Setting your export price list

When preparing an export price list, in many cases, the following costs may apply and should be added to each item in your product line to be exported:

  • Fixed costs
  • Shipping ex factory to port of departure
  • Air or sea freight and insurance
  • Import duty and taxes
  • Customs clearance/broker fee
  • Ground transportation from port of entry to warehouse or customer, as appropriate
  • Warehousing fees, if applicable
  • Agent's commission or importer's mark-up, as appropriate
  • Break-bulk fees, if third party warehouse applies
  • Packaging and labelling to local standards
  • Product certification, if required
  • Product liability insurance
  • Advertising and promotional costs
  • Different methods for calculating the price of your product