Return of the unladen vehicle, which delivered to one point.
The case when the company accepts an order for goods which currently not available. The order will be completed when the goods become available.
A person who own ships can receive disbursement as reimbursement for cargo for goods which was returned back through the fault of consignees or consignors. This payment calls backfreight.
The ratio of the prices of goods exported by a country to the prices of goods imported into it for a certain period of time.
Bulk compressed bound and most often packaged bundle of goods: such as hay or cotton.
A cargo vehicle in which its autonomous driving mechanism for moving goods may or may not be present. In most cases, inland water vessels use main barges with open tops, but there are not only open but also indoor barges for dry or liquid content. Barges can be joined together and pushed or pulled by tugboats carrying content weighing sixty thousand tons or more. Not very large barges for transporting goods between ship and land are called "lighters".
Actions committed by the master or other personnel of the vessel for any illegal or criminal purpose, contrary to their obligations to the owners of the vessel, resulting in injury to the owners of the vessel. This includes inattention and negligence if it is as serious as a crime with proofs.
Receiving something by an agreement that the payment will not be money, but the provision of any services or exchange for other goods.
A type of currency whose value is considered as "one" in cases where the quote is between two types of currencies.
A system by which pricing is carried out, which incurs the cost of transporting goods from one point to another, even in cases where delivery does not occur at the point of basing.
Collecting items from a warehouse for several (more than one) orders.
Beneficial Cargo Owner (BCO)
This is an importer who gains control of the cargo using its own logistics assets instead of using a third-party source such as a forwarder or NVOCC.
The analytical technique used in state planning; a ratio of total measurable benefits divided by initial costs.
Consignment that covers goods from the point of departure to the final destination, when an exchange or transfer from one carrier to another is necessary to complete the trip.
Weight is taken as a basis when the price is generating.
The operator terminal, which indicates the desired rate, calculates how much the delivery will cost and generates a freight bill.
Bond in Force. This is equivalent to the duty/tax amount that would be payable if the shipment was imported into the country. For shipments going into bond forwarder is required to set up a collateral equivalent to the amount of the bond. Bond fee is a % of the BIF. Bond is then cancelled once goods are withdrawn from bond and exported or when client is ready to pay duty.
A piece of cardboard, thin wood, or similar material that is inserted between the layers of containers to wait and hold a single stack.
A tariff that does not increase due to the distance over which delivery is carried out.
When one or more parties don't know who the shipper is, whose receiver is, or both are.
The goods in storage are transported in customs regime under customs control or until payment of import duties or some other fees, or to avoid payment of duties or fees until a later date.
Imported goods are stored in the so-called customs warehouse, which is a gateway where the goods can be stored for some time without payment for storage and duties.
Trucking charge for shipments to a Free Trade Zone.
One of the types of warehousing in which organizations store goods without makes payment of taxes and do not consider tariffs. The warehouse manager contacts himself with a tax or tariff collection agency to ensure that taxes are paid before the warehouse releases the goods.
Request for a place and equipment on board the vessel for the cargo that needs to be transported.
Booking confirmation is a receipt.
Additional costs that the agent adds to the tariff.
A kind of number that is assigned to a particular place of booking by the carrier or carrier agent.
A boxcar, typically forty to fifty feet long, used to pack bulk goods.
To ensure delivery within the carrier’s vehicle to prevent damage.
Goods that are shipped as a single unit or package (for example: cargo on pallets, piece goods, bulky equipment, trucks), but not in the container.
Bulk cargo ship.
Separation of consolidated cargo into separate small batches for delivery to the final recipient. The cargo can be moved entirely inside the trailer, or it can be replaced and transferred to the connecting carriers.
There are several definitions of this term 1) An organization that owns or rents equipment 2) An enterprise that helps to buy or rent services or goods 3) An agent who works for the shipowner or charterer in chartering.
Eine Menge von Waren oder Artikel auf Lager gehalten, um gegen unvorhergesehene Engpässe oder Forderungen zu schützen.
Bunker Adjustment Factor
Ocean fuel surcharge.
A special process in which planning, implementation and verification of the flow of goods, services and other similar information is provided.
Organization that is engaged in the acquisition of any goods or services.