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European Article Numbering Association
European Article Numbering AssociationAbbreviation: EAN. International body responsible for administering the European Article Numbering system. It has affiliates in many countries such as: CCG in Germany, DCC in Japan, ANA in the United Kingdom. Note: The North American body responsible for the Uniform Product Code (UPC) coding is the Uniform Code Council (UPC is considered a subset of EAN).  
European Pallet Pool
Pool for the exchange of standard-sized pallets (the so-called Europallets) in European cargo traffic, formed in 1961 by a number of European rail administrators.  
European Zone Charge
Abbreviation: EZC. Charge for inland haulage transport in case of carrier haulage in Europe.  
Ex "From"
When used in pricing terms such as "Ex Factory" or "Ex Dock", it signifies that the price quoted applies only at the point of origin (e.g., at the seller's factory or a dock at the import point). In practice, this kind of quotation indicates that the seller agrees to place the goods at the disposal of the buyer at the specified place within a fixed period of time. Incoterms
Ex Dock
Seller owns goods until they are unloaded on dock at port of discharge; selling price includes all costs so far plus cost of unloading from vessel. Incoterms
Ex Factory
Seller owns goods until they are picked up at their factory; selling price is the cost of the goods. Incoterms
Ex Quay
Ex Quay means that the seller makes the goods available to the buyer on the quay (wharf) at the place named in the sales contract. The seller has to bear the full cost and risk involved in bringing the goods there. There are two "Ex Quay" contracts in use: a) Ex Quay "duty paid" and b) Ex Quay "duties on buyer's account" in which the liability to clear goods for import is to be met by the buyer instead of by the seller. Incoterms
Ex Works (... Named Place)
Abbreviation: EXW. Incoterm Incoterms
Exceptions Clause
Exemption Clause
Excess Stock
That portion of stock on hand which is over and above the desired stock level. Cycle Stock
Exchange Permit
Government permit required to convert local currency into foreign (hard) money for transfer abroad.  
Exchange Rate
Price of one currency in terms of another. Currency Adjustment Factor
Execution
Actual act of carrying out a task.  
Exemption Clause
Clause in a contract, which relieves the contractor's responsibility for mentioned events. Exceptions Clause
Expendable Pallet
Disposable PalletOne-Way Pallet
Expiration
Termination of a certain period.  
Export
Sending goods to another country or countries. The sale of products to clients abroad.  
Export Broker
Individual or company that brings together buyers and sellers for a fee but does not take part as principal in actual sales transactions.  
Export Commission House
Organization which, for a commission, acts as a purchasing agent for a foreign buyer.  
Export Declaration
Form indicating the value, weight, destination, and other basic information about an export shipment.  
Export License
Government document that permits the licensee to export designated goods. General Export LicenseIndividually Validated Export License
Export Packer
Company that packs goods for export.  
Exporter
Party responsible for the export of goods.  
Extract
Summary or copy of something written, e.g. used in connection with the log book.  
EXW
Incoterm for "Ex Works". Incoterms



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