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Obligation to Register and Accept Remittances with the National Cargo Dispatch Registry (RNDC)

  • By Siacomex
  • 17 February, 2024
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Technical Analysis of Resolution 377 of 2013 and Decree 1122 of 1999

Obligation to Register and Accept Remittances in the RNDC

In the field of Cargo Transportation Service in Colombia, transport companies are required to register their operations in the National Cargo Dispatch Registry (RNDC). This obligation is detailed in Resolution 377 of 2013 and Decree 1122 of 1999, specifically in Articles 816, 1117, and 46.

Registration Procedure

When a transport company issues the manifest and the remittance, the “cargo generator” (the entity paying for the service) must verify and confirm that the provided information matches the issued invoice. To perform this confirmation, the cargo generator must register with the Ministry of Transport and use the designated application for this purpose.

Consequences of Failure to Confirm

If the information is not properly confirmed in the application, the Ministry of Transport has the authority to impose sanctions. Depending on the severity of the omission, fines can range from one (1) to seven hundred (700) monthly minimum wages.

This regulatory framework aims to ensure transparency and proper management of cargo transport operations in Colombia, promoting rigorous control over transactions and preventing potential irregularities.

Resolution 377 of 2013 and Decree 1122 of 1999 establish clear obligations for transport companies and cargo generators, emphasizing the importance of registering and verifying remittances in the RNDC. Compliance with these regulations is essential to avoid sanctions and ensure the integrity of cargo transport operations in the country.

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