free on board

Definition of "free on board"
  1. A term used in commerce to denote that the seller incurs the expense and responsibility for delivering goods to and placing them on a transportation carrier at a particular location
How to use "free on board" in a sentence
  1. The seller guaranteed the goods would be free on board at the port of shipping.
  2. As per the agreement, the machinery will be free on board at the factory location.
  3. The contract specified that the vendor must deliver the materials free on board at the designated railway station.

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