A pricing idiom that shows the price of products and cargo is added in the pricing quote, yet the price of insurance will be paid by the customer.

C&F stands for price and cargo and is always abbreviated as C&F port of importation. Price and cargo are legal terms in international trade. In a contract specifying that a sale is CFR, the seller is required to arrange for the carriage of products by sea to a port of destination and provide the customer with the required documents to obtain them in the store.

The standard is to maintain the geographic location of the port of importation, For Example, C&F Tokyo, Japan. In the export quotation, the company has to indicate the port of destination (discharge) after the acronym CIF, as an example, CIF Tokyo and CIF Sydney.

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