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12 Tips For Safe Importation Of Wholesales Electronics From China To Nigeria by bowagateglobal: 3:23pm On Aug 06, 2021
When it comes to importing wholesale electronics from China, Nigeria is a lucrative market. The country has the world’s third-largest population and its economy is growing at almost 6% per year.

Tip #01: Check the safety standards for your product: For example, if you’re importing electronics from China to Nigeria, it is important that they are CE certified and comply with Nigerian import regulations. This way, you can ensure a safe shipment of goods without running into any regulatory trouble!

Tip #02: Work only with a Company with Established Reputation: Make sure that the company you work with has an established reputation in your industry. It’s always best not to go cheap because there’s no such thing as free shipping when it comes time to return faulty items – or worse yet cancel orders due to quality issues! Find out which companies have been around long enough so that their name carries weight before engaging them for international trade.

Tip #03: Chose a Shipping Company with Experience in Wholesale Electronic: Choose a shipping company that has experience with importing wholesale electronics from China to Nigeria. You need someone who is accustomed to the regulatory requirements in place, knows what needs to be done at customs, and will help you make sure your shipment gets through without any problems – not only for this first time but every future import!

Tip #04: Get insurance on all orders or shipments of goods: This is very important so they can be replaced if anything happens during transit. This way, there are no surprises when something goes wrong – plus it provides peace of mind knowing your investment was protected against unforeseen events like international flight delays, airport closures due to natural disasters, and more.

Tip #05: Always have a contingency plan in place for any unforeseen events: For example, what if your shipment is delayed due to weather or customs? What will you do with the inventory that’s sitting on the warehouse floor and cannot be sold without risking an expired date? How will you keep up with demand from customers who are clamoring for their pre-ordered items before they run out of stock and how can you reorder more from China once this emergency situation has been resolved? If all goes well, then these contingencies won’t even need to come into play – but it pays to think ahead!

Tip #06: Make sure you have all the necessary paperwork: This includes certificates of origin, commercial invoices, and more. All these documents are required by Nigerian customs officials before they will allow your shipment through – so without them, it’s a no-go! Don’t forget that there may also be import tariffs on certain products based on their classification; if this is the case with your product then make sure you know what those rates are as soon as possible so that you can factor in some additional costs when budgeting for international trade.

Tip #07: Refuse Acceptance on Orders that do not meet Standard Laws: If an order does not meet quality standards or specifications set out by Nigerian law and regulations, refuse acceptance – even if the client insists on it. You have the right to refuse delivery of any goods that do not meet safety standards in your country and even if you are shipping wholesale electronics from China for Nigeria, this rule still applies!

Tip #08: Ensure Correct Classification of imported items: Make sure all items being imported into Nigeria are correctly classified so they will be subject to the appropriate import tariff rates or other regulatory requirements such as special licenses. This way, there is no confusion about what is permitted entry, and customs officials know how much duty should be paid before clearing them through – plus you’ll avoid penalties by making sure everything complies with Nigerian law!

Tip #09: Ask for a complete list of import tariffs before submitting your order: Before submitting your order to Customs Officials, you should ask for a perfect list of import tariffs. This way, you’ll know what the rates are and can factor them into your budget so that there is no unpleasant surprise later on down the road! You don’t want to be a victim of excessive or accumulated expenses that may have negative effects on your business.

Tip #10: Understand the different tariff rates for import: For example, if a product is classified as “agricultural machinery” then it will be subject to an additional 200% duty rate!

Tip #11: Always request a certificate of origin for any goods being imported into Nigeria: The Importance of the Certificate of Origin can not be over-emphasized. This will ensure that everything is in compliance with Nigerian law and it’s the only way to prove where your products were manufactured – so without this, you could be fined or even blacklisted by Nigerian customs officials!

Tip #12: Beware of scams
You need to be on the lookout when importing wholesale electronics from China to Nigeria. These come in many forms but most often take the form of false web addresses, emails asking for bank account details or other sensitive information, and more. If something seems suspicious then don’t click on links – just delete them immediately!


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