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What is the FCA Incoterm (Free Carrier) The FCA Incoterm or "Free Carrier" states that the seller must deliver the goods, ready for export, to the buyer's chosen carrier at a specific agreed-upon location listed in the sales contract. This location can be a particular port or a carriers' hub.What is the difference between FCA and DDP?
As per Inco terms, DDP means Delivered Duty Paid (named destination place mentioned). FCA means, Free Carrier ( up to the destination location mentioned).What is free carrier FCA?
Free Carrier or FCA means that the seller delivers the goods, cleared for export, to the carrier nominated by the buyer at the named place.What is FCA shipping term?
FCA means Free Carrier, introduced as per international commercial terms in 2010. FCA is used for both air and sea transaction. FCA terms of delivery also can be used for inland movements of shipments.