How goods are moved ?
What costs arise ?

Scheme of work

The client alone is working with the supplier on the supply project. The supplier issues their offer to the client, with price and delivery terms. The client then sends it's offer us. Any further arrangements needed for the purchase and delivery of goods to the warehouse will be arranged by us.

How goods are moved ?

 No action by the client is required. The client receives information regarding the movement of goods and the forecast of delivery time.

1. Placing and order confirmation

A regular supply contract is signed between SLP Global and the client, with a specification of equipment attached. Price is pre-determined and based on the CP of the supplier and estimated cost of transportation and processing.

2. Transportation and customs clearance


No action by the client is required. The client receives information regarding the movement of goods and the forecast of delivery time.

3. Registration and shipment

 

The client receives notification of a cargo arriving at a warehouse. SLP makes a calculation of costs for shipping and processing and determines the final sale price to the SLP-client. Shipment is made by TORG-12. 

What costs arise?

How is it documented ?

Everything is issued via an ordinary supply agreement.

Each delivery is accompanied by a formalized specification and a standard set of documents: Receipt, TORG-12 invoice.

Safe custody

If necessary, the delivered goods can be stored in our warehouse and shipped on the client's instruction to the address of the client (or the client's customers' to address). At the same time we undertake the design of a complete set of commodity-transport and accounting documents.

The list of Warehouse services:

  • Repacking
  • Product recount
  • Depalletization
  • Single-piece storage
  • Preparation of shipping documents
    and many others.