IMPORT

Carrying out all Tasks related to Import of Goods from the Authorized Countries

Calculation of Cost of Goods for Importing

Why is it important to predict the cost of goods?

  1. Exchange fluctuations and floating are considered significant for the importer.
  2. Competition in the price of foreign goods is very important with the price of similar domestic products.
  3. Competitiveness of the purchased price is of high importance in comparison with other foreign sources and the price for similar foreign goods in the country.
  4. It is essential for the importer to predict the parameters and effective costs on prime cost.

Parameters that affect the cost of goods

  1. EXW- Purchase Price of goods (at the seller’s place).
  2. Freight Charges to the port of the Country of Origin if FOB shipping cost is included and if FAS equivalent shipping is not included.
  3. Shipping Price from the Port of Origin to the Port of Destination CFR-Cost & Freight.
  4. The cost of International & Domestic  Insurance –CIF+CIP
  5. Customs Duties, Commercial Profits, Duties, Customs Fees (using Tariff Table).
  6. Bank Charges including cancellation of Letter of Credit & its renewal.
  7. Permit & Order  Registration Fee
  8. Possible Costs of Bank facilities
  9. Expected Profit according to Investment period & Import risk.
  10. Other Costs

OUR IMPORT

NoCountryProducts
1

Taiwan

STAINLESS STEEL COIL

2

China

ASEPTIC LIQUID PACKING BOARD

CABINET HANDLE

STAINLESS STEEL SINK

PISTON-DRIVING WHEEL-RING-GEAR PIN-WHEEL GEAR- SHELL-DRIVING AXLE

STEEL PIPES


3

The Netherland

PAINTBALL SKIRMISH

4

UAE


PADDLEWHEEL AERATOR

Calculation of clearance costs



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