My understanding of the issuing of Arrival Notices is that they are provided as a matter of courtesy by the lines and is not a requirement. You should be able to track your shipments and know for yourself when they are arriving. As a matter of providing good service you should not have to contact the line in order to obtain Arrival Notices or other Invoices or documentation, but I would personally never rely on an Arrival Notice hitting my Inbox to know exactly where my shipments are.
Neil Warren, HHG Import Mgr/Logistics Coordinator
Gallagher Transport Int'l, Inc.
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