Our transportation and logistics services are provided by ARKAS Logistics while SELTAŞ Customs Consultancy ensures customs clearance services.
Management of products means that the dealer fulfills his obligation of delivery by keeping the products ready in his business (factory, warehouse, etc.) for the customer’s order. The dealer is not responsible for loading the goods in a vehicle provided by the buyer or passing the goods through the export customs unless otherwise agreed upon. From this point to the destination, the buyer bears all the expenses and risks related to the transportation of the goods. This term is a form of sales that includes the least obligation for the dealer. In this form of delivery, only the cost of packaged goods is included in the sales price specified in the contract. In other words, all shipping, loading, unloading, and insurance costs are paid by the customer from the date of delivery.
The dealer's delivery obligation ends with the delivery of the goods after they passed through the export customs and delivery to the carrier planned by the customer at the agreed place or point. If an exact delivery place is not specified by the customer, the dealer may determine a place where the carrier will receive the goods. If commercial practices require the assistance of its sales to contract with the carrier (For example, in rail and air transportation), the dealer may act like a customer is responsible for probable risk and expenses.
When the goods are placed in the direction of the ship, the dealer should deliver the goods at the specified loading port. After delivery, the customer is responsible for all costs, loss, and damage risks for the goods. The term FAS means that the goods should be passed from customs clearance by the dealer for export. However, if the parties want the goods to be passed from customs clearance by the customer for export, this should be clearly stated in the sales contract. This term can only be used in sea or inland waterway transport.
The delivery obligation of the dealer has fulfilled from the moment that the goods open the ship's rail at the determined loading port. All expense loss or damage risks related to the goods are undertaken by the customer from this point on. If the ship's handrail does not mean anything in practice (such as in roll-on/roll-off or container transport) it would be better to use the term FCA.
The dealer must pay all necessary expenses and freight to send the goods to the determined destination port. However, the increase in expenses due to the risk of lost damage related to the goods is transferred from the dealer to the customer as soon as the goods pass the ship's rail at the loading port. The term CFR indicates that the dealer should pass the goods from the customs clearance for export.
The dealer has the same obligations in CFR. Besides, maritime insurance against loss or damage risk must be provided during transportation. The dealer makes the insurance contract and pays the insurance premium. This means the customer should know that the dealer must provide only a minimum coverage of insurance which indicates that the dealer must pass the goods from customs clearance for export. This term is used only in sea and inland water transportation. If the ship's handrail does not mean anything in practice, it is more appropriate to use the term CIP.
CIP means that the dealer pays the freight required to transport the goods to the agreed destination. Additional costs due to the risks of loss and damage of the goods may arise during delivery, passes from the dealer to the customer after the goods are placed under the supervision of the carrier. The carrier is the person who undertakes the transportation responsible for iron, land, sea, air, inland water transportation, or combinations in a carrier transportation contract.
The dealer has the same obligations in the CPT. However, during the transportation of the goods, the dealer should provide cargo insurance against loss or damage risk. The dealer makes the insurance contract and pays the insurance premium.
The dealer's delivery obligation means that the goods are passed by the customs clearance for export and terminate only at the designated place or point at the border only with the condition by keeping the adjacent country ready to order before the customs border. The term border can be used for any border, including the border of the exporting country. Therefore, it is vitally important that the boundary should always precisely defined by specifying the point or place.
The dealer's delivery obligation ends with keeping the goods ready for the customer's order at the determined destination port of the ship's side, without passing through the import customs. The dealer undertakes all necessary expenses and risks to bring the goods to the specified port of destination. This term can only be used for sea or inland water transport.
It means that the dealer delivers the goods at the pier as the determined port of destination without carrying out any customs clearance procedures which become the customer’s responsibility form now on. The dealer must undertake all the damage and costs associated with transporting the goods to the determined port of destination and discharging to the pier. The term DEQ envisages the customer to bear the obligation to custom clearance of the goods for import and to pay all related transactions, taxes, duties, and other charges. This term can only be used if the goods are to be delivered by sea or inland water or by multi-vehicle transport from the ship to the dock at the arrival port. In addition, if the parties want to add the damage and expenses related to the transfer of goods from the dock to another place inside or outside the port, the terms DDU or DDP should be used.
The dealer's delivery obligation ends when the goods are kept ready for order in the country of import. The dealer must undertake the risks and expenses related to the transportation of the goods up to this point and the carries out of the custom clearance formalities (excluding taxes, duties, and fees to be paid for import). On the other hand, the customer must bear the additional expenses and risks arising from the failure to stand the goods from the customs at the correct import time.
The dealer's obligation ends when the goods are kept ready for order at the designated country of import. The seller has to bear the risks and expenses including the taxes, duties, and other charges required for the transportation of the goods to that point and passing them through the import customs.