Tools & Resources

Here are some helpful tools and forms you may find useful.

Currency Converter

Amount to convert

Volumetric Calculator

Dimensions are calculated per item, NOT for total volume.

One Cubic Metre Equals 167 Kilograms To Determine Chargeable Weight
500KG = 1CBM
One Cubic Foot Is Assesed A Weight Of 10 LBS Per Cubic Foot

INCOTERMS 2010

EX WORK (named place)

EXW specifies that the seller/exporter/ manufacturer merely makes the goods available to the buyer, not cleared for export, at the seller’s “named place of delivery,” which is commonly, but not necessarily, the seller’s place of business. Example EXW, ABC Factory, Full Address, London, England.

FREE ON BOARD (named port of shipment)

FOB specifies that the seller/exporter is responsible for delivering the goods, export cleared, on board a ship, but does not bear risk or costs afterwards. Example FOB, ABC Shipping Line, Vessel DEF, Montreal, Canada

CARRIAGE PAID TO (named place of destination)

CPT specifies that the seller is responsible for contracting and paying the carriage to the “named place of destination.” Example CPT ABC Rail Terminal, Madrid, Spain.

DELIVERED AT PLACE (named place of destination)

DAP specifies that the seller is responsible for all cost associated with delivering the goods to the “named place of destination,” excluding import customs formalities, duties, fees, and taxes. Example DAP, Shanghai Free Trade Zone, Terminal 1, Shanghai, China

FREE CARRIER (named place of delivery)

FCA specifies that the seller/exporter/ manufacturer is responsible for delivering the goods to the carrier, export cleared, at the “named place of delivery,” but does not bear risk or cost afterwards. Example FCA, ABC Shipping Line, Door 8, Full Address, Bremen, Germany.

COST AND FREIGHT (named port of destination)

CFR specifies that the seller is responsible for delivering the goods on board the ship at the port of shipment and contracting and paying for carriage to the “named port of destination.” Example CFR, ABC terminal, Port of Tokyo, Japan.

CARRIAGE AND INSURANCE PAID TO (named place of destination)

CIP specifies that the seller is responsible for contracting and paying for carriage and insurance to the “named place of destination.” Example CIP, ABC Rail Terminal, Siding C, Madrid Spain.

DELIVERED DUTY PAID

(named place of destination)

DDP specifies that the seller is responsible for all costs associated with delivering the goods to the “named place of destination” including import customs formalities, duties, fees, and taxes. Example DDP, Importer ABC, Full Address, Vancouver, Canada.

FREE ALONGSIDE SHIP (named port of shipment)

FAS specifies that the seller/exporter is responsible for delivering the goods, export cleared, alongside the ship, but does not bear risk or costs afterwards. Example FAS, ABC Shipping Line, Dock 3, Hamburg, Germany.

COST, INSURANCE AND FREIGHT (named port of destination)

CIF specifies that the seller is responsible for delivering the goods on board the ship at the port of shipment, and contracting and paying for carriage and insurance to the “named port of destination.” Example CIF ABC Terminal, Port of Tokyo, Japan.

DELIVERED AT TERMINAL (named terminal at port or place of destination)

DAT specifies that the seller is responsible for all the costs associated with delivering the goods to the “named terminal at the port or place of destination,” excluding import customs formalities, duties, fees and taxes. Example DAT Terminal ABC, Pearson Intl. Airport, Toronto, Canada