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Logistics

Incoterms, container specifications, tracking

The Incoterms® rules are an internationally recognized standard and are used worldwide in international and domestic contracts for the sale of goods. Incoterms® rules provide internationally accepted definitions and rules of interpretation for most common commercial terms.

Below you will find a chart that explains each rule, stating the risks, costs, transports and insurance each party incurs with the choice of each specific Incoterm®.

Seller Carrier Border Port Ship Port Named place Buyer
CFR Risk
Cost and freight Costs
CIF Risk
Cost, insurance and freight Costs
Insurance
CIP Risk
Carriage and insurance Costs
Insurance
CPT Risk
Carriage paid to Costs
DAP Risk
Delivered at place Costs
DAT Risk
Delivered at Terminal Costs
DDP Risk
Delivered duty paid Costs with import clearance
EXW Risk
Ex Works Costs
FAS Risk
Free alongside ship Costs
FCA Risk
Free Carrier Costs
FOB Risk
Free on board Costs
The risk is borne by the seller
The costs are borne by the seller
Transport insurance is the responsibility of the seller
The risk is borne by the buyer
The costs are borne by the buyer
Clauses for sea and inland transport

Our containers

Containers most commonly used are as follows (smallest to largest) :

TC-20
 Volume

Volume

33 M³

 Weight

Weight

22100 kg

TC-40-Dry
 Volume

Volume

67 M³

 Weight

Weight

27397 kg

TC-40-HC
 Volume

Volume

76 M³

 Weight

Weight

29600 kg