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Abholklausel

English translation: pickup clause

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10:18 Dec 14, 2000
German to English translations [Non-PRO]
Bus/Financial
German term or phrase: Abholklausel
Incoterms - is there something more formal than pick-up clause?
Mary McCusker
English translation:pickup clause
Explanation:
I'd suggest sticking with pickup clause (see the example below - the site does originate in Germany, but this was the only one that came up on a search on pickup clause +incoterms. Nothing on collection clause +incoterms or even pick-up clause +incoterms).

abholen
(com) to collect
– to pick up (eg, parcels, consignment)
[Schäfer]

Incoterms
E group "pickup clause" EXW Ex works
(buyer is responsible for transport)
F group "dispatch clauses" FCA Free carrier / FAS Free alongside ship / FOB Free on Board
(seller is responsible for transport to the agreed carrier)
C group "dispatch clauses" CFR Cost and freight / CIF Cost, insurance, freight / CIP Carriage insurance paid to (seller is responsible for transport to the agreed )
D group "arrival clauses" DAF Delivered at frontier / DEQ Delivered ex quai / DDU Delivered duty unpaid DDP Delivered duty paid (seller is responsible for DES Delivered ex ship transport to buyer)
The FAS, FOB, CFR, CIF, DES and DEQ clauses are employed only for transport by sea.
http://www.europartenariat.de/eng/how_busi1.htm
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Ulrike Lieder
Local time: 09:57
Grading comment
Many thanks
4 KudoZ points were awarded for this answer

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Summary of answers provided
napickup clauseUlrike Lieder
nacollection clauseSabine Cane


  

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40 mins
collection clause


Explanation:
collection clause

not much different but maybe you like it better

Sabine Cane
Local time: 17:57
PRO pts in pair: 66
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2 hrs
pickup clause


Explanation:
I'd suggest sticking with pickup clause (see the example below - the site does originate in Germany, but this was the only one that came up on a search on pickup clause +incoterms. Nothing on collection clause +incoterms or even pick-up clause +incoterms).

abholen
(com) to collect
– to pick up (eg, parcels, consignment)
[Schäfer]

Incoterms
E group "pickup clause" EXW Ex works
(buyer is responsible for transport)
F group "dispatch clauses" FCA Free carrier / FAS Free alongside ship / FOB Free on Board
(seller is responsible for transport to the agreed carrier)
C group "dispatch clauses" CFR Cost and freight / CIF Cost, insurance, freight / CIP Carriage insurance paid to (seller is responsible for transport to the agreed )
D group "arrival clauses" DAF Delivered at frontier / DEQ Delivered ex quai / DDU Delivered duty unpaid DDP Delivered duty paid (seller is responsible for DES Delivered ex ship transport to buyer)
The FAS, FOB, CFR, CIF, DES and DEQ clauses are employed only for transport by sea.
http://www.europartenariat.de/eng/how_busi1.htm



    Reference: http://www.europartenariat.de/eng/how_busi1.htm
Ulrike Lieder
Local time: 09:57
Native speaker of: German
PRO pts in pair: 3525
Grading comment
Many thanks

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