Difference between Fob Destination and Fob Origin?

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FOB or Freight on Board Destination means the seller pays to make delivery to the buyer. It's used in accounting to track inventory as ownership doesn't change hands until the product reaches its destination.
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FOB, or Free On Board/Freight On Board, destination is the determination for who pays the shipping costs of goods. This can be either the buyer, or the seller, dependent on the shipping
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FOB means Freight-On-Board. This determines when the buyer takes ownership in the product being purchased. FOB origin means that the buyer takes ownership at the seller's location
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According to http://www.etymonline.com/index.... it was first the small pocket itself, then, attested as of 1885, came to mean the chain attached to a watch carried in that pocket
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FOB (Freight On Board) Destination and FOB Shipping specifies whether the buyer or seller owns the goods, and therefore, who pays for the shipping and includes the items in their
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FOB or Freight on Board Destination means the seller pays to make delivery to the buyer. It's used in accounting to track inventory as ownership doesn't change ...
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