Who should pay terminal handling charges?

Who should pay terminal handling charges?

In each case the seller arranges and pays for the transport of the container to the named place, which we will assume is the container terminal. (If the named place is elsewhere – the buyer’s warehouse, for example – then the situation is straightforward, all terminal handling charges will be paid by the seller.)

What is terminal handling fee?

Terminal Handling Charges (THC) In short, THC are fees charged by the shipping terminals for the storage and positioning of containers before they are loaded on a vessel. The charges usually consist of goods handling, unloading the container, stacking and crane service.

Who pays terminal handling charges in CIF?

Under CIF, the seller must export and pay the costs to ship to your destination port, but you must import and pay all costs associated with the importation.

Who pays Dthc in CFR?

Types Of THC Origin THC (OTHC) and Destination THC (DTHC) are paid by the client (seller or buyer) depending on their terms of sale, either directly to the port or to the carrier depending on the port of origin/destination.

Are handling charges legal?

RTO Officer confirms handling charges are illegal and dealers should be reported. Time and again, multiple courts in India have stated that dealers charging handling charges is illegal.

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Does CIF include Dthc?

Pitfalls of CIF: freight and additional fees The freight quote that the buyer gets does not include hidden costs. The transport cost does not include reloading, Destination Handling Charge (DTHC), and other fees.

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