Gombe B.P. 8038, KINSHASA, RDC
Tel: +243 815015327 Fax: +243 815563480 Website: www.ogefrem.org
The Multimodal Freight Management Office in acronym “OGEFREM” is a public enterprise of a technical and commercial nature of the Democratic Republic of the Congo in acronym “DRC”. The headquarter offices are in the capital city, Kinshasa.
OGEFREM, then initially named The Office of Management of the Cargo Maritime, was created by a Presidential Decree on 12 November 1980 with their focus:
MULTIMODAL FREIGHT MANAGEMENT TRANSPORT AND LOGISTICS SERVICES
Africa Union Cargo Namibia in acronym “AUCN”, Operating from Walvis Bay, Namibia and Johannesburg, Sandton with offices in the Durban and Cape Town, DRC, South Africa, China, Zambia and expanding the AUC footprint further in Africa linking all road, rail, air, sea and river borders and ports was awarded a contract for the handling of the FERI and CD (Certification of Destination) services on behalf of OGEFREM, DRC.
The contract is in effect since 1st July 2022. This marks a renewed contractual relationship since 2018 with collecting all FERI and CD related levies and charges due to OGEFREM for all modes of transporting cargo via ports and borders into the DRC, as the International Appointed Agents.