AIR FREIGHT AUSTRALIA
“ONE OF AUSTRALIA’S MOST EXPERIENCED AIR FREIGHT OPERATORS”
TELEPHONE: 1300 767 136 NATIONWIDE 24/7
“Grant Carroll,the Managing Director of CargoMaster boasts 35 years experience organising the uplift of Air Freight Australia wide,domestic same day air freight and overnight or next day air freight ALL OVER AUSTRALIA, moving all types of air freight, many years experience indeed, an Australian air freight and transportation PROFESSIONAL, with vast experience and know- how.”
“IF IT’S URGENT, BIG, HEAVY OR AWKWARD, ANYWHERE AUSTRALIA WIDE, FAST”
“Why you should call on CargoMaster for Air Freight Australia-Wide urgent same day interstate and overnight air freight”
- Genuine professionals with 35 years experience, on call and available to help you with all your urgent Australian domestic air freight requirements
- When you call on CargoMaster your backed by an Australian Domestic air freight company that offers real and extensive transportation resources
- An established and proven air freight operator with an Australia wide air freight network (no silly, fast talking salesman or spin!)
- DOOR TO DOOR 24/7, FAST, air freight Australia, including regional and remote locations, mine-site delivery specialists.
DOMESTIC AIR FREIGHT COMPANY
1300 767 136 AUSTRALIA-WIDE
EMAIL: [email protected]
CARGOMASTER FOR AWKWARD, LARGE, HEAVY OR OUT OF HOURS AIR FREIGHT
“CHECK WITH CARGOMASTER FIRST”
TELEPHONE: 1300 767 136 (Australia-Wide)
TYPICAL QUESTIONS CUSTOMERS ASK CARGOMASTER
“What does air freight mean”
“Air freight is normally time sensitive, fragile or valuable cargo, air freight means the goods will be or have been transported by air craft”
“What is domestic air freight”
“Domestic air freight is freight uplifted anywhere in Australia that is going to another destination located within Australia (including Tasmania). International air freight will depart Australia or arrive in Australia from another country”.
“How is air freight cost calculated”
“Air freight is charged per kilo or per cubic meter whichever is the greatest. Before air freight can be costed you will need to establish if your cargo is chargeable at actual weight or volumetric weight. The correct way to calculate your cargo’s volumetric weight is: length x width x height = (Total) x 167 or 250 (depending on your domestic air freight carrier). Call CargoMaster for a Domestic Air Freight quote: TEL 1300 767 136”
“What is the maximum weight for air freight”
“Your air freight can be any size really, it comes down to a lot of factors like ,size of air craft, size of consignment ,origin and destination of the goods, weight of the goods and type of cargo, best to call CargoMaster for more specific information”.
“How much does it cost to move air freight”
“The cost of air freight is based on weight or size of the consignment and charged at a per kilogram rate. The type of cargo may also play a part in the cost of shipping air freight.”
OVERVIEW AIR FREIGHT
Air freight is a valuable piece of the overall freight picture in Australia. For the year ended 2019, total weight of international and domestic air cargo , approx 1.6 million tonnes, represents less than 0.1 per cent of the freight moved in Australia. 75% of air cargo is international cargo, meaning it is a major contributor to the Australia’s economy.
The Bureau of Infrastructure, Transport and Regional Economics (BITRE) reported in 2014 that air freight in international merchandise trade makes up 21 per cent of total trade by value, worth over $130 billion in 2016‑17. The value of trade flowing through Sydney and Perth airports is about the same as that shipped through the ports of Botany and Fremantle.
The International Air Transport Association (IATA) reports a recent study calculated the global value of air freight is now $18.6 billion each day, and the benefits of air transport include driving economic and social progress, providing access to global markets, generating trade and forging links between nations.
Domestic Air Freight Australia Overview:
Did you know more than 400,000 tonnes of domestic air freight was moved at Australian Airports in the financial year ended 2017?
