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« Ex Works », means that the goods are placed on the shipping dock and that it is up to the buyer to find these goods, clear them through customs, transport and insure them and to go through any international logistics.

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    Monitoring of the goods by the customer's forwarding agent

     
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    Clearing of the goods through customs by the customer's forwarding agent

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« Ex Works » means that the goods are placed on the shipping dock and that it is up to the buyer to find these goods, clear them through customs, transport and insure them and to go through any international logistics.

« Free on Board » means that the goods are placed on board a ship by the supplier at the port of shipment designated in the sales contract. The risk of loss or damage to the goods is transferred from the supplier to the buyer when the goods pass the ship's rail. The cost of loading is payable by the supplier. The term FOB is only used for transport by sea.

« Free carrier » means that the goods are placed on board an aircraft by the supplier at the airport of shipment designated in the sales contract. The risk of loss or damage to the goods is transferred from the supplier to the buyer when the goods are loaded. The cost of loading is payable by the supplier.

« Cost, Insurance and Freight  » means that the supplier must bear all the necessary costs to transport the goods to the named place of destination. In addition the supplier must provide marine insurance against the risk of loss or damage to the goods during transportation. The supplier contracts with the insurer and pays the insurance premium.

« Carriage and Insurance Paid  » means that the supplier must bear all the necessary costs to transport the goods to the named place of destination. In addition the supplier must provide transportation insurance against the risk of to the goods or their loss during transportation. The supplier contracts with the insurer and pays the insurance premium.

« Delivery Duty Paid » or « Rendu Droits acquittés » involves a maximum obligation for the supplier. The supplier shall bear all risks and costs of transport of the goods until delivery, usually the client warehouse. The term « Delivery Duty Paid » may be used whatever the mode of transport.

Handover of the goods to the customer's forwarding agent

Clearing of the goods through customs by the customer's forwarding agent

Handover of the goods to the customer's forwarding agent

Handover of the goods to the customer's forwarding agent before customs