That part of a transport charge which the carrier
agrees to return.
A written acknowledgement, that something has
Cargo requiring temperature control.
A thermal container with refrigerating appliances
(mechanical compressor unit, absorption unit etc.)
to control the temperature of cargo.
The process of splitting up shipments into various
consignments (degroupage) and combining these
small consignments into other shipments (groupage).
A document issued by or on behalf of the carrier authorising the release of import cargo identified thereon and manifested under a single Bill of Lading.
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System of loading and discharging a vessel whereby the cargo is driven on and off by means of a ramp.
The track along which goods are (to be) transported.
The determination of the most efficient route(s) that people, goods, materials and or means of transport have to follow
The process of determining how a shipment will be moved between consignor and consignee or between place of acceptance by the carrier and place of delivery to the consignee
The process of aiding a vessel's navigation by supplying long range weather forecasts and indicating the most economic and save sailing route.