2024 April Soft Offer – Wood Chips Acacia & Eucalyptus

NEW 2024 April Soft Offer – Wood Chips Acacia & EucalyptusMax 100,000 BDMT per month – Origin Vietnam – FOB Basis

 

SCO – Wood Chips for Paper Pulp

Vietnam

 

   

We have the pleasure to inform you that our group has negotiated this excellent option related to Wood Chips from Vietnam:

 

1)    Commodity: WOOD CHIPS FOR PAPER PULP          

2)    Type of wood: Acacia/Eucalyptus wood   

3)     Origin: Vietnam

4)    Quantity:    Acacia Wood Chips UP to 100,000 BDMT per month

Eucalyptus Wood Chips around 20,000 BDMT per month

5)    Certificate: FLEGT

6)    Standard & Specifications:

Species: Acacia/Eucalyptus

Origin: Vietnam

Item:Chips

Grade: Pulp/Paper

Shipment: Vessel

Moisture: Approximately Maximum 40% Preferred

Fumigate:  Required

Security:   2% Performance Bond requested for first vessel

 

Chip Specifications:

Length:       Over 38.1mm: <3%  4.8 to 38.1mm: >95%  Under 4.8mm: <2%
Width:         10 to 30mm
Thickness:   3 to 5mm
Moisture and Humidity: <40%
Bark and Rot: <1%
Overs and Pin: <3%
Ash and Fines: <0.5%

 

7)    Packing:     Bulk vessel, (30.000 BDMT/shipment)

8)    Payment:    100% L/C at sight irrevocable – Transferable or NOT Transferable

9)    Price:         USD149/BDMT – FOB

10) Loading port: Cai Lan  Port, Vietnam

11) Delivery time: 20 days after reception the Buyer open L/C directly open to Vietnam Wood chips Factory)

12) Delivery:     Partial Shipment is allowed.

13) Shipping document: A full set of the following documents will be issued

+ Commercial invoice

+ Packing list

+ Bill of loading (B/L) on board

+ Phytosanitation

+ Fumigation

+ Certificate of Quantity/Weight in issue by the third party: CCIC/SGS at loading ports.

+ Certificate of Moisture in issued by CCIC/SGS at loading ports.

14)  Contract Duration:     1 Year to 3 Year

15) Performance Bond:    2% of one Shipment

 

 

PROCEDURES

 

  1. Seller issues FCO(SCO) Soft Corporate offer signed & sealed  
  2. Buyer issues LOI.
  3. Seller issues Draft Contract.
  4. Buyer signs the Draft Contract and sends it back to the Seller.
  5. Seller issues the final Contract to the Buyer.
  6. Buyer’s bank issues and sends by swift the non-operative L/C 100% at sight to the Seller’s bank within 48 hours.
  7. Seller posts Performance Bond (PB) for the value of 2 % and LC becomes operative.
  8. Shipment begins. Buyer can perform a physical inspection together with SGS at the time of loading of product.

 

 

 

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