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A waybill is a document that accompanies a shipment of goods and contains information about the shipment's contents, the origin and destination of the shipment, and other relevant details. The waybill is used as a receipt for goods by the carrier and serves as a contract of carriage.

What is a waybill?

An official document sent with the shipment that shows the product's origin, destination, route, sender's name, recipient's name, the content of the shipment, and the amount received for the transportation service. 

What is an e-waybill?

The e-waybill is an electronic document used to track the transportation of goods during commercial transactions in Turkey. 

The e-waybill contains information about the sender, receiver, carrier, and the nature of the goods. This document is vital in business transactions such as tax returns, inventory tracking, and accounting records. 

How is the e-waybill created?

Creating an e-waybill typically involves several steps.  

First, the user registers on the e-waybill portal and logs in with their credentials. Then, they enter the shipment details, including invoice numbers, dates, sender and receiver information, GSTIN numbers (Goods and Services Tax Identification Number), quantity and description of goods, and the mode of transportation.  

After submitting the information, the system validates the details and generates a unique e-waybill number. The user can download and print the e-waybill document, which serves as proof of shipment.  

The e-waybill has a specific validity period and must be presented during transit along with relevant transportation documents. If any changes or cancellations are needed, the user can update or cancel the e-waybill accordingly.  

It's important to follow the specific procedures and guidelines provided by the respective government authority's e-waybill portal for accurate and up-to-date information. 

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