Unit Seventeen 卖方对支付方式的要求
501.The letter of credit for each order shall reach us 30 days.
502.15-20 days prior to the date of delivery, you should pay against the presentation of the drawn on the opening bank.
503.The payment shall be made by telegraphic transfer to the bank of China , Headoffice ,Beijing, China, for our account, within five business days after the contract signature date.
504.Advance payment of 25% of the contract value shall be paid within 30 days of the date of signing the contract.
505.The payment shall be made by five annual installments of 20% each.
506.We require full payment within 45 days with a 15% discount for cash payment in advance.
507.The total amount must be paid in full upon receipt of the shipping documents.
508.We require payment by L/C to reach us one month prior to the time of shipment.
509.You are requested to pay $5,000 as a down payment.
510.Ten percent of the contract value shall be paid in advance by cash, and 90% by sight draft drawn under an L/C.
511. Payment by L/C is our method of trade in such commodities.
512.Our usual terms of payment are by an irrevocable L/C to be established in the seller’s favour through the bank of China.
513.For exports, we usually adopt irrevocable letters of credit available by seller’s documentary drafts at sight.
514.We usually make payment by letters of credit or adopt some other modes of payment such as immediate payment, deferred payment and payment by installments.
515.We have opened an L/C in your favor through the Bank of China for an amount of￡17,000 to cover the full CIF value of our order No 754.
516.We will start the payment in half a year and all the amounts will be cleared off within 3 years by six installments.
517.We prefer to have the payment made by L/C through the negotiating bank in Sweden.
518.Payments shall be made by us after receipt of the shipping documents specified in clause 10 of this contract.
519.We shall open a letter of credit in your favor to be settled in US dollars.
520.We agree to accept goods in 3 shipments and you may draw on us at 60d/s from the date of dispatch of each shipment.
521.Could you make an exception in our case and accept D/P or D/A?
522.I hope you would leave us some leeway in terms of payment.
523.Would you agree to a 30-day credit period?
524.Because of the money problem, I hope that you can allow us to pay in installments with the first payment after delivery, then we’ll pay the rest once month.
525.We are having some trouble in receiving payment, so we want to ask if we could defer payment until the end of the month.
526.We refer payment after delivery, because these goods are very expensive.
527.We hope to payment by bill of exchange at 30d/s.
528.We hope you can accept payment in other currencies expect in US dollars.
529.We shall be very happy if you can grant us a extension of 2 weeks.
530.We ask to put off the time of our payment 3 months later to facilitate the capital turnover.
531. Please insure for us these products at invoice value plus 10% ( at 110% of the invoice value).
532.We’d like to cover our ordered goods against WPA for 120% of the invoice value according to our usual practice.
533.Please hold us covered for the cargo listed on the attached sheet.
534.For this consignment, we shall cover WPA and risk of breakage for 110% of the invoice value.
535.Our company will insure against all risks for 110% of the invoice value.
536.Please insure the electric fans at 120% of the invoice value.
537.The machines are to be unsured against all risks.
538.We only cover FPA and war risk.
539.There are not delicate goods that can be damaged on the voyage .FPA will be good enough.
540.Our goods are very valuable , so I want insure against all risks.
541.We’d like to get a policy for total loss only for these goods.
542.I’d like to get a AR insurance policy. That way , we will be covered for any kind of loss or damage.
543.I’m afraid that WPA coverage is too narrow for a shipment of this nature. Please extend the coverage to include TPND.
544.Would you insure our goods to be shipped from Shanghai to Lisbon next month?
545.Can you cover our goods against breakage?
546.We should be glad if you would provide cover of $390,000 on computers, in transit from Tokyo to Beijing.
547.Please insure us against all risks $300,000 value of 5,000 sets of “ Butterfly” sewing machines, sailing for New York.
548.Please insure for me against all risks 200 pieces of high-quality furniture valued $20,000.
549.We wishes to insure against all risks for the sum of $1,500 on 3 cases glassware.
550.We shall shortly be making regular shipments of leather goods to Canada, and shall be glad if you will issue an all risks marine insurance policy for $70,000 to cover these shipments.
