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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 does FCA stand for?
FCA stands for Free Carrier (shipping) Suggest new definition. This definition appears very frequently and is found in the following Acronym Finder categories: Business, finance, etc.What is FCA in shipping term?
Free Carrier (FCA) Refers to a named place within the country of origin of the shipment. This term defines the seller’s responsibility for handing over the goods to a named carrier at the named shipping point.What is FCA delivery terms?
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. Normally the term FCA should be followed by a named location. FCA terms has mainly been designed...