For financial year ended 2017, Melbourne Airport was number one in Australia for domestic air freight approx 30% of Australia’s domestic air freight was moved to or from Melbourne. Sydney was Australia’s second biggest in the same year with approx 25%, followed in order by Brisbane, Perth and Adelaide (15%,13% and 6%). Eighty per cent of domestic air freight is moved between Australia’s major capital cities of Sydney, Melbourne, Brisbane, Perth and Adelaide. In Australia passenger aircraft on domestic routes carry approx 60 per cent of all domestic air cargo, with the remaining 40 per cent uplifted using freighter aircraft.
Domestic Air Freight can be expensive, it has been reported on average air freight can be 20 times more expensive than road freight and 60 times more expensive than sea freight. This is why goods carried by air freight tend to be time sensitive, for example spare parts for machinery breakdowns or promotions or high value cargo, almost always domestic air cargo is urgent. IATA (The International Air Transport Association) reports that on average worldwide air freight accounts for appreox 9% of a passenger aircrafts revenues.
Dedicated freighter aircraft around Australia are operated by Toll, Qantas and Virgin, Dedicated freighter aircraft service Cairns, Townsville, Brisbane, Sydney, Melbourne, Launceston, Adelaide and Perth
Australia’s major capital cities: Sydney, Melbourne, Brisbane, Perth and Adelaide airports, are owned by the Australian Government and operated by private enterprises with long‑term leases and provide a range of aviation infrastructure dedicated to freight and freighter operations, including hangars, freight aprons, aircraft parking bays and cargo handling facilities.
Haz labels for dangerous goods
For ease of identification of dangerous goods, the international community has created a classification system. All dangerous goods are included in one of nine primary classes. In some cases it has also been necessary to sub-divide some of the classes into divisions in order to adequately provide for the dangers of the individual goods.
There is a label for each class/division to categorise the nature of the hazard. These labels must be affixed to the outside of the package when it is offered for transport and must remain on the package while it is in transit. Some examples of these are illustrated below:
|Class 1 Explosives – explosive substances, explosive articles, pyrotechnic devices. Includes ammunition, fireworks, detonators, etc|
|Class 2 Gases – transported as either compressed, liquefied, refrigerated liquefied or gas in solution. Includes aerosols. This class has three divisions:
|Class 3 Flammable liquids – includes liquids with a boiling point of 35 degrees C or less or a flash point of 60 degrees C or less. Examples are Petrol, Alcohol, etc|
|Class 4 Flammable solids – substances liable to spontaneous combustion and substances which, in contact with water, emit flammable gases. Class 4 has 3 divisions:
|Class 5.1 Oxidising substances – substances which in themselves are not necessarily combustible, but which by yielding oxygen may cause or contribute to the combustion of other material. Example is generators which produce oxygen by chemical reaction.|
|Class 5.2 Organic peroxides – these are thermally unstable substance which may undergo heat generating, self accelerating decomposition – which may be explosive, rapid, sensitive to impact or friction or react dangerously with other substances. Example is Hydrogen Peroxide|
|Class 6.1 Toxic substances – those substances which are liable to cause death or injury if swallowed, inhaled or absorbed through the skin. Examples are pesticides and poisons|
|Class 6.2 Infectious substances – those known to contain , or reasonably expected to contain, pathogens.|
|Class 7 Radioactive material|
|Class 8 Corrosives – substances which, in the event of leakage, can cause severe damage by chemical action when in contact with living tissue or materially damage other freight, containers or the aircraft. Examples are Mercury, Battery acids. etc|
