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STEP 17: EXPORT DOCUMENTATION
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Documents required for transportation

The export process is encumbered by the amount of documentation the exporter faces around every turn. These documents can be broken down into four groups; (1) those required by the importer (and for customs clearing in the target market), (2) those required to export the goods from South Africa, (3) those required for payment and (4) those required to transport the goods (i.e. the transport documents). In many instances, the documents may be the same (for example, the commercial invoice may be required in more than one instance as may the bill of lading/airway bill). In this section, we deal with the documents required to faciluate trasnportation. They include:

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Step 17: Export documentation
      Documents involving the importer
      Documents required to export goods from South Africa
            .Bill of lading
            .Air waybill
            .Freight transit order
            .Road consignment note
            .Export cargo shipping instruction
      Documents required for payment
      Marine Insurance

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Step 1: Considering exporting
Step 2:Current business viability
Step 3:Export readiness
Step 4:Broad mission statement and initial budget
Step 5:Confirming management's commitment to exports
Step 6: Undertaking an initial SWOT analysis of the firm
Step 7:Selecting and researching potential countries abroad
Step 8: Preparing and implementing your export plan
Step 9: Obtaining financing for your exports
Step 10: Managing your export risk
Step 11: Promoting the firm and its products abroad
Step 12: Negotiating and quoting in exports
Step 13: Revising your export costings and price
Step 14: Obtaining the export order
Step 15: Producing the goods
Step 16: Handling the export logistics
Step 17: Export documentation
Step 18: Providing follow-up support
Step 19: Getting paid
Step 20: Reviewing and improving the export process
Step 21: Export Management
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