Features of Delivery Type:
This form of delivery is especially used in multi-vehicle transportation types. The seller is responsible for paying the freight to the destination. From the moment the goods are transferred to the custody of the first carrier, all risk and non-freight costs related to the goods pass to the buyer.
Obligations of the Seller:
The seller prepares the goods in accordance with the contract conditions. Prepares the necessary documents to be used in the buyer's country. Completes customs procedures. By making a contract with the transport agency, it pays the freight fee up to the port of destination. From the moment the goods are transferred to the custody of the first carrier, all risks and costs associated with the goods are relieved. It notifies the buyer of the delivery and possible arrival date. The seller must pay the costs associated with the necessary control operations (quality control, measuring, weighing, counting, etc.) in order to deliver the goods, as well as pre-shipment inspection costs ordered by the authorities of the country of export.
Pays the cost of goods in accordance with the terms of the contract. Complete customs procedures for imports by editing the customs documents. Pays customs duties. From the delivery of the goods to the first carrier, all costs and risks related to the goods other than freight belong to the buyer. Customs costs that may arise due to transit transportation are also borne by the buyer. If it is not included in the freight cost, it pays the unloading costs and receives the endorsed bill of lading from the agency. The buyer must pay other mandatory pre-shipment inspection costs, excluding the costs of pre-shipment inspection ordered by the authorities of the country of export.