Free In (FI)

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It shows seller is responsible for the cost of unloading the goods from the carrier at the port of destination.

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What does Free In (FI) mean?

Free In (FI) is a shipping term that specifies that the shipowner is responsible for the cost of unloading the cargo from the vessel, but not for the cost of loading the cargo onto the vessel. This term is commonly used in container shipping, where the shipper is responsible for loading the cargo into the container before it is transported to the port. 

Related Glossary terms

First Cost (FC)

Free In and Out (FIO)

Incremental Cost to Export

Landed Cost

Order Cost


Standard Cost

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