INVOICE AND PACKING LIST -- To be prepared by the Exporter Invoice means the rate by which the seller agreed to sell his goods to the buyer. The terms and conditions necessarily contain Price (Sea or Air Port) of the invoice along with Date of Shipment and Mode of payment. Further, invoice rate should necessarily contain the following terms
F.O.B.- Free on Board (Includes rate of the material,insurance and other charges connected in the process).
C & F - Cost and Freight (includes cost of the material and freight charges).
C.I.F.- Cost, Insurance and Freight (includes cost, insurance and freight charges).
Invoice And Packing List proformae are furnished herewith "
Sign & Stamp
PRICES TO BE QUOTED IN US DOLLAR / POUND STERLING / EURO / JAPAN YEN
Specimen of Introduction Letter to Importers Abroad
Ref: RTLX/India/2011. Dated:
The Manager (Purchases),
We are exporters of a wide variety of items including ........ for the last five years.
our major buyers are ........ in United States. We are one of the registered Export Houses in our Country.
we represent....... the leading manufacturers of these items in India.
These items are produced in collaboration with ....... the world famous campany and have an understanding
with them to use this technology for export productiion. we follow the BIS Specifictions.
we undersand that your company imports the items we export. we are interested in expanding our trade with
we are enclosing herewith a copy of our brochure and price list for your kind perusal. we shall be glad to
send detailed literature/samples of items that may be of interests to you. On hearing from you,
thanking you in anticipation,
for RTLX Exports,
encls; as above.
Mode of payment with the Importer should cover the following:
Letter of Credit (L/C).
Documents against Payment (D/P).
Documents against Acceptance (D/A).
Shipper's bill - Document prepared by Customs
Bill of Loading - A Document received from the Ship's captain A document issued by a carrier to a shipper, acknowledging that specified goods have been received on board as cargo for delivery to the consignee. A thorough bill of lading involves the use of at least two different modes of transport from road, rail, air, and sea.