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International Builders

Working with International Builders from 84 Lumber means you get an excellent network of freight forwarders, banks, and distribution centers located across the U.S.

At the forefront of this effort is 84 Lumber. We are an experienced single-source provider of building materials because of our abilities to coordinate shipments worldwide and our use of the latest technologies. Plus, we offer the finest team of estimators and International Sales account managers.

Logistics play an ever-increasing role in the cost of your building projects, both in time and money. This is why 84 Lumber’s International Sales Team has set up an excellent network of freight forwarders, banks, and distribution centers located across the U.S. We also use the latest technology in figuring loads for our containers so that your product arrives on time and intact.

With over 250 stores nationwide, and several located near all the major coastal shipping ports in the United States, 84 Lumber is capable of filling orders and shipping them to all reaches of the globe. Whether you’re shipping from the East, West, or Gulf Coasts, 84 Lumber can meet your distribution demands. With thousands of items in stock and ready for purchase, 84 Lumber can fill your order for building materials quickly. This reduces the ordering and shipping time to ensure that you receive your building supplies as quickly as possible.



  • EXW: EX Works

Main carriage not paid by seller

  • FCA: Free Carrier
  • FAS: Free Alongside Ship
  • FOB: Free On Board

Main carriage paid by seller

  • CFR: Cost and Freight
  • CIF: Cost, Insurance and Freight
  • CPT: Carriage Paid To
  • CIP: Carriage and Insurance Paid to


  • DAF: Delivered At Frontier
  • DES: Delivered Ex Ship
  • DEQ: Delivered Ex Quay
  • DDU: Delivered Duty Unpaid
  • DDP: Delivered Duty Paid


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