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EXW (EX WORKS)
EXW imposes only minimal obligations on the seller, requiring him to deliver the goods to the buyer at the specified place of delivery and within the agreed period specified in the contract. The seller bears all risks of loss or damage until the goods are delivered, while any costs are borne by the buyer.
FCA (FREE CARRIER)
The FCA requires the goods to be delivered when they arrive at the specified place, ready for unloading and placed at the disposal of the carrier designated by the buyer.
FAS (FREE ALONGSIDE SHIP)
Since FAS transfers the risk/loss to the buyer and requires the seller to clear the goods for export, it is more suitable for situations where the goods will only be delivered to the carrier before being placed alongside the vessel.
FOB (FREE ON BOARD)
FOB transfers the risk of loss/damage to the buyer once the goods are placed on board and the seller is not obliged to conclude a contract of carriage.
CFR (COST AND FREIGHT)
The seller is obliged to contract for the carriage of the goods to the port of destination, to bear all costs associated with unloading and to customs clear the goods for export and not for import.
CIF (COST, INSURANCE AND FREIGHT)
CIF is similar to CFR, but requires the seller to conclude a contract of carriage to the port of destination, bear all costs and clear the goods through customs for export, not import.
CPT (COST PAID TO..)
The CPT requires the seller to conclude a contract for the carriage of the goods from the point of delivery to the destination, but does not require the seller to conclude an insurance contract.
CIP (CARRIER AND INSURANCE PAID TO…)
Seller and buyer, CIP and CPT have the same obligations and, in addition, the obligation to contract insurance to cover the buyer's risk/damage to the goods from delivery to destination.
DAT (DELIVERY AT TERMINAL)
DAT (Delivery at Terminal) is one of the terms defined in the International Trade Terms (Incoterms) developed by the International Chamber of Commerce (ICC). It refers to a transport contract in which the seller is responsible for delivering the goods to a specific terminal at the port of destination.
DDP (DELIVERY DUTY PLACE)
The DDP requires the seller to complete the contract of carriage or arrange carriage at its own expense, but no insurance contract is required.
DAP (DELIVERY AT PLACE)
DAP is used when the place of delivery and destination are the same and the parties do not want the seller to bear the risks and costs of unloading. The seller is not obliged to unload the goods from the transport vehicle at the destination, and neither the seller nor the buyer is obliged to sign an insurance contract.
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