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INCOTERMS - 1990 - Contracts

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Contracts & Purchasing Services Pty LtdPage 1 of 2 ~ purpose of Incoterms is to provide a set of international rules for the interpretation of the most commonly used trade terms for foreign trade. Incoterms are published by the International Chamber of Commerce (ICC).Under Incoterms 1990 all obligations related to given trade terms are grouped under 10 headings, with the obligations of the seller and buyer under each heading stated and mirrored with respect to the same subject - 1990 Term Description Place of Transfer EXW Ex-Works (.... named place) FCA Free-Carrier (.... named place) FAS Free Alongside Ship (.... named port of shipment) FOB Free On Board (.... named port of shipment) CFR Cost & Freight (.... named port of destination) CIF Cost, Insurance and Freight (.... named port of destination) CPT Carriage Paid To (.... named place of destination) CIP Carriage, Insurance Paid To (.... named place of destination) DAF Delivered At Frontier (.... named place) DES Delivered Ex-Ship (.... named port of destination) DEQ Delivered Ex-Quay (... named port of destination) DDU Delivered Duty Unpaid (.... named place of destination) DDP Delivered Duty Paid (.... named place of destination) EXWEx-WorksEx-works means that the seller's responsibility to deliver the goods to the buyer is completed when the seller has made the goods available to the buyer at the seller's premises. The seller is not responsible for loading them on vehicles provided by the buyer or clearing them for export. The buyer bears the cost and risks in the transport of the goods from the seller's works to the destination. This term provides the minimum obligations on a seller. FCAFree-CarrierFree-Carrier means the seller's responsibility is to hand the goods over to the carrier at the place indicated in the shipping terms, cleared for export. This can involve some transportation at the seller's cost from the factory to the carrier. Sellers may, and commonly do, act as buyers' agents in arranging transportation at buyers' cost. Used for any mode of transport (air, sea, rail, truck or multimodal), the carrier is the transporter, including a freight forwarder, if the buyer designates a forwarder to receive the goods. FASFree Alongside ShipFree Alongside Ship means the seller's responsibilities are completed when the goods have been placed alongside the ship on the quay or in lighters at the named place of transfer. The buyer bears all costs and risks of loss or damage to the goods from that moment. Unlike FCA and FOB, this term does not require the seller to clear the goods for export. "Alongside" means within reach of the carrying ship's tackle. This term should only be used for ocean or inland water transportation. FOBFree On BoardFree On Board means the seller's responsibilities are completed when the goods, cleared for export, are placed on board a ship by the seller at the named place of transfer. The risk of loss or damage to the goods is transferred from the seller to the buyer when the goods pass the ship's rail. This term should only be used for ocean or inland water transportation. If other transportation modes are used, or if the ship's rail serves no purpose in delineating the passage of title, such as with container, roll-on/roll-off cargo, then FCA is the closest equivalent term. CFRCost & FreightCost & Freight means the seller must clear the goods for export and pay the costs and freight necessary to bring them to the named place of transfer, but the risk of loss or damage to the goods, and any cost increases, is transferred to the buyer when the goods pass the ship's rail in the port of shipment. This term is properly used only for waterway transportation (sea or inland). If other modes are used, or if the ship's rail serves no purpose in delineating the passage of title, such as with container, roll-on/roll-off cargo, then CPT (Carriage paid ) is the closest equivalent term. Contracts & Purchasing Services Pty LtdPage 2 of 2 ~ above is a general introduction to each individual Incoterm, however before using these terms you should buy the Incoterms book from the ICC. We would be happy to provide advice concerning the correct usage of Incoterms and the most appropriate term to suit your particular requirements. CONTRACTS & PURCHASING SERVICES PTY LTD15 Glen RoadAshburton 3147Melbourne, AustraliaTel: (03) : 0417 885 747Fax: (03) : 17 | Disclaimer | Company Profile | John R Burke | Dispute Prevention | Project Control Group | Print | | Contract Format | Conditions of Contract | Contract Admin. | Tenders | Incoterms | Estimate Types | PPC | Links | CIFCost, Insurance and FreightCost, Insurance and Freight is similar to the term CFR (Cost & Freight), but the seller must also procure marine insurance on the buyer's behalf. The seller contracts with the insurer and pays the insurance premium, although the buyer has the risk of loss from the time the goods pass the ship's rail in the port of shipment. This term is properly used only for waterway transportation (sea or inland). CIP (Carriage and insurance paid) is the closest equivalent term for other transportation modes. CPTCarriage Paid ToCarriage Paid To is equivalent to CFR (or C&F) for transportation other than by ship. CIPCarriage, Insurance Paid ToCarriage, Insurance Paid To is equivalent to CIF for transportation other than by ship. DAFDelivered At Frontier Delivered At Frontier means the seller completes his responsibilities when the goods, cleared for export, are made available at the named place. The named place is before the destination customs border is reached, so the buyer must clear the goods through his customs. In fact, the frontier can be the export country's frontier, so it is very important to specify where the relevant delivery point is. The seller bears all costs and risks to that point. This term can be used when goods are shipped by any method, but is designed for rail or road transport. It is useful when shipping to a bonded customs warehouse or a free trade zone. DESDelivered Ex-ShipDelivered Ex-Ship means the risks and costs are transferred on the ship at the named place of destination. Goods are not cleared for import. This term should only be used for shipments by sea. DEQDelivered Ex-QuayDelivered Ex-Quay means the risks and costs are transferred on the quay at the named place of transfer. Goods must have been cleared for import, at seller s expense (including duties and taxes). The seller is also responsible for discharge costs. This term should only be used for shipments by sea. DDUDelivered Duty UnpaidDelivered Duty Unpaid means that the seller must handle everything, to deliver the goods to the named place except Customs clearance at the country of destination. The buyer is responsible for payment of duties and taxes. DDPDelivered Duty Paid Delivered Duty Paid means that the seller must handle everything, including Customs clearance, to deliver the goods to the named place. Since the named place is usually the buyer's own place, the seller arranges and pays for every step of the way. This term provides the maximum obligations on a seller.

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