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    Zoe2008 is offline Key Member
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    Please correct my grammar, thanks

    Amy will put two difference cost shown on the PO. One is the unit price for the good; another one is the LCL cost. If this is CY shipment (even this is CFS goods, but consolidation with another goods to make a container) we will not charge the LCL cost to customer. If this is ship by CFS, then LCL cost will be occurred. It is because the costing for CFS shipment is higher than CY shipment, then we will charge back the customer for the difference rate between CY and CFS.

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    susiedqq is offline Key Member
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    Re: Please correct my grammar, thanks

    Amy will quote two price costs on the PO.

    One is the unit price for the goods; another one is the LCL cost.

    Note: If this is CY shipment (even this is CFS goods, but consolidated with another shipment to make a container) we will not charge the LCL cost to customer.

    If this is shipped by CFS, then LCL cost will be incurred. This is because the cost for CFS shipment is higher than CY shipment, thus we must charge back the customer for the difference in the rates between CY and CFS.

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