International Trade Guide
Just Trade – International Trade Guide covers the rules for documentation and procedures involved in exporting to all 193 countries of the world. Established for over 25 years, it is the leading international trade reference and essential companion to all those concerned with exporting and importing.
Recommended by Chambers of Commerce , the Guide saves you time and money in processing shipments, documents and getting paid.
“It provides peace-of-mind knowing you have all the information for processing exports at your fingertips!”
- Relevant, comprehensive and updated information for shipping to every country
- Documentary, customs and financial considerations
- Comprising a Country Guide, Export/Import Procedures, News and Trade Helpdesk
Every country has a unique set of rules that can change on a regular basis. The Guide provides detailed instructions on what these rules are and how to comply with them. It provides answers to questions such as:
- Do I need a certificate of origin?
- What information do I need to put on the Commercial Invoice?
- Do I need to use secure methods of payment?
- Does my customer need to apply for an import licence?
- Are there any particular documents required for my goods?
- What are the customs procedures country of import?
The International Trade Guide gives you the facts and puts you in control.
We use Institute of Export (IOE) qualified experts with many years’ experience to answer any question you may have on trade procedures. As a subscriber you can message one of our team directly via your exclusive Just Trade account.Export/import procedures
Export/import procedure articles explore key international trade topics like - incoterms, licencing and controls, legalities, documentation, working with freight agents, customs, bonds and guarantees, obtaining payment and much more...News
Every two months we publish a round of topical matters concerning international trade. This may be trade statistics, examples of trade successes, trade agreements, government initiatives and new rules.