Q: What does in dc means in shipping terms?

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600 in Roman numerals = DC

DAP = Delivered At Place. Part of Incoterms 2010, it means the shipper pays for freight, foreign port charges and delivery to final destination but the buyer pays for customs duties and taxes. It is similar to the previous term DDU (Deliver Duties Unpaid).

__DCThe D & C have a 'bar' above them - indicating they are multiplied by 1,000(DC) = 1000*600 = 600,000It is: (DC) which means 1000*600 = 600,000In Roman numerals it is: (DC) which means 1,000*600 = 600,000

It means the speed doesn't change. Stated in different terms, the acceleration is zero.It means the speed doesn't change. Stated in different terms, the acceleration is zero.It means the speed doesn't change. Stated in different terms, the acceleration is zero.It means the speed doesn't change. Stated in different terms, the acceleration is zero.

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it means to take care of the shipping and respect the terms

CPA in shipping means Charter Party Agreement

FCO in shipping terms stands for full corporate offer. There are many abbreviations associated with shipping in a business setting.

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ROG Shipping means that the discount period does not start until the buyer receives the product from the shipping company.

dc means deccan chronical news paper agency in India.

CIF means Cost Insurance and Freight, which means the seller pays to get the load to its destination. The alternate is FOB--Free On Board--which means the buyer pays the freight and insurance.

It means "Free on Truck". Rgds S Manoj

In electrical terms AC means alternate current and DC means direct current. AC/DC comes from Australia (Perth and Sydney) even though most of them have Scottish heritage.

Ada= all details about wog= without guarantee

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In shipping terms, the acronym CIP stands for "carriage and insurance paid to". This means the seller pays the carrier (such as FedEx) the shipping rate to get the product to the buyer. The seller also pays the insurance premium that covers damages to or loss of the shipment.