A Guide to Incoterms
Choosing the best term to use isn’t a straightforward decision. Still, it is of utmost importance for buyers and sellers to agree on the Incoterm that will be used for their transaction.Read More
Find easy-to-understand explanations of the most common freight forwarding and shipment terms
An FCA (Free Carrier) Incoterm requires the seller to deliver the goods to a carrier or another person nominated by the buyer at an agreed place (usually a forwarder’s warehouse or terminal) and bear all costs and risks to this point, including export formalities.
The buyer then takes on responsibility for loading, unloading, transport fees, insurance cover, and any other costs associated with getting the goods delivered to their final destination, including import formalities.
This allows for greater flexibility as it can be used in many transportation methods, such as road, rail, air, or sea freight.
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