A Proforma Invoice is a document issued by the exporter or seller of goods, sent to the importer or buyer of goods, to confirm and request payment for an order. The Proforma Invoice will contain all important product details, product values, currency, IncoTerm, seller and buyer information, lead times and shipping details including the port of loading and port of discharge. The Proforma invoice for International Trade confirms the products that have been ordered and includes bank details requesting payment. If the Proforma Invoice does not contain all relevant information it can cause confusion and delays to your order. A buyer will issue a Purchase Order document that will match all details of the Proforma Invoice. Both parties will have to counter sign both documents as these documents represent a legally binding agreement between the buyer and seller. See example of a Proforma Invoice layout template form. Create and download Proforma invoice template using IncoDocs.
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