Webinar on Logistics Channel Incoterms Standards

This Incoterms 2010-Term of Sales training will address how the exporter must know the condition of sales at the point of the exporting transaction prior to the exportation process.

Why should you Attend:
The exporter may not know what Incoterms are appropriately acceptable as shipping terms or delivery terms and what are the standard practices in the usage of the terms in an exporting environment. This exporting terms analysis will help to explain the best reason both the buyer and seller must understand their obligations when it comes to the delivery of the goods. As a result, exporter must be aware of the preferred terms to use as seller and the preferred terms that must be used for buyers during the delivery process because the terms will allocate the responsibilities and risks of each party.

Areas Covered in the Session:
What are the terms that can be used for inland and sea transactions?
Which party should purchase marine insurance for each shipping elements prior to delivery operations?
How can each party reduce the risk of losses and damage goods during shipment process?
Which party is responsible for paying the cost of carriage when various intermodal are used in the channel of the distribution process?
What are the minimum obligation for each party during when it comes to paying the delivery duties in the exportation process?
Explain exporting terms and formalities that are directly or indirectly to loading and offloading of the goods.

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