Incoterms® 2010 Reference ChartIncoterms® 2010 Reference Chart
Source: John S. James. Printed with permission.
1. Incoterms® 2010 do not deal with the parties’ obligations for stowage within a container and therefore, where relevant, the parties should deal with this in the sales contract
2 – FCA Seller’s Facility – Buyer pays inland freight; other FCA qualifiers. Seller arranges and loads pre-carriage carrier and pays inland freight to the “F” delivery place.
3 – Incoterms® 2010 does not obligate the buyer nor must the seller to insure the goods, therefore this issue be addressed elsewhere in the sales contract.
4 – Charges paid by Buyer or Seller depending on contract of carriage.
5 – Charges paid by Seller if through Bill of Lading or door-to-door rate to Buyer’s destination.
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