International Trade Templates

Are you involved in international trade? Are you looking for accurate and up-to-date information on the various documents required for seamless cross-border transactions? Look no further! Our comprehensive collection of international trade documents is your one-stop solution.

Our international trade document repository is a treasure trove of valuable resources designed to assist businesses and individuals engaged in global commerce. Whether you are an importer, exporter, freight forwarder, or customs agent, our extensive collection of documents will ensure that you have access to the necessary paperwork to facilitate smooth and compliant trade operations.

Navigating the complexities of international trade can be daunting, but our document collection simplifies the process by providing you with easy access to the most frequently required documents. From Customs Bonds and Standby Letters of Credit to Import/Export Permits and Coding Forms, our database covers it all.

In addition to offering a wide range of document titles, we also provide alternate names for our collection, allowing you to find the information you need using familiar terminology. Our user-friendly interface makes searching for specific documents a breeze, ensuring that you can quickly locate the exact form or permit required for your international trade activities.

Whether you are importing goods into the United States, exporting products from Canada, or engaging in trade with various countries around the world, understanding the documentation requirements is crucial. Our international trade document repository eliminates the guesswork and provides you with a centralized platform to access all the necessary paperwork for your cross-border transactions.

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This type of document is created and given out by a selling party to a buying party, when an international trade has occurred and this invoice acts as confirmation of this.

This document is used for proving the origin of goods imported from Canada. It confirms that the goods were manufactured or produced in Canada.

This document certifies the origin of goods traded within the Asean region under the Common Effective Preferential Tariff (CEPT)/Asean Industrial Cooperation Scheme (AICO). It indicates that the goods meet specific criteria to qualify for preferential tariffs or incentives.


This document is used for recording and reporting the value of goods being imported or exported across international borders. It provides detailed information about the goods, their value, and international shipping details. The customs invoice template helps to ensure compliance with custom regulations and facilitate smooth customs clearance.

This document certifies the country of origin for goods exported by the Twi Group. It is used to determine eligibility for import duties and trade agreements.

This document certifies the origin of goods and is used in international trade to determine eligibility for tariff rates and trade agreements.

This document certifies the country where a product was manufactured and is commonly used for general purposes such as trade and customs.

This document is a combined declaration and certificate used for the Generalized System of Preferences. It is associated with the United Nations Conference on Trade and Development.

This type of document is a template for creating a commercial invoice, which is used for international trade to provide a detailed description of goods being shipped and their value.

This form is used by the United States, Canada, and Mexico and is a trilaterally agreed up form. It is used to certify that the goods qualify for the preferential tariff treatment determined by the North American Free Trade Agreement (NAFTA).

This document is used for certifying the country of origin for goods being exported from the United States to Israel.

This is a supplementary form for CBP Form 434, which is completed by the exporter in case additional goods description is asked of them. To get by a North American Free Trade Agreement (NAFTA) preference, the importer must have a certificate of origin when the claim is made.

This form is an agreement between a principal, obligee, and surety. Fill it out as a proof of payment of fees, taxes, and duties, and to make sure you comply with the law regarding goods and activities.

This Form is used for reporting the weekly imports of certain energy commodities.

This form is used for obtaining a phytosanitary certificate in Florida. It is used to certify that plants, plant products, or other regulated articles meet the required phytosanitary (plant health) standards for export or interstate movement.

This document is a sample of a non-negotiable Letter of Credit, commonly used in Maryland for international trade transactions.

This document guarantees payment to the beneficiary in Mississippi, and is irrevocable, meaning it cannot be cancelled or changed without the consent of all parties involved. It provides a secure form of payment for a specified amount in case the buyer fails to fulfill their obligations.

This Form is used for the Supplemental Guaranty Agreement for the Export Working Capital Program offered by the Small Business Administration (SBA).

This form is used for declaring that goods qualify for preferential treatment under the North American Free Trade Agreement (NAFTA) when being imported into Canada.

This form helps take an extensive account of each different item being imported into Canada in order to ensure anything being imported has met strict inspection measures.

This form is used for declaring exports in Canada. It is available in English and French versions.

This type of document, Form B240, is used for the Canada-Chile Free Trade Agreement. It serves as a Certificate of Origin for goods originating from Canada.

This form is used for obtaining a certificate of origin under the Canada-Colombia Free Trade Agreement for goods imported/exported between Canada and Colombia.

This form is used for documenting rail in transit shipments in Canada. It is available in both English and French languages.

This form is used for recording and summarizing drawback activity in Canada. It is used by the Canada Border Services Agency to track and identify any eligible duty and tax refunds that may be claimed by businesses.

This Form is used for applying for an Import/Export Permit in Canada. It is available in both English and French.

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