flora saffron offers you below certificates:

COA - certificate of analysis
COO - certificate of origin
BL - bill of lading ( Air Way Bill )
HC - Health certificate
Original shipping documents ? Commercial invoice and packing list also would be sent with your cargo Organic saffron certificates and many other certificates which you need, inform us to handle it for you.

Required Documents for Saffron exporting are as follow:
Valid exporter commercial ID Card
Export License
Phytosanitary certificate
Standard Certificate
Packing List and commercial invoice
Bill of Lading

Common Documents

Phytosanitary certificate:
A Phytosanitary Certificate for saffron is an official document issued by the plant protection organization of the exporting country to the plant protection organization of the importing country. It certifies that the plants or plant products covered by the certificate have been inspected according to appropriate procedures and are considered to be free from quarantine pests and practically free from other injurious pests, and that they are considered to conform to the current phytosanitary regulations of the importing country.

Standard Certificate:
Most industrial goods, equipment and machines exported from Iran need to comply with the mandatory certification programme of ISIRI the Institute of Standards and Industrial Research of Iran. Its presentation to customs is essential for Saffron exporting.

Packing List:
A packing list is a document prepared by the exporter / shipper / consignor and quantities of merchandise in a particular shipment.
The packing list is a more detailed version of the commercial invoice but without price information. The type of each container is identified, as well as its individual weight and measurements.
A copy of the packing list is often attached to the shipment itself and another copy sent directly to the consignee to assist in checking the shipment when received. It is also called a bill of parcels.
The documents listed below are not required to submit to Iran customs, but It may be asked by the destination country or foreign buyer:

1 - Certificate of Origin:
A document declaring in which country a commodity or good was manufactured. The certificate of origin contains information regarding the product's destination and country of export and is required by many treaty agreements before being accepted into another nation.

2 - The TIR Carnet
It is a companion document for the carriage of goods in a truck or in containers sealed by Customs. This confirms that the goods have international guarantee by TIR.

3 – Invoice
A nonnegotiable commercial instrument issued by a seller to a buyer. It identifies both the trading parties and lists, describes, and quantifies the items sold, shows the date of shipment and mode of transport, prices and discounts (if any), and delivery and payment terms.

4 - Bill of Lading:
A bill of lading (sometimes abbreviated as B/L or BOL) is a document issued by a carrier which details a shipment of merchandise and gives title of that shipment to a specified party. Bills of lading are one of three important documents used in international trade to help guarantee that exporters receive payment and importers receive merchandise.

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