C & F

Definition of "C & F"
  1. Cost and freight: this refers to an arrangement where the seller is responsible for both the costs of producing goods and arranging for their transportation
How to use "C & F" in a sentence
  1. The buyer agreed to a C & F contract, thus the seller will cover production and shipping costs.
  2. By preparing a C & F agreement, the retailer can sidestep the complexities of organizing freight.
  3. The supplier recommended a C & F deal to simplify the overall transaction process.

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