The Form NXP is a mandatory statutory document to be completed by all exporters for shipment of goods outside Nigeria.
Any customer willing to engage in export business is required to register with the Nigeria Export Promotion Council. In addition, any export transaction should have the following documents:
- A duly completed NXP Form ( 6 Copies)
- A Proforma Invoice
- Nigerian Export Promotion Council (N.E.P.C) Certificate.
- Corporate Affairs Commission (C.A.C) Certificate
- Request For Information (R.F.I) Form
- A Contract agreement, where applicable.
- Relevant Certificate of Quality issued by one or more government agencies.
- Shipping documents e.g Bill of Lading, Commercial invoice e.t.c
- Other certificates e.g Form EUR-1 for goods being exported to Europe.
The shipping documents to be submitted to the bank by the exporter include:
- Bill of Exit
- Bill of ladingFinal invoice
- EUR certificate (A certificate issued after pre-shipment inspection, for goods going to Europe)
- Commercial Invoice
- Packing List
- Certificate of Origin
- Clean Certificate of Inspection (CCI)
Customs Duty Collection
All importation into the country must be done by opening a form M, whether valid for FX or not. Customs duty payment can only be processed at the bank where the form M was opened except where the Bank that approved the form M is not a Duty Collecting Bank.
Payment Instruments : A customer can pay duty using any of the following:
- GTBank draft
- The customer’s GTB cheque
- Other bank’s draft and cheque (receipt is issued after draft/cheque has cleared)
- Electronic transfers
- NDCC (Negotiable Duty Credit Certificate)