Tier One Refinery Tank to Vessel (TTV) Procedures


We offer TTO product delivery in Rotterdam or any port within the Russian Federation under the following procedures:

The Following Procedures are established by the refinery to ensure allotments are sold to qualified, RWA buyers. Our procedures are simple, honest and ISO9001 (2008) compliant and positioned to protect both the Buyer and the Seller.
  1. To begin introductions, please Introduce Yourself with an LOI on your business letterhead along with your CPPlease ensure the LOI includes product, volume, FOB delivery location needs along with full contact info and website. Upon review & approval, FCO is provided within 8-24 Hours (M-F).
  2. Buyer sends ICPO to Seller upon receipt of SCO including Buyer’s banking information, CP, Business Registration, KYC, Passport, and Buyer’s CPA/Q88 as proof of Buyer’s Vessel Availability. Issued to:
  3. Seller issues Contract or Signed Purchase Agreement (SPA) to Buyer. Buyer signs, seals and returns the Contract to Seller for final endorsement.
  4. Seller invites SGS for quality test of the product (buyer borne cost of SGS).
  5. Upon confirmation of the SGS report by buyer, buyer pays the Logistics of the product from refinery reservoir to loading Port and to Buyer discharge Port.
  6. Delivery commence to buyers port. Seller issue Shipping Documents to buyer:
  • POP (Shipping Documents)
  • I. Bill of lading
  • II. Certificate of origin
  • III. Certificate of analysis Report (Product Passport)
  • IV. Certificate of Q&Q (SGS or equivalent)
  • V. Seller’s commercial invoice
  • VI. Vessel Ullage report
  • VII. Cargo Manifest
  • VIII. Title
  • 7. Upon delivery of the product to buyer’s destination port, buyer makes 100% through MT103 for the total cost of the cargo.
  • 8. Seller transfer title to buyer.

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