Olam Nigeria Ltd., PLOT 5 & 6 ABEBE VILLAGE, IGANMU L AGOS, NIGERIA ATT: PRADEEP / SUNDAY / ABBEY NG | Buyer Report — Panjiva
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2 India shipments available for Olam Nigeria Ltd.
Date Data Source Supplier Details
2018-09-22 India Export Shipments
STERLING ABRASIVES LTD.
VITRIFIED GRINDING WHEELS Parts for Agricultural Equipment for Rice Farming Proj
2018-09-22 India Export Shipments
STERLING ABRASIVES LTD.
VITRIFIED GRINDING WHEELS Parts for Agricultural Equipment for Rice Farming Proj
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PLOT 5 & 6 ABEBE VILLAGE, IGANMU L AGOS, NIGERIA ATT: PRADEEP / SUNDAY / ABBEY NG
 
 

Sample Bill of Lading

2 shipment records available

Bill of Lading Number
7745347
HS Code
68041000
Goods Described
VITRIFIED GRINDING WHEELS Parts for Agricultural Equipment for Rice Farming Proj
Item Quantity
140.0
Item Quantity Unit
SET
Item Value, FOB (INR)
1439030.0
Departure Date
2018-09-22
Shipper
Sterling Abrasives Ltd.
Shipper (Original Format)
STERLING ABRASIVES LTD.
Shipper Global HQ
Carborundum Universal Ltd.
Shipper Domestic HQ
Carborundum Universal Ltd.
Shipper Ultimate Parent
#<SpCompany:0x0000001c004990>
Consignee
Olam Nigeria Ltd.
Consignee (Original Format)
OLAM NIGERIA LIMITED
Port of Unlading
Apapa (NG)
Port of Lading
Nhava Sheva (Jawaharlal Nehru) (IN)
Shipment Destination
Nigeria
Transport Method
Maritime
Item Number
1
Value of Goods (USD)
19924.2644513672551120084
Value of Goods, FOB (INR)
1439030.0

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