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Meaning of "free alongside ship" - Business English Dictionary

free alongside ship

adjective
 
 
( abbreviation FAS, also free alongside vessel) TRANSPORT
used to say that the seller pays for goods to be transported to a ship at a particular port and the buyer pays for the goods to be put onto the ship and transported
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