cost and freight

Definition of "cost and freight"
  1. Refers to a situation where the seller is responsible for the expenses of transporting the goods, including the freight fees
How to use "cost and freight" in a sentence
  1. The agreement stated that the seller would handle the cost and freight associated with delivering the shipment.
  2. Under the terms of the contract, the cost and freight of the items were to be borne by the supplier.
  3. In this contract, cost and freight principles apply, meaning the seller is responsible for both the cost of goods and transportation charges.

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