Terms and Conditions


This section included standards and contractual specification for commodities:

Cereals: Wheat, Rice, Rye, Oats, Barley, Corn, Millet, Sorghum, Buckwheat, Amaranth.

Foodstuff: Coriander Seeds: Coriander Seeds Whole (Coriandrum sativum L.); Coriander Seeds Split (Coriandrum sativum L.)
- Milk Powder: Skimmed Milk Powder; Full Cream Milk Powder
- Unhulled Millet
- Sugar: Raw Cane Sugar - ICUMSA 600/1200 RBU; VHP (Very High Polarization); Refined Cane Sugar - ICUMSA 45 RBU
- Walnut
- Wheat flour Grades (USA, Turkey, Ukrainian, Russian)

Feed-stuff: bran, meal, cake, ...

Oilseeds: sunflower, rapeseeds, ...

Pulses: Peas, Chickpea, Vetch, Bean (Dry beans, Kidney bean, haricot bean, pinto bean, navy bean, Lima bean, butter bean, Azuki bean, adzuki bean (Vigna angularis), Mung bean, golden gram, green gram (Vigna radiata), Black gram, Urad (Vigna mungo), Scarlet runner bean (Phaseolus coccineus), Ricebean (Vigna umbellata), Moth bean (Vigna acontifolia), Tepary bean (Phaseolus acutifolius).

Vegoils: sunflower oil, rapeseeds oil, ...

Goods - Commoditities (economics) 
A good in economics is any object, service or right that increases utility, directly or indirectly, not to be confused with the adjective good, as used in a moral or ethical sense (see Utilitarianism and Consequentialism). A good that cannot be used by consumers directly, such as an office building or capital equipment, can also be referred to as a good as an indirect source of utility through resale value or as a source of income.
In macroeconomics and accounting, a good is contrasted with a service. A good here is defined as a physical (tangible) product, capable of being delivered to a purchaser and involves the transfer of ownership from seller to customer, say an apple, as opposed to an (intangible) service, say a haircut. A more general term that preserves the distinction between goods and services is 'commodities'. In microeconomics, a good is often used in this more inclusive sense of the word.

Utility characteristics of goods
A good is an object whose consumption increases the utility of the consumer, for which the quantity demanded exceeds the quantity supplied at zero price. Goods are usually modeled as having diminishing marginal utility. The first car an individual purchases is very valuable; the fourth is much less useful. Thus, in these and similar goods, the marginal utility of additional units approaches zero, as the quantity consumed increases. Assuming that one cannot re-sell it, there is a point at which a consumer would decline to purchase an additional car, even at a price very near zero. This margin of utility is the consumer's satiation point.
In some cases, such as the above example of a car, the lower limit of utility as quantity increases is zero. In other goods, the utility of a good can cross zero, changing from positive to negative through time. This means that what initially is a good can become bad if too much of it is consumed. For example, shots of vodka can have positive utility, but beyond some point, additional units make the consumer less happy.
Some things are useful, but not scarce enough to have monetary value, such as the Earth's atmosphere, these are referred to as free goods.
In economics, a bad is the opposite of a good. Ultimately, whether an object is a good or a bad depends on each individual consumer and therefore, it is important to realize that not all goods are good all the time and not all goods are goods to all people.

Standard (disambiguation).

    A technical standard is an established norm or requirement. It is usually a formal document that establishes uniform engineering or technical criteria, methods, processes and practices.

    A technical standard can also be a controlled artifact or similar formal means used for calibration. Reference Standards and certified reference materials have an assigned value by direct comparison with a reference base. A primary standard is usually under the jurisdiction of a national standards body. Secondary, tertiary, check standards and standard materials may be used for reference in a metrology system. A key requirement in this case is (metrological) traceability, an unbroken paper trail of calibrations back to the primary standard.

This article discusses formal technical standards. In contrast, a custom, convention, company product, corporate standard, etc which becomes generally accepted and dominant is often called a de facto standard.
    A technical standard may be developed privately or unilaterally, for example by a corporation, regulatory body, military, etc. Standards can also be developed by groups such as trade unions, and trade associations. Standards organizations often have more diverse input and usually develop voluntary standards: these might become mandatory if adopted by a government, business contract, etc.
    The standardization process may be by edict or may involve the formal consensus of technical experts.

Types of Standards
The primary types of technical standards are:

- A standard specification is an explicit set of requirements for an item, material, component, system or service. It is often used to formalize the technical aspects of a procurement agreement or contract. For example, there may be a specification for a turbine blade for a jet engine which defines the exact material and performance requirements. 
- A standard test method describes a definitive procedure which produces a test result. It may involve making a careful personal observation or conducting a highly technical measurement. For example, a physical property of a material is often affected by the precise method of testing: any reference to the property should therefore reference the test method used. 
- A standard practice or procedure gives a set of instructions for performing operations or functions. For example, there are detailed standard operating procedures for operation of a nuclear power plant. 
- A standard guide is general information or options which do not require a specific course of action. 
- A standard definition is formally established terminology. 
- Standard units, in physics and applied mathematics, are commonly accepted measurements of physical quantities. 

    The existence of a published standard does not imply that it is always useful or correct. For example, if an item complies with a certain standard, there is not necessarily assurance that it is fit for any particular use. The people who use the item or service (engineers, trade unions, etc) or specify it (building codes, government, industry, etc) have the responsibility to consider the available standards, specify the correct one, enforce compliance, and use the item correctly. Validation of suitability is necessary.
    Standards often get reviewed, revised and updated. It is critical that the most current version of a published standard be used or referenced. The originator or standard writing body often has the current versions listed on its web site.

