What are Incoterms®?

Incoterms – an abbreviation of international commercial terms – are rules that facilitate fair and consistent global trade. They outline the shipping responsibilities of Buyers (Importers) and Suppliers (Exporters).

The International Chamber of Commerce (ICC) introduced the rules in 1923. Since then, there have been several revisions to Incoterms, the most recent edition being ‘Incoterms 2020’.

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If you're uncertain about the appropriate Incoterm for your shipment, the calculator below can help you make the correct decision. Simply select the party responsible for covering the costs and risks at each step of your shipment.

Transport Type

Loading Charges

Delivery to Port/Place

Export Duty, Taxes & Custom Clearance

Origin Terminal Charges

Loading on Carriage

Freight Charges


Destination Terminal Charges

Delivery to Destination

Uploading at Destination

Import Duty & Taxes

*NB. The results generated by this calculator are not legally binding and should not be considered as professional advice. The accuracy of the results depends on the data provided and the context of each specific trade scenario. For more detailed and official information, we encourage you to visit the official website of the International Chamber of Commerce (ICC).