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Ex Warehouse

An agreement between a buyer and a seller in which the seller delivers a good, at his own expense and risk, to a certain warehouse. Once it arrives at the warehouse, expense and risk transfer to the buyer, who is responsible for transporting the good from there.
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Co has reiterated that the comparison in prices should be the importer's ex-warehouse as against the ex-plant price of the local manufacturers.
Importers, however, contended that the ex-warehouse price of the importers and ex-plant price of local integrated cement manufacturers should have been the basis of the computation.
Ex-warehouse worker Aidan, 26, walked the aisle with their one-year-old daughter, Nova.
Ex-warehouse supervisor Neil Douglas, made redundant on November 11 after working for the firm for ten years, said he was owed around pounds 7,800.
The 43-year-old ex-warehouse worker was told he probably wouldn't live to see Christmas because his illness was so advanced, and his weight had reduced to just over seven stone.
This week in the domestic UAE market, price levels have been in the range of AED 2,550-2,575/mt ($694-701$7mt) on theoretical basis ex-warehouse. Offers by Turkish producers to the Dubai market are currently at $700-710/mt CFR on theoretical basis while traders in Dubai find the new price levels high and prefer to avoid any new bookings until the uncertainty in their domestic market susbides.
Command central for Terdema Ussery, or "T" as many refer to him, is a Spartan ex-warehouse that serves as the Dallas Mavericks offices.
The basic space is a lofty, L-shaped ex-warehouse floor, bisected by a line of robust cast-iron Corinthian columns.
They said that TC should have used as comparison the ex-warehouse price of the importers and the ex-plant price of local integrated cement manufacturers.