ITT Exercises - Freight Transportation.pdf

Exw crepes ltee 71 high street chicoutimi pq

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EXW, Crepes Ltee., 71 High Street, Chicoutimi, PQ, Incoterms® 2010. e) Waffles Restaurants is willing to accept risk for the goods once they are loaded into the container, but they have asked you to deliver the goods to the Port of Liverpool, and insure the cargo as well. CIP, Liverpool Terminal (or Port of Liverpool), Dock No. 56, Incoterms ® 2010. f) Waffles Restaurants asks that you deliver the goods to their distribution centre in Birmingham. They would like Crepes Ltee. to account for the goods to U.K. Customs as well. DDP, Waffles Restaurants, Distribution Centre, 345 Rose Street, Birmingham, U.K., Incoterms ® 2010.
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Answers Terms of Trade Page | 203 2017 Exercise 6.6 (Answer) 1. You have received a call from your client, Pretty Good Tyres, 45 Patrick Street, Dublin, Ireland. They are looking to sell to a po tential new client, Gino’s, 567 Maria Grazia Plaza, Milan, Italy. They have ordered a full truckload of various sizes of tires and require your advice to conclude the pricing and complete the commercial invoice. You are to advise your client of what Incoterms ® 2010 to use for each scenario. Routing instructions: x Euro Trans Transport Ltee. delivers the trailer from the warehouse to a TIR Terminal for haulage via intermodal transportation x EU Rail moves the trailer from the sorting yard in Dublin, Ireland, to the Milan rail yard, Italy x Cinzano Trucking will deliver the trailer to Gino’s distribution centre located in the Milan Industrial Park, Milan, Italy and return the empty trailer thereafter. a) Gino’s will make all transport arrangements and assume risk for the goods and pay for all transportation arrangements once they have been loaded into the trailer at Pretty Good Tyres’ loading dock. FCA, Pretty Good Tyres, 45 Patrick Street, Dublin, Ireland, Euro Trans Transport, Incoterms ® 2010. b) Gino’s wants the goods delivered to their distribution centre in Milan and not have to deal with customs issues. DDP, Gino’s Distribution Centre, 567 Maria Grazia Plaza, Milan, Italy, Incoterms ® 2010. c) Pretty Good Tyres will sell the goods loaded into the trailer at their dock and deliver to EU rail yard in Ireland, where Gino’s will assume risk for the goods and assume the on-carriage costs. FCA, EU Rail Terminal, Dublin, Ireland, Incoterms ® 2010. d) Gino’s and Pretty Good Tyres have concluded a deal based on minimum ris k for the shipper. EXW, Pretty Good Tyres, 45 Patrick Street, Dublin, Ireland, Incoterms ® 2010.
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Appendices Page | 205 2017 APPENDIX A MAPS Source: Google Maps
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Appendices Page | 211 2017 APPENDIX “B” CONVERSIONS AND TABLES LENGTH CONVERSION FACTORS To From INCHES (in) FEET (ft) CENTIMETRES (cm) METRES (m) INCHES (in) N/A ÷ 12 x 2 . 54 ÷ 39 . 37 FEET (ft) x 12 N/A x 30 . 48 ÷ 3 . 2808 CENTIMETRES (cm) ÷ 2 . 54 ÷ 30 . 48 N/A ÷ 100 METRES (m) x 39 . 37 x 3 . 2808 x 100 N/A Examples: - To convert inches (in) to feet (ft), the conversion factor is ÷ 12 90 in ÷ 12 = 7 . 5 ft - To convert metres (m) to feet (ft), the conversion factor is x 3.2808 3 . 5 m x 3 . 2808 = 11 . 4828 ft
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  • Fall '18
  • Jane Smith
  • freight forwarder, Commercial item transport and distribution, CIFFA, Ocean Transportation Intermediary

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