||Electronic Export Information (EEI) is the electronic declaration of merchandise leaving one country to another..An EEI is filed through the Census Bureau's Automated Export System (ACE AES Direct ) This information is the electronic counterpart of the export data that is originally gathered as information from the Shipper’s Export Declarations (SED). The Automated Export System or Automated Export SystemDirect are not required to get this information.
|Certificate of Origin
||This is a record that is utilised in international trade. It is filled out by the exporter and verified by a reputable issuing organisation in written or electronic form, attesting that the products in a certain export cargo have been produced, manufactured, or processed in a specific nation.
||It is a legal document issued by the seller (exporter) to the buyer (importer) in an international transaction and serves as a contract and a proof of sale between the buyer and seller. The commercial invoice details the price(s), value, and quantity of the goods being sold. It should also include the trade or sale conditions agreed upon by both buyer and seller of the transaction being carried out.
| Freight Invoice
||This invoice provides specific information about the freight costs associated with shipping the products from the country of origin to the destination country.
| Package List
||A packing list itemises the contents of each package (box, pallets, etc) It includes weights, measurements and detailed lists of the goods in each package.
|Customs Export Declaration
||A Shipper's Export Declaration form from the US Department of Commerce. It should be applied to goods being exported from the US that is worth at least $2,500. This document is necessary to get a CTN in several African nations.