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UK (Head office​)

Harbour International Freight Ltd, E3-E4 Lyntown Trading Estate, Eccles, Manchester, M30 9QG

Tel: +44 (0) 161 872 6875
hello@harbourfreight.co.uk

Ireland (Dublin)

Harbour International Freight Ltd, Gateway Business Park, Naas Road, Dublin, 22

Tel: +353 1 2877771

Ireland (Cork)

Harbour International Freight Ltd, 1 South Terrace, Lehenaghmore Industrial Estate, Cork

Tel: +353 21 500 5623​

Northern Ireland

Harbour International Freight Ltd, 21 Moyraverty W Road, Moyraverty, Craigavon, BT65 5HU

Tel: 028 3832 2100

FAQ's​

Q. What are your packaging requirements?
A. All shipments must be packed in containers made of durable material and of quality sufficient to withstand handling on trailers. All packages containing FRAGILE or PERISHABLE articles must be marked in large letters, preferably with appropriate labels.

 

Q. Should I leave my package open for inspection?
A. No, only if it is an Air Courier or Air Freight shipment.

 

Q. Will the recipient be notified upon arrival of the delivery?
A. Yes, the recipient's phone number you provide at the time of shipping will be utilized to notify the recipient if required.

Incoterms 2010

International Commercial Terms ("Incoterms") are internationally recognised standard trade terms used in sales contracts.

RULES FOR ANY MODE OF TRANSPORT:

 

  • ExWorks (EXW): the seller fulfills his obligations by having the goods available for the buyer to pick up at his premises or another named place (i.e. factory, warehouse, etc.). Buyer bears all risk and costs starting when he picks up the products at the seller's location until the products are delivered to his location. Seller has no obligation to load the goods or clear them for export.

  • Free Carrier (FCA): the seller delivers the goods export cleared to the carrier stipulated by the buyer or another party authorized to pick up goods at the seller's premises or another named place. Buyer assumes all risks and costs associated with delivery of goods to final destination including transportation after delivery to carrier and any customs fees to import the product into a foreign country.

  • Carriage Paid To (CPT): seller clears the goods for export and delivers them to the carrier or another person stipulated by the seller at a named place of shipment. Seller is responsible for the transportation costs associated with delivering goods to the named place of destination but is not responsible for procuring insurance.

  • Carriage and Insurance Paid To (CIP): seller clears the goods for export and delivers them to the carrier or another person stipulated by the seller at a named place of shipment. Seller is responsible for the transportation costs associated with delivering goods and procuring minimum insurance coverage to the named place of destination.

  • Delivered at Terminal (DAT): seller clears the goods for export and bears all risks and costs associated with delivering the goods and unloading them at the terminal at the named port or place of destination. Buyer is responsible for all costs and risks from this point forward including clearing the goods for import at the named country of destination.

  • Delivered at Place (DAP): seller clears the goods for export and bears all risks and costs associated with delivering the goods to the named place of destination not unloaded. Buyer is responsible for all costs and risks associated with unloading the goods and clearing customs to import the goods into the named country of destination.

  • Delivered Duty Paid (DDP): seller bears all risks and costs associated with delivering the goods to the named place of destination ready for unloading and cleared for import.

RULES FOR SEA AND INLAND WATERWAY TRANSPORT:

  • Free Alongside Ship (FAS): seller clears the goods for export and delivers them when they are placed alongside the vessel at the named port of shipment. Buyer assumes all risks/costs for goods from this point forward.

  • Free on Board (FOB): seller clears the goods for export and delivers them when they are on board the vessel at the named port of shipment. Buyer assumes all risks/cost for goods from this moment forward.

  • Cost and Freight (CFR): seller clears the goods for export and delivers them when they are on board the vessel at the port of shipment. Seller bears the cost of freight to the named port of destination. Buyer assumes all risks for goods from the time goods have been delivered on board the vessel at the port of shipment.

  • Cost, Insurance, and Freight (CIF): seller clears the goods for export and delivers them when they are on board the vessel at the port of shipment. Seller bears the cost of freight and insurance to the named port of destination. Seller's insurance requirement is only for minimum cover. Buyer is responsible for all costs associated with unloading the goods at the named port of destination and clearing goods for import. Risk passes from seller to buyer once the goods are on board the vessel at the port of shipment.

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