Bill of lading
Bill of Landing
Brussels and Antwerp
Brussels, Antwerp and Luanda
Brussels, USA, and Antwerp
An Activity that broke and disassemble ships and vessels.
The action to ships broken vessels to other countries.
An activity which forms part of the international shipping industry.
An Agency or Bureau who take cares of documentation and customs between an importer and the exporter.
A Control Office who put the goods into the sea-line and the shipper hands.
A control office for goods over the country frontier.
A specialist intermediaries between shipowners and the charterers who use ships to transport cargo, or between buyers and sellers of ships.
A shipowner is someone who owns the ship.
A shipowner is someone who equips and exploits a ship, usually for delivering cargo at a certain freight rate
A shipowner is someone who owns his own import-export company.
Ship-owner · Ship-operator Charterer
Ship-manager · Ship-broker ·
Ship-owner · Ship-operator Charterer · Exporter
Ship-broker · Ship-owner · Ship-operator Charterer
World Affreightment Forwarder
West Antartic Forwarders
A guy who's very very tall.
Is a nick name for the guy who's in charge to control the IN-GATE passage on the port
Is nick name created for the guy who controls the ramp IN/OUT operations during the loading time.
Collecting and safeguarding customs duties and for controlling the flow of goods including animals, personal effects and hazardous items in and out of a country.
Check if the goods are stolen or not safe.
The protection of the goods on the frontiers.
Roll-in / Roll-Out
Rolling Materials Only
Robust Owners Rolling Out shires.
Rolling ON / Rolling Off
Roll-on / roll-off
A document of title nor a declaration, although some states regard it as such. It does not necessarily give its holder and/or the carrier rights of ownership or possession of the goods.
A document that describe Goods when are checked and sealed at the outset, and the vehicle is then waved through by customs authorities until it reaches its final destination.
The CMR note is a consignment note that confirms that the carrier (ie the road haulage company) has received the goods and that a contract of carriage exists between the trader and the carrier.
An Invoice and Owner Certificate?
An Invoice and a Copy of the Owner Certificate?
A copy of the invoice and the Owner Certificate?
Paid at destination
Conventional and RORO Ship
Container ship that can loads by rolling the containers inside de decks.
Hybrid between RORO and a People transport vessel.
The ConRo vessel is a hybrid between a RORO and a container ship.
Customs and WAF
2 and 1/2
A waiver is the voluntary relinquishment or surrender of some known right or privilege.
A waiver is a Document declaring the goods description
A waiver is a tax Document to import goods inside the country.
Is a vessel built for freight vehicle transport but also with passenger accommodation. Technically this encompasses all ferries with both a roll on/roll off car deck and passenger-carrying capacities, but in practice ships with facilities for more than 500 passengers are often referred to as cruiseferries.
This term is generally reserved for larger ocean-going vessels.
Is a form of transport, usually a boat or ship, used to carry (or ferry) passengers and their vehicles across a body of water.
A RoLo (roll-on lift-off) vessel is another hybrid vessel type with ramps serving vehicle decks but with other cargo decks accessible only by crane.