Yes, but it'll require the issuance of a new BOL with the correct information. Confirm the cancellation of the old BOL with your carrier or freight forwarder to avoid any complications.

It's becoming more common for carriers and shippers to use electronic BOL. Ensure that all parties involved accept this form of documentation. Some countries may have certain regulations regarding the use of electronic BOL.

In case of a lost or destroyed bill of lading, the carrier may require additional documentation to release the cargo. This can include a written statement of loss, a commercial invoice, and other relevant documents. It's important to keep copies of all shipping documents to avoid delays in customs clearance.

A negotiable BOL, commonly used in commercial transactions, is a document you can legally transfer to another party. Governed by specific laws and regulations, it provides the shipper or holder legal protection.