We manufacture adhesive labels that you affix to garments
We manufacture adhesive labels that you affix to garments that has size and brand printed on them. Because we supply most of our labels to garment factories in middle eastern countries, they are frequently stored improperly, in containers exposed to extreme temperatures. Frequently this compromises the quality of the label and its adhesion to the garment. We have devised a warning label for the sticker boxes outlined below and are wondering whether any of the verbiage has to be verified by Bureau Veritas or outside source before we can enforce?Please review below:WARNING:This sticker cannot be exposed to any direct heat.l Suitable room temperature for storage and preservation is between 73.4°+2°F or 23±2℃, and relative humidity should be kept at 50±5%.l Avoid direct pressure on stickers by not stacking cartons. Excessive weight will hinder sticker performance and adhesion.Please maintain proper air circulation around product at all times.Do not store product in a closed storage area, shipping container or other such area that is exposed to extreme heat or direct sunlight.l Please use product upon receipt as optimum shelf life is limited to 6 months if stored properly. Performance of product beyond this time cannot be guaranteed by nominated supplier if not handled properly.
Hello, I am looking to sell ivory figurines from the 20th C
Hello, I am looking to sell ivory figurines from the 20th C but I do not know exactly how old they are. The CITES agreement I believe affects ivory from 1947 onwards and I would like to know how it affects my ability to sell these pieces, if I can sellthem at all. I would be selling from Florida but the buyer could be anywhere in the world.
I shipped wood flooring with a company. The shipment was suppose
I shipped wood flooring with a company. The shipment was suppose to go Morocco. The shipper sent it to Morocco via Spain. When it go to Spain because the content was wood customs decided to check it and requested sanitary certificate. The shipper got it and sent to Spain then shipment was released to continue. However, the agent in Spain requested to be paid for unloading freigth and customs fees. The shipper is asking me to pay for that. Am I at fault. is it my respsonsibility to pay for those fees. please, advise
I am thinking of forming an LLC for an internet based company.
I am thinking of forming an LLC for an internet based company. Initially, the anticipated revenues should come from ad royalties. At some point in the future, I may sell additional services.I am interested in the privacy that Wyoming and Nevada offer shareholders. Also, I heard that Arizona has a clause that allows for International commerce. I live in TX. Could you tell me if I file an LLC in another state, 1. Does TX also require that I file articles of incorporation in TX? 2. What are the limitations in TX for an LLC related to international commerce vs. Arizona?3. What are the pro/cons for LLC shareholders related to privacy?4. Does TX LLC entail the charge order protection?Thank you!
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i need to learn everything there is to know about australian
i need to learn everything there is to know about australian business law, and also have a good insight into international trade laws etc.what are the best books to buy to get a full grasp on the above?i need a full list starting from the basics to the advanced levels in all aspects of australian business law especially.
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1. Do you have a sample contract in dealing with a Chinese
1. Do you have a sample contract in dealing with a Chinese import export company based in China? We have a draft contract prepared by a Chinese company accepting our quotation to build 60 pressure vessels in our machine shop. The contract is prepared in both english and Chinese. It is a short and to the point contract. They have requested that we can make changes and create a final contract.2.Do you have any experience in international trade contracts with China? We would like to add a few clauses to the contract that protect us from any unknown tariffs, and also wording to include freight charges for all the logistics involved in shipping a 40ft container from houston to the Port in L.A, and then on to Ho Chi Minh Port in Vietnam.3.Can we just prepare a final contract in English and request that they re-write the final contract in English and Chinese per our changes? Do you forsee any problems in doing so?
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I am about to form a new company that will do international
I am about to form a new company that will do international trading (import/export). And I might become partners with the main party i will be doing business with. My Question is:What type of company i should form? LLC, corp etc.What state should I create the company on, I hear good things about Delaware or does it matter?Thank you