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This is a negotiable form of the bill of lading. The consignee box in the bill of l ading shows “to order . This is used when a document of title is require d. 29. What is a through bill of lading? This bill of lading provides for the carriage of goods from the point of origin to the final destination. It may involve more than one ocean carrier and one or more modes of inland transport. 30. Describe the ocean waybill. This is a document of movement only used to affect the transport of the goods. It is non-negotiable. 31. Describe a combined transport bill of lading. This type of bill of lading covers a movement involving two or more modes of transport from a place of receipt to a place of delivery. 32. What is a letter of guarantee? An agreement between a consignee and a bank on a shipment where an original bill of lading is not yet available, or lost and the goods have arrived at destination. The consignee contracts with the bank to protect the carrier from all losses, damage, etc., arising from the release of the cargo. 33. What is a clean bill of lading? Notation on the bill of l ading “received on board in apparent good order and condition. 34. Define NVOCC. NVOCC Non-vessel Operating Common Carrier. 35. What documents are issued by the carrier in a consolidation? FIATA or NVOCC bills of lading.
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Answers Ocean Freight Page | 155 2017 Exercise 5.2 (Answer) 1. On the map below, indicate the key gateway container seaports for North and Central America.
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Answers Ocean Freight Page | 156 2017 2. On the map below, indicate the key gateway container seaports for Northern Europe, and the Mediterranean.
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Answers Ocean Freight Page | 157 2017 3. On the map below, indicate the key gateway container seaports for East Asia (other than China), and Southeast Asia.
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Answers Ocean Freight Page | 158 2017 4. On the map below, indicate the key gateway container seaports for China.
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Answers Ocean Freight Page | 159 2017 Exercise 5.3 (Answer) Calculating Volume Weight and Chargeable Weight 1. Calculate the volume weight in cubic metres for the following scenarios. Refer to Appendix “ B ” for conversion tables: a) Dimensions are 55.5 in L x 65.7 in W x 74.8 in H. 4.470 m 3 b) 5 crates, dimensions of each crate are 6 ft L x 7.5 ft W x 15 ft H. 95.569 m 3 c) 60 boxes, dimensions of each box are 12 cm L x 10 cm W x 15 cm H. 0.108 m 3 d) Dimensions are 90 in L x 4 ft W x 75 in H. 5.309 m 3 2. You have been informed by the carrier that your volume weight ratio is 1 m 3 equals 1,000 kg. What is the chargeable weight for the following: a) 5 crates, dimensions of each crate are 6 ft L x 7.5 ft W x 15 ft H, the weight of each crate is 750 kg. Volume weight 95.569 m 3 ; actual weight 3,750 kg (3,750 ÷ 1,000 = 3.750 m 3 ). Chargeable weight is the volume weight. b) 60 boxes, dimensions of each box are 12 cm L x 10 cm W x 15 cm H, each box weighs 50 kg. Volume weight 0.108 m 3 ; actual weight 3,000 kg (3,000 ÷ 1,000 = 3 m 3 ). Chargeable weight is the actual weight.
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  • Fall '18
  • Jane Smith
  • freight forwarder, Commercial item transport and distribution, CIFFA, Ocean Transportation Intermediary

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