However, packaging terms generally include packaging materials, packing methods, packing specifications, packing marks, and packing connotations, etc. In order to make good packaging terms and facilitate the performance of the contract, we should pay attention to the following matters when negotiating packaging terms and conditions:
(a) to consider the characteristics of the commodity and the requirements of different modes of transport
(2) The packing regulations should be specific and specific. Terms such as "Marine packing" and "customary packing" should not be used in general.
(3) Clarify who shall supply the packaging and who shall bear the packaging fees. Who supplies the packaging? There are usually three ways to do it:
1. The Seller shall supply the packing and deliver the packing together with the commodity to the Buyer.
2. The Seller shall supply the packing, but the Seller shall take back the original packing after delivery. Specific provisions shall be made as to where the freight for the original packing to be returned to the Seller shall be borne.
3. If the buyer supplies packaging or packaging materials, the time when such packaging or packaging materials are to be provided by the buyer and the liability of the buyer and the seller at the time of shipment due to the failure of such packaging or packaging materials to be provided in time shall be specified.
As for packing charges, they are generally included in the price of the goods. However, if they are not included in the price of the goods and are stipulated to be paid by the buyer, it should be clearly stated in the packing terms and conditions. To facilitate the performance of the contract.