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FOB – Free On Board

«Free on Board» means that the seller delivers when the goods pass the ship’s rail at the named port of shipment. This means that the buyer has to bear all costs and risks of loss of or damage to the goods from that point. The FOB term requires the seller to clear the goods for […]

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Ten tips for export from Spain
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Ten tips for export from Spain

The success and expansion of the international e-commerce is a reality that the small and medium-sized Spanish companies cannot remain outside. In this global scenario, ensure that the inventory is available for consumers beyond our borders is crucial so that these businesses can maximize their sales. For this reason, it is necessary a 360 degree […]

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fca incoterms
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FCA – Free Carrier

FCA (Free Carrier) means that the seller fulfills his obligation to deliver when he has delivered the goods, permission to export, in the charge of the carrier named by the buyer in the name of the place or point. If not indicated no precise point by the buyer, the seller may choose within the place […]

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Types of containers
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Types of containers

There are different types of containers according to the type of merchandise of your exports or imports. Here you can analyze the container that best fits the needs of your shipment. Containers standard: There are 2 types of containers, 20 ft and 40 ft. Standard 20′ container, also known as dry van, is the most […]

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incoterms 2010
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Incoterms 2010

Before designing a freight internationally, it is necessary to clarify this basic question: at what point the risks and costs are transferred to the buyer ? The buyer and the seller reduce the uncertainty to any international transaction, such as trade practices and differing interpretations from one country to another. Become more precise their respective […]

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Election of freight for export or import

One of the things that scares companies when you start making imports is vendor reliability. Usually we ask customers who are beginning to whether it can be trusted or another provider. In our experience, this must be applied fairly common sense and take some risk. Once we have more or less clear who we could […]

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