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Copper Finish Lord Buddha Statue

Copper Finish Lord Buddha Statue

550 to 900 INR Get Latest Price
Minimum Order Quantity : 1000 Unit/Units
  • Supply Ability10000 Per Week
  • Payment TermsPaypal, Delivery Point (DP), Others, Cash Advance (CA), Cheque, Cash i
  • FOB Portkolkata
  • Delivery Time4 Week
  • Sample PolicyContact us for information regarding our sample policy
  • Main Export Market(s)Central America, Australia, South America, Western Europe, North Ameri
Noida, Uttar Pradesh... More B-67, Second Floor, Sec-65, Noida, Uttar Pradesh, 201301, India
Product Details :-
  • Supply Ability10000 Per Week
  • Payment TermsPaypal, Delivery Point (DP), Others, Cash Advance (CA), Cheque, Cash in Advance (CID), Cash Against Delivery (CAD)
  • FOB Portkolkata
  • Delivery Time4 Week
  • Sample PolicyContact us for information regarding our sample policy
  • Main Export Market(s)Central America, Australia, South America, Western Europe, North America, Asia, Africa, Eastern Europe, Middle East
  • Packaging Details25*20*30
  • Main Domestic MarketAll India
  • CertificationsAlthough the packing list means the details of packing, most of the details of invoice also must be mentioned as per the specified format. 1. Exporter /Consigner : The details of party who consigns the goods is mentioned in this column. The name and complete address of consignor to be mentioned with Country name. 2. Consignee: The details of party to whom the consignment is shipped out to be mentioned. Normally, the details of overseas buyer is mentioned. In some cases, when Letter of credit involves, the bank name is mentioned as consignee starting with a To the order ofa a If the cargo is re-sold at destination to a third party, said column can be mentioned as a To Ordera 3. Buyer: In some cases, consignee may not be the actual buyer. Then the details of buyer other than the consignee is mentioned. 4. Invoice Number and date: This number is the serial number of sale transaction used by a seller. This reference number is quoted at many occasions including authorities to identify the consignment for future reference. This is the reference number against the said sale used internally by the buyer in all future reference and files in office also. 5. Buyera s order number and date: The purchase order number of overseas buyer is mentioned here. If the shipment is under Letter of credit, the LC number and date is mentioned. 6. Other reference if any: You can mention any other reference number to be declared in related to the said shipment or common. 7. Country of Origin: The country of goods originally manufactured to be mentioned in this column. In some of the cases, the goods are imported to a country and the same goods are exported after re-packed and re-balled. It happens in triangular shipments also. Read more about a triangular shipmenta in my previous article. 8. Country of final destination: This is the country where the goods are finally reached. 9. Vessel / Flight: The name of vessel or flight if available. You can also mention the planning vessel or planning flight name. While mentioning vessel name, always write voyage number. 10. a Pre carriage bya : The term a Pre carriage bya means, the mode of movement of cargo to port of loading by the shipper. The Pre carriage can be a By roada , a By Raila a By aira or a By seaa . 11. Place of Receipt: Place of receipt of goods by carrier after completing export customs procedures. If you (exporter) are situated far from load port, the cargo can be customs cleared at nearest Container Freight station and move to port of loading. If you are completing customs procedures near the load port, the column a place of reciepta and a port of loadinga will be the same. 12. a Port of Loadinga You can mention the port of loading of goods. It can be airport or sea port of place where you load your goods to aircraft or vessel. 13. Port of Discharge: This is the port where your goods are unloaded from the aircraft or ship to deliver to the buyera s place. Be alert, the port of discharge column should be filled up with best care. If you handle documentation for different shipments at time, there are chances to get interchanged the port of discharge column. You can imagine, what happens if the same got changed. Shipping Bill is prepared on the basis of Invoice to file with customs clearance procedures. Bill of Lading is prepared on the basis of customs clearance completed shipping bill. Once Bill of Lading released with the change of port of discharge, your cargo will reach to destination where you mentioned a the port of dischargea in the Invoice. 14. Place of Delivery: If your buyer is located far from port of discharge and he need to get the goods near to customs supervised ware house (Container freight station CFS), the Bill of Lading issued at port of 1. Exporter /Consigner : The details of party who consigns the goods is mentioned in this column. The name and complete address of consignor to be mentioned with Country name. 2. Consignee: The details of party to whom the consignment is shipped out to be mentioned. Normally, the details of overseas buyer is mentioned. In some cases, when Letter of credit involves, the bank name is mentioned as consignee starting with a To the order ofa a If the cargo is re-sold at destination to a third party, said column can be mentioned as a To Ordera 3. Buyer: In some cases, consignee may not be the actual buyer. Then the details of buyer other than the consignee is mentioned. 4. Invoice Number and date: This number is the serial number of sale transaction used by a seller. This reference number is quoted at many occasions including authorities to identify the consignment for future reference. This is the reference number against the said sale used internally by the buyer in all future reference and files in office also. 5. Buyera s order number and date: The purchase order number of overseas buyer is mentioned here. If the shipment is under Letter of credit, the LC number and date is mentioned. 6. Other reference if any: You can mention any other reference number to be declared in related to the said shipment or common. 7. Country of Origin: The country of goods originally manufactured to be mentioned in this column. In some of the cases, the goods are imported to a country and the same goods are exported after re-packed and re-balled. It happens in triangular shipments also. Read more about a triangular shipmenta in my previous article. 8. Country of final destination: This is the country where the goods are finally reached. 9. Vessel / Flight: The name of vessel or flight if available. You can also mention the planning vessel or planning flight name. While mentioning vessel name, always write voyage number. 10. a Pre carriage bya : The term a Pre carriage bya means, the mode of movement of cargo to port of loading by the shipper. The Pre carriage can be a By roada , a By Raila a By aira or a By seaa . 