As international trade becomes increasingly more complex, universally used rules are essential to avoid misunderstandings and costly disputes. Regularly incorporated into sales contracts worldwide, Incoterms® rules define, in a set of three-letter trade terms, the risks and responsibilities of buyers and sellers in an international sales contract.
Used by large and small businesses trading across borders all over the world, Incoterms® are applied to the sales of billions of pounds of goods each year and provide businesses with the confidence and certainty to operate in unfamiliar markets and legal jurisdictions, with suppliers and buyers of containerised trade.
ICC's latest revision , Incoterms® 2010, continues a 70 year tradition of reflecting the latest developments in the trading environmental and modern business-to-business practice.
It is an essential set of rules to guide exporters and importers through the crucial aspects of an international sales contract including defining the obligations with respect to arranging and paying for carriage, insurance and duties, as well as responsibilities associated with the delivery of goods.
Incoterms® 2010 includes some very big changes. This is the biggest group of changes to the fundamental principles of International Trade that we have seen for many years. No-one can afford not to understand them. The implications of the changes are enormous and you cannot afford to be left behind.
Norfolk Chamber of Commerce is able to provide 2 options:
ORDER THE NEW PUBLICATION
We have stocks of the new publication which you can purchase.
Prices are: £47.50 for Chamber Members and £65.00 for Non-Members (VAT is not applicable)
ATTEND A TRAINING SEMINAR
We can offer a full day training course to explain the changes from a practical perspective. Everyone from Importers and Exporters to Freight Forwarders and Bankers will need to know.
This course now falls within the ‘core 6’ courses accredited by British Chambers of Commerce. Candidates achieving Pass or Merit in the course will receive a uniquely numbered certificate. Those who pass all 6 individual courses will achieve a nationally recognised Foundation Award in International Trade.
Dates for these courses are detailed within our Training Diary
Prices are: £248 + VAT for Norfolk Chamber Members and £310 + VAT for Non-Members
FOR THOSE WHO PURCHASE THE BOOKLET, IF YOU WOULD LIKE TO ATTEND THE SEMINAR AS WELL, WE ARE PLEASED TO OFFER A 10% DISCOUNT ON THE TRAINING COURSE COST.
To order a copy of the publication or to book your place on one of the seminars, please email: firstname.lastname@example.org or call Tel. 01603 729706