Context is: trade term. An international commercial term (Incoterm), meaning "free carrier," that is used in international sales contracts to signify that a seller must deliver goods sold, cleared for export, to a carrier or freight forwarder specified by the buyer. The seller has no obligation with respect to import licensing or insurance. See also CFR; CIF; CIP; CPT; DAF; DDP; DDU; DEQ; DES; EXW; FAS; FOB; Incoterms.
Free Carrier, term of delivery defined in INCOTERMS
Abbreviation for the Free Carrier
Abbreviation for " free carrier (Named place)."
Free Carrier ( named place ) means that the seller fulfills his obligation to deliver when he has handed over the goods cleared for export in the charge of the carrier named by the buyer at the name place.
Free carrier. This is an Incoterm - see the Incoterms 2000 website for more information. The seller is responsible for clearing the goods for export and delivering them to a specified place. This could be the seller's premises or those of a carrier or freight forwarder. The place of delivery determines who is responsible for loading or unloading the goods. Once the goods are delivered the buyer bears all costs and risks.
"Free carrier" to named place. Replaces the former term "FOB named inland port" to designate the seller's responsibility for the cost of loading goods at the named shipping point. May be used for multimodal transport, container stations, and any mode of transport, including air.
See Free Carrier (...named place).
Free Carrier (Named Place …) This Is An Example of a INCOTERM
Free Carrier (... named place). This term means that the exporter's obligations are fulfilled when goods are delivered to a carrier nominated by the buyer. It is the exporter's responsibility to clear the goods for export.
Free Capacity Assignment. A capacity optimisation access scheme used on the inbound from a VSAT back to the hub.
Incoterm for "Free Carrier".â†’ Incoterms
Free Carrier (...named place) means that the seller fulfills their obligation to deliver when they have handed over the goods, cleared for export, into the charge of the carrier, named by the buyer, at the named place. SEE Incoterms for a list of the thirteen Incoterms.
The seller fulfils his obligation to deliver when he has handed over the goods, cleared for export, into the charge of the carrier named by the buyer at the named place or point.