11. Place of Receipt: Place of receipt of goods by carrier after completing export customs procedures. If you (exporter) are situated far from load port, the cargo can be customs cleared at nearest Container Freight station and move to port of loading. If you are completing customs procedures near the load port, the column a place of reciepta and a port of loadinga will be the same. 12. a Port of Loadinga You can mention the port of loading of goods. It can be airport or sea port of place where you load your goods to aircraft or vessel. 13. Port of Discharge: This is the port where your goods are unloaded from the aircraft or ship to deliver to the buyera s place. Be alert, the port of discharge column should be filled up with best care. If you handle documentation for different shipments at time, there are chances to get interchanged the port of discharge column. You can imagine, what happens if the same got changed. Shipping Bill is prepared on the basis of Invoice to file with customs clearance procedures. Bill of Lading is prepared on the basis of customs clearance completed shipping bill. Once Bill of Lading released with the change of port of discharge, your cargo will reach to destination where you mentioned a the port of dischargea in the Invoice. 14. Place of Delivery: If your buyer is located far from port of discharge and he need to get the goods near to customs supervised ware house (Container freight station CFS), the Bill of Lading issued at port of loading has to be mentioned the said place of delivery. Once goods unloaded at port of discharge by ship or aircraft, the cargo is moved to the said location. This is the place where importer files customs documents for import and take delivery of cargo. In other words, responsibility of carrier to deliver the goods is up to this place. Importer has to move the goods from place of delivery to final destination of goods at his cost. 15. Terms of Delivery & Terms of Payment: As I have explained in previous articles, the terms of delivery like EX-WORKS,FOB,C&F,C&I,CIF,DDU,DDP etc. as agreed both you and your buyer. Terms of Payment also as explained earlier like LC,DA,DP etc. 16. Marks and number: The details of a markinga you have done on parcels to be exported. Also the number mentioned on the parcel. Suppose you have 10 packages to be exported. You have labeled or marked as 1,2,3,a .10 serial numbered on each parcel , and written complete address of consignee and your address under respective heads. Here, you write marks and numbers as, a 01 a 10a a As addresseda in the column of a marks and numbersa . The proper marking and labeling is very important while shipping less container load (LCL). 17. Number and kind of packages: In this column, you need to mention the total number of packages in the said particular shipment. If you export total 10 packages you can mentioned 10. As you know, there are various kinds of packaging modes. For example: wooden box, drums, corrugated carton boxes, pallets etc. depends up on the nature of cargo. So you can mention the mode of packages you packed the said 10 parcels. If you have packed the said 10 parcels as pallets, you can mention the column of a number and kind of packagesa as a 10 palletsa . 18. Description of Goods: The Description details of goods are mentioned in this column. Also be alerted that if the shipment is under Letter of Credit, the words mentioned on LC to be matched exactly with your words in documents. I personally suggest, if any spelling error occurred while releasing Letter of credit, let the same spelling error be in the documentation if not changing the meaning of whole body of description. By this statement, I would like to make you remember once again about the importance of accuracy to be maintained in documentation matching with the words of Letter of Credit.loading has to be mentioned the said place of delivery. Once goods unloaded at port of discharge by ship or aircraft, the cargo is moved to the said location. This is the place where importer files customs documents for import and take delivery of cargo. In other words, responsibility of carrier to deliver the goods is up to this place. Importer has to move the goods from place of delivery to final destination of goods at his cost. 15. Terms of Delivery & Terms of Payment: As I have explained in previous articles, the terms of delivery like EX-WORKS,FOB,C&F,C&I,CIF,DDU,DDP etc. as agreed both you and your buyer. Terms of Payment also as explained earlier like LC,DA,DP etc. 16. Marks and number: The details of a markinga you have done on parcels to be exported. Also the number mentioned on the parcel. Suppose you have 10 packages to be exported. You have labeled or marked as 1,2,3,a .10 serial numbered on each parcel , and written complete address of consignee and your address under respective heads. Here, you write marks and numbers as, a 01 a 10a a As addresseda in the column of a marks and numbersa . The proper marking and labeling is very important while shipping less container load (LCL). 17. Number and kind of packages: In this column, you need to mention the total number of packages in the said particular shipment. If you export total 10 packages you can mentioned 10. As you know, there are various kinds of packaging modes. For example: wooden box, drums, corrugated carton boxes, pallets etc. depends up on the nature of cargo. So you can mention the mode of packages you packed the said 10 parcels. If you have packed the said 10 parcels as pallets, you can mention the column of a number and kind of packagesa as a 10 palletsa . 18. Description of Goods: The Description details of goods are mentioned in this column. Also be alerted that if the shipment is under Letter of Credit, the words mentioned on LC to be matched exactly with your words in documents. I personally suggest, if any spelling error occurred while releasing Letter of credit, let the same spelling error be in the documentation if not changing the meaning of whole body of description. By this statement, I would like to make you remember once again about the importance of accuracy to be maintained in documentation matching with the words of Letter of Credit. Hope you followed me. 19. Remarks 20. Dimension 21. Net weight 22. Gross weight 23. Declaration: While declaring and signing the invoice means, you are stating all information given in packing list is true. The words of declaration mentioned in the invoice may differ from country to country based on their respective law. 24. Authorized signatory, rubber stamp and Date : Means, the person signs on invoice with rubber stamp of the firm. Authorized signatory means, the person to who the exporter authorize to sign invoice on behalf of the exporter.
  • Offered ByKAV RETAIL SERVICES
  • Product Added OnApr 13, 2018
  • Last Updated OnApr 13, 2018
  • BrandKavoo
Product Description :-

