Packing and Shipping

Our company specializes in providing efficient shipping solutions to our esteemed customers worldwide. With years of experience, we have established ourselves as a reliable shipping partner that caters to the needs of businesses of all sizes. Our services include shipping on a CIF basis to any port across the globe, ensuring hassle-free delivery of goods to their intended destinations.



When a product is sold using the term “ex-factory” price, which is often abbreviated as “EXW”, it means that the buyer is only paying for the cost of the product itself. There are no additional expenses included in this price, such as shipping costs, taxes, or any other fees that may be associated with the transportation or delivery of the product. Essentially, the ex-factory price is just the base price of the product without any additional costs added on.



The term FOB, short for “Free on Board,” refers to a trade arrangement where the seller is responsible for the transportation of the product only up to the shipment or export port. In addition, the seller bears the costs of loading the goods onto the vessel. However, it is the responsibility of the buyer or importer to cover the expenses of marine freight transport, unloading of goods, insurance, and any other charges when the products arrive at the destination port. In other words, FOB means that the buyer assumes the burden of all costs and risks associated with the transportation of the products from the port of origin to the final destination.


The cost of CIF (Cost, Insurance, and Freight) also covers the expenses of sea freight charges and insurance required to safely transport your goods to the nearest port. However, it is important to note that this delivery is only until the port. Any further responsibility for the shipment lies with you.


The term CFR means that the seller has more responsibility; they will pay for and arrange transportation. This can be contrasted with a seller under an FOB shipping transaction; where the seller is merely responsible for delivery of the goods to the port of origin; they will then be transported.


FOT or “Free on Truck” is a shipping term that denotes the responsibility for the goods being transported by truck. Specifically, FOT should only be used when the goods are being carried by truck. When the goods are loaded onto the truck, the risk of loss or damage is transferred to the buyer, who assumes responsibility for the safe delivery of the goods.