Freight Salesman

March 17th, 2014

(VASQUEZ, 2004; LIGHT, 2010) FAS – Free Alongside Ship – Exempts in the Back of the Ship. The obligation of the salesman is to place the merchandise to the side of the back of the ship in the wharf of the port of appointed embarkment or in boats of overflow. The disembarrassment of the merchandise starts to be of responsibility of the salesman, in contrast of the previous version when age of responsibility of the purchaser. (VASQUEZ, 2004; LIGHT, 2010) FOB – Free on Board – Free on board the Ship. The salesman, under its account and risk, must place the merchandise on board the ship indicated for the purchaser, in the port of appointed embarkment. He competes to the salesman taking care of the exportation formalities; this formula is most used in the Brazilian exportations by sea or domestic aquavirio. The use of clause FCA will be employee, in the case to use the road, railroad or aerial transport. (VASQUEZ, 2004; LIGHT, 2010) CFR – Cost and Freight – Cost and Freight.

The decurrent expenditures of the rank of the merchandise on board the ship, the freight until the port of appointed destination and the formalities of exportation they run on account of the salesman; the risks and damages of the merchandise, from the moment where it is placed on board the ship, in the embarkment port, are of responsibility of the purchaser, who will have to contract and to pay to the insurance and the expenses with the landing. This term can only be used for maritime transport or domestic fluvial transport. Term CPT will be used when the way of transport will be road, aerial railroad worker or. (VASQUEZ, 2004; LIGHT, 2010) CIF – Cost, Insurance and Freight – Cost, Insurance and Freight. Clause universally used where all expenditures, safe marine and has also freighted, until the arrival of the merchandise in the port of appointed destination runs on account of the salesman; all the risks, since the moment that transposes the amurada one of the ship, in the embarkment port, are of responsibility of the purchaser; the purchaser receives the merchandise in the port from desti

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