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

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          • Ship to TOWN NAME
          • Ship to TOWN
          • Ship to PORT NAME
          • select Nearby Port
          • Select the location in

          is not part of our routes You can choose an alternative in below

          Choose a port to in the list below

            is not part of our routes

            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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            Calculate LCL volume

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          FCA Incoterm (Free Carrier)

          FCA Incoterm (Free Carrier)

          What is the FCA Incoterm

          The FCA Incoterm or “Free Carrier” states that the seller must deliver the goods, ready for export, to the buyer’s chosen carrier at an agreed-upon location. This location can be a particular port or a carriers hub. Under the FCA Incoterm, the seller is responsible for all costs and risks until the goods are loaded onto the agreed-upon carrier. After this point, the buyer becomes responsible for the costs and risks involved with delivery of the goods.

          In summary, the seller must deliver the goods cleared for export to the carriers location specified by the buyer in the sales contract.

          The FCA Incoterm is versatile and can be used regardless of the mode of transport.

          Seller’s obligations under the FCA Incoterm

          • Delivery of goods and documents required

          • Packaging and wrapping

          • Inland transportation in the country of origin

          • Customs at origin

          • Exit charge

          Buyer’s obligation under the FCA Incoterm

          • Cost of the goods

          • International freight

          • Arrival expenditures

          • Customs upon arrival

          • Inland transportation in the destination country

          • Payment of fees

          If you still don’t know if the FCA Incoterm is the right one for your ocean freight shipment, you may give our article on how to choose a safe and competitive incoterm a read. Or, if you prefer, you may give us a call. Our import and export agents will be happy to advice you.