Procedures to export Oil Seeds and Oleaginous Fruits, Industrial or Medicinal Plants, Straw and Fodder

 

 


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How to export Oil Seeds and Oleaginous Fruits, Industrial or Medicinal Plants, Straw and Fodder?

 

This post explains export process of Oil Seeds and Oleaginous Fruits, Industrial or Medicinal Plants, Straw and Fodder, government rules to export Oil Seeds and Oleaginous Fruits, Industrial or Medicinal Plants, Straw and Fodder, different precautions to be taken care to export Oil Seeds and Oleaginous Fruits, Industrial or Medicinal Plants, Straw and Fodder, export documentation to export Oil Seeds and Oleaginous Fruits, Industrial or Medicinal Plants, Straw and Fodder.

 

If you would like to export Oil Seeds and Oleaginous Fruits, Industrial or Medicinal Plants, Straw and Fodder, detailed general information on how to export has been mentioned in separate article. Learning export process for Oil Seeds and Oleaginous Fruits, Industrial or Medicinal Plants, Straw and Fodder makes easier to you if you can go through the said post.

 

Medicinal PlantsAfter choosing your export product as Oil Seeds and Oleaginous Fruits, Industrial or Medicinal Plants, Straw and Fodder and export samples are sent, terms of payment and terms of delivery are agreed with your overseas buyer along with other terms and conditions and issue proforma invoice, in turn you receive export order for Oil Seeds and Oleaginous Fruits, Industrial or Medicinal Plants, Straw and Fodder followed by purchase order from your overseas buyer. The terms of payment for your export contract could be advance payment, Documents against Acceptance DA, Documents against Payments DAP, or under Letter of Credit LC, and the terms of delivery for your export of Oil Seeds and Oleaginous Fruits, Industrial or Medicinal Plants, Straw and Fodder might be EX-Works, FOB, CFR, CIF, DAP, DDP or any other Inco terms. The finance against export can be arranged from your bank for preshipment packing creditor post shipment finance against export orders for Oil Seeds and Oleaginous Fruits, Industrial or Medicinal Plants, Straw and Fodder. Insurance can be arranged against credit risk and about other risks involved in export of Oil Seeds and Oleaginous Fruits, Industrial or Medicinal Plants, Straw and Fodder. After quality check (QC), proper packing is arranged with Palletization or Crating if required. Type of container is decided if export shipment of Oil Seeds and Oleaginous Fruits, Industrial or Medicinal Plants, Straw and Fodder is on FCL basis otherwise LCL if mode of shipment of Oil Seeds and Oleaginous Fruits, Industrial or Medicinal Plants, Straw and Fodder is by sea. Export invoice, export packing list ,certificate of origin (GSP – Generalized System of Preference) and other documents are prepared based on the purchased order or LC to export Oil Seeds and Oleaginous Fruits, Industrial or Medicinal Plants, Straw and Fodder. After completion of export customs clearance either by exporter or his Customs broker, Bill of Lading or AWB is issued by carrier, if consolidator involved, HAWB or HBL is issued. The documents for export of Oil Seeds and Oleaginous Fruits, Industrial or Medicinal Plants, Straw and Fodder is discounted, arrange for collection or negotiated if export of Oil Seeds and Oleaginous Fruits, Industrial or Medicinal Plants, Straw and Fodder is on Letter of Credit basis.

 

Any importer or exporter of Oil Seeds and Oleaginous Fruits, Industrial or Medicinal Plants, Straw and Fodder should know HTS code (HS code) of their export product. Oil Seeds and Oleaginous Fruits, Industrial or Medicinal Plants, Straw and Fodder falls under HS code (HTS code) chapter 12. Click here to know 6 digit HS code of your export product. In India, Oil Seeds and Oleaginous Fruits, Industrial or Medicinal Plants, Straw and Fodder classified under ITC code (Indian Tariff Code) chapter 12. Click here to know 8 digit ITS code, if you export or import from (to) India.

 

As per requirement of buyer to import Oil Seeds and Oleaginous Fruits, Industrial or Medicinal Plants, Straw and Fodder under HS code (HTS code) chapter 12, exporter may be asked to obtain Food safety certificate to export food products. So, necessary certification from food safety authority of government agency needs to be obtained to export Oil Seeds and Oleaginous Fruits, Industrial or Medicinal Plants, Straw and Fodder.

 

Another special requirement to export some of the items under Malt, Starches, Inulin, and Wheat Gluten category is that, the shelf life period of export has to be mentioned clearly on each package of such food products. Under most of the categories, such shelf life period should not be less than 60% of total shelf period of export food product.

 

Fumigation and Phyto sanitation also may be required if applicable to export Oil Seeds and Oleaginous Fruits, Industrial or Medicinal Plants, Straw and Fodder as per chapter 12 of HS code.

 

 


The above information is a part of Import Export Training course online


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NISHOK : I presently doing stone crusher spares trading business my firm : nishok alloys - karur .I like export sunflower seed and peanut etc. could'nt fluent English talk. but understand writings. may I do export and how can achieve ?

Amit Das : I amit writing from west Bengal to learn something in which I got stuck with the question asked by the buyer from Singapore. There is a buyer I have who would like to buy mangoes from me and therefore he would like to see the product first. While discussing the related context with him he wanted to know the price of my mangoes. Following the conversation he asked something about "c&f Singapore". At here I got stagnated. I would like to know what cost and freight is and how it functions in exporting goods to foreign land.

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