Delivery note

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Delivery note

A Delivery note is document accompanying a shipment of goods that lists the description, grade, and quantity of the goods delivered. A copy of the delivery note, signed by the buyer or consignee, is returned to the seller or consignor as a proof of delivery.

In short a delivery note is a document showing that goods have been delivered. Seller fills the delivery note. Buyer on delivery checks the delivery note. In case of deviations, delivery is rejected.

–°ases of using delivery note

  1. In the case of a purchase order, a delivery note is used to confirm that the goods have been received and accepted by the purchaser. The delivery note should include the purchaser's contact information, the description of the goods being purchased, the quantity of the goods being purchased, the estimated value of the goods, and any applicable taxes or fees.
  2. In the case of a return or exchange of goods, a delivery note is used to confirm that the goods have been received and accepted by the recipient. The delivery note should include the recipient's contact information, the description of the goods being returned or exchanged, the quantity of the goods being returned or exchanged, the estimated value of the goods, and any applicable taxes or fees.
  3. In the case of a shipment of goods, a delivery note is used to confirm that the goods have been received and accepted by the consignee. The delivery note should include the consignee's contact information, the description of the goods being shipped, the weight/volume of the goods, the estimated value of the goods, and any applicable taxes or fees.
  4. In the case of a shipment of hazardous materials, a delivery note is used to confirm that the goods have been received and accepted by the consignee. The delivery note should include the consignee's contact information, the description of the hazardous materials being shipped, the estimated value of the materials, the hazardous materials' labeling, and any applicable safety requirements or warnings.
  5. In the case of a shipment of goods to an international destination, a delivery note is used to confirm that the goods have been received and accepted by the consignee. The delivery note should include the consignee's contact information, the description of the goods being shipped, the weight/volume of the goods, the estimated value of the goods, the applicable international customs regulations, and any applicable taxes or fees.