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free on board

adj. & adv. Abbr. FOB
Without charge to the purchaser for delivery on board or into a carrier at a specified point or location.
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free on board

adj
(Commerce) (of a shipment of goods) delivered on board ship or other carrier without charge to the buyer. Abbreviation: FOB or f.o.b Compare free alongside ship
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fob1

(fɒb)

n.
1. a watch pocket just below the waistline in trousers.
2. a short chain or ribbon, usu. with a medallion or similar ornament, attached to a watch and worn hanging from a pocket.
3. the medallion or ornament itself.
[1645–55; orig. uncertain; compare dial. German Fuppe pocket]

fob2

(fɒb)

v.t. fobbed, fob•bing.
1. Archaic. to cheat; deceive.
2. fob off,
a. to induce someone to take (something inferior); palm off.
b. to put (someone) off by deception or trickery: She fobbed us off with phony excuses.
[1350–1400; Middle English; akin to German foppen to delude; compare fob1]

fob

or f.o.b. or FOB or F.O.B.,

free on board: without charge to the buyer for goods placed on board a carrier at the point of shipment.
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This average realized price is the approximate equivalent of $168 to $174 on an FOB vessel basis.(2) For the second quarter 2019, Corsa's sales mix included 31% of sales to domestic customers and 69% of sales to international customers.
Many international metallurgical coal producers report prices and costs on a delivered-to-the-port basis (or 'FOB vessel basis'), thereby including freight costs between the mine and the port.
As a general rule, the cost to the producer for an agency relationship with a mineral trader is 3-15% of the fob vessel value of the goods, always dependent upon the volume of tonnage handled and the fob value of the mineral.