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Insurance and Freight Forwarding cost

Discussion in 'Wholesale and Trade' started by Matt Dunthorne, Jun 3, 2020.

  1. Matt Dunthorne

    Matt Dunthorne

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    Hi All,

    I am fairly new to the forum so any help on this matter would be fantastic.

    I am looking at bringing a large quantity of stock from China to the Middle East via sea. My question being is that what with the value of the order insurance is an absolute must. Do i roll that cost into my quote to the purchaser or do i pay it myself? Or perhaps add half of insurance into my quote and pay the other half myself?

    Same applies to the freight forwarding cost?

    I know it makes sense to pay as little of this as possible, but is there any kind of normal in this instance?

    I thank you all in advance.

    Matthew
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