|Class 9 Miscellaneous – includes magnetic articles, which can have an impact on the aircraft’s compass, Internal combustion engines, dry ice (solid carbon dioxide) etc.|
There are four handling labels available for to use in conjunction with the appropriate labels. These are as follows:
|Cryogenics – used on liquefied gases||This Way Up|
|Magnetic Material||Cargo Aircraft Only – a warning that the package must not be carried on an aircraft with passengers|
SOME TYPICAL QUESTIONS CLIENTS ASK CARGOMASTER ABOUT AIR FREIGHT AUSTRALIA
“CargoMaster ,what can I send by air freight “
“You can send most things, but you should contact CargoMaster first, CargoMaster will check to ensure your consignment is not classified as HAZ or dangerous domestic air freight “
“CargoMaster, what type of air freight do you carry around Australia”
“All types of commodities, big and small, machinery, medical equipment, ships spares, mining equipment, pallets, crates, construction machinery, industrial equipment, shop fittings, lighting,signage, tiles, the list is endless
” CargoMaster, do you offer a Australia wide DOOR TO DOOR air freight service”
“Yes, of course , 24/7 DOOR TO DOOR, OR AIRPORT TO AIRPORT TO ALMOST ANYWHERE IN AUSTRALIA! Call CargoMaster for Australia’s guaranteed best same day air freight rates”
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“CargoMaster, are you able to provide any tips to help me get my domestic air freight moving quickly and smoothly”
Yes, importantly make sure your air freight consignment is clearly addressed (with only one address!) if it is fragile, mark your consignment FRAGILE and if you are sending more than one piece ensure each piece is numbered, prepare your air freight for air transport with good packaging and wrapping, make sure your consignment is clean and free of oil, dust, petrol and other contaminants
“Who owns CargoMaster, who are the Directors”
“CargoMaster is owned by Grant Carroll, a New Zealander (who is based in Australia) more about CargoMaster click here . Remember, CargoMaster is a registered and protected Australian Trademark, so no one else can copy CargoMaster.
“CargoMaster, are all air freight Australia operators the same”
“No, please be very careful about who you choose when sending your goods by air , remember its easy to set up a website and call yourself an air freight specialist!, there are some very professional air freight operators in Australia, with many years experience. When you choose CargoMaster you are working with Australia’s best air line-haul operators (as selected by CargoMaster) and the most experienced people !
” CargoMaster, what should I look out for when choosing a urgent or Same Day/Overnight Air Freight Company”
” To begin with, look very closely at their website details (and as above, remember, it’s easy to set up a website and call yourself an air freight specialist!), do they have an “about us page”, if so, go to their about us page, ( if not, ask yourself why!) do they give you any specific details about their company or experience, or is it all just spin. DON’T RISK LOSING YOUR MONEY, ( and your freight too!) find out when they were established (incorporated), you can easily check this on the ASIC website, click here to go to ASIC search, its a free Australian Government service!). Do they give specific details about their experience, if not, it’s wise to be suspicious, ask about the Directors, who are they and what experience do they have in the air transportation industry ( after all, its only fair, they want you to hand over your hard earned $$$$$$, ask yourself, who am I handing my money over too!). Do they make what looks like a lot of exaggerated claims on their website (or claims that simply cannot be true!) , about their company services and experience, yet don’t seem to offer much detail , if so, well done! your on to them! do not risk it, don’t call them. Remember, choosing the right air freight operator is vital, choose the right air freight operator and your consignment will be uplifted quickly and safely and you will have a smooth air shipping experience and a life long transportation partner with world-wide connections!”
