Customs Declaration: It is the document submitted to the customs administration after it is filled out in accordance with the Customs Legislation for Export and approved by the relevant exporter association. 8 (eight) copies of the Uniform Customs Declaration are prepared. The first, second and third copies are used in export transactions.

Commercial Invoice: It is a document issued on behalf of the buyer regarding the goods sold. The commercial invoice prepared by the exporter must comply with the legislation of the importing country.

Titles and addresses of the buyer and seller, type/description of the goods, quantity of the goods, weight of the goods, price of the goods, delivery method, plate number/wagon number/ship name/flight number depending on the size of the vehicle (if not known), loading and unloading ports, freight and Insurance-related information is listed as (if requested by the buyer). Some information other than the above may also appear on commercial invoices.

Proforma Invoice: The invoice stating a quote is called "Proforma", and the final one is called "original" invoice. It is the beginning of trade. It is an offer sent by the seller to the buyer, containing the name, feature, quantity, price, delivery and payment method of the goods to be sold, and the status of the shipment. If the buyer places the order upon this offer and takes action according to the payment method, then the finalized sale invoice will turn into a final sales invoice or commercial invoice. The word proforma invoice is definitely included here.

In addition, for goods that will be subject to change during transportation, the invoice issued in the period until the invoice to be issued according to their exact condition at the time of delivery is called "provisional" or "temporary" invoice. In order to benefit from some exemptions provided by special trade agreements, there is a "consular invoice" issued by the consulate of the country to which the goods are sent to document the source of the goods. A "certified invoice" is obtained as a result of having the commercial invoice issued by the exporting company to the foreign buyer approved by the consulate of the importing countries. When selling with CF or CIF delivery methods, freight is paid by the seller. In the sales invoice for the goods, the freight charge may be included in the cost of the goods or shown separately. This invoice is called “freight invoice”.

Certificate of Origin: It is a document showing the place of production of the goods subject to export. It is a document prepared by the exporter and his representative in our country and approved by the Chamber to which he is affiliated. It is used to determine customs duties.

A.TR Movement Certificate: It is issued for goods transported directly from Turkey to the European Union and from the European Union to Turkey.

EUR. 1 Movement Certificate: It is a certificate of origin that is duly issued by the customs administrations of the exporting country or the organizations authorized by these administrations and visaed to the customs administrations in order to ensure that products originating from Turkey and the European Coal Steel Community countries can benefit from the provisions of the agreement.

Standard Control Certificate (Certificate of Inspection): It is a document showing whether the exported products comply with certain standards. The document in question is issued by the Standardization Inspectors Group Presidency in Foreign Trade within the Provincial Organization Directorates of the Undersecretariat of Foreign Trade.

International Origin and Plant Health Certificate (Phytosanitary): It is a document issued by the Agricultural Quarantine Directorates of the Provincial Directorate of Agriculture in order to show that these products do not contain diseases, harmful substances and drug residues in the export of plants, sand legumes, fresh fruits and vegetables.

Health Certificate For Animal Export: It is a document issued by the Provincial Directorate of Agriculture stating that animals and animal products are healthy for export.

Stock Exchange Registration Declaration: It is requested from the exporter in the customs exit procedures of agricultural products in order to register agricultural products, to prevent tax losses and evasion, to reduce bureaucratic procedures and to develop stock exchanges.

Ata Carnet: This carnet is prepared for the purpose of promoting goods abroad, as a passenger or cargo.

Radiation Analysis Certificate (Radiation-Free Certificate / Yellow Certificate): It is a document issued by Turkish Atomic Energy that shows whether the products pose any danger in terms of radiation.

Bill of Lading (Bill of Lading): A bill of lading is essentially a negotiable instrument that represents the commodity. It is arranged by the transportation company that ships the goods. It is the most important document proving the shipment. In most cases it is negotiable. Bills of lading can be issued in the name of the sender, the order sent or only the order of the shipper. It can be issued in the name of the intermediary bank and subsequently endorsed to the sender.