Incoterms has been changed with International Chamber of Commerce’s (“ICC”) revision in 2010. These changes have been prepared by ICC and applied in 2011.
1) Ex Works: In this delivery type; the seller is obliged to keep the goods ready to deliver to the Buyer at his own or other appointed place (warehouse, factory etc.).
2) Free Carrier: This rule requires the seller to clear the goods through customs to the extent applicable.
3) Carriage To Paid: ın this type of delivery, the Seller is obliged to make an agreement for the transfer the goods and pay all transportation costs.
4) Carriage And Insure Paid to: The Seller is obliged to make the contract regarding the transportation of thegoods to the destination and making the payment for their insurance premiums.
5) Delivered At Terminal: The Seller is obliged to deliver the goods unloaded in an appointed point (dock, warehouse etc.) or at the terminal.
6) Delivered At Place: The Seller is obliged to deliver the goods loaded at the specified location determined in the contract.
7) Delivered Duty Paid: The Seller is obliged to deliver the goods with clarification from the customs duty for import at the determined location ready to be unloaded.
8) Free Alongside Ship: The Seller is obliged to deliver the goods in free alongside ship(i.e. at a dock or quay).
9) Free On Board: In this type seller delivered and assure the goods in the port decided in contract and buyers ship determined.
10) Cost and Freight: The seller is obliged to make payment for all cost and freight in order to transport the goods to the designated port of destination.
11) Cost, Insurance and Freight: The Seller is obliged to deliver or provide the procurement of the goods on board the ship.