Ex Dock

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Ex Dock

An agreement between a buyer and a seller in which the seller delivers a good, at his own expense and risk, to a certain dock from which the good may be loaded onto a ship. Once it arrives at the dock, expense and risk transfer to the buyer, who is responsible for transporting the good from there. It is not a recognized incoterm.
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On October 22 a civic rece ption was held fo r more than 100 retired and ex-dock workers at the Town Hall.
vantage for cargo includes samples coverage, which covers promotional material not intended for sale that does not appear on the shipment invoice; consequential reduction in value, which is designed to respond to the reduction in value of a shipment due to the loss of an original manufacturer's warranty; and ex-dock, which extends coverage for goods/merchandise of the insured for overland transportation beyond what is insured under the policy for an overseas voyage.
Wanted- contact with ex-dock workers prepared to recall incidents, good, bad, happy, sad, anything, no matter how trivial, to do with the workings of dockland in the 50s and 60s.
With a mixed bag of a clientele made up of students from the nearby universities and many ex-dock workers themselves, the bar has a friendly atmosphere and a contemporary feel.