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Group 8A

Amit Malik
Jay Jhaveri
Geetika Karamchandani
Mahak Kewalramani
Priyanka Bharti
Chocolate Consumption
in Singapore
Supply Chain of Raw
Materials in Switzerland
Product Considerations
Low melting point: 28°C
Susceptible to temperature fluctuations
Moisture dissolves the sugar, evaporation of
the water causes sugar to re-crystallize
High humidity levels and temperatures turn
chocolate musty, moldy and rancid
Geographic
Impact and pressure sensitive

Considerations
Climate in Singapore: Equatorial (hot and
humid)
Flight time: ~ 13 hours
Ideal Transport
Conditions
Temperature – 10-18 °C
Relative Humidity – 65-70%
No slippage or tipping of cargo
No pressure from other cargo units
Packaging
Marking of Packages
Designation Symbol Explanation
Keep away from Compliance with the symbol is
heat (solar best achieved if the cargo is kept
radiation) under the coolest possible
conditions.
Cargoes bearing this symbol
must be protected from
Keep dry excessive humidity and must
accordingly be stored under
cover.
The package must always be
transported, handled and stored
in such a way that the arrows
Top always point upwards. Rolling,
swinging, severe tipping or
tumbling or other such handling
must be avoided.
Transport
Means of Transport: Railroad, truck, aircraft
Factors affecting selection of container:
Type of season
Route
Duration of voyage
Container stowage space
Special refrigerated containers – ‘Cold Chain’
Insulated walls
Less sensitive to external temperature
fluctuations
Cargo Handling
Protected from excessively low and high
temperatures
Protected from damp conditions
Secured in such a way that cargo is prevented
from damaging each other
Spaces between packages or pallets filled to
prevent slippage or tipping
Terms of Sale
Ownership transferred upon delivery to
franchisees and all other locations (FOB)
Receipt of Payment
Letter of Credit
Documentation
General Singapore Entry
Documents Documents
Commercial Invoice Import Declaration
Consular invoice Form
Certificate of Origin Commercial
Inspection Invoice(s)
Certificate Bill of Lading
Shipper’s Export Approval document
Declaration for importation of
Export Packing List food
Support for trade
Warehouse receipt
agreement being
Insurance Certificate
utilized
Bill of Lading FDA Approval
Thank
you !
References
http://www.tis-
gdv.de/tis_e/ware/lebensmi/schoko/schoko
.htm

http://www.ats.agr.gc.ca/ase/4541-
eng.htm

http://www.lindt.ch/1610/3429/3431/3433/
3434.asp

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