The Incoterms rules or International Commercial terms are a series of pre-defined commercial terms published by the International Chamber of Commerce (ICC) widely used in international commercial transactions.

A series of three-letter trade terms related to common sales practices, the Incoterms rules are intended primarily to clearly communicate the tasks, costs and risks associated with the transportation and delivery of goods.

The Incoterms rules are accepted by governments, legal authorities and practitioners worldwide for the interpretation of most commonly used terms in international trade.

Expertise you can count on:

  • EXW- ex works . (name place of delivery)
  • FCA – Free Carrier (name place of delivery)
  • CPT – Carriage paid to (name place)
  • CIP – Carriage and insurance paid to (name place)
  • DAT – Delivered at terminal (name terminal or port)
  • DAP – Delivered at place (name place)
  • DDP – Delivered duty paid (name place)
  • FAS – Free along ship (name port)
  • FOB – Free on board (name port or place)
  • CFR – Cost and freight (name port or place)
  • CIF – Cost, insurance and freight (name port or place)

Weights and Volume:

Weight(kg) Cube (M³) Weight(kg) Cube(M³)
50 0.15 1400 4.2
100 0.3 1500 4.5
150 0.4 1600 4.8
200 0.6 1700 5.1
250 0.75 1800 5.4
300 0.9 1900 5.7
350 1.05 2000 6.0
400 1.2 2100 6.3
500 1.5 2200 6.6
600 1.8 2300 6.9
700 2.1 2400 7.2
800 2.4 2500 7.5
900 2.7 2600 7.8
1000 3.0 2700 8.1
1100 3.3 2800 8.4
1200 3.6 2900 8.7
1300 3.9 3000 9.0

Loading Measurements:

Loading meters Weight Ratio Cube (M³)
1 Loading Metre 1650kgs 4.9
2 Loading Metre 3300kgs 9.91
3 Loading Metre 4950kgs 14.86
4 Loading Metre 6600kgs 19.82
5 Loading Metre 8250kgs 24.77
6 Loading Metre 9900kgs 29.73
7 Loading Metre 11550kgs 34.68
8 Loading Metre 13200kgs 39.64
9 Loading Metre 14850kgs 44.59
10 Loading Metre 16500kgs 49.55
11 Loading Metre 18150kgs 54.50
12 Loading Metre 19800kgs 59.46

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