EXW is, therefore, the term of delivery that is used when the recipient is responsible for all costs in connection with a transport which then applies, is also responsible for Carriage / Risks / Costs.
What one must keep in mind is that you have signed transport insurance because the risk passes to the buyer from the factory.
The EXW delivery condition can be used for all types of transport i.e. sea, air, rail and road.
The advantage, however, of using this term of delivery is that you as transport buyer get control of all the costs in the transport chain. Sometimes the local costs can be added as an item on the commercial invoice and you may indirectly pay for the freight all the way anyway.
When you place a booking under the incoterm EXW on Adnavem, you choose freely between the suppliers that best suit you. The costs shown to you are Suppliers for Pick up, Customs clearance, Sea freight including Terminal handling on both sides, Customs clearance and delivery. You can choose your favourites throughout the chain.
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