Pay preload is that the sender pays shipping costs before shipping occurs, this payment system is carried out at the port of cargo to show that the shipping costs of goods have been paid and are non-refundable. Many manufacturing businesses will ship their products in advance to avoid the intended recipient paying shipping costs. This is also sometimes referred to as “Prepay & Add.”
- FOB origin , Pay Scout: In this scenario, the buyer takes ownership of the shipment when it is taken by the operator. However, the seller remains responsible for shipping costs and security.
- Destination FOB, Pay Preloader: In this scenario, the seller retains ownership of the shipment during the shipping process and is responsible for the cost and security of the shipment until delivery.