Free Carrier


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Free Carrier (FCA)

An Incoterm meaning that the cost, risk and responsibility shift from the seller to the buyer when the goods are turned over to a carrier at a designated place.

Free Carrier

In international commerce, an agreement between a seller and a buyer indicating that the seller has fulfilled his/her obligation to deliver a good when he/she has transferred it to the port, airport, or other place from which it will be transported. All cost and risk transfers to the buyer when the good is delivered to this agreed-upon place. The buyer designates the place to which the seller must deliver the good. See also: United Nations Convention on Contracts for the International Sale of Goods, Incoterm.
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The trial builds on Sainsbury's commitment to push the use of re-usable bags in favour of free, disposable carrier bags, and follows the supermarket's Make the Difference days when it removed all free carrier bags, and gave 10 million customers a Bag for Life.
Retail is about getting customers into your business and customers want free carrier bags to put their shopping in, so we would only start doing that if other retailers did.
About 80% of shoppers put everything into free carrier bags at the supermarket.
If you have to take a free carrier bag at the till, try to reuse it as often as possible.
At its recent annual general meeting, the European Coffee Federation approved the European Free Carrier Contract for Coffee (E.
In France, most of the big supermarket chains have stopped giving out free carrier bags.
Loading and unloading obligations have been shifted to the seller under Free Carrier Seller's Place terms.
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The company charges for carrier bags on the rationale that, 'There's no such thing as a free carrier bag.
You do get handed a free carrier bag, though, stuffed with leaflets, a discount brochure and, bizarrely, floss picks for your teeth.
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