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ex quayadjective

uk   us   (abbreviation EXQ, also ex dock, also ex wharf)
TRANSPORT in ​internationaltrade, used for ​stating that the ​seller of ​goods is ​responsible for ​transporting them by ​ship to a particular ​port, but the ​buyer is ​responsible for them once they have been ​removed from the ​ship: ex ​quaydelivery
ex quay duty on buyer's account TRANSPORT, TAX used for ​stating that a ​seller is ​responsible for ​exportinggoods to a particular ​port, and the ​buyer will ​paytax on those ​goods
ex quay duty paid TRANSPORT, TAX used for ​stating that a ​seller is ​responsible for ​exportinggoods to a particular ​port and for ​payingtax on those ​goods
ex quay
Structural ​timber is ​offered ex ​quay to your ​exactspecifications.
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