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The term "E" - INCOTERMS 2000


"E" - The term for the seller's minimum obligations: the seller must deliver the goods only to the buyer at the agreed place - usually in the seller's own premises. On the other hand, as a matter of practical reality, the seller often helps the buyer to deliver the goods on the vehicle provided by the buyer.

Although the term EXW would better reflect this if the seller's obligations have been extended to include loading, it was decided to retain the traditional principle of minimum obligations of the seller in accordance with the terms EXWThat they can be used for cases where the seller does not want to take any liability for cargo loading. If the buyer wants the seller to do more, this should be stated in the contract - the sale.