Ademas de los otros Departamentos en las oficinas
principales en Nueva York, tenemos distribuidores en diferentes paises
que le asistiran con sus ordenes y responderan cualquier pregunta que tuviera.
Fred C Gloeckner & Co. Inc.
550 Mamaroneck Avenue
Harrison, NY 10528
(001) 914- 698-2300 Ext. 133
Gloeckner - Colombia
Calle 8 # 4-08, Piso 2
Cota, Colombia 250010
Gloeckner – Ecuador
Av. Republica 396 y Almagro
Edificio Forum 300 Piso 9
Viver 23TC Plas+
Ruta 5 Nueva km21
Las Piedras Canelos
Importacion de semillas, bulbos,
esquejes y suministros de invernadero
Cartago, Costa Rico email@example.com
Floraplant S.V. DE C.V.
Ave. Benito Juarez s/n
Colonia Tetacalita, Emiliano Zapata
More, Mexico CP 62767
Gilberto Gómez Peltier
Standard Procedures for Processing
an International Order
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Once a request is received in this office, directly from
a customer or through our Sales Representatives or Distributors, we proceed
1. A Proforma/Invoice is issued with prices FOB port
of embarkation or C&F port of entry. It is only a Quote, it does not
confirm or initiate a shipment.
2. A Proforma/Invoice is an active order when it is
approved by sending us a written authorization, preferably a signed copy
of the same Proforma.
Foreign shipments often require special packing, handling
and document preparation.
- IMPORT RESTRICTIONS: The buyer must first consultant
with the authorities of the importing country and then advise Fred C. Gloeckner & Co.
Inc. of all applicable importation restrictions, pre- export inspections,
fungicidal treatment or fumigation requirements, and special documentation
needed to import our products into their country. Fred C. Gloeckner & Co.
Inc. will endeavor to comply with our customer’s request for assistance
in meeting the regulations of the importing country. However, the responsibility
in all matters related to such regulations is ultimately with the buyer
and we assume absolutely no liability whatsoever.
- IMPORT PERMIT: Many countries require an import permit
to import seeds, plants or bulbs. Please send us a copy of your import at
least two weeks prior to the expected shipping date. If we do not receive
your import permit prior to dispatch, we will assume none is required.
CERTIFICATE: We will provide a Phytosanitary Certificate (PC) issued by the
proper authority in the United States. The buyer will be charged for our
costs in obtaining the inspection and issuance of the PC. Fred C. Gloeckner & Co.
Inc. accepts no responsibility or liability in connection with the issuing
authority’s errors or omissions in the inspections or preparation of the
- DISINFESTATION OR DISINFECTION: Pre-export chemical treatment
will be provided by a licensed pesticide applicator at our cost, at the request
of the buyer. The buyer assumes all responsibility for loss, damages or liability
of any kind as the result of requested treatments, or for treatments by the
authorities of the importing country.
- EXPORT DOCUMENTS: The following charges
are for the account of the buyer when requested by the buyer or required
by the importing country:
Phytosanitary Certificate: $70.00 (maximum)
of Origin $20.00
Any Free Trade Agreement Certificate $25.00
Certificate Non Tran genetic
Certificate $25.00 (seeds only)
- SHIPPING: All shipping costs are paid by
the buyer unless we specifically quote prices C&F or CIF. Shipments to
countries other than Canada should travel by air. For large consignments
we recommend that we use our established air freight forwarders from whom
we constantly renegotiate the lowest possible rates. Air shipments are normally
dispatched from New York, Miami, or Portland airports. We recommend sending
small orders to most countries by courier FedEx or UPS to avoid excessive
handling charges by air carriers.
- EXPORT PACKING: We will use the material and method of
packing we judge best unless given specific instructions by the buyer. We
normally pack in heavy fiber cartons or drums or woven poly bags suitable
for long distance travel. However, in spite of all the precautions, shipments
may still sustain damage in transit and the buyer is urged to immediately
inspect the goods.
- INSURANCE: We can provide insurance for loss or damage
in transit if the buyer so requests. The cost of the insurance will be paid
by the buyer to settle. If the goods are not insured, they travel at the
risk of the buyer.
- CUSTOMS AND QUARANTINE CLEARANCE: It is the responsibility
of the buyer to handle the clearance of the goods through their country’s
customs and agriculture quarantine or inspection service. Fred C. Gloeckner & Co.
Inc. simply is not in a position to assist or participate in such matters
and therefore accepts no responsibility or liability in connection therewith.
- PAYMENT: Advance payment is required in all cases
except for open accounts established and in good standing in Canada, Colombia,
Ecuador, Peru, Mexico and Dominican Republic. Commercial drafts from established
firms should be drawn on a United States bank. For all others, we will accept
payments by Credit Card, Bank to Bank wire transfers or by Certified Bank
Check. All banking charges are for the account of the buyer.