Select a Commercial Invoice
A Commercial Invoice is provided by the person or corporation that is exporting an item across international borders to customs officials as a declaration.
Use the information provided below as a guideline if creating your own commercial invoice. Any questions you may have can be answered by your customs broker. If you do not have a customs broker, CSA Transportation can recommend one for you.
*A lack of Importer Tax ID No. is one of the most frequent reasons shipments are delayed. Without this number your customs paperwork cannot be processed.
Company Name, Complete Address (Address, City, State, Zip, Country), Contact Person, Phone/Fax
Company Name, Complete Address (Address, City, State, Zip, Country), Contact Person, Phone/Fax, Importer Tax ID No.
Complete Product Listing
For prepackaged goods (first aid kit, etc), list each item contained within the package separately.
Number of Packages
The total number of packages in the shipment.
Price of Goods
This will include both the per unit price, and the total price paid (or payable) for goods described on the invoice.
Country of Origin
If all items do not originate from the same place, list the country of origin for each.