Certificate of Origin
A Certificate of Origin is a document widely used in international trade transactions which attests that the product listed therein has met certain criteria to be considered as originating in a particular country. A certificate of origin is generally prepared and completed by the exporter or the manufacturer, and may be subject to official certification by an authorized third party. It is often submitted to a customs authority of the importing country to justify the product’s eligibility for entry and/or its entitlement to preferential treatment. The Columbus Chamber issues a stamp by appointment for members and non-members.
Non-member and members pay for this stamp by appointment currently. Call for an appointment, bring completed COO generic form with original invoice and payment.
Cost per COO:
- Member $60
- Non-Member $80
Chamber Seal Lease program
Allows the member or non-member to purchase their own stamp for processing their shipments be it exporter or freight forwarder. There is a fee yearly for non-members renewed by the end of the year annually. Chamber members retain their stamp for two years.