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EXPORT DECLARATION: CCVO TEMPLATE IN NIGERIA

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EXPORT DECLARATION: WHAT IS A CCVO?

What export declaration are we talking about? CCVO stands for Combined Certificate of Value and Origin. As the name suggests, the certificate is actually a combination of two parts. One part serves to indicate the actual value or price paid or will be paid for imported goods. The other half part of the CCVO authenticates the sources of goods.

Hence, one is not wrong to say that the CCVO is both an invoice and export declaration by manufacturer, seller, exporter or supplier of goods. CCVO as an export declaration document authenticates both the price and origin of goods. In other-words, the CCVO is a customs document used to prove the value and origin of goods imported to Nigeria, and for clearance purposes. This is why the Federal Ministry of Finance mandates that all goods imported to Nigeria be backed by export declaration document – CCVO. The CCVO is to be signed and stamped by the seller or supplier as the case may be.

CCVO TEMPLATE

The following template summarises essential part of the CCVO. You may copy and edit accordingly.

TEMPLATE

FEDERATION OF NIGERIA

NIGERIA FORM          C16PLACE AND DATE : XXXX

Combined Certificate of Value and Origin and Invoice of Goods for Exportation to Nigeria (Form C16)

INVOICE OF…VALUE ON INVOICE

CONSIGNED BY: …CONSGNOR

TO: …CONSIGNEE

TO BE SHIPPED PER: STATE FREIGHT

INVOICE NUMBER: …STATE

COUNTRY OF ORIGINMARKS AND NO OF PACKAGESQUANTITY AND DESCRIPTION OF GOODS
SEE PACKING LISTSEE INFO CIPL
FORM M MF…..Total invoice value
BA # BA…..
OCEAN FREIGHT CHARGES
C&F  MM/Onne, Nigeria
Enumerate the following charges and state whether each has been included or excluded from the above selling priceState if included or excluded
1)  Cartage to rail and/or docksEXCLUDED
2)  Inland freight and other chargesEXCLUDED
3)  Labour in packing the goods into outside packagesEXCLUDED
4)  Value of outside packagesEXCLUDED
5) SEAFREIGHTIncluded
6)  MARINE INSURANCEEXCLUDED
7)  Commissions and other charges of like natureEXCLUDED
8)  Other costs, dues, charges and expenses incidental to the delivery of the articlesEXCLUDED
9)  If the goods are subject to any charge by way of royaltiesEXCLUDED
CERTIFICATE OF VALUE
I, NEWAYXX suppliers of  the goods enumerated in this invoice xxxx  amounting to€ 0.00
 Hereby declare that I have the authority to make and sign this certificate on behalf of the aforesaid supplier and
that I have the means of knowing and I do hereby certify as follows:
1) That this invoice is in all respects correct and contains a true and full statement of the price actually paid or to be paid for the
said goods, and the actual quantity thereof.
2) That no different invoice of the goods mentioned in the said invoice has been or will be furnished to anyone
3) That no arrangement or understanding affecting the purchase price of the said goods has been or will be made or entered into
between the said exporter and purchaser or by anyone on behalf or either of them either by way of discount, rebate,
compensation or in any manner whatever other than as fully shown on this invoice.
CERTIFICATE OF ORIGIN
1) That all goods mentioned in this invoice have been wholly produced or manufactured in the
2) That all the goods mentioned in this invoice have been either wholly or partially produced or manufactured in the N/A
 
3) That as regards those goods only partially produced or manufactured,
a) the final process or processes of manufacture have been pro-formed in N/A
b) the expenditure in material produced and/or labour performed in _____N/A______ calculated subject to qualifications here-under,
 In the case of all such goods is not less than 25 per cent of the factory or works costs of all such goods in their finished state.
4)  That in the calculation of such proportion of material produced and/or labour performed none of the following items has been
Included or considered.
Manufacturer’s profit, or remuneration of any trader, agent, broker or other person dealing in the goods in their finished condition;
royalties; cost of outside packages, or any cost of packing the goods there into, any cost conveying, insuring or shipping the goods

READ ALSO: IMPORTATION BUSINESS; STEP-BY-STEP IMPORTING INTO NIGERIA

In Summary:

The CCVO is an export declaration document that indicates value and origin of the goods. Nigerian Custom has asked that all importation be accompanied by a CCVO under the Destination Inspection (DI) scheme. You can check that here.

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