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Means of Conveyance and Mode of Transport

Modes of Transport is a term used to distinguish substantially different ways to perform transport. The most frequently used modes of transport in international trade...
What is the Difference Between MAWB (Master Air Waybill) and HAWB (House Air Waybill)?

What is the Difference Between MAWB (Master Air Waybill) and HAWB (House Air Waybill)?

What Does Master Air Waybill Mean in Export and Import Businesses? Master air waybill (MAWB) is a transport document, which is used in air shipments,...

How Many Pallets Fit in a 20′ Reefer Container?

Containers are the main Cargo Transport Units (CTU) in international transportation. They are used to carry Unit Loads (ULD) safely and securely. The most widely...

Pallet Wide Containers: 20′, 40′ and 45′ Pallet Wide Dry Containers

Understanding Cargo Transport Units (CTU) and Unit Loads (ULD) On my previous post I have explained the importance of freight containers in logistics. Containers are the...
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Incoterms

What Does Incoterms Mean?  INCOTERMS (International Commercial Terms) have been created by the International Chamber of Commerce in order to reach an uniform set of...

LCL/FCL Shipments: Multiple Shippers/ Single Consignee

Full Container Load (FCL) refers to a single container or multiple containers are booked by a shipper to transport their cargo exclusively under a...

How Many Pallets Fit in a 40′ High-Cube Container?

Containers are the main Cargo Transport Units (CTU) in international transportation. They are used to carry Unit Loads (ULD) safely and securely. The most widely...
Differences Between MBL (Master Bill of Lading) and HBL (House Bill of Lading)

What are the Differences Between MBL (Master Bill of Lading) and HBL (House Bill...

Understanding the differences between a master bill of lading and a house bill of lading in export and import transactions. What Does a Master Bill...

Letter of Credit Condition: LCL/LCL Shipment Prohibited

LCL is an abbreviation that is used mostly in international shipping. Its long form is Less than Container Load (LCL). In an LCL shipment, a...

What is a Container Seal Number? Explanations with Examples

Customs and Border Protection departments of countries have one basic goal. Allowing the clean cargo pass through the customs, while detecting and preventing the entrance...
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