Ben M. Schorr - MVP said:Some people say "Freight on Board" some say "Free on Board" -- whichever you
prefer the meaning is the same: shipper pays the freight costs to that
In addition to the two common examples Allan listed there is a third,
less-common, option which is that you may see F.O.B. and then some specified
location other than the shipper or destination. That means the shipper will
pay to get the good to that point and the buyer is responsible for them from
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