Proforma invoice ncm

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PROFORMA INVOICE Document without taxes value, the seller Provides it to the buyer, contains most of the necessary information about an International operation. If the buyer accepts, it is understood that the buyer Accepts and confirms the information indicated on it. 

Proforma functions: Quotation Document/Payment Tool/ Customs Document/ To obtain Import Licenses and documents/ Part of an agreement/ Order Confirmation/ Relation with the Bank/ Manage an Insurance/ Information Confirmation

CUSTOMS INVOICE Extended form of commercial invoice required by Customs (often in a specified format) on which the exporter indicates the Description, quantity, selling price, freight, insurance and packing costs, Terms of delivery and payment, weight and/or volume of the goods for the Purpose of determining items customs value. It is a document issued by the Seller and required by some importers, must be properly completed and sent Together with the exported goods

PACKING LIST Document which details the specific contents of Each package. It is similar to, but does not replace, the Commercial Invoice. It is used by customs to assess duties and fees.

CONSULAR INVOICE A document certifying a shipment of goods and Shows information such as the consignor, consignee and value of the shipment. A consular invoice can be obtained through a consular representative of the Country were you are shipping to. The consular invoice is required by some Countries to facilitate customs taxes collection.

CERTIFICATE OF ORIGIN International trade document Confirming that the goods in a particular shipment have been fully obtained, Produced, manufactured or processed in a particular country. Two types of CO: Preferential CO: · Issued to cover eligible exports For preferential tariff exemption or reduction under free trade agreements (FTA). Non-preferential CO: · Issued for goods which do not enjoy Preferential treatment 

SOIVRE Official Service of Surveillance, Certification and Technical Assistance of Foreign Trade

What is Checking? · If lot is compliant with EU Marketing standards · Documents (Identity/marking: Origin, classification, amount, dispatcher) · Physical check according to risk analysis. · Reduced inspection for goods from third Countries with approved inspection services. · Re-inspection after rejections.

What do we Get by having it? · The SOIVRE certificate provides Confidence to the products that obtain it. · It makes these products be trustable in front Of buyers. · This confidence makes that for many Cases in some countries our products will not have to pass through an Inspection to enter into its territory.

Performing Of new inspection based upon the marked samples of the first inspection and a New sample to obtain a higher accuracy.

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