INCOTERMS

To avoid misunderstanding between everyone involved in the process of sea transportation, in the 1930s the ICC creates the first INCOTERMS which are international rules that determine when and to whom the cargo responsibility is transferred. These rules are reviewed every 10 years. The most common rules are EXW, FOB, CIF and DDP/DAP.

Incoterms
Incoterms

CONTAINTER TYPES

Container type
Inside length
Inside width
Inside height
Capacity
Tare weight
Max cargo weight
20 ft
5.895 m
2.350 m
2.392 m
33 m3
2230 Kgs
28000 Kgs
40 ft
12.029 m
2.350 m
2.392 m
67 m3
3780 Kgs
28000 Kgs
40 ft high cube
12.024 m
2.350 m
2.697 m
76 m3
4020 Kgs
28000 Kgs

FCL and LCL