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FOB Destination

FOB destination means ownership of the goods transfers to the buyer when goods are delivered at the buyer’s place of business. This means the seller is responsible for paying shipping costs and bears the risk of damage/loss while in transit/transport. The seller also does not record revenue from this sale until the goods arrive at the destination because this transaction is not complete before that point.

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