We are trusted Exporter, Distributor, Trader and Supplier of Copper Finish Lord Buddha Statue in Noida, Uttar Pradesh, India. This beautiful Brass Statue figurine is a wonderful gifting option for your best friend on her housewarming party & home.Hand crafted showpiece is being made by traditional methods. Kavoo brings you brass buddha showpiece to invoke blessings and love of Buddha in your family home. Enhance your home and garden by these graceful Brass figurines of tribal ladies playing different musical Instruments. A very attractive & designer tribal art statue which is hand crafted in brass with fine Coral and Turquoise stones, finely placed all over the piece.

Company Details :-

Established in 2016 , KAV RETAIL SERVICES has made a name for itself in the list of top suppliers of Brassware & Brass Handicrafts in India. The supplier company is located in Noida, Uttar Pradesh and is one of the leading sellers of listed products.
KAV RETAIL SERVICES is listed in Trade India's list of verified sellers offering supreme quality of KAVOO Radha Krishan Brass Idol, KAVOO Brass Bullock Cart, KAVOO Hanuman Brass Idol Statue etc. Buy Brassware & Brass Handicrafts in bulk from us for the best quality products and service.

  • BUSINESS TYPE Exporter, Importer, Distributor, Supplier, Trading Company
  • EMPLOYEE COUNT 15
  • ESTABLISHMENT 2016
  • GST NO 09AAQFK3418G1Z4
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Copper Finish Lord Buddha Statue
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Mr. Abhishek Arya
B-67, Second Floor, Sec-65, Noida, Uttar Pradesh, 201301, India
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