Exporting goods to the international market has complexities, which neglecting them may waste human and financial investments. Exporting, like any other commercial work, requires foresight, planning, familiarity with scientific methods, necessary mobility and gaining the trust of foreign buyers. The steps of exporting goods by Sharif International Trading Group are carried out as follows:


Studying foreign markets through negotiating with potential buyers, using official information and statistics, and participating in target market exhibitions.


Providing and signing contract

Negotiating details of the terms of sale, including the price, method of payment, delivery time, etc., and finally concluding the contract based on the provisions of the seller under the supervision of the company's lawyers in the destination country.


Issuing commercial documents

Obtaining and issuing all necessary licenses and documents for export based on international trade laws.



Coordination with the manufacturer to optimize the export packaging, which increases the attractiveness of the product in the target market.


Insurance and Transportation

Cooperation with reliable international transport and insurance companies to deliver goods to the destination country with maximum speed and reliability and minimum cost and risk.



The ability to receive payment for the exported goods in foreign bank accounts, which ensures the customer's receipt of payment.



Carrying out the steps of importing goods in a planned way makes the desired goods available to the customer at the lowest cost and in the shortest time. using scientific ways in Sharif International Trading Group helps us provide the best buying conditions to our esteemed customers.



Receiving the general specifications of the product desired by the customer, including quantity, quality, suggested price and technical specifications; Then, research and review of the documents and procedures required to import the desired product.


The Purchase procedure

  1. Conducting preliminary surveys of the source market and research on suppliers and their sales conditions.
  2. Qualitative evaluation of suppliers in terms of market share in the country of origin, amount of exports, equipment and machinery technology, having the necessary licenses and quality of production line management.
  3. Obtaining the initial technical and financial proposals and presenting them to the customer along with providing a summary of the quality evaluation of the suppliers.
  4. Receiving a sample of the desired product or coordinating a visit in person if requested by the customer to compare, evaluate and make a decision to choose the right supplier.
  5. Obtaining the final proforma invoice after negotiation regarding the price and terms of purchase according to the customer's intent.
  6. Arranging and concluding the purchase contract under the supervision of the company's lawyers based on the domestic laws of the country of origin.


Import procedure

The beginning of the stages of importing goods includes: order registration, insurance, coordination of transportation, payment of goods based on the agreed payment method (cash, remittance, letters of credit, etc.), receiving the manufactured goods from the factory and handing them over to the representative of the transportation company, Receiving all shipping documents and checking for non-conformity of documents, obtaining necessary approvals for shipping documents if needed and obtaining clearance and preparing documents for goods clearance.



The process of goods clearance begins after the goods arrive at the country's customs by expert clearance agents, according to the type of goods, in the shortest time and at the lowest cost, and finally, the internal transportation of the goods and its delivery at the desired location of the customer.