A packing list comes in handy when the buyer needs to claim insurance for any damage or defect. It specifies how the shipment is packed and labeled. When packaging and labeling are done appropriately, it will facilitate customs’ inspection and examination and minimize delays in the shipment’s release from customs.
A packing list can also be useful for both buyer and seller in many ways such as:
If you want a packing list, ask your supplier to prepare one.