SPECIAL NOTE: Due to the current situation regarding the COVID-19 we have made the following changes:
Our staff is working remotely and we are open for business from:
8:00 AM – 5:00 PM (COOs are only processed from 9:00 AM – 3:00 PM)
Monday – Friday
Our physical location is closed as of March 24, 2020 until at least April 6.
UNTIL FURTHER NOTICE: WE ARE SETUP TO STAMP, SIGN AND SEND COOs VIA EMAIL WITHIN 24 HOURS. WE ARE UNABLE TO EMBOSS OR SEND OVERNIGHT REQUESTS.
As we move forward, please be patient with us as we work through this together. Please call your staff liaison directly (937-226-8264) or dial 937-226-1444 for assistance and leave a message.
Continue to visit our resource guide for any updated COVID-19 information.
Do you ship goods internationally? If so, you might find yourself in need of a Certificate of Origin. A Certificate of Origin is a document required by some foreign governments, which proves in which country the good was manufactured. In order to be acceptable, the Certificate of Origin must be signed by the exporter, notarized, and then validated by a locally designated agency, such as the Dayton Area Chamber of Commerce.
The chamber will only issue certificates for goods made in the United States during business hours (Monday – Friday, 8a – 4:30p EST).
For a Dayton Area Chamber member in good standing, each Certificate of Origin is $10. Not a member? Learn more about becoming one!
For a non-Dayton Area Chamber member, each Certificate of Origin is $25.
Additional copies are $5 per page. Rush jobs required within four (4) hours of submission and any Certificates of Origin requested for overnight delivery will be charged an additional $10.
The chamber will invoice your business for Certificates of Origin.
By submission of your Certificate of Origin to the DACC, your organization releases the DACC from any and all liability. The DACC can only verify what the signee has presented as true and reliable. If signee has falsified the origin of the goods made, DACC cannot be held responsible in any lawsuit. No further vetting has occurred.