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This is the easiest explanation of FOB condition!

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What’s FOB? ・ Terms and conditions of transfer of responsibility on the deck of the ship FOB is one of the International Commercial Terms which is called Incoterms as abbreviation. FOB refers to the terms and conditions under which the responsibility for costs and risks transfers on the deck of a ship staying at the port of export. FOB stands for Free On Board, and in this case “Board” refers to the deck of a ship. So, FOB means, “On the deck of a ship, the exporter is free from the responsibility (the responsibility is transferred to the importer)”. In the shipping documents, the name of the export port is […]

What is CIF? Here is the easiest explanation of CIF and CFR!

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What’s CIF? CIF stands for Cost, Insurance, and Freight. And it usually followed by the name of the destination port / import port specified after. It refers to the conditions under which freight and insurance are prepaid by the exporter. In CIF terms, exporter pay the ocean freight and insurance to the destination port. The insurance required by CIF for sellers (exporters) are defined as the ICC’s tax payment amount (C), which is the minimum coverage. If the buyer (importer) is seeking a wider coverage of insurance terms, they need to be agreed in the contract. Characteristics of CIF ・ In terms of the cost and risk of the shipment, […]

What is DDP and DDU? Here is the easiest explanation of DDP, DDU, and also DAP!

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What is DDP ? ・In DDP, Exporter pay freight and insurance DDP are Initials of “Delivered Duty Paid”. It is one of Incoterms for trading. DDP refer to the term that Exporters pay freight and insurance. It included to Group D in Incoterms. Characteristic of DDP ・DDP requires Exporters maximum work and risk. For Importer, it requires minimum work and risk. DDP is only term that Exporters do import customs procedures For Importer, DDP is the easiest term in Incoterms. In contrast, Exporters have to do a lot of work in DDP. Exporters should cover freight and insurance until the cargo delivered to the designated destination in importing country. Further […]

The easiest explanation of Incoterm EXW(EX Works)! The detail of the deal condition and cargo risk responsibility.

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Aspects of EXW? EXW (EX Works) is one of the abbreviations called INCOTERMS that indicate the terms and conditions of trade. What is EXW? ・EXW is the least burdensome trade condition for sellers! INCOTERMS(International Commercial Terms) has 11 kinds of trade conditions, but EXW is the least burdensome and least risky condition for the seller. Delivery location of cargo that stated in EXW ・Delivery is completed at the seller’s factory or warehouse. Loading is also done by the buyer In EXW, the seller delivers the cargo to the buyer on their premises, such as a factory or warehouse. EXW stated for the seller only needs to keep the cargo at […]

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