ITT Exercises - Freight Transportation.pdf

# Note use the ocean container dimensions and

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Note: Use the ocean container dimensions and capacities in Appendix “ H. 1. A shipment of 8 sections of crane booms needs to be transported by ocean container. Details: 8 sections of crane booms. The dimensions of each section are 38 ft L x 42 in W x 36 in H, the weight of each section is 2,500 kg. Keep flat. i) How many and what type(s) of ocean containers are required to move this shipment most economically? ii) Generate an ocean container loading plan for the whole shipment. Ocean Container Loading Plan Container Type No. of Pieces Actual Weight Maximum Weight

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Questions Ocean Freight Page | 141 2017 2. A shipment of printing presses, and a shipment of stuffed toy animals need to be transported by ocean container. Details: x 30 crates of printing presses. The dimensions of each crate are 86 in L x 47 in W x 58 in H, the weight of each crate is 2,200 kg. Keep upright. x 171 cartons of stuffed toy animals. The dimensions of each carton are 24 in L x 24 in W x 24 in H, the weight of each carton is 3 kg. Fragile, top-load only (load these items on top of heavier items). i) How many and what type(s) of ocean containers are required to move this shipment most economically? ii) Generate an ocean container loading plan for the whole shipment. Ocean Container Loading Plan Container Type No. of Pieces Actual Weight Maximum Weight
Questions Ocean Freight Page | 142 2017 Exercise 5.9 (Question) Completing Ocean Bills of Lading Answer the following questions with respect to the shipment described on the following page: 1. Will this shipment be an FCL or LCL shipment? 2. What is the total weight and what is the total CBM for this shipment? 3. Based on the total weight and total CBM of this shipment, how many and what type(s) of containers will you need? 4. Based on your calculations for this shipment, what will your total bill be to your client? Provide a breakdown of all charges and quote in Canadian funds. 5. Prepare an ocean bill of lading, to order of consignee, for this shipment. Bills of Ladings Required for Letters of Credit Please note that there are special considerations when preparing a negotiable B/L based on letter of c redit instructions. Proper “ loaded on b oard” notations, trans -shipment considerations, valid signatures and endorsements, as well as a flawlessly prepared B/L are required in order for the banks to accept it. The rules and regulations as set out in UCP 600 are explained in detail in the International Payments Chapters of the Essentials of Freight Forwarding Program.

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Questions Ocean Freight Page | 143 2017 Shipment Details: x 40 crates of automotive parts x The dimensions of each crate are 4.5 ft L x 4.5 ft W x 3.5 ft H x The weight of each crate is 1,000 kg. Shipper: ABC Automotive Inc. 123 Jarvis Avenue Toronto, Ontario G5G 7J8 Consignee: Autovroon Ltd.
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• Fall '18
• Jane Smith
• freight forwarder, Commercial item transport and distribution, CIFFA, Ocean Transportation Intermediary

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