PRODUCT                          :  DIESEL OIL spec EN 590 10 PPM

ORIGIN                                :  NONE SANCTION COUNTRY
MINIMUM QUANTITY      : 100,000 M.T.
CONTRACT PRICE:            : CIF ASWP $660 USD per MT

INSPECTION:                     : Inspected  by SGS



1.Buyer issues ICPO, Intention Letter to Purchase Letter, Full CIS along with Buyer’s company registrationcertificate and Bank RWA related to the ICPO.
2.Seller issues Sale & Purchase Agreement (SPA), Buyer review, amend (if necessary), signs, and return the SPAin WORD format to Seller within seven (7) banking days along with buyer’s Client Information Sheet (CIS) and statingthe exact bank issuing the Financial Instrument and the Financial Instrument issuer’s Client Information Sheet (CIS) “ifdifferent from the buyer’s company name”. Seller sends Final Approved SPA to Buyer in PDF Format along with the Proforma Invoice for buyer’s issuance of SBLC MT760 / DLC MT700 pre-advice or Ready, Willing and Able (RWA) MT999/199/799 to Seller’s fiduciary bank outside Russian Federation confirming their readiness and capability to execute the transaction.
3.Buyer sends swift copy of their issued SBLC MT760 / DLC MT700 preadvice or Ready, Willing and Able(RWA) MT999/199/799 to Seller’s fiduciary bank outside Russian Federation. Upon confirmation, Seller issues to Buyer via email the following transaction documents (Partial POP):
•Certificate of Analysis (COA) also known as Product Passport.
•Statement of Product Availability.
•Unconditional Commitment to Supply.

•Commercial Invoice for the total 1st shipment product value.
4.Within seven (7) banking days, Buyer’s bank in accordance with seller’s verbiage issues swift fully funded SBLC MT760 or DLC MT700 to Seller’s fiduciary bank account outside Russian Federation to cover the 1st shipmenttotal product value and send swift copies sent to Seller to enable seller commence loading of product with the shipping company. Seller’s bank issues 2% PB to Buyer’s bank to activate Buyer’s financial instrument within seven (7) days.
NOTE: If due to any reason buyer can’t issue the SBLC MT760 / DLC MT700 pre-advise or RWA MT999/199/799 in procedure #2, buyer is to request for the Commercial Invoice for the direct issuance of SBLCMT760 or DLC MT700 immediately after signing of the Contract.
Meanwhile, the alternate solution to all is to request for invoice and make a REFUNDABLE/DEDUCTIBLE 5%security guarantee deposit of the total 1st shipment value via T/T Wire Transfer after signing of the contract. Upon confirmation, Seller will proceed straight into shipment and furnish buyer with the FULL POP Documentsvia bank to bank.
The Duration of the financial instrument issuance must be more than 180 days.
5.Upon Seller’s bank successful exchange of instrument method with buyer’s bank or REFUNDABLE/ DEDUCTIBLE Security Guarantee Deposit / Payment of 5% of the total 1st shipment product value via T/T Wire toseller’s fiduciary bank, Seller to finalize loading within five – seven (5-7) working days. Seller invites buyer for visitation to witness the final inspection and TTM for negotiation of future transactions (Optional to Buyer).
Seller loads product within six (6) international working days, signs NCNDA/IMFPA between all intermediaries involved with the notarized copy sent to Seller’s bank and registers & legalizes the contract and sends to Buyer the following Full POP Document by swift via bank to bank and a copy via email to buyer and representative. Seller sends one full set of ORIGINAL POP documents to our authorized Customs Clearance agent at destination port, and send onefull set of COPIES POP documents to Buyer’s address via

DHL or FedEx expedite (overnight) service and provide tracking numbers. (17 sets below):
•Copy of the Charter Party Agreement(s) to Transport the Product to Discharge Port.
•Act of Transfer/Change of Ownership Title.
•Certificate of Incorporation.
•Registered & Legalized Contract.
•Allocation Title Ownership Certificate.
•Copy of License to Export.
•Copy of Approval to Export.
•Port Storage Tank Agreement.
•Tank Receipt.
•Certificate of Origin.
•Notice of Readiness (NOR)
•SGS/Saybolt Certificate of Quality and Quantity, One (1) Original and three
(3) copies.
•Cargo Manifest
•Vessel Ullage report
•Vessel Q88
•Bill of Lading
•Estimated Time of Arrival (ETA)
6.Buyer notifies seller by official written notice of his bank receiving seller’s pop documents. Shipment commences as per contract schedule and product is shipped to buyer’s designated discharge port and upon arrival of the cargo at the discharge port, buyer’s inspection team carries out CIQ, SGS or equivalent inspection to ascertain quality and quantity.
7.Product is discharged into buyer’s destination port/storage facility after successful inspection, Buyer release payment via swift fund transfer MT103/TT within 3 to 5 banking days to Seller for total shipment value after dischargeof product at destination port/storage facility and receipt of the entire relevant shipping documents. Seller within 48 hours pays the intermediaries involved according to signed & notarized NCNDA/IMFPA. Second and succeeding shipments continue

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