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Incoterms

Incoterms (official name "Incoterms 2010") is the worldwide standard for international trade. These conditions concern the responsibility for the goods -of both the buyer and the seller- in the different stages of the transportation process.
Incoterms are worldwide accepted and used by governments, legal authorities and traders in international commercal transactions.
On our invoice you will find which incoterm is applicable on your order.

Incoterms 2010:

EXW:

ex works

FCA:

free carrier

CPT:

carriage paid to

CIP:

carriage and insurance paid to

DAT:

deliverd at terminal

DAP:

deliverd at place

DDP:

deliverd duty paid

Only for sea and inland waterway transport:

FAS:

free alongside ship

FOB:

free on board

CFR:

cost and freight

CIF:

cost insurance and feight


Container types

below you will find an overview of the most commonly used container types:

Standard containers (20 ft, 40 ft, 45 ft)

for all kinds of dry cargo

Bulk containers (20 ft, 30 ft, 40 ft, 45 ft)

for dry bulk

Reefer containers

for the transportation of good from -20 C till +20 C

Tank containers (20 ft, 30 ft, 40 ft)

for food or non food liquids

Abbreviations

Besides the incoterms, other abbreviations are used in international trade. Here you will find a summary:

FCL:

Full container load

IBC:

Intermediate Bulk Container is a container used for transport and storage of fluids and bulk materials.

LCL:

Less than container load; shipment that is not large enough to fill a standard container.

LCT:

Less than truck load

TL:

Truck load

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