The general quotation method used is FOB quotation. The main contents of the quotation include: the quality grade of the product, the specification model of the product, whether the product has special packaging requirements, the quantity of the purchased product, the delivery time requirement, the transportation mode of the product, and the material of the product.
The customer provides the design draft and the factory produces the sample according to the design draft. After the customer confirms that the sample is correct, both parties sign the contract.
We mainly accept T/T payments, supplemented by L/C.
About T/T：30% deposit,70% balance against copy of BL by sea. 30% deposit,70% balance before shipment by air or express.
About L/C：The buyer first deposits the payment to the bank, and the bank opens a letter of credit to notify the seller of the foreign bank to transfer the bank to the seller. The seller delivers the goods according to the terms stipulated in the contract and the letter of credit, and the bank pays on behalf of the buyer.
The factory performs mass production based on samples confirmed by the customer. The daily production capacity of a general factory is between 3,000 and 5,000. The specific production depends on the machine arrangement of the factory.
The basic link of customs clearance: Declaration -Inspection – Taxation -Release.
The customs clearance operation is the entity of customs clearance management, which is carried out at the two levels of customs clearance and direct customs inspection center, including logistics monitoring, electronic data declaration of customs declaration form, centralized examination order, order review/tax collection, inspection, Release and other operations.
Usually submitted to the freight forwarding for booking.
Large orders are shipped by sea.
Smaller orders use express delivery ( DHL, FedEx, EMS, etc.).
Marine transportation insurance is generally divided into basic insurance (F.P.A, W.P.A, all risks) and additional insurance. Generally, all insurance is mainly insured. The specific insurance type is determined by the importer.
The bill of lading is the document used by the exporter to check out the export customs clearance procedures and the customs clearance.
The bill of lading signed is issued in accordance with the number of copies required by the letter of credit, usually three. The exporter will leave two copies, handle the tax refund and other services, and send one copy to the importer for handling the goods.
When carrying out seaborne cargo, the importer must take the original bill of lading, bill of lading, and invoice to pick up the goods. (The original bill of lading, bill of lading, and invoice must be sent to the importer by the exporter.)
If it is air cargo, you can use the bill of lading, the bill of lading, and the fax of the invoice to pick up the goods.
Settlement of exchange
After the export goods are loaded, the import and export company shall correctly control the documents such as the bill of lading, invoice, bill of lading, export certificate of origin, and export settlement. Submit the bank to negotiate the settlement of foreign exchange within the validity period of the letter of credit.