If you are interested in Exportation Business In Nigeria, possessing the necessary documents for Nigeria exporters will help you minimize your export risks, ensure that exported goods conform to importing country specifications, assist you in qualifying for export incentives and also ensure you meet buyers requirements by providing evidence of origin and delivery.
As stated in our post: How To Register As An Exporter In Nigeria, it is necessary that you first register with the Nigerian Export Promotion Council (NEPC). After this registration, you will be issued an exporter’s certificate which will licenses you as a certified Nigerian exporter and also enable you to enjoy some of the benefits made available by NEPC.
This is an agreement document between buyers and sellers, which spells out the specific obligations between both parties on the terms of the export business
This a very critical part of the exportation procedure because it ensures that the goods to be exported meet up with international safety measures and it is always advisable to use internationally recognized bodies while processing these documents. See below.
Commercial documents are both prepared and issued by the exporter and they display the values and quantities of the products to be exported.
Financial Documents are prepared to shows evidence of all financial transactions between both the buyer and seller. It also shows conformance with the financial regulation for exports while the Good Movement Documents will cover all aspects of the delivery of goods to the buyer in the medium specified in the export contract.
The full list of both financial documents and good movement documents can be found here on the NEPC Website