Any company that is exporting needs to understand Incoterms and your responsibilities.
Incoterms are the international standard trade definitions used to define the responsibilities of sellers and buyers for the delivery of goods.
They are fundamentally important as they are incorporated into sales contracts worldwide.
The Incoterms® rules describe mainly the tasks, costs and risks involved in the delivery of the goods from sellers to buyers Incoterms are not law, they are rules.
As part of the Export Council of Australia (ECA) Going Global program you can learn more about the basic essentials for managing your freight and logistics.
- Incoterms 2010
- Trade Terminology explained
- Common freight costs
- Choosing the right freight forwarder
- Marine insurance for air and sea cargo
- Further information and support
The Going Global program aims to help you to demystify developing your international business strategy so that you are armed with the right skills and the right toolkit to embark confidently in the next stage of growing your business.