FCA (free carrier) is "delivery to the carrier (... designated place), which means the seller completes the delivery as long as the seller delivers the goods to the carrier specified by the buyer at the designated place and has gone through the export customs clearance procedures. Delivery Rules It should be noted that the choice of delivery location would have an impact on the obligation to load and unload at that location. If the designated delivery place is the seller ’s place, the seller shall be responsible for loading the goods. When the goods are loaded on the carrier ’s harvest transportation means designated by the buyer, the seller will complete the delivery obligation; if the seller delivers at any other place, the seller will not be responsible for loading, and when the carrier appointed by the buyer disposes it, the seller completes the delivery obligation. Cost division The seller must pay all expenses related to the goods until they have been delivered in accordance with the regulations; and when customs procedures are required, the customs procedures fees for export of goods and all customs duties, taxes and other fees payable for export. The buyer must pay all costs related to the goods from the time of delivery in accordance with the regulations; and because the buyer failed to designate the carrier or other person in accordance with the regulations, or because the person designated by the buyer did not take over the goods within the agreed time, or any additional costs will incur if the seller is not notified accordingly. When customs procedures are required, all customs duties, taxes, and other fees payable for the import of goods, as well as the fees for customs procedures and transit through other countries. FCA can be used for various transportation methods, including highway, railway, river, ocean, air transportation and multiple combined transportation.