Coriander Seeds

We are dealing with Coriander Seeds and Coriander Split.

Futures on 11/08/2015

Samples are available upon request and cost of delivery to be paid by buyer.

Please visit Trade section of the site for future details.

Ordinary quality as it mention below but always according to the contract.

Shipment by 40 feet FLCs. Packing - 20 or 25 kg pp bags.

Coriander Seeds Whole (Coriandrum sativum L.)
purity - min 98% 
moisture - max 10%
splits - max 5%

Coriander Seeds Split (Coriandrum sativum L.)
purity - min 98% 
moisture - 10%

Milk Powder

We are dealing with Skimmed Milk Powder SMP UKR Standard grade.
Seller will deliver goods from Ukraine
- on CFR basis Incoterms 2010 to ASWP (any save word port) by containers;
- on DDU basis by truck

Butterfat: 1.50 % max.
Moisture: 5.00 % max.
Protein: 32 % min.
Lactose: 50.00 % approx.
Minerals Минералы: 8.00 % approx.
Titratable acidity: 0.18 %max.
Solubility index: 2.0 ml max.
Sediment-test: Disc B/C
Antibiotics: Absent
Radiation Level: 50 Bq/kg max.

Total plate count: 50.000/g max.
Coliform: absent in 0.1 g.
Salmonella: absent in 25 g.

Millet Hulled

We are dealing with Millet Hulled. 
Moisture max 10%;
Packing - 50 kg PP bags

Seller will deliver Millet Hulled ex Ukraine, Russia and others countries on FOB or CIF basis Incoterms 2010 to ASWP (any save word port) by containers. Payments could be done by LC (Letter of Credit) UCP 600 apply or CAD (cash against documents). Quality always according to the contract.



Rice from Pakistan

Item No.1 
Super Kernal Basmati Rice White                                       
Crop 2009/2010 Agl 7.1mm  100% Shortexed
Broken 2%  Silky Polish
Packing 40 Kgs Cotton Bag

Iten No.2


You can find below spesifications and SCO for: 
Raw Cane Sugar
VHP (Very High Polarization)

Specimen of Soft Corporate Offer for White Refined Cane Sugar Human Consumption

Date: January, 01/2013
Validity: 30 days banking


We representing the main seller with legal and corporate responsibility, report that the we are ready, willing and able to provide, sugar ICUMSA 45 according to the following terms, conditions and procedure:

COMMODITY: White Refined Cane Sugar Human Consumption
QUANTITY: According To The Price List Below
PRICE: According To The Price List Below PER MT - CIF ASWP
DELIVERY: First Shipment in 30/45 days, REMAINING IN 11 MONTHS
PACKING: 50 kg Branded bags packed 1/ 1.5/ 2 MT in bulk in Jumbo sling bags
INSPECTION: S.G.S Inspection at Seller’s Cost at the Commodity at Loading Port.
INSURANCE: 110% to be covered by the Seller


We are dealing with Walnut.
Walnut in Shells caliber 38+ in 10 kg PP bags by 40 feet HC FLCs

Walnut kernels - butterfly (1//2, 1/4)
- golden light color
- dark kolor
- amber

Seller will deliver Walnut from Ukraine or Russia on CFR basis to ASWP (any save word port) by containers. 

Price of Walnut could be send to buyer against LOI and Company Profile but could be changed without notice until contract signed by both parties. 

Payments could be done by LC (Letter of Credit) or CAD (cash against documents) depends on the buyer.

Samples of Walnut are available upon request and cost of delivery to be paid by buyer.

Please visit Trade section of the site for future details of add you comments below. We will revert as soon as possible.

Ordinary quality of Walnut always according to the contract.

On the territory of present Ukraine plantings of nuciferous were widespread already in preglarical period. First records about presence of walnuts in Ukraine appeared in 16th century. In that times walnuts were delivered from monastic gardens to tsars court. 

Beginning from the 21st century square of walnut gardens in Ukraine was about 1.7 thousand of hectares. Annual harvest runs up to 60 000 Mt. This fact characterizes  Ukraine as one of biggest producers of walnuts in Europe and in World as the whole.

Wheat Flour

We are dealing with WHEAT FLOUR ex Ukraine (DSTU 2209-93 Ukrainian standart):Loading in 20/40 FLCs - 18.5/ 26 mt; Packing: 50 kgs PP bags

We can offer Wheat Flour ex Ukraine on CIR basis Incoterms 2010 to ASWP (any save word port) by containers;

Quality always according to the contract.

Quality Wheat Flour High grade:
- Moisture - max 14.5 %;
- Gluten - min 27.0 % (as per ISO);
- Ash - max 0,55 % or whiteness - min 55.0 units;
- Protein - min 11.5 %.

Quality Wheat Flour First grade:
- Moisture - max 14.5 %;
- Gluten - min 28.0 % (as per ISO);
- Ash - max 0,75 % or whiteness - min 36.0 units;
- Protein - min 10.5 %.

Quality Wheat Flour Second grade:
- Moisture - min 14.5 %;
- Gluten - min 23.0 % (as per ISO);
- Ash - max 1.25 % or whiteness min - 15.0 units;
- Protein - min 10 %.

Payments could be done by LC (Letter of Credit) at sight to 1st class EC bank UCP 600 apply.

Please send your firm bid with full details including Company Profile.



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