Incoterms® 2010 Wallchart

Incoterms® 2010 Wallchart
ICC Official Rules for the Interpretation of Trade Terms

Are you studying the latest international commercial trade terms (Incoterms®)? With the 2011 update to the previous terms for transporting goods abroad, it is imperative to stay on top of the most recent changes. Save yourself the time and trouble looking up the terms in the Incoterms® 2010 manual and get your very own Incoterms® 2010 chart to display on the wall in your office for quick reference.

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This practical wallchart explains all 11 Incoterms® 2010 rules at a glance, including thorough explanations of cost allocation, points of risk transfer, responsibility for delivery and clarification of steps where mutual cost allocation and responsibility take place. The chart also further breaks down all of the terms into two specific groups: those that are exclusively applicable to marine transport and those that are applicable to all methods of transport. It is ideal for offices, classrooms or as a client gift.

Product Specifications
Poster, 12 inches x 24 inches
Sold in package of 10 posters

Give as a Company Gift
Are you interested in purchasing Incoterms® 2010 charts in bulk to give as a corporate gift? Personalization is available for this item.  We can add a company or school logo to the chart. Personalized charts must be purchased in a minimum quantity of 30 packs (300 charts).

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Publication No: 716
2010 Edition
Price: $110.00
ISBN: 978-92-842-0090-0

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Staff Contact:   Greg Tondi

Tel: 212.703.5080

Greg Tondi serves as USCIB’s Manager of Accounting and Finance, bringing with him expertise in not-for-profit and private sector accounting, finance and academics. Prior to joining USCIB, Tondi was Controller at the College of St. Elizabeth in Morristown, NJ for the past couple of years. Before assuming his Controller position at the College of St. Elizabeth, Tondi was an Associate Manager of Accounting and Financial Analyst for Prudential Financial. He also spent several years as a high school teacher. Tondi enjoys teaching and continues as an Adjunct Professor at New Jersey City University where he received his Masters in Accounting. Tondi received his Bachelor of Science in Finance from Rutgers University. He co-published an industry paper on the impact of the Sarbanes-Oxley Act on small businesses. Tondi is a Certified Public Accountant in the state of New Jersey.
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