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LCL/fcl in International Trade

Meaning of LCL/fcl, according to the Dictionary of International Trade (Global Negotiator): A way of quoting container freight rates in which the carrier agrees to pack the container at the outset (LCL) but unpacking at destination must be carried out by the receiver or consignee. It is a common approach for importers who wish to consolidate small purchases from multiple suppliers in a foreign market into container shipments.

LCL/lcl in International Trade

Meaning of LCL/lcl, according to the Dictionary of International Trade (Global Negotiator): A way of quoting container freight rates in which the carrier agrees to pack the container on departure as well as unpack the container at destination.

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Transport > Transport policy > Transport price > Transportation tariff
Transport > Organisation of transport > Organisation of transport > Carriage of goods
Trade > Distributive trades > Distributive trades > Delivery

Freight rate

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Transport > Transport policy > Transport price > Transportation tariff > Freight rate
Transport > Organisation of transport > Organisation of transport > Carriage of goods > Freight rate
Trade > Distributive trades > Distributive trades > Delivery > Freight rate

See also

  • Cost of shipment
  • Delivery free at destination
  • Freight tariff rate
  • Transport rate

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