Shipping

What is (Certificate of inspection)

What is (Certificate of inspection)

A document which proves the good condition of the product just until its shipping. Read More

What is (Import License)

to import products in any country, there will be a need for some documents which are issued and approved by… Read More

What is (Export)

sending or shipping any type of products and stuff to abroad and overseas countries. Read More

What is (Export Broker)

A person or a company which brings both the exporter and importer together for a price, and then draws back… Read More

What is (Handling Charges)

a fee added on top of the product price, taxes, and shipping costs at checkout. Read More

What is (Certificate of Manufacture)

A statement with a manufacturer, occasionally notarized, which simplifies that production was completed and the products are at the disposal… Read More

What is CPT (Carriage Paid To)

Similar to the seller's responsibilities in CIF plus that the shipper has to pay for the freight insurance and appointing… Read More

What is (Booking)

A"booking" is a won, signed, or dedicated sale. It is important to be aware that a booking isn't necessarily invoiceable… Read More

What is (Certificate of origin)

Some countries ask for a certain document of product for tariff purposes, the document verifies the original country of the… Read More

What is (Customs)

The officials that are responsible to collect duties imposed by a government of a country on imports and exports. Read More

What is (Freight Forwarder)

An independent business that handles export shipments to recompense. (A freight forwarder is one of the top sources of advice… Read More

What is GW (Gross Weight)

The full weight of a freight, including the product and packaging. Read More

What is TW (Tare Weight)

The weight of packaging materials and containers excluding the weight of the product itself. Read More

What is (Marks)

letters, numbers and/or geometric symbols which are usually followed by the title of the destination's port. for identification purposes marks… Read More

What is EXW (Ex Works)

Describes a circumstance where the seller is responsible for getting the goods prepared at their place of business. On the… Read More

What is (Bill of Lading)

A document that sets the terms of a contract between a shipper and a transportation company under which the cargo… Read More