Shipping Facts FER-2232
FERAL TRADE olive oil Retamar Olive Mill Retamar, Spain to a.pass, Belgium
FER-2101 Olive Mill Retamar to Feral Trade, UK [216 x bottle]
Import costs: purchase & freightgrosseach bottle
May 23rd paid Juan Miguel Retamar for 216L oil at 3.70 euros/litre, total 799.00 at 1.42 to , a beneficial exchange rate reflecting GBP upturn post Conservatives resounding re-election and longer eurozone dive. Transferred with care to Juan Miguels new account no. since his bank was merged last year following financial crisis. 548.592.54
Payment for road transport from Extremadura to Porto, Portugal from where the oil was planned to depart via sailing ship 155 euro. 1090.50
Transferwise currency transfer fee 90.04
Pioneering sail cargo voyage for the Retemar oil regretfully abandoned due to first Bay of Biscay weather events then freak incident in French port where the Dutch sailing ship Nordlys got rammed by a fishing vessel, causing lengthy repair delays 00.00
Oct 8th trader paid 95 euros extra to reroute road transport to Bristol where it arrived at trader's flat Oct 19th. 1.33 euros to 70.950.33
Transferwise currency transfer fee 90.04
total746.543.46
FER-2232 Feral Trade, Bristol to FoAM, Brussels [7 x 5L]
Extra virgin oil from centenarian olive groves in Extremadura, produced by the Retemar family over generations. Introduced to Feral Trade by a friend of the producer visiting Bristol to improve his spoken English.
Feral Trade (Import-Export) is a grocery business trading over social networks. Feral Trade runs freight using the spare baggage space of friends, colleagues and passing acquaintances; for product requests or courier offers contact kate@feraltrade.org
feral trade since 2003 www.feraltrade.org
 
Shipping Facts FER-2232
FERAL TRADE olive oil Retamar Olive Mill Retamar, Spain to a.pass, Belgium
FER-2101 Olive Mill Retamar to Feral Trade, UK [216 x bottle]
Import costs: purchase & freightgrosseach bottle
May 23rd paid Juan Miguel Retamar for 216L oil at 3.70 euros/litre, total 799.00 at 1.42 to , a beneficial exchange rate reflecting GBP upturn post Conservatives resounding re-election and longer eurozone dive. Transferred with care to Juan Miguels new account no. since his bank was merged last year following financial crisis. 548.592.54
Payment for road transport from Extremadura to Porto, Portugal from where the oil was planned to depart via sailing ship 155 euro. 1090.50
Transferwise currency transfer fee 90.04
Pioneering sail cargo voyage for the Retemar oil regretfully abandoned due to first Bay of Biscay weather events then freak incident in French port where the Dutch sailing ship Nordlys got rammed by a fishing vessel, causing lengthy repair delays 00.00
Oct 8th trader paid 95 euros extra to reroute road transport to Bristol where it arrived at trader's flat Oct 19th. 1.33 euros to 70.950.33
Transferwise currency transfer fee 90.04
total746.543.46
FER-2232 Feral Trade, Bristol to FoAM, Brussels [7 x 5L]
Extra virgin oil from centenarian olive groves in Extremadura, produced by the Retemar family over generations. Introduced to Feral Trade by a friend of the producer visiting Bristol to improve his spoken English.
Feral Trade (Import-Export) is a grocery business trading over social networks. Feral Trade runs freight using the spare baggage space of friends, colleagues and passing acquaintances; for product requests or courier offers contact kate@feraltrade.org
feral trade since 2003 www.feraltrade.org
 
Shipping Facts FER-2232
FERAL TRADE olive oil Retamar Olive Mill Retamar, Spain to a.pass, Belgium
FER-2101 Olive Mill Retamar to Feral Trade, UK [216 x bottle]
Import costs: purchase & freightgrosseach bottle
May 23rd paid Juan Miguel Retamar for 216L oil at 3.70 euros/litre, total 799.00 at 1.42 to , a beneficial exchange rate reflecting GBP upturn post Conservatives resounding re-election and longer eurozone dive. Transferred with care to Juan Miguels new account no. since his bank was merged last year following financial crisis. 548.592.54
Payment for road transport from Extremadura to Porto, Portugal from where the oil was planned to depart via sailing ship 155 euro. 1090.50
Transferwise currency transfer fee 90.04
Pioneering sail cargo voyage for the Retemar oil regretfully abandoned due to first Bay of Biscay weather events then freak incident in French port where the Dutch sailing ship Nordlys got rammed by a fishing vessel, causing lengthy repair delays 00.00
Oct 8th trader paid 95 euros extra to reroute road transport to Bristol where it arrived at trader's flat Oct 19th. 1.33 euros to 70.950.33
Transferwise currency transfer fee 90.04
total746.543.46
FER-2232 Feral Trade, Bristol to FoAM, Brussels [7 x 5L]
Extra virgin oil from centenarian olive groves in Extremadura, produced by the Retemar family over generations. Introduced to Feral Trade by a friend of the producer visiting Bristol to improve his spoken English.
Feral Trade (Import-Export) is a grocery business trading over social networks. Feral Trade runs freight using the spare baggage space of friends, colleagues and passing acquaintances; for product requests or courier offers contact kate@feraltrade.org
feral trade since 2003 www.feraltrade.org
 