551.Please give us the policy rates for FPA coverage and for WPA coverage.
552.We require the current insurance rates for land transportation.
553.I have some glassware to be ship to Hongkong. What risks should I cover?
554.What is the insurance premium for these goods?
555.We need to send a shipment to England. We want to find out about your marine insurance.
556.Please let us know the premium of breakage.
557.What kind of insurance do you usually provide ?
558.What kind of insurance can you suggest for these goods? We don’t want to take the risk of losing money because of under unsurance.
559.I have a batch of glassware to be shipped in the fourth quarter, but I don’t know what risks should be covered. I would like to know some details and your advice of course will be highly appreciated.
560.If we insure against free particular average, can you compensate us for all the losses if the ship sinks or bums, or get stuck?
561.Does your company cover all kinds of risks for transportation by sea, land and air?
562.We have insured the shipment for 130% of the invoice value, but the premium for the difference between 130% and 110% should be your account.
563.We have arranged insurance on your consignment of electric motor cars to be shipped in these ten days.
564.We may cover the inland insurance on your behalf, but you will pay the additional premium.
565.We can insure the porcelain vases on you behalf , but at a rather high premium and all the additional premium will be for your account.
566.We shall insure the goods for your behalf.
567.We have covered insurance on these goods for 10% above the invoice value against all risks.
568.We shall effect the insurance of the goods for 110% of their CIF value.
569.We have effected marine insurance on your behalf for the gross amount of the invoice plus 10%.
570.The marine insurance shall covered by us.
571.If cartons are used, please put each chemical in strong polythene bags to ensure protection from dampness.
572.Cases must have an inner lining of stout, water-resistant paper.
573.We do not object to packing in cartons, provided the flaps are glued down and the cartons secured by metal bands.
574.Packing in sturdy wooden cases is essential. Cases must be nailed and secured by overall metal strapping.
575.I would suggest you strengthen the carton with double straps.
576.As the goods will probably be subject to a thorough customs examination, the cases should by of a type which can be easily made fast again after opening.
577.To avoid pilferage, we hope that the goods will be packed in wooden cases instead of in cartons as the cartons are easier to be cut open.
578.We have no objection to your packing the goods in cartons if you guarantee in your sales confirmations that you will pay compensation if we fail to get indemnification from the insurance company for the reason that the goods are not packed in seaworthy wooden cases.
579.We want the machine to be packed each in wooden case supported with soft materials to ensure that the machines thus packed will not shift inside the cases.
580.The green beans can be supplied in bulk or in gunny bags.
581.We asked the factory to use stronger cartons and double straps.
582.Please see to it that each carton is properly sealed, with a fireproof lining inside.
583.We need these goods to be packed in special packing materials even though they may cost us more.
584.We would like to have the screws packed in double gunny bags.
585.In order to avoid any possible damage in transit, we would ask you to pack the goods in strong but small wooden cases.
586.We refer special cartons of 30cm*60cm with two or three dozen to each carton because it’s convenient and easy to handle.
587.You’d better pack them in cartons of 10kg each instead of wooden cases of 6 kg.
588.As you know , paint is a highly inflammable commodity , and extra precautions are necessary. We should like you to have the goods packed in strong metal cartons, each containing 40 tins.
589.Is your normal packing still ten dozen per carton?
590.We hope that the beer is packed six bottles in a box which should be beautiful, durable and easy to carry.
591. The packing must be able to withstand rough handling.
592.When packing, please take into account that the boxes must be able to withstand rough handing and transport over very bad roads.
593.Please give special attention to the packing, or the good could be damaged in transit.
594.Greater care must be given to packing, as any damage in transit would cause us heavy losses.
595.Please ship the goods in strong packing to ensure good condition on arrival.
596.The packing must be in line with local market preference.
597.A large number of the bed spreads we ordered from you last year were found soiled when they reached us . I hope you will take necessary precautions in packing this consignment.
598.Your packing must be seaworthy and can stand rough handling during transit.
599.We hope that the goods should be packed in a manner which ensures their safe arrival at the destination and facilitates their handling in transit.
600.The wooden cases used to pack the goods should be securely strapped.