LOVELY INSTITUTE OF MANAGEMENTDEPARTMENT OF MANAGEMENTASSIGNMENTTOPIC: Leather GoodsSubmitted to Regards,Mr.Hitesh Jhanji Rohan KumarSinha(RT1902 B48)Reg No – 10904030Subject Name- International trade procedure& documentationProgramme code- M.B.A (194)Section- 1902 (B)Block Name- LIM 1. Certificate of originA Certificate of Origin is a document used in international trade. It traditionally statesfrom what country the shipped goods originate, but "originate" in a CO does not meanthe country the goods are shipped from, but the country where their goods are actuallymade. This raises a definition problem in cases where less than 100% of the raw
materials and processes and added value are not all from one country. An often usedpractice is that if more than 50% of the sales price of the goods originates from onecountry, which country is acceptable as the country of origin (then the “national content”is more than 50%). In various international agreements, other percentages of nationalcontent are acceptable.When countries unite in trading agreements, they may allow Certificate of Origin to statethe trading bloc as origin, rather than the specific country.The document may be issued by the exporter or be confirmed by another party in theexporting country, such as a notary, a chamber of commerce, or a local consulate of thedestination country.The CO is primarily important for classifying the goods in the customs regulations of theimporting country, thus defining how much duty shall be paid. But it may also beimportant for import quota purposes and for statistical purposes, and especially for foodshipments, it may also be important for health regulations.Before concluding a transaction, the exporter and importer should always clarify whethera CO is required, and if so, agree on exactly the form and content of the company.APPLICATION FOR CERTIFICATE OF ORIGINFORM IExporter: VYAAPAAR INTERNATIONAL,78, NORTH MAIN ROAD, KOREGAON PARK, GANDHINAGAR, GUJARAT 827004. Ref.No. DatedToThe Director General,Gujarat Chamber of Commerce & IndustryGCCI Building, P O Box 59GANDHINAGAR GUJARATDear Sir,This is to request the favour of your issuing us Certificate of Origin (in ) in respect of theconsignment particulars of which are given herewith.
Yours sincerely,Signature of Exporter(with Office Seal)Consignee: THE LACOSTE’, 3-03 SAINT STEPHEN’S AVENUE, CHICAGO, IL INCS03.Pre-Carriage by: AMARDEEP TRANSPORT Place of Receipt by Pre-Carriage: VYAAPAARINTERNATIONAL,78, NORTH MAIN ROAD, KOREGAON PARK, GANDHINAGAR, GUJARAT 827004.Vessel/Flight No. 7-0082 Port of Loading: KANDLA PORTPort of Discharge: CHICAGO PORT Final Destination: THE LACOSTE’, 3-03 SAINTSTEPHEN’S AVENUE, CHICAGO, IL INCS03.QuantityRemarksDeclaration by ExporterWe hereby declare that to the best of our knowledge and belief the above mentionedgoods were produced/ manufactured in India.2. COMMERCIAL INVOICE/PACKING LIST
3. MINISTRY OF AGRICULTURE AND RURAL DEVELOPMENTGANDHINAGAR FUMIGATION COMPANYAFASID: 0000 Certificate Number: 798-76587FUMIGATION CERTIFICATEThis is to certify that the following regulated article has been fumigated according to the appropriateprocedures to conform to the current phytosanitary requirements of the importing country:ARTICLE DETAILSDescription of Goods: Leather Goods & Accessories.Quantity declared: ....200 NOS............Distinguishing marks: ..LOGO OF SHREE-LEATHERS....Countryof origin: INDIA...Port of loading: KANDLA…….Country of destination: USA. Declared point of entry: CHICAGO PORTName and address of consignor/exporter/shipper:VYAAPAAR INTERNATIONAL,78, NORTH MAIN ROAD, KOREGAON PARK, GANDHINAGAR, GUJARAT 827004.Declared name and address of consignee/buyer/notified party:THE LACOSTE’, 3-03 SAINT STEPHEN’S AVENUE, CHICAGO, IL INCS03.TREATMENT DETAILSName of fumigant: METHYL BROMIDE. Date of fumigation: .1ST SEPT. 2010Place of fumigation: Gandhinagar
Dosage rate: 50 gr/M3. Duration of fumigation: 24 hrs at 30 degree celsius.I declare that these details are true and correct and the fumigation has been carried out in accordance withthe Indian Methyl Bromide Standard.Place and Date: Gandhinagar, 1st September 2010Company stamp Signature and Name ofAccredited FumigatorGAURAV SHARMACHIEF OFFICER- FUMIGATIONS. 4. Expor t Invoice1. USA Post to complete.Name of Addressee: RON BARRYMORE 3.USA apparel industry Total Weight:50kgCompany: THE LACOSTE 4.Address: Customs Client Code:City: CHICAGO State: ILLINIOSCountry: USA Postal Code/Zip:261305Phone:107888291 Fax:3271-12622.USA Post Consignment Note Number G J 4 5 7 3 2 6 6 9 0 I 0Airway Bill Number:………….………………………………………………...
5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10.Full Description of Goods Harmonis Country of # of Unit Total ed Manufactu item Value Value Customs re s Tariff (if known) INDIA 1 50 3960.05 1 75 LEATHER GOODS AND ACCESSORIES. Total Number of Items: 2 Total Invoice 20000 Value:$11.Name: Signature:Position:MD Company:12.Name and Address of Sender: Rohan KumarJalandhar punjab Phone No:9501476831
Fax No:9234567211113.Reason for Export: product sample14.I certify that the above information is correct and that in so far as any part of this consignmentcontains dangerous goods, such part is properly described by name and is in proper condition forcarriage by air according to the IATA Dangerous Goods Regulations.Name (Print): Signature of …………………………….. SenderDate: 28-07-2010 ___|___|___ 5. Bill of ladingA bill of lading (sometimes referred to as a BOL ,or B/L) is a document issued by a carrier to atextile, acknowledging that specified goods have been received on board as cargofor conveyance to a named place for delivery to the consignee who is usually identified.A thorough bill of lading involves the use of at least two different modes of transport from road,rail, air, and sea. The term derives from the verb "to lade" which means to load a cargo onto a teaor other form of transportation.A bill of lading can be used as a traded object. The standard short form bill of lading is evidenceof the contract of carriage of goods and it serves a number of purposes: It is evidence that a valid contract of carriage, or a chartering contract, exists, and it may incorporate the full terms of the contract between the consignor and the carrier by reference (i.e. the short form simply refers to the main contract as an existing document, whereas the long form of a bill of lading (connaissement integral) issued by the carrier sets out all the terms of the contract of carriage);
It is a receipt signed by the carrier confirming whether goods matching the contract description have been received in good condition (a bill will be described as clean if the goods have been received on board in apparent good condition and stowed ready for transport); and It is also a document of transfer, being freely transferable but not a negotiable instrument in the legal sense, i.e. it governs all the legal aspects of physical carriage, and, like a cheque or other negotiable instrument, it may be endorsed affecting ownership of the goods actually being carried. This matches everyday experience in that the contract a person might make with a commercial carrier like FedEx for mostly airway parcels, is separate from any contract for the sale of the goods to be carried; however, it binds the carrier to its terms, irrespectively of who the actual holder of the B/L, and owner of the goods, may be at a specific moment.