Free Carrier

Moneybestpal Team

Free Carrier (FCA) is a delivery phrase used in international trade to refer to a contract between a seller and a buyer.

In particular, it describes a scenario in which the seller delivers products to a carrier or another person designated by the buyer at a predetermined location, like a port or warehouse, where the goods are prepared for export. At that point, ownership of the items and all associated risk passes from the seller to the buyer.

In accordance with the FCA, the seller is in charge of organizing and loading the items onto the carrier, finishing export paperwork, and delivering the goods to the specified place. The buyer is in charge of paying for the transportation, unloading the merchandise at the destination, and adhering to any import laws or taxes.

The International Chamber of Commerce (ICC) created Incoterms (International Commercial Terms) to standardize contracts for international trade. FCA is one of these Incoterms. It is frequently used in cross-border transactions involving all forms of transportation, such as air, sea, and land.

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