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We would require more information as there are two options available to choose from:
Our standard fee structure would be forwarded to you for the specific requirement, or you could take the opportunity to explore a more comprehensive estimate with all regulations and requirements.
We have two service offerings to all customers, the basic information for free and a detailed report through tariff clarification to assist our customers in making informed decisions.
You need this license for import or export. You may apply for both import and export simultaniously. Registrations completed through the origin authorities for customs and excise clients.
The type of license you apply for would indicate where it is applicable and may be used.
An import or export license or perhaps both versus a company registration number is that the the customs code indicates for which transaction license your company is registered to do business. Therefore for imports or export or both, perhaps even for some of the trade incentives. A company registration confirms that you have registered for a company doing specific business in the origin country with all the relevant government requirements.
When importing goods into South Africa one of the many costs associated with the import is something called Customs VAT which is usually paid to the clearing agent with all the other expenses and import charges.
A quotation is a fixed price offer that can't be changed once accepted by the customer. This holds true even if you have to carry out much more work than you expected. If you think this is likely to happen, it makes more sense to give an estimate. You can also specify in the quotation precisely what it covers, and that variations outside of this will be subject to additional charges.
An estimate is an educated guess at what a job may cost - but it isn't binding. To take account of possible unforeseen developments, you should provide several estimates based on various circumstances, including the worst-case scenario. This will prevent your customer from being surprised by the costs.
Incoterms are a set of rules which define the responsibilities of sellers and buyers for the delivery of goods under sales contracts. They are published by the International Chamber of Commerce (ICC) and are widely used in commercial transactions.
First confirm if the negotiations will be done with INCO Terms 2000 or 2010, then decide on how to move forward.
Brief overview is that an INCO Term determine the risk and cost during the physical movement of the goods, not the transfer of ownership or title.
INCO Term Pitfalls to avoid:
Importing and exporting can be very confusing, especially if you are doing it for the first time. Perhaps you have some questions that you need assistance with?
On this page you will find some of the most frequently asked questions, and our model answers to them.
If you have a question that is not listed here, please use the form below to submit it to us. We will do our best to supply you with an answer as soon as possible.
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