Any information that affects your freight is information that you should know. Are you aware of the proposed changes to Incoterms 2020?
Have you been shipping products blindly? Shipping without knowing how Incoterms affect your freight creates a risk that could cost you anywhere from a few thousand dollars to completely bankrupting your business.
There are many variables to consider when choosing between shipping your goods LCL (less than container load), air freight, or purchasing a whole container even though you’re not going to fill it.
A specialized agency of the United Nations, the International Maritime Organization (IMO)’s mission is to “promote safe, secure, environmentally sound shipping through cooperation.”
When certificates and paperwork are missing or incorrect at Customs or other checkpoints along a shipping line, the consequences for noncompliance can include fines and delays that impact an importer’s bottom line.