When shipping a product overseas or importing a product from overseas, the exporter or importer must be aware of packing, labeling, documentation, and insurance requirements.

  1. An international freight forwarder is an agent for the exporter/importer and can help/assist move cargo from “door-to-door,” providing several significant services. To avail these services and for further guideline kindly mail us at info@globetrans.in
  1. The new INCOTERMS® 2010 became effective January 1, 2011.
  2. Incoterms--which is an abbreviation for International Commercial terms--are a series of sales terms. They are published by the International Chamber of Commerce (ICC) and are widely used in commercial transactions. In addition to providing a set of rules for the interpretation of commonly used trade terms, INCOTERMS® 2010 accomplish the following:
  3. 1. Significantly revises Group D listed in INCOTERMS® 2000; 2. Reduce Incoterms from four groups to two groups, allowing trade experts to choose the most suitable rule related to the mode of transport; and 3. Reduce the absolute number of Incoterms from 13 to 11. Moreover, INCOTERMS® 2010 offer additional guidance which assists users in selecting the most appropriate Incoterm for each transaction. The revised terms also spell out rules regarding the use of electronic procedures; detail information on security-related clearances for shipments; and offer advice with respect to domestic trade.
  1. The two main categories of Incoterms® 2010 are now organized by modes of transport. Used in international as well as in domestic contracts for the first time, the new groups aim to simplify the drafting of contracts and help avoid misunderstandings by clearly stipulating the obligations of buyers and sellers.
  2. Group 1. Incoterms® that apply to any mode of transport are:
  3. EXW Ex Works FCA Free Carrier CPT Carriage Paid To CIP Carriage and Insurance Paid To DAT Delivered at Terminal DAP Delivered at Place DDP Delivered Duty Paid
  4. Group 2. Incoterms® that apply to sea and inland waterway transport only:
  5. FAS Free Alongside Ship FOB Free on Board CFR Cost and Freight CIF Cost, Insurance, and Freight
  1. The consignor (or shipper) is the person who is the originator of the shipment. A consignee is the person who is the receiver of the shipment
  1. Yes, we have our representatives and agents around the globe that will be delighted to assist you. Please check with us, they will be able to help you for any logistics services.
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  1. Yes, we have receiving warehouse domestic as well as overseas.