“GET YOUR AUSTRALIAN AIR FREIGHT UPLIFTED, QUICKLY AND COST EFFECTIVELY CALL CARGOMASTER TELEPHONE: 1300 767 136 NATIONWIDE”
Once again, thank you for visiting CargoMaster. At CargoMaster we’re all about delivering great service and EASY to work with domestic air freight solutions. CargoMaster UNDERSTANDS the dynamic world of high priority air freight and shipping, we work closely with our clients, making sure each and every consignment is delivered at the right time, in the right condition and at the right place, all for the right price! At CargoMaster we are constantly delivering low cost AIR FREIGHT and SEA FREIGHT solutions to our clients. CargoMaster is an Australian Freight Forwarder, AUSTRALIA WIDE AND WORLD WIDE” Sydney, Melbourne, Brisbane, Perth, Adelaide, Hobart, Canberra and Darwin (and regional centers)
CARGOMASTER works with an Australia wide team of CONNECTED AND DEDICATED TRANSPORTATION PROFESSIONALS. CargoMaster is a FULLY INSURED, AIR FREIGHT SPECIALIST, boasting 35 YEARS TRANSPORTATION EXPERIENCE . CargoMaster is renowned for delivering COST EFFECTIVE AIR FREIGHT SOLUTIONS, SAVING OUR CLIENTS THOUSANDS OF DOLLARS in air freight and shipping costs, CargoMaster has moved hundreds of air freight consignments all around Australia, shipping all types of cargo,! CargoMaster offers you a PROVEN, TECHNOLOGICALLY ADVANCED team of EXPERIENCED PROFESSIONALS, CargoMaster KNOW-HOW to get your goods uplifted and around Australia QUICKLY AND COST EFFECTIVELY.
SIGNIFICANT CHANGES AND AMENDMENTS TO THE 59TH EDITION (2018) The 59th edition of the IATA Dangerous Goods Regulations incorporates all amendments made by the IATA Dangerous Goods Board and includes addenda issued by ICAO to the 2017–2018 edition of the Technical Instructions. The following list is intended to assist the user to identify the main changes introduced in this edition and must not be considered an exhaustive listing. The changes have been prefaced by the section or subsection in which the change occurs. 2—Limitations 2.3—Dangerous Goods Carried by Passengers or Crew 220.127.116.11—Limitations have been adopted on the number of portable electronic devices (PED) and the number of spare batteries for the PED that may be carried by passengers or crew. The limit is a maximum of 15 PED and a maximum of 20 spare batteries. These maximums may be exceeded with the approval of the operator. Table 2.3.A has also been revised to reflect these limits. 2.8—Operator Variations There are a number of additions, deletions and amendments to variations submitted by operators. 3—Classification 3.9.2—This subsection has been restructured to bring in all substances and articles that are assigned to Class 9 with their respective UN numbers and proper shipping names. The substances and articles have then been grouped according to the hazard they pose in transport. 4—Identification 4.4—Special Provisions A70—Which identifies the conditions under which engines may be considered as “not restricted”. The conditions have been revised to require that the shipper provide written or electronic documentation stating that a flushing and purging procedure for flammable liquid powered engines has been followed. A203—Identifies that vehicles powered by an engine powered by both a flammable liquid and flammable gas must be assigned to the entry Vehicle, flammable gas powered. The special provision has been revised to clarify that in this instance the applicable provisions of PI 950(a) must also be met. 5—Packing 18.104.22.168.1—Has been revised to include new restrictions on packages containing lithium batteries, UN 3090 and UN 3480 only, being placed into an overpack with packages containing dangerous goods classified in Class 1 other than Division 1.4S, Division 2.1, Class 3, Division 4.1 or Division 5.1. 22.214.171.124—An additional note has been added to identify that lithium batteries, UN 3090 and UN 3480 only, are not permitted in the same outer packaging with dangerous goods classified in Class 1 other than Division 1.4S, Division 2.1, Class 3, Division 4.1 or Division 5.1. Packing Instructions PI 951—Has been revised to include a requirement that if the vehicle is powered by an engine using both flammable gas and flammable liquid fuels, then the shipper must also meet the relevant provisions of PI 950. PI Y960—A note has been added to reinforce that dangerous goods in PG I are not permitted. PI 965 and PI 968—Text has been added to identify the restrictions on packing lithium batteries (UN 3480 and UN 3090 only) in the same outer packaging with dangerous goods classified in Class 1 other than Division 1.4S, Division 2.1, Class 3, Division 4.1 or Division 5.1. There are also restriction on placing packages containing lithium batteries (UN 3090 and UN 3480 only) into an overpack with packages containing dangerous goods classified in Class 1 other than Division 1.4S, Division 2.1, Class 3, Division 4.1 or Division 5.1. These restrictions apply to Section IA and IB. For Section II, cells and batteries must not be packed in the same outer packaging with other dangerous goods. 7—Marking & Labelling 126.96.36.199.2—Text has been added recommending that the UN number(s) on the lithium battery mark be of a minimum size.
