How can I export goods from Nepal? Will I be able to do so from Rising Star Cargo Pvt. Ltd.?

Exporting goods from Nepal has several steps. You need to receive permission from different authorities. Overall, the process can be very time consuming and tiresome. This is where we are of help to you. We help you to prepare legal documents as per the export rules and regulations of the Government. The following documents are required for legally exporting goods from Nepal:
  • Custom Declaration Form
  • Commercial invoice
  • GSP form ‘A’ if applicable
  • Copy of letter of credit or advance payment statement received from the bank.
  • Foreign Exchange Declaration Form of Nepal Rastra Bank
  • Packing List
  • Copy of Firm/company Registration Certificate
  • Copy of income tax registration certificate
  • EXIM Code Certificate (Exporter Importer Registration and REX Certificate(Registered Exporter System) for European Countries
  • Airway bill (in case of air freight)
  • Transport manifesto (one copy per truck), Custom transit declarations, and Transit declaration invoice for goods in transit via India/Bangladesh to the third country destination. (in case of land freight)
  • Letter of authority to clear the consignment
  • Certificate of origin from the local chamber of commerce
  • Other required documents as per the nature of the goods (for example passbook for gold handicrafts, Value Added Tax Certificate for beer, spirits and cigarettes, Phytosanitary Certificate for agricultural products/plants)
  • Other particular permission documents from government departments (for example: CITES Certificate from the Department of National Parks and Wildlife Conservation for the export of bones and horn products, Certificate from Department of Archaeology for export of archaeologically valuable goods like wood carvings, thangkas, statues, and others.)
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