What Does Letter of Intent - LOI Mean? An agreement that describes in detail a corporation's intention to execute a corporate action. The letter of intent is created by the corporation with its management and legal council, among others, and outlines the details of the action. Explain of Letter of Intent - LOI. Letters of intent are used during the merger and acquisitions process to outlines a firm's plan to buy/take over another company. For example, the letter of intent will disclose the specific terms of the transaction (whether it is a cash or stock deal).

We are working with verified shippers, producers, customers, buyers, traders of agricultural commodities. In order to have any info from our side we need to know your company details such as: 
- company name, profile, registered No (traded commodities and past performance)
- contact details (address, phone, e-mail, etc.,)
- name of the director

If you are going to trade please send BID with following details:
- Company Name 
- Name of Commodity, Packing, Quality, Picture 
- Quantity and Period of delivery
- Target Price on Destination (Incoterms 2010)
- Terms of payment
please find below for your guidance specimen of BID/ LOI 

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