Banana Puree Case Study

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The Banana Puree product (with 1712 as a reference number) purchased quantity / forecast is estimated to more than 2.200.000 kg (2.200 tons) for 2016. The country of its origin is Ecuador while the port of departure of the product’s shipment is Guayaquil. The packaging type of Banana Puree is in aseptic drums with a net weight of 250 kg each. The shipment of the product occurs in a 20’ foot full container load with a capacity of 70 drums and a net weight of 20.000 kg (20 tons) per container. The recommended shipment temperature of Banana Puree is ambient with a range of minimum 10 °C to maximum 30 °C, thus a dry container is required.
The current incoterm used for the Banana Puree product is FCA with ‘’Rotterdam Port Coldstore’’ as the agreed
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As we explained earlier, under this term the seller pays the cost and freight necessary to bring the goods to the named port of destination. The price per ton for this incoterm is 1,070.00 $ with an almost two and half months of period usage.
4.2.4. Mango Puree
The quantity / forecast for the Mango Puree product (with 1740 as a reference number) is estimated to more than 1.350.000 kg (1.350 tons) for 2016. In this case the country of origin is India and Chennai is the port of departure. Aseptic drums is the packaging type of Mango Puree with a net weight of 220 kg each. 20’ foot full container load is the shipment of the product with a capacity of 80 drums in total and a net weight of 17.600 kg (17.6 tons) per container. Ambient is the recommended shipment temperature of Mango Puree with a range of minimum 10 °C to maximum 30 °C, thus a dry container is required.
The current incoterm used for Mango Puree is CFR with Rotterdam specified as the port of destination in the contract. The seller in this case pays the cost and freight necessary to bring the goods to the named port of destination. The price per ton for this incoterm is 785.00 $ with a period of nine months

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