F terms
A category of Incoterms obliging the buyer to arrange and pay for a ship or other transport to receive the goods from the seller in the seller's country. Free on board (FOB) is a typical term providing for the buyer to procure a ship leaving the seller's country and the seller to ship them on board free of charges and costs prior to loading. In F type terms, risk will pass at the point when the carrier takes possession.

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