Shipping Facts FER-2232
FERAL TRADE olive oil Retamar Olive Mill Retamar, Spain to a.pass, Belgium
FER-2101 Olive Mill Retamar to Feral Trade, UK [216 x bottle]
Import costs: purchase & freightgrosseach bottle
May 23rd paid Juan Miguel Retamar for 216L oil at 3.70 euros/litre, total 799.00 at 1.42 to , a beneficial exchange rate reflecting GBP upturn post Conservatives resounding re-election and longer eurozone dive. Transferred with care to Juan Miguels new account no. since his bank was merged last year following financial crisis. 548.592.54
Payment for road transport from Extremadura to Porto, Portugal from where the oil was planned to depart via sailing ship 155 euro. 1090.50
Transferwise currency transfer fee 90.04
Pioneering sail cargo voyage for the Retemar oil regretfully abandoned due to first Bay of Biscay weather events then freak incident in French port where the Dutch sailing ship Nordlys got rammed by a fishing vessel, causing lengthy repair delays 00.00
Oct 8th trader paid 95 euros extra to reroute road transport to Bristol where it arrived at trader's flat Oct 19th. 1.33 euros to 70.950.33
Transferwise currency transfer fee 90.04
total746.543.46
FER-2232 Feral Trade, Bristol to FoAM, Brussels [7 x 5L]
Extra virgin oil from centenarian olive groves in Extremadura, produced by the Retemar family over generations. Introduced to Feral Trade by a friend of the producer visiting Bristol to improve his spoken English.
Feral Trade (Import-Export) is a grocery business trading over social networks. Feral Trade runs freight using the spare baggage space of friends, colleagues and passing acquaintances; for product requests or courier offers contact kate@feraltrade.org
feral trade since 2003 www.feraltrade.org
 
Shipping Facts FER-2232
FERAL TRADE olive oil Retamar Olive Mill Retamar, Spain to a.pass, Belgium
FER-2101 Olive Mill Retamar to Feral Trade, UK [216 x bottle]
Import costs: purchase & freightgrosseach bottle
May 23rd paid Juan Miguel Retamar for 216L oil at 3.70 euros/litre, total 799.00 at 1.42 to , a beneficial exchange rate reflecting GBP upturn post Conservatives resounding re-election and longer eurozone dive. Transferred with care to Juan Miguels new account no. since his bank was merged last year following financial crisis. 548.592.54
Payment for road transport from Extremadura to Porto, Portugal from where the oil was planned to depart via sailing ship 155 euro. 1090.50
Transferwise currency transfer fee 90.04
Pioneering sail cargo voyage for the Retemar oil regretfully abandoned due to first Bay of Biscay weather events then freak incident in French port where the Dutch sailing ship Nordlys got rammed by a fishing vessel, causing lengthy repair delays 00.00
Oct 8th trader paid 95 euros extra to reroute road transport to Bristol where it arrived at trader's flat Oct 19th. 1.33 euros to 70.950.33
Transferwise currency transfer fee 90.04
total746.543.46
FER-2232 Feral Trade, Bristol to FoAM, Brussels [7 x 5L]
Extra virgin oil from centenarian olive groves in Extremadura, produced by the Retemar family over generations. Introduced to Feral Trade by a friend of the producer visiting Bristol to improve his spoken English.
Feral Trade (Import-Export) is a grocery business trading over social networks. Feral Trade runs freight using the spare baggage space of friends, colleagues and passing acquaintances; for product requests or courier offers contact kate@feraltrade.org
feral trade since 2003 www.feraltrade.org
 
Shipping Facts FER-2232
FERAL TRADE olive oil Retamar Olive Mill Retamar, Spain to a.pass, Belgium
FER-2101 Olive Mill Retamar to Feral Trade, UK [216 x bottle]
Import costs: purchase & freightgrosseach bottle
May 23rd paid Juan Miguel Retamar for 216L oil at 3.70 euros/litre, total 799.00 at 1.42 to , a beneficial exchange rate reflecting GBP upturn post Conservatives resounding re-election and longer eurozone dive. Transferred with care to Juan Miguels new account no. since his bank was merged last year following financial crisis. 548.592.54
Payment for road transport from Extremadura to Porto, Portugal from where the oil was planned to depart via sailing ship 155 euro. 1090.50
Transferwise currency transfer fee 90.04
Pioneering sail cargo voyage for the Retemar oil regretfully abandoned due to first Bay of Biscay weather events then freak incident in French port where the Dutch sailing ship Nordlys got rammed by a fishing vessel, causing lengthy repair delays 00.00
Oct 8th trader paid 95 euros extra to reroute road transport to Bristol where it arrived at trader's flat Oct 19th. 1.33 euros to 70.950.33
Transferwise currency transfer fee 90.04
total746.543.46
FER-2232 Feral Trade, Bristol to FoAM, Brussels [7 x 5L]
Extra virgin oil from centenarian olive groves in Extremadura, produced by the Retemar family over generations. Introduced to Feral Trade by a friend of the producer visiting Bristol to improve his spoken English.
Feral Trade (Import-Export) is a grocery business trading over social networks. Feral Trade runs freight using the spare baggage space of friends, colleagues and passing acquaintances; for product requests or courier offers contact kate@feraltrade.org
feral trade since 2003 www.feraltrade.org