Certificate of origin

Certificate of origin,

Definition of Certificate of origin:

  1. Documents that indicate the country of origin of the shipment. It is used between members of the trade bloc or when they have special rights over goods manufactured in a given country. Original certificates are issued by trade promotion offices or chambers of commerce in the exporting country. Also called a manifesto.

How to use Certificate of origin in a sentence?

  1. You can request the original certificate to notify you that you have received the original version.
  2. The new shipment is accompanied by a certificate informing our company where the item actually arrived.
  3. If you wish to send this package to the United States, you will first need a Certificate of Evidence from the Chamber of Commerce.

Meaning of Certificate of origin & Certificate of origin Definition