9—Handling 9.3.2—Table 9.3.A and the provisions of 9.3.2 have been revised to introduce segregation requirements for lithium batteries (UN 3480 and UN 3090 only) and dangerous goods classified in Class 1 other than Division 1.4S, Division 2.1, Class 3, Division 4.1 or Division 5.1. This aligns to the changes in 188.8.131.52, 184.108.40.206, PI 965 and PI 968. A note has been added to identify that the segregation of packages and overpacks loaded into ULD and aircraft cargo compartments, while recommended as of 1 January 2018, will not become mandatory until 1 January 2019. Appendix B—In Appendix B.2.2.4 new Cargo IMP codes have been added for UN 3090, Section IA and IB of PI 968—RBM and UN 3480, Section IA and IB of PI 965—RBI. These two new IMP codes facilitate the differentiation of fully regulated lithium batteries (UN 3090 and UN 3480) from those packed with equipment or contained in equipment (UN 3091 and UN 3481), which are currently assigned to RLM and RLI respectively. Appendix D—contact details for competent authorities have been updated. Appendix E—changes have been made to the list of UN Specification Packaging Suppliers (E.1) and the Package Testing Facilities (E.2). Appendix F—the list of Sales Agents (F.2), IATA Accredited Training Schools (F.3—F.5) and IATA Authorised Training Centres (F.6) have been revised. Appendix I—A new appendix has been added to this edition of the DGR to provide the detail of the changes that will come into effect as of 1 January 2019 based on the adoption of the changes arising from the 20th revised edition of the UN Model Regulations as well as the changes that have been agreed to date by the ICAO Dangerous Goods Panel for inclusion into the 2019–2020 edition of the Technical Instructions. These changes include: ● replacement of most instances of the word “risk” by the word “hazard”. The changes reflects the increasing use of safety management systems where “risk” is the likelihood of an event combined with the severity of the outcome, whereas hazard is used to identify the inherent properties. So, for example a substance may have a “subsidiary hazard”, not a “subsidiary risk”. ● significant changes to the provisions for the classification of corrosive substances. These changes reflect the work of the UN Subcommittee with the GHS Subcommittee to better align the classification provisions for transport for Class 8 substances with those for supply and use. ● a new requirement for manufacturers and subsequent distributors of lithium cells or batteries to make available a summary of the UN 38.3 tests. ● new provisions for the classification of articles containing dangerous goods, n.o.s.. This includes twelve new UN numbers, UN 3537 to UN 3548, that have been assigned to articles containing dangerous goods in Classes 2, 3, 4, 5, 8 and 9 and Division 6.1. The details of the provisions that will come into effect in 2019 for air transport have still to be finalised by the ICAO dangerous Goods Panel. ● a number of new and modified special provisions. ● removal of the lithium battery handling label (220.127.116.11). As of 1 January 2019 only the lithium battery mark (18.104.22.168) will be permitted on packages of lithium batteries prepared in accordance with Section IB of PI 965 or PI 968, or Section II of PI 965 to PI 970. REFERENCE MARKS The following symbols placed against an item indicate changes from the previous edition: Symbol—Meaning —Addition of a new item. —Change to an item. —Cancellation of an item. —Additional IATA requirements. —Indicates that the item relates entirely to Radioactive shipments
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One of Australia’s most trusted urgent air freight operators CargoMaster offers Australian businesses and individuals over 30 years experience moving air freight. CargoMaster’s same day air freight or same day interstate, overnight air freight and next day air freight are ideal services for seriously time sensitive air freight. CargoMaster’s air freight Australia services include overnight Australian express air freight Australia wide. Ask CargoMaster about special “spot rates:” for heavy and large air cargo. CargoMaster will get it there FAST!. Save time and save money Call CargoMaster for all your Australia Wide air freight requirements
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CargoMaster’s international air freight services include export air freight and import air freight to and from all corners of the world. CargoMaster is renowned for bringing Australian businesses together with low cost international air freight consolidation services that save you money. When you call on CargoMaster to handle your air freight, you’re backed by a team of global air freight experts, utilizing state of the art communications and tracking technology that is designed to deliver high performance air freight operations. Experience CargoMaster’s next generation air freight services today, the team at CargoMaster will save you too! TEL 1300 85 79 80 NATIONWIDE.
