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EXW (Ex Works - On-Site Delivery)

The term "delivery at work" means that the seller delivers the goods at his own place or at another named place (such as a factory, warehouse, workplace) at the disposal of the buyer. EXW represents the minimum obligation for the seller. This rule is suitable for domestic trade, while FCA (Free Carrier) is more suitable for international trade.

Features of Delivery Type: The
seller informs the buyer by keeping the goods ready for the buyer's order on the date determined before in his business. The buyer takes delivery of the goods from the enterprise, prepares the necessary documents for export, completes the customs procedures and imports the goods to his own country. All costs and risks related to the goods are borne by the buyer as of the delivery of the goods at the enterprise.

Obligations of the Seller:
The seller prepares the goods in accordance with the terms of the contract and keeps the goods at the disposal of the buyer on the specified date or within the period specified in the contract (factory, warehouse, workplace, etc.) without being loaded on any transportation vehicle. It notifies the buyer that the goods are kept ready for his order. It helps the buyer to get export related documents. If the buyer requests it, it makes an agreement with the transport agent at the buyer's expense and sends the transport document it has issued to the buyer so that he can receive the goods at the destination. The seller has no obligation to make a contract of carriage and insurance against the buyer. If there is no clearly agreed point at the designated delivery location, and if there are several suitable points, the seller can choose the one most suitable for his purpose from these points. Sales person,

Obligations of the Buyer:
Pays the cost of the goods in accordance with the terms of the contract. License, etc. required for all kinds of export and import transactions related to the goods, at his own expense and risk. It is responsible for issuing administrative and commercial documents, obtaining necessary permits, carrying out customs procedures and paying customs duties. From the moment the goods are received at the seller's premises, all risks and costs associated with the goods are the responsibility of the Buyer. It pays the freight cost by agreeing with the transport agent for the transportation of the goods. The buyer must provide the seller with the necessary documents and evidence of receipt of the goods. The buyer must pay any inspection costs prior to shipment, including inspection costs stipulated by the country of export.