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Open new sources for ours overseas clients

As Business finder and consulting.
We are specialize in the sale of petroleum products, we have established ourselves as a reliable and trustworthy partner delivering high-quality products around the world (Brazil, Togo, Rd Congo, Emirate, Europa).
Our deep understanding of the Market, Able to source: Diesel, Gasoline, Jet A1, Crude Oil, Bitumen and Coal. We actively participates in amalgamating the supply and demand in the international petroleum commodity markets.
We aim to be the preferred one-stop source for commodities from around the world to our clients, our business model provides complete practical theme for our buyers/partners operations to be effective, skilled and
beneficial and extremely competitive.
Our main tasks are constant management, accountable operational designing and forward thinking.
The cluster features a extremely qualified personnel with intensive onshore and offshore expertise during a wide range of areas of this business.



Buyer issues ICPO to Seller after select the procedure which they agreed upon.
Seller Issues Draft Sales and purchase Agreement Contract and, Commercial Invoice for
Buyer’s review and Signing.
 Buyer Signs the Sales and Purchase Agreement Contract and Commercial Invoice back to
the Seller together with RWA to Seller to confirm Buyer ready for the transaction.
Seller Registers and Legalizes the signed sales and purchase Agreement Contract.

a) Certificate of Origin.
b) Commitment to Supply.
c) Product Passport
d) Statement of Availability of the Product.
e) Export License.

Within 24 hours of receiving the PPOP documents, the Seller appoints a tested/reliable
shipping logistic company in Russia (A shipping company that has record of shipments with
Seller). Following receipt of the Seller’s PPOP, the Buyer’s bank issues SBLC 760 / BG within
7 working days. If the Buyer is unable to issue the MT760 within the specified 7 banking days,
the Buyer will pay the Seller 5% of the first month product value as an alternative guarantee
for freight payment within 3 banking days. The Buyer’s Bank will deduct the freight payment
from the total cost value of the product contractual agreement.
Upon confirmation of Buyer’s SBLC MT760 or 5% Guarantee payment TT Wire to Seller’s
nominated Bank, Seller issue the legalized contract , 2% Performance Bond, including full
POP and Shipping documents via Swift Bank To Bank as shown below:

a) Product Allocation Export Permit.
b) Allocation Title Ownership Affidavit.
c) Transneft Contract to Transport the Product to the Loading Port
d) Port Storage Agreement.
e) Charter Party Agreement to Transport the Product to Discharge Port.
f) Tank Storage Receipt.
g) SGS Quality and Quantity Certificate.
h) Bill of Landing- (B/L)
i) Vessel Questionnaire 88. C.I.F. Cost, Insurance, Freight procedure:

Shipment commences and upon arrival of the vessel tanker at the discharge port, buyer
conducts SGS inspection and makes operative SBLC/DLC or makes payment for the full
shipment via TT wire or mt103.



Buyer issue Irrevocable Corporate Purchase Order (ICPO), certificate of incorporation and
front-page passport copy to the Seller.
Seller issues the Sale and Purchase Agreement for signing by Buyer and Buyer sends back
the signed and sealed contract to the seller. Buyer submits delivery order for parties to sign
and agree on the schedule of shipping.
The signed contract (hand signed or electronically signed) will be lodged with the respective
banks and Seller send following documents to the Buyer as a Partial Proof of Product:

a. Proforma invoice as confirmed and approved by Buyer.
b. Product passport
c. Allocation Letter/Refinery Commitment
d. Sample of the Fully Funded LC to be signed back by Buyer as accepted and approved by
buyer’s bank.

The Buyer’s Bank, within max 7 banking days, upon the acceptance of the wordings, Texts
and formats, the Buyer’s Bank issues non-transferable SBLC via SWIFT MT760. The text
of the SBLC to follow, should state the validity for 180 days, in the amount of the average
monthly deliveries, with the price calculated according to discount from the date of issuance
of the Pro-forma Invoice.
4.1 If buyer is not able to issue a SBLC within 5 -7 days, buyer would make a provide
payment by T/T amounting to 3% (pct.) Of the agreed shipment face value to conduct
reservation and loading of oil Products into oil tanker in accordance with the delivery
schedule. Non-Transferable SBLC MT 760 must be issued before Vessel sails to
discharge port. The contract would be unilaterally cancelled in invent buyer fails to
Upon confirming the SBLC or provisional in the seller’s fiduciary Bank, Seller Fiduciary
bank issue a one (1) % as performance bond in favour of buyer/buyer’s bank upon receipt
of the Letter of credit, Seller issues a NOR along with the following details:
• Refinery Commitment
• Shore-Tank measurement Report
• Details of the loading port of Loading
• Details of the vessel and charter / shipping company
• ETA (Estimated Date of Arrival) at the port of destination
Seller makes shipment of Product in accordance with the terms and conditions of the signed
Sales and Purchase Agreement.
Loading commences within 14 -21 days, after accepting buyer’s LC, and Seller hence
will Forward the full shipping documents after compliance before sailing of the vessel to the
buyer’s Discharge port. The documents not limited to:

a. Copy of the beneficiary’s unpaid final Commercial Invoice, duly signed
b. Certificate of Quality and Quantity issued by SGS, Intertek, Say bolt or equivalent
c. Full set of Bill of Lading (03 original copies)
d. Vessel Notice of Readiness (NOR)
e. Marine Insurance Certificate
f. Ullage report
g. Cargo Manifest
h. Vessel Q88
i. Certificate of Origin
j. IMO register information

