An import collection offers a safe, secure method of sourcing products globally to help you increase your business' opportunities.
An import documentary collection is generally faster, simpler and more cost effective than issuing a documentary credit.
In contrast to paying your supplier in advance of receiving goods, an import collection allows you to inspect commercial documents before making payment or agreeing to pay at a fixed future date.
Under an import collection, you have the flexibility to easily change contract terms on shipping, delivery and insurance right up until goods are shipped.
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Import Collections can improve your cash flow by giving you the flexibility to negotiate credit terms with your seller. Moreover, you do not need to place a deposit or use bank facilities, which are required under an import document collection.
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