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Can I receive a quotation/pro-forma invoice before sending my payment information?
For customers requiring a quotation/pro-forma invoice for their order, the whole order process should be made directly online and the payment by cheque or bank transfer selected. Thus, your online order will be registered properly and a pro-forma invoice for the total order value will automatically be sent to your email address.
For printed publications, you can choose between two delivery methods. Your books will be dispatched to you upon receipt of payment. For international deliveries, you may choose between priority airmail or express courier service. For deliveries to France, you may choose between poste ordinaire or Colissimo.
Your e-books will be sent to you by email which contains an activation link for download. Please ensure you have the necessary software installed on your device before activating the link. For more information, kindly refer to our e-book FAQs
Shipment and Customs regulations:
Incoterms® 2010: All shipments of publications are processed in DDP (Delivery Duty Paid, as per the Incoterms® 2010 rule in force).
Customs regulations: Shipments to certain countries that are not members of the European Union will require that our customers provide administrative paperwork to their customs authorities (customs procedure are strictly enforced in Russia, China and Saudi Arabia). For more information please contact your local customs authorities or contact the nearest DHL agency.
How much does the delivery cost?
For priority airmail, delivery and handling charges are equivalent to 30% of the total order value. For express courier service (DHL), delivery and handling charges are equivalent to 35% of total order value. For deliveries in France, charges are 15% (poste) respectively 20% (Colissimo) of the total order value.
Delivery by priority airmail usually takes 5 to 15 working days depending on destination. Express courier service takes 2 to 4 working days depending on destination.
In France, delivery by poste ordinaire takes 5 - 8 working days depending on destination; delivery by Colissimo should take no longer than 5 working days depending on destination.
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What is your return policy?
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Which formats of publications do you offer?
Most of our publications are available in printed and e-book format. Furthermore, some of the ICC codes and rules are available for free consultation online on the ICC home page (www.iccwbo.org).
What is an e-book?
An e-book is an electronic publication that you can read on a PC, tablet or similar electronic devices. When you purchase an e-book, you will receive a link via email which enables you to download your e-book. All you need is an internet connection and Adobe Digital Editions 1.7.1 (for some mobile devices the Bluefire Reader) or higher, which can be downloaded for free on the Adobe website.
For more information, please refer to our e-Book FAQs.
What are the Incoterms® rules?
International Commercial Terms (Incoterms®) are standard trade definitions most commonly used in international sales contracts. ICC’s Incoterms® rules are regularly incorporated into sales contracts worldwide. They help importers and exporters to avoid costly misunderstandings by clearly defining the responsibilities of sellers and buyers for the delivery of goods. The ICC Guide to Incoterms® 2010 is the official handbook accompanying the latest edition of these global trade standards.
For more information, visit the official Incoterms® website www.incoterms.org.
A number of ICC publications have been translated into various languages by ICC National Committees (particularly Incoterms® and Uniform Customs and Practice for Documentary Credits, UCP). If you are interested in a particular publication in your language, please contact the ICC National Committee in your country. Click here to find a contact in your region.
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We have representatives in more than 90 countries all over the world. To find your local representative or National Committee, please visit the ICC Worldwide section on the ICC website.
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