Shipment of goods is made according to Incoterms rules of international commercial terms:
1. Maritime transport
CIF Cost Insurance and Freight – Cost, Insurance and Freight (CIF) means that the seller delivers the goods on board the vessel or provides goods delivered in such a way. The risk of loss or damage to the goods passes when the goods are on board the vessel. The seller must sign a contract and pay all cost and freight necessary to deliver the goods to the specified destination port. The seller also signs an insurance contract covering the risk of loss or damage to the goods during transport.
2. For road and rail transport:
CPT Carriage Paid to – Carriage Paid to means that the seller passes the goods to the carrier or another person nominated by the seller at the agreed location (if such location is agreed by the parties) and that the seller is obliged to sign a contract of carriage and bear transport cost necessary to bring the goods to the agreed destination.
Shipment is made by sea containers, railcars and containers
40 ft sea container specifications (Dry Van)
- External dimensions (mm) – length 12192, width 2438, and height 2591
- Internal dimensions (mm) – length 12039, width 2350, and height 2372
- Doorway (mm) –width 2336, height – 2291
Parameters and weight characteristics:
- Maximum gross weight (kg) – 28800-30480
- Tare weight (kg) – 3640-4000
- Payload (kg) – 24800-26840
- Volume (m3) – 67.3-67.8
- Palletizing -86400.7 legs
- Quantity of stored pallets – 25
- meet ISO standards (ISO 830, 668, 6346, 1161, 1496-1)
- are sealed (WWT – wind&water tight condition)
- with CSC plate valid (meet the requirements of the International Convention for Safe Containers) – at least 12 months.
- with valid prefix (registered BIC code)
- meet the requirements of TIR convention (for road transport)
- comply with UIC code 592-1 (for rail transport)