Meaning of ex-works in English:

ex-works

adjective

British
  • Denoting or relating to goods sold direct from the factory or place of manufacture.

    ‘an ex-works rally car’
    ‘ex-works prices’
    • ‘Prices are ex-works which means another £300 for delivery, plates, etc.’
    • ‘An entry level 1.6-litre Aura saloon is priced at E24,635, ex-works.’
    • ‘The ex-works invoices show prices that are several times lower than the retail prices.’
    • ‘The final ex-works price on the test model was €36,300.’
    • ‘Chris Sanders, Michael Kerry and Mike Smith have all entered 1970s Ford Escorts, while Norman Grimshaw brings along the only ex-works Mini Clubman in existence.’
    • ‘At Silverstone the 26-year-old from Hale will be looking to improve on the third place he scored at the track last season, and unlock some of the potential in his ex-works Astra.’
    • ‘Thruxton Sportscars keep two cars in stock at all times, but if your order has to come ex-works you'll be quoted a reasonable 12-week lead-time.’
    • ‘At the end of 2000 season he switched to an ex-works car.’
    • ‘Studies quote the increasing spread of retrofit solutions or ex-works, prompted by legislation as well as growing familiarity of end users with this technology.’
    • ‘However, it will always have a significant fuel consumption advantage - up to 10 mpg in city and suburban driving - and, at €87,100 ex-works, it is €5,000 cheaper than its petrol sibling.’
    • ‘This particular car costs €26,975 ex-works, while the 1.6 litre model is listed at €23,995.’

adverb

British
  • Direct from the factory or place of manufacture.

    ‘all orders are shipped ex-works’