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    Shipping to Nigeria | How to Ship to Nigeria | Shipping Guidelines
    Updated On: 02 Mar 2023 | 1,955 Views

    Shipping to Nigeria | How to Ship to Nigeria | Shipping Guidelines

    Do you want to ship any commodities from international manufacturers or suppliers to Nigeria? Follow this professionally designed procedures by Valuehandlers, your freight shipping partner;

    • Importer of commodity into Nigeria and exporter overseas sign sale agreement.

    • Importer completes the e- Form M online (www.trade.gov.ng) and upload relevant documents and submit it. • Upon submission of eform m, the documents are transmitted to the selected or authorized dealer Bank for review and endorsement

    • Exporter of commodity in supply country sends Proforma Invoice (PFI) and Product Certificate- PC (if regulated by Standard Organization of Nigeria- SON) to buyer in Nigeria.

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    Importer of goods in Nigeria collates Pre-Import Documentation (e- Form M, PFI, Insurance,and relevant permit).

    • The Importer’s dealer Bank reviews the documents and does “Know Your Customer” (KYC) exercise before transmitting the documents to the Nigeria Customs Service (NCS). Need to Ship to Nigeria, get shipping quote here.

    • Nigerian Custom Service (NCS) approves and registers e-Form M • The Bank Establishes LC (if applicable) • Importer of consignment instructs the seller to ship the goods to Nigeria.

    • Nigeria Customs Service (NCS) issues the Pre- Arrival Assessment Report (PAAR).

    • Importer delivers shipping documents and PAAR to his customs clearing agent

    • Customs Clearing agent obtains assessment notice from Customs to pay Duty

    • Clearing agent pays duty, clears the goods, and delivers to the Importer in Nigeria.

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