Cargo-Free to (first) CARRIER (agreed loading point). The seller pays for transport to the said point of delivery and the risk passes when the goods are transferred to the first carrier. FCA is suitable for all forms of transport.
The seller must deliver the goods to the carrier or another person designated by the buyer, at the agreed point, if applicable, at the agreed place on the agreed date or within the time limit agreed for delivery.
The risk of damage during transport is at the buyer's expense from delivery.
The cost of transport is at the buyer's expense from the agreed place of delivery. Until delivery, the costs are borne by the seller.
The seller must provide all customs formalities resulting from the export. His account is also the resulting costs, duties and charges. Customs formalities, costs, duties and charges shall be borne by the purchaser in the case of transit through other countries and imports into the country of destination.
Neither party is obliged to take out insurance for the goods.
Addition place of delivery
The place of supply shall indicate the place of transfer of goods. At FCA, this is indicated by: (... named place (... agreed location)).