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What are Incoterms® and how should they be used?

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Understand how obligations, risks and costs are split between a buyer and seller in connection with the delivery of goods.

What you’ll learn

  • understand what Incoterms do
  • what Incoterms do not cover
  • how this impacts the cost of goods

Description

This is a must-attend session for potential exporters of goods.  Incoterms are the internationally recognised, standard rules which describe how obligations, risks and costs of delivery are split between buyer and seller.

This webinar will outline some of the most commonly used Incoterms and help you select the most appropriate terms for your sales.  As there are some common misconceptions around this subject, we’ll also highlight the things that Incoterms do not cover.  Finally, we’ll think about the broader considerations around your choice of Incoterms.

Speakers

Rimante Bang

UK Export Academy Adviser, Department for Business and Trade

Rimante has worked for a range of private and public sector organisations both in the UK and overseas. She has over 20 years of both import and export experience in various international markets, including 16 years living and working in South Korea, which allowed her to gain invaluable exposure to Asian markets and business culture. She has experience across retail, education, consumer electronics, food and nutraceutical sectors.

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What are Incoterms® and how should they be used?

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Recorded: 1 November 2023 • 1 hour

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