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Shipper’s Letter of Instruction – A Complete Guide For Beginner

In the haste to ship the product at its earliest, exporters often, neglect to convey particular instructions to their respective forwarders. This resulting into a disaster/ mess. In order to avoid the error, it is very much important to adopt Shipper’s Letter of Instruction (SLI) norms. Shipper’s Letter of Instruction is an optional document that… Read More »

Everything about High Sea Sales

High Sea sales (HSS) is a sale carried out by the actual consignee (ie, the consignee shown in the Bill of Lading) to another buyer while the goods are yet on high seas or after their dispatch from the port of loading (POL) and before their arrival at the port of discharge (POD). You can learn about all export-import documentation and procedure from a well-known… Read More »

Tips for sending samples to foreign buyers

  When an exporter deals with the foreign buyers, he should always be prepared in order to provide samples of his products. Promotional measures are always beneficial for a healthy start. It thus depends on him in order to provide his products samples whether they are free of cost or on a minimum charge. A new… Read More »

For an Importer how safe is Letter of Credit (LOC)

Letter of credit is a safe mode of payment commonly for any business especially in international business also. Letter of credit is been known to be one of the safest payment options for importers in international trade transactions. The reasons why L/C is a very important tool for export-import transactions is primarily due to the… Read More »