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C&F Agent and Their Role in Export Shipment

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Who is a C&F agent?

C&F agents (“Clearing and forwarding agent“) are one of the essential parties of export-import transaction process. In export shipment, their main jobs are to manage document assessments and approval for export/import from customs.

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Export Marketing Formula to Find Markets & Buyers

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Understanding Export Marketing

As an exporter, you would want to sell your products to a buyer of a different country . (Assuming) Somehow, you have not been able to do so. For, either you did not attempt any export marketing or you do not know how to run an effective export marketing campaign.

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Payment Methods in Export

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In international trade, Payment method is the way that a buyer chooses to pay the seller for goods or services. There are actually a number of option to choose from which a buyer and a seller mutually agreed upon. These options also offer various payment risk concerns to both buyer and seller. Since one is less secure than other and vice versa.  For the exporters, to succeed in today’s

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Export Terms and Definitions

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To do the export business, we should at first know all types of definitions and concepts that are directly and indirectly related with exporting. Several concepts are stated below:

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Advance Trade vat (ATV)

When advances have been taken during the import of goods, then it is called the Advanced Trade VAT. It is usually

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Letter of Credit amendment: What’s this about?

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So this is about amending the letter of credit or LC which exporters receive from applicants (buyers). Now what it is to be amended in LC, there must be something. As it is about, LC consists of fields describing the conditions what exporters must meet to claim proceed (money) from bank. And if an exporter does meet all the conditions mentioned in LC, the LC issuing bank must pay the LC amount following

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Export Documentation

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Understanding Export Documentation

Export documentation is a key part of export trade as certain documents acts as the proof of the ownership of the goods and other sale conditions. Most importantly, when the goods fly or sails cross border, these documents are the instruments to carry out the process in both exporting customs and importing customs. Generally, there are two kind of documentation in export business. Export sales documents and export shipment documents. Former describes who is buyer -who is seller and other conditions of sales negotiated and signed by both buyer and seller. The latter one is required to clear both exporting custom and importing custom.

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