landed cost

Definition

The total cost of goods that have been shipped to a location, including the price of the goods, any fees for shipping, and any port fees, taxes, or customs duties that may apply. The landed cost of shipped goods will generally be factored into the price at which the goods will be sold.

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The landed cost was significantly higher than the value of the inventory because the shipping efforts were considerable traveling near Somalia.

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Bill bought $5000 worth of widgets, but forgot to facor in all the other factors included in the Landed Cost. They ended up cost $6500, so we lost money on every one we sold.

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I thought I was purchasing the items from England for a great price, which would give me a great profit when I sold the on, but the landed cost was so high in the end, that I didn't make any profit at all.

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