How to make DA mode of payment safe
Thursday, October 27, 2016     Category : Export

 

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Compared to any other mode of payments in international trade, Documents against acceptance – DA terms of delivery – is  the riskiest mode.  However, some of the  buyers in international trade seeks least period of credit  with the supplier – say 30 days from the date of bill of lading etc., even though  transit period of goods is more 

How to make DA mode of payment safe copy than 45 days.  In such case,  the buyer pays invoice value of goods to the seller before  reaching goods to buyer’s place.  If  supplier enter in to a contract without knowing  credit worthiness of buyer,  collecting export proceeds under DA terms is quite risky job.    Or after shipping goods, if the supplier realized   that the buyer’s credit worthiness is not satisfactory,  it’s hard job  for an exporter to collect his invoice value of his goods shipped.

How can supplier collect invoice value of goods shipped in such situation.

As you are aware, once after shipping goods, you need to release original bill of lading from carrier  and required to be sent  to your overseas buyer without which  the buyer can not take delivery of goods.   Shipper also can arrange Seaway bill procedures or OBL surrender procedures.   So in the example above,   if the supplier does not release Bill of lading from the carrier, the cargo at destination port can not be taken delivery by buyer.   If the credit period is 30 days from the date of bill of lading and  the transit time of cargo is 60 days from date of shipment,  supplier can hold bill of lading till he receives his amount of proceeds.  Either shipper can release Bill of Lading from carrier and hold the same with him till  overseas buyer pays or he  can delay  to release bill of lading from carrier.  However, some of the carriers impose penal charges on late release of bill of lading.

If OBL not released or OBL not surrendered by shipper at load port, the buyer can not release goods  at port of destination.

 

 

 

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Comments

 
HITESH KHANNA Says :
Thursday, June 04, 2015
IF THE SHIPPER FROM OVERSEAS SHIPPED GOODS ON DA TERMS OF 45 DAYS IN BANK AND WAS ASLO ACCEPTED BY BANK,WHAT CAN HAPPEN IF GOODS GET RELEASED BEFORE 45 DAYS AND THE BUYER DOESN'T PAY AFTER THAT.IS THERE ANY RESPONSIBILITY OF BANK IN THIS SITUATION.
Munish Taneja Says :
Thursday, June 16, 2016
You should take ECGC Policy to cover your risk against DA Payment terms.
 

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