Incoterms are terms established by the International Chamber of Commerce that are used in international trade to define the obligations and responsibilities assumed by the buyer / exporter and seller / importer of a product.
The Incoterms are divided into 4 groups:
The seller has only the obligation to make the goods available to the buyer in his warehouse, the buyer has to organize the collection and maritime or air transport to his country and assumes all the expenses.
The seller prepares and delivers the merchandise at the agreed port and the buyer assumes international transportation to his country.
The seller takes charge of transportation and expenses to the port of discharge, where the buyer must pick up the goods.
The seller delivers the goods at a specific point in the country of destination.