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PROCEDURES EXPORT FOR FRESH SUGER CANNES TO KOREA

 

The One Logistics would like to introduce to your business, readers the procedures for exporting fresh cane, purple vacuum sugar to Korea and other fastidious markets.


Currently, due to the trend of globalized trade, Vietnam's exports are growing, especially agricultural products are being developed by the state and businesses to meet export requirements. potential markets, bringing high revenue to farmers. Typically, purple sugarcane and lychee were first exported to Japan in 2019 or mangoes, rambutan and dragon fruits were exported to the US. The Vietnamese State strongly encourages and focuses on developing agriculture, developing planting areas, encouraging farms to register to meet VietGAP and GlobalGAP standards.

 

So, what is the procedure for exporting fresh sugar cane to Korea?

Normally, it is easier to export than importing, so you should ask importers what they need to import smoothly. According to our many years of experience as an exporter, the records of exporting fresh sugarcane to importers who have advantages in receiving goods include: Contract, invoice, packing list, bill, phytosanitary quarantine, C / O certificate of origin. The importer will use the contract, invoice, packing list for customs clearance, phytosanitary for import quarantine and prove that the imported goods are safe, can be imported, and use C / O to enjoy the advantages. tax treatment. Particularly for Vietnam - Korea, the CO system is using electronic so when you receive the paper C / O, you only need to scan for the importer, not necessarily send the original to Korea.

 

Fresh sugarcane exported to Korea

 

Export of purple sugarcane to Korea

 

Important note when preparing goods exported to Korea:

When preparing the goods, it is necessary to make a Korean-language label according to Korean food safety law No. 1399 affixed to each unit (bottles, boxes, bags ...). If you do not know or do not affix stamps in Vietnam, it will take time for you to go to Korea for testing to get information about labeling and hire people to enter customs isolation areas to affix labels on goods. same cost.

 

To export sugarcane to Korea, the following documents are required:

- Customs clearance form
- Commercial invoice (Invoice)
- Korean stamp according to Korean food safety law No. 1399
- Purchase list or purchase invoice
- Certificate of origin C / O
- Phytosanitary (phytosanitary)
- Air waybill or sea waybill (airway bill / seaway bill)

 

Korean stamp of food safety law number 1399

 

Process of exporting fresh sugar cane to Korea:

- First, in all import-export transactions, it is necessary to agree to enter into a commercial contract:

In particular, specify the information of buyer, seller, goods name, quantity, quality, type, packaging, storage of goods, unit price of goods, mode of transport, payment method, time of delivery ... To protect the interests of the seller we encourage exporters to require buyers to pay in advance or make LC bank guarantee. That will help minimize risks for sellers in international trade.

- Prepare export goods:

The seller needs to prepare the correct quantity, quality and packing specifications. The most important thing for agricultural products in general and fresh sugarcane in particular is to deliver them on time and store them at the right temperature, avoiding mold and condensation at the two ends of the cane. In addition, it is necessary to remember and paste the contents of the Korean labeling according to national food safety law No. 1399

- Prepare export documents to Korea:

The basic export documents include: Contract, invoice, packing list, purchasing list or purchase invoice. Although at present, customs procedures do not require purchase contracts and packing list, but still need to be fully prepared. It is necessary to constantly compare with the later issued documents such as phytosanitary phytosanitary of commodity names, quantities, exporters and importers. The content of the customs declaration, certificate of origin, plant quarantine, bill of lading are identical to each other and identical to the invoice, contract or not. Avoid the case of wrong content will cause difficulties for the importer, causing storage costs, storage of goods and other costs.

- Carry out plant quarantine procedures:

Plant quarantine is an important step to determine whether export products are of good quality and necessary documents to help importers in Korea continue to import procedures in their countries. Currently most quarantine agencies in Vietnam, quarantine agencies not only check records but also bring goods to the agency for professional testing so businesses need to prepare the right quality goods. Should try to quarantine and get phytosanitary quarantine certificate as quickly as possible, especially by air to send the results of quarantine by flight always.

 

Phytosanitary exported to Korea

 

Customs clearance:

All imports and exports need to clear customs declarations. According to our experience in export and import for many years, the export declaration of agricultural products will usually be automatically cleared (green channel) so before declaring, you should carefully check the information contained in thus avoiding the need for time-consuming procedures to correct the declaration form after customs clearance, which can lead to documents not being able to be cut off in time (we often call it off or drop off).

Procedures for C / O certification:

To obtain a certificate of origin requires the seller to have some of the following documents: customs declaration, invoice, freight bill of lading, purchasing or purchase bill, production process, ingredients product, purchase invoice, or import declaration of raw materials. For fresh sugar cane exports, to make C / O will need a minimum of documents such as customs clearance declarations, invoices, freight bills, purchasing lists or purchase invoices. When applying for C / O, the importer will be entitled to tax incentives upon import, helping importers save costs, increase competitiveness and help sellers to sell more goods. We therefore recommend that exporters need a certificate of origin for each export shipment. When you receive the original C / O, the paper version, you just need to scan and send to Korea is by the two countries that have issued electronic C / O.

C / O exports fresh sugarcane and fruit to Korea

Bill of lading of goods to export to Korea

 

Some noticeable things when doing procedures to export fresh sugarcane as well as agricultural products to Korea:

- Prepare the goods in the right quantity and quality, store them at the appropriate temperature and deliver them on time.

- Always ask the importer or customs clearance agent in Korea for Korean labels in accordance with Korean Food Safety Act No. 1399.

- Choose a professional customs clearance service provider who has previously cleared and processed this or similar items.

- For sea freight: Choose shipping lines that take about 6-7 days to dock in South Korea, avoiding long-distance ships, connecting routes for 10 days, 14 days.

- For quarantine date, it must be before or coincide with the date of boarding. The date of boarding on C / O must coincide with the date of boarding on the bill and before or equal to the date of bill issuance.

 

We have done procedures for exporting a lot of agricultural products to Korea, Japan, and China with many years of experience. Can do Door to Door service to help customers more secure. Very happy if you contact us for more information, need instructions on how to make or quote a service via the hotline: 0903.288.872 (Mr Thang)

 

See the following articles:

- Procedures for exporting agricultural products to Japan

- What do export documents need?

- How to export carrots

- Transporting agricultural commodities by sea

 

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