2 edition of Glossary of Cargo Handling Terms found in the catalog.
by Sheridan House Inc
Written in English
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A - F; G - L; M - R; S - Z # A - F A #Accessorial charges (also called assessorial charges) Charges made for performing services beyond normal pickup and delivery, such as inside delivery or storage charges. #Air freight forwarder An air freight forwarder provides pickup and delivery service under its own tariff, consolidates shipments into larger units, prepares shipping . Intermodal transport means that carriers can move freight around inside an “intermodal container,” using multiple modes of transport (e,g, ocean, rail, or road). The internal cargo and products do not need to be handled. This means less cargo handling needs and time, improved security, and reduced damages and losses.
Safety Glossary of Workplace Safety Terms A - C This glossary contains terms you may run across on this site or in some other safety context. Not included are very common words, words that usually have their ordinary dictionary meaning, and words that are topics on the site. A document issued to the consignee to certify that insurance is provided to cover loss of or damage to the cargo while in transit. Integrated Carrier An airfreight company that offers a blend of transportation services such as air carriage, freight forwarding, and ground handling.
Cargo Agent An agent appointed by an airline to solicit and process international air freight for shipments. Cargo agents are paid commissions by the airline. Cargo Loader Mobile equipment with elevation platforms and powered rollers for loading/ unloading ULDs on airplane main decks or lower lobes. It may be “scissor” or “post” design, or a forklift equipped with a non- poweredFile Size: KB. The revenue load (passengers and cargo) multiplied by the distance flown. Seat Pitch. The distance between one seat and the same point on another seat directly in front or behind. Utilisation. Average hours flown per day. Expenditure classifications Labour. All salaries, wages and employee benefits. Fuel. Fuel and oil. Maintenance and Overhaul.
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Get this from a library. A Multilingual glossary of cargo handling terms. [International Cargo Handling Coordination Association. Technical Advisory Sub-Committee.;]. The book presents some useful information on the terminology involved in the carriage and handling of cargoes. This is the 3rd edition completely revised to reflect the major changes which have occurred since the publication of the 2nd edition.
Glossary of International Trade Terms 24 - Hour Rule: Effective December 2,carriers and/or automated NVOCCs (‘non-vessel operating common carrier’) must submit a cargo declaration 24 hours before cargo is loaded aboard the vessel at a foreign port.
A U.S. tariff schedule provision known as -""- (formerly known as /) Shipping Terms Glossary. Air Brake The air brake system on tractors is operated by air and consists of air lines, valves, tanks, and an air compressor.
Accessorial charges (also called assessorials) Any additional services required outside of the standard shipping procedure require additional fees from the carrier called accessorials. Glossary of Shipping Terms Maritime Administration. 1 Glossary of Shipping Terms Book the cargo on a U.S.-Flag vessel or contact the Maritime Administration (MARAD).
() Fax: () Email: [email protected] 8 The terms in this glossary have been carefully selected from Glossary of Cargo Handling Terms book myriad of terms one can. This comprehensive dictionary contains concise definitions of maritime terms and phrases, including those used in liner, tramp and bulk shipping.
This sixth edition contains new terms and phrases which cover: The latest technological and other improvements in cargo handling; Improvements in port equipmentCited by: Cargo (CGO) Also referred to as "goods", means any property carried or to be carried on an aircraft, other than mail or other property carried under terms of an international postal convention, baggage or property of the carrier; provided that baggage moving under an air waybill or a shipment record is cargo.
Glossary of Maritime Terms. ABS: The American Bureau of Shipping is a U.S. classification society that certifies if a ship is in compliance with standard rules of construction and maintenance.
anchorage: Port charge relating to a vessel moored at approved anchorage site in a harbor. apron: The area immediately in front of or behind a wharf shed on which cargo is lifted. Carnet - A specific document issued by customs that will allow the holder to carry or send goods to a certain foreign countries temporarily for display, demonstration or other such purposes without having to pay duties or posting bonds Customs clearance - the process of getting cargo released by customs Back to top D DDP - Deliver Duty Paid DDU - Deliver Duty unpaid.
