Japan: General Instructions for Shipping Product Samples to Japan

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Prospective exporters and exhibitors of major food shows and trade showcases often enhance their presentation with samples for display or tasting when visiting Japan. Successfully shipping food samples to Japan requires advanced planning and, generally, exporters coordinate with a customs broker (freight forwarder) to gather information and prepare documentation. This report provides general instructions on shipping samples. 

Japan: General Instructions for Shipping Product Samples to Japan

 

 

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