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Yes, if you are in Japan, you can physically inspect your vehicle. We would be happy to meet you here in our yard.

Yes, you can! we can certainly find the vehicle that fits your specifications. Which vehicle are you looking, please use the Contact Form to send us your vehicle requirements. Clearly indicate the model, year, desired mileage and if possible your budget for the vehicle that you are looking for. One of our sales coordinators will get back to you within 2 working days.

FOB (Free on Board) price represents the cost of a vehicle without any additional expenses, such as insurance or freight. It is the most commonly displayed price.

C&F (Cost and Freight) price, also known as CFR, includes the cost of the vehicle plus the freight cost.

CIF (Cost Insurance and Freight) price includes the cost of the vehicle plus insurance and freight cost.

Consignee Name & Address – information on the person that will receive the vehicle(s). This information will be indicated on the shipping documents as well.

Courier Address – information on where to send the shipping documents

Notify Party – the contact person at the port of delivery. Usually this will be your clearing agent. Please send us these details if you require us to inform the shipping schedule any third party apart from the consignee.

Once you have found the car machine that you are interested in, please click on the vehicle image or on “details and photos”. This will take you to the detailed page of that vehicle and you will find all the general information available for that vehicle on this page.

Please visit our How to Order page for further details.

  • Telegraphic Transfer: This is the most common way to transfer funds through any bank. Please see our Bank Details on where to send the remittance.Please indicate the reason for remittance as “Payment for Motor Vehicle and/or Vehicle Parts”. After the transfer is done, please email or fax a copy of the transfer slip to your sales coordinator with your vehicle stock number indicated.
  • Credit Cards / PayPal: We accept payments online via credit cards. In order to make a payment by your credit card, please visit Online Payments. Type in the required fields and indicate your vehicle/spare part stock number under “Payment for”. Then click on “Submit” to proceed. You will be taken to the Pay Pal page. Please type in all necessary fields and finalize the payment.Kindly note that all online payments need to go through Pay Pal for security reasons for you and for us. Also note that online payments can be received in few minutes, please inform your sales coordinator by email or phone with the payment reference number to confirm your payment and to ensure quick shipment of your vehicle/spare part.
  • Letter of Credit (L/C): We accept L/C’s depending on the country which the vehicle is to be imported to. This is mainly due to the countries regulations, and where there are no regulations on payment terms, we only accept TT’s or credit card payments. If you have any doubts, please feel free to contact us.

For the convenience of our customers, we accept Japanese Yen and US Dollars. Please see our How To Order for account information.

The time line of the shipment will depend upon your payment and the shipping company’s schedule. Your sales coordinator will inform you the estimated departure date (ETD) and estimated arrival date (ETA) once you confirm your order.

This depends on the type of vehicle and the destination port. Or you can send us an inquiry by using the Contact form or give us a call.

Ro/Ro is an acronym for Roll on/ Roll off. It is a specific type of service offered by the Shipping Lines for shipping vehicles only. This type of sea freight operation can be described as where the vessel is loaded using ramps, and the cargo is driven in to and out of the vessel by way of these ramps.

These types of ships are like giant indoor floating parking lots that can hold from 400 cars up to 1,000 cars at once. Ro/Ro vessels can accommodate motorcycles, boats, trailers, RV’S, and heavy equipment. However, they don’t carry containers and they certainly do not carry passengers. An advantage of a Roll on/ Roll off operations are that no specialized lifting equipment is needed in either of the ports or on the vessels.

This is a popular method of transporting goods by sea. Containers come in standard 20 feet and 40 feet sizes. Container ships (sometimes spelled containerships) are cargo ships that carry all of their load in truck-size intermodal containers, in a technique called containerization. They are a common means of commercial intermodal freight transport and now carry most seagoing non-bulk cargo.

SAORI JAPAN will send you the below documents once the vehicle has been shipped and 100% of the payment has been confirmed.

1. Bill of Lading (B/L)
2. Export Certificate
3. English translation of the Export Certificate
4. Invoice
5. Other documents (depending on your country)





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