This is a partial glossary of nautical terms; some remain current, while many date from the 17th to 19th also Wiktionary's nautical terms, Category:Nautical terms, and Nautical metaphors in the Further reading section for additional words and references. A unit load device (ULD) which links directly with the airplane cargo handling and restraint system.
Allotment. A term used to describe blocked space by airlines on behalf of forwarders/shippers. ATA. Actual Time of Arrival, or Airport-To-Airport, or Air Transport Association of America.
ATD. Actual Time of Departure. Bonded Warehouse/5(). Glossary of Supply Chain Terms. Stymied by stickering. Exasperated by XML. Automated Guided Vehicle System (AGVS): A computer-controlled materials handling system consisting of small vehicles A barge-type vessel used to carry cargo between shore and cargo ship.
While the terms barge and lighter are used interchangeably, a barge usually. Landed cost, waybill, dunnage & dead-head. We’ve realized that sometimes trying to decode the specialized vernacular of the Transportation Industry is tough.
To ensure you are always in the know — the Approved ‘Ohana wants to help. So, we’ve created a Glossary of common terms. We think this will simplify and bring clarity to everyday business; as well as help to broaden the.
A point beyond the mid-point of a ship's length, toward the stern relative to an object or point of reference ('abaft the fore hatch'). Further aft than the beam: a relative bearing of greater than 90 degrees from the bow: 'two points abaft the port beam'. An action wherein a shipper/consignee seeks authority to abandon all or parts of their cargo.
A specialized set of jargon describe the tools, equipment, and employment sectors used in the trucking industry in the United terms may be used within other English-speaking countries, or within the freight industry in general (air, rail, ship, and manufacturing).
For example, shore power is a term borrowed from shipping terminology, in which electrical power is. Glossary of Terms Page G Revised July GLOSSARY OF TERMS.
The following is an alphabetical list of terms frequently used in the Manual and their definitions. Each term relates to the Office of Investigative Services operation which is relevant to motor vehicle repair facilities and mechanics. Where the language differs.
GLOSSARY OF TRADE SHOW TERMS A Advanced Order-An order for show services sent to the contractor before move-in. Air Freight-Materials shipped via airplane. Air Walls-Movable barriers that partition large areas.
May be sound resistant, but not necessarily Size: 63KB. A load that returns a vehicle to the driver's and/or carrier's home base. BASE JURISDICTION. State or governing body where a registrant has an established place of business and where operational records are retained.
License plate issued by the base jurisdiction. Distance from front bumper of a truck or truck-tractor to the back of its cab. Glossary of maritime terms. CARGO HANDLING - The act of loading and discharging a cargo ship. OIL RECORD BOOK - A book or log kept by the master of an oil tanker wherein every discharge or escape of oil is recorded.
OIL TANKER - A ship designed for the carriage of oil in bulk, her cargo space consisting of several or many tanks. Tankers. Glossary of Freight Terms. On this page you will find a comprehensive glossary of freight and trucking industry terms and definitions.
You will find definitions for everything from accessorial service and arbitrary to warehousing and way freight. Our goal is always to make your shipping experience as easy and enjoyable as possible. used books, rare books and new books More editions of Glossary of Cargo Handling Terms: Glossary of Cargo Handling Terms: ISBN () used books, rare books and out of print books from overbooksellers and 60+ websites worldwide.Cargo Weight – The weight of the loads, gear and supplies on a vehicle.
Cartage Company – A company that provides local pickup and delivery. CB – Citizens Band Radio. This is a two-way radio system used to communicate traffic conditions, help requests, and conversation.
CDL – Commercial Driver’s License. Allows people to drive a truck.Glossary Of International Shipping Terms A8A Manifest A form issued by a licensed Custom’s Broker which allows CCRA to monitor in bond shipments as they move through Canada.
AMS Automated Manifest System. An application that expedites the clearance of cargo for the subsequent release of containers.