We provide international air freight services:
- to and from over 650 centres worldwide
- Melbourne, Sydney, Brisbane, Perth and Adelaide Import Air Freight and Export Air Freight services from and to USA, UK, Canada, Chile, Argentina, Brazil, Greece France,Turkey, Sweden, Portugal, Germany, Italy, Austria, UAE, PNG, Pacific Islands, NZ and stacks more!
- European air freight specialists
- weekly air freight consolidation services available from the USA and UK.
- International Air Freight Shipping services to and from Melbourne, Sydney, Brisbane, Perth and Adelaide.
Cargomaster Air Freight Services:
- AIR FREIGHT AUSTRALIA TO THE USA
- AIR FREIGHT AUSTRALIA TO THE UK
- AIR FREIGHT AUSTRALIA TO PNG
- AIR FREIGHT AUSTRALIA TO CANADA
- AIR FREIGHT AUSTRALIA TO MANUS ISLAND
- AIR FREIGHT AUSTRALIA TO ITALY
- AIR FREIGHT AUSTRALIA TO GERMANY
- AIR FREIGHT AUSTRALIA TO THE NETHERLANDS
Our extensive experience and logistics network means we can handle the shipping of a variety of cargo types including:
- Boxes & Cartons
- Crates, Pallets & Skids
- Heavy equipment & Industrial machinery
|Max Loadable Volume
|Cargo Hold Dims
|Cargo Door Size
|Cessna 406 Titan||1.2||6.5||320 x 120 x 117||124 x 116|
|Fairchild Metroliner II||1.4||12||835 x 115 x 120||130 x 115|
|Fairchild Metroliner III||2.1||12||775 x 158 x 145||130 x 115|
|Fairchild Metroliner 23||2.3||18||775 x 158 x 145||127 x 115|
|Falcon 20 / 200||2.5||11||704 x 156 x 142||190 x 140|
|Shorts 360||3.5||40||815 x 190 x 190||142 x 168|
|Saab 340||3.8||40||1300 x 170 x 170||135 x 130|
|Aerospatiale ATR42||4.6||40||1080 x 225 x 143||125 x 153|
|Fokker 27||6.3||58||1336 x 210 x 190||228 x 175|
|Antonov AN-26||6.5||45||1110 x 220 x 160||230 x 171|
|Antonov AN-74||6.5||45||1000 x 215 x 220||226 x 220|
|British Aerospace ATP||8.2||78||1500 x 195 x 180||250 x 169|
|Lockheed L-188 Electra||15||135||2000 x 280 x 220||355 x 203|
|Boeing 737-300F||16||115||2100 x 310 x 220||340 x 215|
|Antonov AN-12||18||95||1380 x 300 x 250||300 x 250|
|Lockheed L-100 Hercules||21||140||1707 x 302 x 274||302 x 274|
|Boeing 727-200F||23.5||144||2712 x 351 x 218||340 x 218|
|Boeing 757F||39||187||3327 x 353 x 218||340 x 218|
|Airbus A300 B4F||40||280||3900 x 477 x 223||358 x 256|
|Douglas DC8-62||40||200||3400 x 317 x 203||355 x 215|
|Douglas DC8-54/55||41||180||3100 x 317 x 203||355 x 215|
|Ilyushin IL-76||45||180||1850 x 345 x 325||344 x 340|
|Antonov AN-22||50||650||2640 x 430 x 430||430 x 430|
|Lockheed L10-11 Tristar||55||420||3300 x 360 x 274||431 x 284|
|Boeing 767-300F||55||400||3000 x 400 x 250||340 x 254|
|Douglas DC10-30||65||400||3725 x 448 x 245||350 x 245|
|McDonnell Douglas MD11||85||500||4800 x 350 x 245||355 x 245|
|Boeing 747-100F||90||675||4800 x 488 x 300||340 x 300|
|Boeing 747-200F||100||675||4900 x 488 x 300||340 x 300|
|Boeing 777F||100||625||4400 x 488 x 300||372 x 305|
|Boeing 747-300/400F||110||675||5000 x 488 x 300||340 x 300|
|Antonov AN-124||120||800||3650 x 640 x 440||640 x 440|
|Antonov AN-225||250||1100||4300 x 640 x 440||640 x 440|