Upon arrival of the product at buyer’s destination port, the buyer conducts Inspection of the
product by SGS or similar at his expense, and Buyer transfers the outstanding payment MT
103 for the seller’s commercial invoice, and with respect to Q/Q. Reports issued at the port
of shipment. Seller transfers title and ownership to the buyer.



The Seller sends the draft Contract to the Buyer for signing.
Upon the Contract signing by the Buyer, the Buyer sends it back to the Seller in pdf format.
The Buyer and the Seller place the Contracts at their banks.
The Seller submits the documents: allocation letter and required information to the Buyer:
3.1. Notice of Readiness
3.2. Consignment note
3.3. Product Passport and Safety Data Sheet
After the Bank-to-Bank confirmation of the wordings, texts and formats, the Buyer’s Bank
within 3-5 banking days issues DLC via SWIFT MT700 to the nominated Seller Bank.
Within 14 days upon fulfilling n4 Seller shall organize shipping in accordance with the terms
and conditions of the signed Sales and Purchase Agreement and provide the following
information to Buyer:
• Details of Loading Port
• Schedule of Loading Dates
• Details of Vessel & Charter party / Shipping Company
• ETA (Estimated Date of Arrival) at Destination Port.
The delivery will be started according to the Contract schedule within minimum 15 days –
maximum 25 days after.
Buyer shall provide details of their Shipping Agent at destination Port and booking
confirmation of SGS/CIQ at discharge port inspection as per scheduled shipping Info.
The final payment for the Goods is to be performed at discharge port within 5 banking days
by means payment for the amount of the cost of the Goods shipped by MT 103 or telegraphic
wire transfer(T/T).
The shipped goods are transferred and accepted by the buyer along with the following list
of documents:
– Commercial Invoice submitted by the Seller with indication of Contract No., description
of the Goods, the price per 1 MT of the Goods, the total value, gross/net weight (based on
SGS inspection in loading port) – 1 (one) original and 3 (three) copies, consignment notes
with a mark of customs service;
– Complete set of 3/3 bills of lading marked « Clean on Board ». Each original shall be signed
by the master or senior assistant in the port of loading;
– Quality Certificate issued by SGS (SAYBOLT) at the loading port – 1 original and 3 copies:
– Quantity Certificate issued by SGS (SAYBOLT) at loading port – 1 original and 3 copies;
– Certificate of Origin of Goods – 1 copy.
Final calculation payments under this Contract to be done at the end of the entire shipment of
the consignment and fulfilment of all conditions of this Contract. The Parties sign the
Reconciliation Report that allows to take into account the actual total value of the Goods
delivered. The Report is compiled as a financial instrument. On the basis of this Report, the
Parties will perform mutual settlement of possible deductions, differences in quantity and cost
of delivered Goods.



Buyer issues irrevocable corporate purchase order (ICPO) with international passport copy
(Data Page) to seller.
Refinery issues commercial invoice (CI) and framework agreement, Declaration of Origin
and Buyer signs the commercial invoice with evidence of finance or a bank reference.
2.1 Refinery provides framework agreement and individual storage contract for In Tank
Transfer (ITT) and disposition rights to petroleum stock reserved. Remuneration is
charged according to the operator’s tariff payable by the buyer for extended storage
capacity and product survey/Dip test.
Refinery company sends to the buyer the clearance sheet including the documents not limited

a. Legalized Commercial Invoice.
b. SGS Analysis Report
c. Tank Storage receipt
d. DTA – Dip Test Authorization (Unconditional);
e. ACT of transfer and acceptance;

Buyer conducts Dip Test and upon successful SGS/Intertek inspection, the Seller
commences injection of the product into the buyer’s storage capacity or chartered vessel.
Seller proceeds with injection of product and seller issues the injection report for the quantity
transferred tank to tank.
Buyer pays the final commercial invoice with deductions based on Q&Q for the injected
product by SWIFT MT103 and seller transfers full title to buyer with all export and title
documents within 24 hours.
Seller pays commission to all involved Mandates Intermediaries.
The Seller issues annual Contract on CIF for the Buyer’s review and execution. Buyer signs
the contract and issues IRDLC in favour of the seller for regular deliveries.