You have to be careful here. In international trade parlance, saying just 'FOB' means the sender pays the shipping to destination, or at least to the destination port. This is the original use of the term.
If the phrase is 'FOB Timbuktu,' then the sender pays the shipping to Timbuktu.
The shipper can say 'FOB our yard,' which is a misuse of the term, but it would mean that they don't pay shipping cost at all.