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Welcome to the BRAUMS warehouse and freight page where we explain what
methods we use to ship its products around Australia and the rest of
BRAUMS use the INCOTerms of Import and Export and the terminology used
by the transportation industry when shipping its products. To avoid
mis-understandings when purchasing products from BRAUMS, it is recommended
to become familiar with these terms as they are often provided by BRAUMS
and included in its Terms and Conditions of sale.
are a set of three-letter standard trade terms most commonly used in
international contracts for the sale of goods. First published in 1936,
INCOTERMS provide internationally accepted definitions and rules of
interpretation for most common commercial terms. In the US, INCOTERMS
are increasingly used in domestic sales contracts rather than UCC
shipment and delivery terms.
- INCOTERMS inform the sales contract by defining the respective
obligations, costs and risks involved in the delivery of goods from the Seller to the Buyer.
- INCOTERMS by themselves DO NOT:
These items are defined by the express terms in the sales contract and by the governing law.
The BRAUMS terms and conditions of a quote generally define:
Goods are also subject to their international UN classification for
the shipment of Dangerous Goods, such as batteries (GEL or Wet-Cell),
pressurised containers, chemicals and other materials. In such a
situation, BRAUMS engages the services of specialist carriers who know what
are the requirements of shipping such goods and therefore, may delay
the fast delivery of goods which are beyond BRAUMS' control.
For more information about Importing and Exporting of products using
international shipping companies (Sea, Air, Rail or Road) please refer
to our FAQ Section for Shipping of Goods from BRAUMS.