Issuing Certificates of Origin

Certificate of Origin

This is a non-preferential document that proves the origin of the stock. The document is required for import in certain countries: Australia, Albania, Argentina, Belarus, Brazil, Venezuela, Vietnam, Georgia, Egypt, India, Iraq, Iran, Jordan, Kazakhstan, Canada, Kuwait, North Korea, Laos, Libya, Lebanon, Morocco, Mexico, Moldova, New Zealand, U.A.E., Pakistan, Peru, Russia, Saudi Arabia, USA, Taiwan, Tunisia, Uzbekistan, Ukraine, Philippines, Chili, Japan, etc.

Certificate of Origin is filled out in English, French, German or Russian according to the requirements of the client. The Certificate is in four copies – one original, two copies of the original and a declaration by the exporter.

Names and descriptions of the boxes in the Certificate are as follows:
1. Consignor: the name and the full address of the consignor;
2. Consignee: the name and the full address of the consignee;
3. Country of Origin: the country in which the stock has been produced;
4. Transport details: the way the stock is transported (by ship, by truck, by air, etc.), the name and the number of the vehicle, truck;
5. Remarks: Invoice number and/or contract number;
6. Marks, number and kind of packages; Description of Goods: marks that are on the packages of the stock, the quantity and the type of the stock as well as the full name of the stock or their customs code;
7. Quantity: the quantity of the stock with the 3-letter code of the certain mean of measure;
8. In the bottom of the page there is a text in four languages with which are certifies that the abovementioned stock are from the country of origin displayed in cell 3. On the back of the fourth copy there is a Declaration which is signed by the CEO of the firm or another authorized person.

The original /the first page the Certificate of Origin is marked with stamps. The amount of the stamps is determined by the amount of the contract for which the Certificate is being issued.