Payment terms and conditions

Payment terms and conditions

The customer who orders a container full of goods (FCL-full container load) is required to pay money in two installments. The first installment is 50% and the second installment is 50%. Total value of customers’ good is 100%. When TEW begin processing the customer order, wants 50% of total payment in advance as a manufacturing deposit. When the production is completed, the Chinese manufacturer wants the remaining 50% of total payment, before handling the goods to Traders Easy Way for shipping.

 Note: The above payment is only for the products, the customer will again be required to pay for shipping cost of his/her consignment.

The Empty Container is not entitled to customer, and in any way should not be under customer possession, it must be returned after the delivery is made by the shipping company. If the customer wishes to keep the container, he/ she should state so and purchase it prior to loading of his/her goods.

The customer, who orders or wishes to buy goods in a small quantity, is required to pay money in a single installment in advance. All payment information must be scanned and emailed to

For the customers (East Africa customers) who order goods which are less than a Container Loads (LCL). They can choose to pay for their shipment when the goods arrive during pick up time. These customers have option to pay for the cost of purchasing goods in China and pay the shipment costs (shipping from china and tax)  later after the goods arrive.

 Payment Methods

Currently, we only support Bank to Bank Transfer via our company bank account.

Bank to Bank Transfer via TEW company bank account

The company payment details are given to customers when they have confirmed the order and ready to do the payment. Under bank to bank transfer, usually we provide proforma invoice to customers.

We also accept other payment ways that are convenient for our customers.

We want to remind all customers that they are responsible for all local bank operation charges. Therefore, customers should confirm the total payment amount with their local banks.