Handicrafts are one of the strong export goods in Vietnam, however, not all production establishments or commercial enterprises know clearly about this handicraft export procedure. Handicraft goods such as ceramics, lacquer, rattan, wooden handicrafts are very popular in the European and American markets, but when importing these goods to foreign countries, exporters and importers need to Understand some of the procedures as follows:
Procedures for exporting handicrafts:
Step 1: The shipper clearly states the characteristics of the goods (how much weight, what material is made of) to the shipping unit. Especially if it is a wooden product or made of natural wood, there must be a certificate of wood origin and an invoice for purchasing raw materials from the supplier, to prove that the origin is not precious wood, prohibited wood or illegally harvested wood. illegal mining.
Step 2: The shipper provides a complete list of goods to be sent (what goods, how many pieces/piece, what is the value of each item) for the shipping unit to carry out customs procedures through export customs and declare it on the electronic customs system correctly.
Step 3: The shipper needs to provide certificates of craft villages to prove the origin of raw materials of the products produced from production facilities (usually in traditional craft villages of Vietnam) for the carrier. carry out procedures for issuance of certificates of origin (C/O). Certificate of C/O also allows consignees in foreign countries to have preferential import tax and be certified products made in Vietnam (Read more about Certificate of Origin)
Step 4: Depending on the nature of the goods, the international shipping unit will ask the sender to provide additional relevant documents to be able to: do plant quarantine for wooden handicrafts, make a certificate fumigation for fragile goods (ceramics) packed in sealed wooden crates or spars, as a certificate of food safety for food products…
Step 5: In addition, the sender or exporter needs to be a legal entity or an enterprise to name the exporter on the customs declaration. In case if the sender is an individual or individual business household, or is a commercial enterprise, whose name is not on the declaration, the international carrier can carry out the entrustment export procedures for the sender.
Note : For fragile or damaged handicrafts such as ceramics or lacquer paintings, oil paints, the carrier will ask the sender to pack and pack carefully to ensure international shipping. at sea to avoid risks. Sea shipping units will also often provide warehousing services such as sealing wooden crates, dunnage for these items.
Step 6: The exporter or representative shipping unit will send the original set of documents including: Commercial Invoice, Packing List, Certificate of Fumigation, Quarantine (if applicable). yes ), Bill of lading (Bill of lading) full original through international express delivery to the recipient so that the importer can get the documents to do import procedures at the port of destination.

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