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Invoice and Packing List
Invoice and Packing List are documents that must be presented when transporting goods, so that everything follows the requirements of the ordinance.

According to provisional measure No. 135, of October 30, 2003, Chapter III of the provisions relating to customs legislation:

Invoice - Invoice - Commercial Invoice

I- Complete identification and address of the people involved in the transaction: importer/exporter;

acquirer (buyer)/supplier (seller), manufacturer, purchasing or sales agent and commercial representative (stating percentage of commission, if applicable);

II – Destination of imported goods:

industrialization or consumption, incorporation into the asset, resale or other purpose;


III – Complete description of the merchandise:

all characteristics necessary for tax classification, species, trademark, model, commercial or scientific name and other attributes established by the Federal Revenue Secretariat that confer its commercial identity;

IV – Unit value (sales unit: dozen, pair, box, etc.) and net weight per item;

V – Payment method (in advance, in cash, against documents, 30, 60, 90, 180 and up to 360 days or more);


VI – Letterhead with signature in blue pen.  

Shipping List - Cargo Packaging - Packing List
According to Ordinance 135, the shipping list and commercial invoice are mandatory documents for customs clearance.
The function of the packing list is to facilitate sampling checking and identification of the location of a requested item.

The Packing List must contain:

  • Volume quantity;

  • Type of volume (wooden or plastic cardboard box, pallet, metal container, drum, bale, can, etc.);

  • Numbering or marking of volumes;

  • Net and gross weight of each volume in kg (kilograms);

  • Contents of each volume;

  • Dimensions of each volume.

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