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Export documentation


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Export documentation

  2. 2. EXPORT DOCUMENTATIONThere are a number of documents, which have to beprepared by the exporter in order to arrange export of hisconsignments. These documents can be mainly classified into two i.e. (a) Commercial Documents and (b) Regulatory Documents
  3. 3. EXPORT DOCUMENTATION Export DocumentsCommercial Documents Regulatory Documents Principal Auxiliary
  4. 4. EXPORT DOCUMENTATIONOut of the 15 commercial documents, eight are principal andthe rest are auxiliary. The eight principal documents are 1. The Commercial Invoice, 2. Packing List 3. Bill of Lading/Air Waybill 4. Certificate of Inspection/Quality control 5. Certificate of origin 6. Bill of Exchange and 7. Shipment Advice 8. Insurance Certificate
  5. 5. EXPORT DOCUMENTATIONThe seven auxiliary documents are1. Proforma Invoice2. Intimation for inspection3. Shipping instructions4. Insurance Declaration5. Application for certificate of origin.6. Mates Receipt7. Letter to bank of collection/negotiation of documents
  6. 6. EXPORT DOCUMENTATIONRegulatory DocumentsThere are seven regulatory documents associated with thepre-shipment stage of the export transaction. They are:1. ARE Form ( for Central Excise)2. Shipping Bill/Bill of Export (for Customs)- For export of goods Ex. Bond- For export of duty free goods- For export of dutiable goods- For export of goods under claim of drawback- For export of goods under claim of DEPB
  7. 7. EXPORT DOCUMENTATION3. Port Trust Copy of Shipping Bill/ Export Application/Dock Challan - Port4. Vehicle ticket - Port5. Exchange Control Declaration/GR/PP forms - RBI6. Freight Payment Certificate - Steamer Agents7. Insurance Premium Payment Certificate - Insurance Co.
  8. 8. Commercial DocumentsD Functions Prepared byQuotation An offer to sell goods and should Exporter state clearly the price, details of quality, quantity, trade terms, delivery terms, and payment terms. An agreement between the buyerSales and the seller stipulating every Exporter
  9. 9. Commercial DocumentsDocument Functions Prepared byPro An invoice provided by a supplier prior to ExporterForma the shipment of merchandise, informing the buyer of the kinds and quantities ofInvoice goods to be sent, their value, and importation specifications (weight, size and similar characteristics). It is a formal demand note for payment ExporterCommerci issued by the exporter to the importer for goods sold under a sales contract. Ital Invoice should give details of the goods sold, payment terms and trade terms. It is also used for the customs clearance of goods and sometimes for foreign exchange purpose by the importer.
  10. 10. Commercial DocumentsDocument Functions Prepared byPacking A list with detailed packing ExporterList information of the goods shipped. A report issued by anInspection independent surveyor InspectionCertificate (inspection company) or the Company or Exporter exporter on the specifications of the shipment, including quality, quantity, and/or price, etc; required by certain buyer and countries.
  11. 11. Commercial DocumentsDocument Functions Prepared byInsurance An insurance policy is an insurance Insurer orPolicy/ document evidencing insurance has been taken out on the goods shipped, InsuranceCertificate and it gives full details of the insurance Agent or coverage. An insurance certificate certifies that the shipment has been Insurance insured under a given open policy and is Broker to cover loss of or damage to the cargo while in transit. A certificate to certify the products are AccreditedProduct conformed to a certain LaboratoriTesting international/national technical standard,Certificate such as product quality, safety and es specifications, etc.
  12. 12. Commercial DocumentsDocument Functions Prepared byHealth Document issued by the competent country Exporter /Certificate when agricultural or food products are being Inspection exported, to certify that they comply with the Authority relevant legislation in the exporters country and were in good condition at time of inspection, prior to shipment and fit for human consumption. Frequently an international requirement thatPhytosanit any consignment of plants or planting Exporter/ary materials importing into a country shall be AuthorityCertificate accompanied by a Phytosanitary Certificate issued by the exporting country stating that the consignment is found substantially free from diseases and pests and conforms with the current phytosanitary regulations of the importing country.
  13. 13. Commercial DocumentsDocument Functions Prepared byFumigation A pest control certificate issued to certify that Exporter orCertificate the concerned products have been Inspection undergone the quarantine and pre-shipment Company fumigation by the approved fumigation service providers. It is mainly required by the US, Canada, Australia, New Zealand and UKs customs on solid wood packing material. An international customs document used to Exporter/ATA obtain a duty-free temporary admission for AuthorityCarnet goods such as exhibits for international trade fairs, samples and professional equipment, into the countries that are signatories to the ATA Convention.
  14. 14. Commercial DocumentsDocument Functions Prepared byConsular A document required by some foreign ExporterInvoice countries, showing shipment information such as consignor, consignee, and value description, etc. Certified by a consular official of the importing country stationed in the foreign country, it is used by the countrys customs officials to verify the value, quantity and nature of the shipment.
  15. 15. Transport DocumentsDocument Functions Prepared byDock A receipt to confirm the receipt of ShippingReceipt cargo on quay/warehouse pending CompanyD/R or shipment. The dock receipt is used asMates documentation to prepare a bill ofReceipt lading. It has no legal role regarding processing financial settlement.Bill of An evidence of contract between theLading shipper of the goods and the carrier. Shipping The customer usually needs the Company(B/L) original as proof of ownership to take possession of the goods.
  16. 16. Transport DocumentsDocument Functions Prepared byAir A kind of waybill used for the carriage AirlineWaybill of goods by air. This serves as a receipt of goods for delivery and(AWB) states the condition of carriage but is not a title document or transferable/ negotiable instrument. A list providing information needed forPacking transportation purpose, such as details of ShipperList invoice, buyer, consignee, country of origin, vessel/flight date, port/airport of loading, port/airport of discharge, place of delivery, shipping marks / container number, weight / volume of merchandise and the fullest details of the goods, including packing information.
  17. 17. Financial DocumentsDocument Functions Prepared byDocument A bank instrument began (issuing or opening Issuing Bankary Credit bank), at the request of the buyer, upon an evidencing the banks undertaking to the application seller to pay a certain sum of money made by the provided that specific requirements set out in Importer the D/C are satisfied.Bill of An unconditional written order, in ExporterExchange which the importer addressed to and(B/E) or required by the exporter to pay onDraft demand or at a future date a certain amount of money to the order of a person or bearer.