SERVICES

IMPORTING SERVICES FOR CUSTOMIZED ITEMS

If you don’t find the type of neoprene that you need in our warehouse, you can ask for a “customized” production choosing the thickness, rubber, finishing of linings…
We’ll handle all shipping practices, the importation and the delivery of the product directly into your warehouse!

If you prefer, you can manage on your own the importation logistic of complete containers or groupage, handling every step until the final delivery of the ordered product with the fulfilment of importation, transport, customs practices.

Depending on the sheet’s quantity that you need you can choose importation by ship o by plane.

Importation by ship (Minimum 20 sheet per type )

It’s done when neoprene orders are quite significant.

Minimum quantity to order is 20 sheet per type (identical in thickness, finishing, colors….)

QUOTATIONS:

- In Euro for small quantities.
- In USD in case of entire trunks ( nearly 70-75 cm of neoprene).


TIME DELIVER

For the moment of your order confirm, deliver times are indicatively:

- 90 – 100 days for importation together with a material for our usage.
- 30 – 40 day for a reserved importation, with FOB delivery.


PAYMENT MODE

- For Euro offers: before the shipping from our warehouse to yours.
- For USD offers: in two payments. A deposit when you confirm the order and final payment before the departure of the ship.

Importation by plane (minimum 5 sheets per type)

It’s done when neoprene order are few sheets.

The minimum quantity to order is 5 sheets per type (identical in thickness, finishing, colors….) or in case of sample sheets, 1 sheet per type (until a maximum of 10 different sheets).

Importation by plane of 1 sample sheet (until a maximum of 10 sheets)

It’s done when neoprene orders are few sheets.

Minimum quantity to order is 5 sheets per type (identical in thickness, finishing, colors….), or in case of sheet sampling , 1 sheet per type (until a maximum of 10 different sheets).

QUOTATIONS:

– in Euro con l’indicazione del supplemento per l’importazione via aerea di circa € 20,00 a foglio.


TIME DELIVER

For the moment of your order confirm, deliver times are indicatively:

- 90 – 100 days for importation together with a material for our usage.
- 30 – 40 day for a reserved importation, with FOB delivery.


PAYMENT MODE

– anticipato prima della spedizione della merce dal nostro magazzino alla tua sede

Meanining of iconterm terms:

Contraction of International Commercial Terms, these are the terms used in the field of imports and exports, valid worldwide, which defines clearly and unmistakably every right and responsible duty to the various legal entities involved in a transfer operation goods from one country to another.

The term Ex Works, also known by the acronym EXW, means one of the contractual clauses used in international trade; these terms of surrender which mainly concern the transport field are encoded in international Incoterms in their latest edition of 2010 (new code took effect on 01/01/2011 as an adjustment to the previous edition 2000).
This yield, is the only one of the first group, called E, derived from the term “ex”, “departure.” The EXW notation, which must be complete by specifying a location, is whath binds the seller to simply prepare the goods on its premises (factory, warehouse etc.) on the agreed date, supplying exclusively the documentation suitable for the export from the origin country.
The buyer, will handle the Customs export operation (in case he is unable, the yield will have to be changed in FCA), will organize the transport and pay all costs, taking also all risks until the final destination. The symmetrical yield of “Ex Works” is the Delivered Duty Paid.

The expression Free On Board (also occasionally and erroneously defined as Freight On Board), also known by the acronym FOB, it means one of the contractual clauses used in international trade; these terms of surrender which mainly concern the transport field are encoded in international Incoterms. This specific notation, created for maritime transport from here the usual translation of Franco on board a ship, enstablish that the responsibility of the seller are all transportation costs until the boarding area, including any costs for loading on board the ship, as well as expenses for obtaining licenses and documentation for the exportation from the origin country and those for export customs operations.
From the moment the goods are considered ready to leave all other expenses are charged to buyer, including the cost of insurance. Regarding to the responsibility of the goods, this passes from seller to buyer at the time when the goods themselves physically exceeds the vertical side of the ship. The expression of this delivery term is considered complete with the indication of the loading port (e.g FOB Genoa). From this term had been borrowed, even if no longer correct, although the terms FOR (Free on Rail) and FOT (Free on Truck) respectively are use if the transport is via rail or truck. In the case of rail, road and air transport the equivalent term is Free Carrier (FCA).

The term Cost and Freight, also known by the acronym CFR, means one of the contractual clauses used in international trade; these terms of surrender which mainly concern the transport field are encoded in the international Incoterms. This specific notation, in use in transport by ship, enstablish that the responsibility of the seller are all the costs of transport until their destination, including any costs for unloading the ship, as well as expenses for obtaining licenses and documentation for the exportation from the origin’s country and those for export customs operations. Buyer’s charge are the insurance costs while the seller is obliged to promptly notify all the data necessary for the execution of the policy against the risks.
From the moment the goods are unloaded in the port of arrival, all other expenses are to be considered by the buyer, including customs costs in the target country.
The formulation of this delivery term is considered complete with the indication of the destination’s port (e.g C.F.R. Livorno). Often it is also inappropriately used when freight transports are by road or rail, in this cases would have preferred another terms. In the same group of terms of yield, defined as group C, also belong CIF Cost, Insurance and Freight, Carriage Paid To CPT and CIP Carriage and Insurance Paid to.

