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      • Ship from TOWN NAME
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      • Ship from PORT NAME
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          • Ship to TOWN
          • Ship to PORT NAME
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          • Select the location in

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            Full Container Load(FCL)

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            20FT Container
            20' x 8' x 8'6"
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            40FT Container
            40' x 8' x 8'6"
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            40FT High cube
            40' x 8' x 9'6"
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            Share Container Load(LCL)

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          FAS Incoterm (Free Alongside Ship)

          FAS Incoterm (Free Alongside Ship)

          What does the FAS Incoterm mean?

          The FAS Incoterm or “Free Alongside Ship” is exclusive to shipping. Under the FAS Incoterm, the seller must deliver the goods alongside the ship, at the port dock. Under the FAS Incoterm, the seller is responsible for all costs and risks until the goods have been placed at the dock, including the goods being cleared for export. From this point on, the buyer takes over the risks and becomes responsible for the costs and risks of shipping.

          This represents a complete change of the Incoterms previous to INCO 2000, where the buyer would have been required to complete customs clearance obligations.

          Seller’s obligations under the FAS Incoterm

          • Delivery of goods and documents required

          • Packaging and wrapping

          • Inland transport in the country of origin

          • Customs at origin

          Buyer’s obligations under the FAS Incoterm

          • Cost of the goods

          • Exit charge

          • International freight

          • Insurance

          • Arrival expenditures

          • Customs on arrival

          • Inland transport at the destination country

          • Payment of fees

          If you’re still unclear over whether you should choose the FAS Incoterm, you may give our article on how to choose a safe and competitive incoterm a read. Alternatively, you may give us a call. Our import and export consultants will be happy to help you out.

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