Incoterms® were first published by the International Chambers of Commerce in 1936.
They are a set of internationally recognised, three letter acronyms, which define the risks and responsibilities of buyers and sellers in international trade contracts.
It is essential that businesses understand Incoterms® as their use is vital for the successful movement of goods between customers and suppliers around the world.
The misuse of these terms can lead to delays, penalties, problems with payment and more. This seminar will explain Incoterms® and their importance in international trade contracts.
How to book
To book your place(s) please contact Sadie Parr on 01223 209805 or email firstname.lastname@example.org including your company name, all delegate names and job titles, and a contact telephone number. Payment for the course is required at the time of booking.
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