The term Cost and Freight, also known by the acronym CFR, means one of the contractual clauses used in international trade; these terms of surrender which mainly concern the transport field are encoded in the international Incoterms. This specific notation, in use in transport by ship, enstablish that the responsibility of the seller are all the costs of transport until their destination, including any costs for unloading the ship, as well as expenses for obtaining licenses and documentation for the exportation from the origin’s country and those for export customs operations.
Buyer’s charge are the insurance costs while the seller is obliged to promptly notify all the data necessary for the execution of the policy against the risks. From the moment the goods are unloaded in the port of arrival, all other expenses are to be considered by the buyer, including customs costs in the target country.
The formulation of this delivery term is considered complete with the indication of the destination’s port (e.g C.F.R. Livorno). Often it is also inappropriately used when freight transports are by road or rail, in this cases would have preferred another terms. In the same group of terms of yield, defined as group C, also belong CIF Cost, Insurance and Freight, Carriage Paid To CPT and CIP Carriage and Insurance Paid to.

The term Delivered Duty Paid, also known by the acronym D.D.P., means one of the contractual clauses used in international trade; these terms of surrender which mainly concern the transport field are encoded in the international Incoterms.
This specific notation, valid for all types of transport, enstablish that the responsibility of the seller are all shipping charges until the agreed target, as well as expenses for obtaining licenses and documentation for export from the origin’s country and those for customs operations always export. The costs for passing through other nations to reach the destination is on seller’s charge and customs operations in the target nation including all charges levied on the goods in the destination country. It is usually agreed the clause that the Value Added Tax (VAT) is charged on the purchaser meanwhile the duty and any other fees are paid by the seller..
The formulation of this delivery term is considered complete with the indication of a specific location (e.g D.D.P. Rome) and can be considered as exactly symmetrical to yield Ex Works with all the risks and to be paid by shipping the material costs. The same group of terms of yield, defined group D, also belong DAF Delivered At Frontier, Delivered Ex Ship DES, DEQ and DDU Delivered Ex Quay Delivered Duty Unpaid..

The term Delivered Duty Unpaid, also known by the acronym D.D.U., it means one of the contractual clauses used in international trade; these terms of surrender which mainly concern the transport field are encoded in the international Incoterms.
This specific notation, particularly valid for transports by road and rail, enstablish that the responsibility of the seller are all shipping charges up to an agreed target, as well as expenses for obtaining licenses and documentation for export from the origin’s country and those for export customs operations. Also the costs for crossing other nations to destination are charged on the seller.
On the purchaser are charged customs operations in the arrival country and all charges levied on the goods in the destination country. The formulation of this delivery term is considered complete with the indication of a specific location (e.g D.D.U. Rome). The same group of terms of yield, defined as group D, also belong DAF Delivered At Frontier, Delivered Ex Ship DES, DEQ Delivered Ex Quay DDP Delivered Duty Paid.

Sublimation print

WHAT IS: heat transfer by sublimation is a indirect printing process.
The process consist in printing on papar with sublimate ink the desired graphic subject in reverse position (symmetrical) thus obtaining a sheet called transfer. The heat transfer operation occurs when the transfer sheet is placed in contact with the fabric to be decorated under the surface of an hot press that will uniformly adhere the paper to the fabric for a given time at a temperature which can vary from 180 to 210 C°.The ink printed on the sheet, due to the sublimation process will turn in gas and the image will be transfered permanently in the synthetic fiber fabric.

ON WHICH FABRIC CAN BE DONE: only on Polyester, Ultrapoly or Duopoly. Not nylon

Digital print

WHAT IS: direct Digital print on fabric is a high quality and innovative technology, that combines the inkjet printers technology with the screen printing inks. The images are printed directly on the fabric and does not use frames, with a considerable reduction of costs compared to screen printing.

ON WHICH FABRIC CAN BE DONE: both nylon and Polyester, with the right ink for the material.

Customized print

There’s the possibility to make personal patterns. We basically need your design (any type) in a vectorial file (e.g ai, eps); this file will be sent to the supplier which will print it on a sublimatic paper.
The fabric will be put together with your chosen neoprene.
Minimum quantity of fabric to purchase is 600 yards and there is a deposit of $ 2,500.00 that will be hold if you don’t collect all materials.
If you have any doubts or need futher informations, please feel free to contact us.
(Attention: yards and USD updated at 29/01/14)