INCOTERMS are standard trade terms most commonly used in international freight contracts for sale of goods. It is essential that you are aware of your terms of trade prior to shipment.
EXW – EX WORKS (… named place of delivery)
The Seller’s only responsibility is to make the goods available at the Seller’s premises. The Buyer bears full
costs and risks of moving the goods from there to destination.
FCA – FREE CARRIER (… named place of delivery)
The Seller delivers the goods, cleared for export, to the carrier selected by the Buyer. The Seller loads the
goods if the carrier pickup is at the Seller’s premises. From that point, the Buyer bears the costs and risks
of moving the goods to destination.
CPT – CARRIAGE PAID TO (… named place of destination)
The Seller pays for moving the goods to destination. From the time the goods are transferred to the first
carrier, the Buyer bears the risks of loss or damage.
CIP– CARRIAGE AND INSURANCE PAID TO (… named place of destination)
The Seller pays for moving the goods to destination. From the time the goods are transferred to the first
carrier, the Buyer bears the risks of loss or damage. The Seller, however, purchases the cargo insurance.
DAT – DELIVERED AT TERMINAL (… named terminal at port or place of destination)
The Seller delivers when the goods, once unloaded from the arriving means of transport, are placed at
the Buyer’s disposal at a named terminal at the named port or place of destination. “Terminal” includes
any place, whether covered or not, such as a quay, warehouse, container yard or road, rail or air cargo
terminal. The Seller bears all risks involved in bringing the goods to and unloading them at the terminal
at the named port or place of destination.
DAP – DELIVERED AT PLACE (… named place of destination)
The Seller delivers when the goods are placed at the Buyer’s disposal on the arriving means of transport
ready for unloading at the names place of destination. The Seller bears all risks involved in bringing the goods to the named place.
DDP – DELIVERED DUTY PAID (… named place)
The Seller delivers the goods -cleared for import – to the Buyer at destination. The Seller bears all costs
and risks of moving the goods to destination, including the payment of Customs duties and taxes.
FAS – FREE ALONGSIDE SHIP (… named port of shipment)
The Seller delivers the goods to the origin port. From that point, the Buyer bears all costs and risks of loss
FOB– FREE ON BOARD (… named port of shipment)
The Seller delivers the goods on board the ship and clears the goods for export. From that point, the Buyer bears all costs and risks of loss or damage.
CFR– COST AND FREIGHT (… named port of destination)
The Seller clears the goods for export and pays the costs of moving the goods to destination. The Buyer bears all risks of loss or damage.
CIF – COST INSURANCE AND FREIGHT (… named port of destination)
The Seller clears the goods for export and pays the costs of moving the goods to the port of destination. The Buyer bears all risks of loss or damage. The Seller, however, purchases the cargo insurance.
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