How to use Incoterms is a headache for many buyers and sellers, because Incoterms are changing at any time, the more commonly used Incoterms2010 Incoterms2000, and the emergence of Incoterms 2020, but must remember a principle is to use the Incoterms that are most beneficial to your curren...


With the introduction of detailed rules for the implementation of VGM regulations by major shipping companies and local terminals, the entire international freight forwarders and international trade exporters have gradually increased the importance of the new VGM regulations. However, in t...


A certificate of origin is a document that certifies the origin or place of manufacture of goods. It is the approval basis for the importing country to grant quotas or preferential tariff treatment to the exporting country.   Usually issued by the commodity inspection agency or chambe...


In international trade, a packing list is a common shipping document. Of course, there are also many newcomers who are just engaged in the freight industry, or who are newcomers to international trade who still need to have a good understanding of what a packing list is. The packing list, ...


What is FCA means?   FCA is a free carrier (…designated place)” means that the seller only needs to deliver the goods to the carrier designated by the buyer at the designated place and go through the export customs clearance procedures to complete the delivery.   It s...


Sometimes when you import from overseas, you will find that your suppliers prefer to use EXW quotations for air cargo, and some suppliers can only provide EXW quotations, but some suppliers insist on using the FOB term, what is the reason,  Let’s learn about EXW this Incoterms. &nbs...

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