Most car consumers have resorted to ordering for cars through the Internet because they get cars at LOW PRICES , GOOD SERVICES & CARS ARE OF HIGH QUALITY. The whole world is aware of the fact that used Japanese used cars are the cheapest in this planet. Moreover, the used Japanese cars come with many bundled accessories, which make buying a used Japanese car more profitable. All the used Japanese cars that are sold will be in top condition. The looks of the used Japanese cars will be as good as the new ones. With all these good things, has anyone wondered why these Japanese used cars are sold for dead cheap prices? Just keep reading on the article to know the top 3 reasons behind the cheap pricing of the used Japanese cars and the great availability of the same.
Nowadays, Japan is a wonderful and developed country with high technology and hard working peoples. Also, Japan is a country where we find factories that produce cars for example Toyota. Moreover, there is a company found in Japan that is used to sell the Japanese used cars. It is called CAR FROM JAPAN. this company is important in selling Japanese used cars.
CAR FROM JAPAN is a company that has a large number of Japanese used cars, trucks and vans, and each day, more cars are arrived to the company. These cars that are found in CAR FROM JAPAN, are of a good and high quality as it is argued that, there is a professional mechanic on their staff to check vehicles.
Buyers or customers from all international countries can buy certain cars from this company after meeting with the prices of the cars of there choices that are available in the stocks of CAR FROM JAPAN. The prices that are given to these cars are cheaper. At a cheaper price, you can get a car of your choice; a car with good quality also.
For the international buyers, there is no reason to worry about getting their vehicles because CAR FROM JAPAN is very experienced in shipping internationally. And their shipping partners are always ready to send your vehicle to you immediately.
Then, there is another important activity which is done by CAR FROM JAPAN. This is providing promotional offerings. In this promotion, the company offers two cars to two persons, voucher of 500$ to 5 peoples and also a voucher of 100$ to 100 peoples. And a person that is allowed to participate in this promotion must be only over 18 years old.
Thus, I PHILIPPE TUGIRUMUREMYI need to participate in this promotion so that I may get chances to win any car or even win any voucher provided. And allow me to be a candidate to compete on this promotion of CAR FROM JAPAN. And I will be happy if I find myself in winners; but also if I am not in winners, I will always praise this lovely activity of donating cars and vouchers to peoples. Kindly, thank you very much for this occasion!
Furthermore, you should pick me as the winner for this reason:
I want be the representative of your sponsors and also of your brand in my locality or even my country. Here in Rwanda, cars from japan with brand name Toyota are more accurate, means that Rwandan peoples like cars from Japan for real. Obviously, in Rwandan minds, cars from Japan are of good quality. For this reason, it will be a pleasure to work for this company to help the increase of different Japanese cars of different brand names with good qualities in my country. Moreover, this will increase the recognition of the company which would lead to easy distribution of it’s activities and products because many peoples will be able to get every required information about the company and it’s services. And I think that peoples from my locality to buy these Japanese used cars will increase.
Briefly, thanks CAR FROM JAPAN for helping peoples in getting quality Japanese used cars at cheaper prices. And also many thanks to sponsors that are giving their own to enable this promotion to happen.
Bill of Lading is a legal document between the shipper of used car from Japan and the carrier specifying the type, quantity and destination of the cars being carried. The bill of lading also serves three important purposes:
- As a receipt of shipment when the car is delivered to the destination port.
- As an evidence for the contract of carriage.
- As a document of ownership.
Bill of Lading must be sent along with the shipped car, in any form of transportation, and must be signed by authorized representatives from the carrier, shipper and receiver.
It is an important document used in the transportation of cars, vehicles and other goods all over the world. As a document of title, it is also an important financial instrument and contains the following information:
- Consignor’s/Exporter’s and Consignee’s/Importer’s name.
- Name of departure and destination ports.
- Vessel’s name
- Date of Departure.
- Itemized list of cars being transported with number of packages and kind of packaging.
- Marks and numbers of the packages.
- Weight and/or volume of the cargo.
- Freight rate and amount.
B/L can be both negotiable and non-negotiable. In non-negotiable form, a sea waybill may be issued instead of bill of lading as Under Article III of the Hague,Visby Rules, a carrier must, on demand, provide the shipper with a bill of lading; but if the shipper agrees, a lesser document such as a “sea waybill” may be issued instead.
The main difference between bill of lading and sea waybill is that the sea waybill does not grant title of the cars to the bearer, and as a result there is no need for the physical document to be presented for the vehicles to be released. The carrier will automatically release the cars to the consignee once the import formalities have been completed. This results in a much smoother flow of trade.
However, for Letter of Credit transactions, In negotiable form, Bill of Lading is commonly used in letter of credit transactions and may be bought, sold, or traded, or used as a security for borrowing money. It is important to retain title to the cars until the transaction is complete. This means that the bill of lading still remains a vital document within international trade.
All the Japanese used cars exported to the different countries in the world are accompanied with the Bill of Lading as an important document and is required in almost all the countries at the time of clearing the vehicle at the destination port.
A bill of lading is required in all claims for compensation for any damage, delay, or loss; and for the resolution of disputes regarding ownership of the cars in some cases. The rights, responsibilities, and liabilities of the carrier and the shipper under a bill of lading (often printed on its back) are governed generally either by the older Hague rules, or by the more recent Hague, Visby rules.
The paper bill of lading is associated with difficulties such as cost and inefficiency. To overcome these problems the paper bill of lading must be replaced with an electronic bill of lading or BL. The EB/L must be made legal and functional equivalent to paper bill of lading and replicate its core functions such as receipt, evidence of contract of carriage and if negotiable then as a document of title.