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    Needed Document When Shipping or importing to Nigeria
    Updated On: 19 Oct 2020 | 1,794 Views

    Needed Document When Shipping or importing to Nigeria

    IMPORTANT NOTE: All imports into the Nigeria shall be accompanied by the following documents: 

    a. Certificate of Origin (CoO), where applicable containing the following information-

    1.  e-Form ‘M’ No, 

    2. Adequate description of goods, 

    3. Port of destination (The actual port shall be specified e.g. Tin-Can), 

    4. Shipment identification, 

    5. Date of shipment, 

    6. Country of Origin, 

    7. Country of Supply. 

    b. Final/Commercial Invoice.

    c. Packing List. 

    d. Shipped/Clean on Board Bill of Lading/Airway Bill/Railway Bill/Road, Waybill. 

    e. Product Certificate, Phytosanitary Certificate or Chemical Analysis Report, which shall state standards, where applicable. 

    f. Laboratory test certificates for chemicals, foods, beverages, pharmaceuticals, electrical appliances and other regulated products, where applicable.


    Importing to Nigeria starts with Form M openning- Check 5 Simple Simplest Way to Open Form M when shipping to Nigeria. 


    Compiled by: Adetayo George-Adewoye, a Supply Chain mgt Consultant, Certified Professional Enterprise Manager and Digital Marketing Coach.


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