ITT Exercises - Freight Transportation.pdf

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2. What is the total weight and the total CBM for this shipment? 40,000 kg; 80.278 m 3 3. Based on the total weight and total CBM of this shipment, how many and what type(s) of containers will you need? We will load 2 x 40-ft standard containers, each containing 20 crates, cargo weight per container is 20,000 kg. 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. Ocean freight: 2 x 40-ft containers: US $8,600.00 CAN $8,600.00 Inland: 2 x CAN $400.00 CAN $800.00 Forwarder’s fee: 2 x CAN $55.00 CAN $110.00 Documentation: CAN $55.00 CAN $55.00 Total: CAN $9,565.00 5. Prepare an ocean bill of lading, to order of consignee, for this shipment.
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Answers Ocean Freight Page | 176 2017 Carrier: BILL of LADING Multimodal Transport or Port to Port Shipment Shipper: ABC Automotive Inc. 123 Jarvis Ave. Toronto, Ontario, G5G 7J8 Canada Carrier References: B/L-No.: TO RO 1649-5 Export References: CONSIGNEE: (Non-Negotiable Unless Consigned to Order) To the Order of Autovroon Ltd. 456 Postbus Ave. Rotterdam, 09900 HOLLAND Forwarding Agent: CIFFA Forwarder and address Consignee’s Reference: Notify Address (Carrier not responsible for failure to notify: see clause 20(1) hereof) : Place of Receipt: See Consignee Toronto Pre-Carriage by: Canada Trucking Place of Receipt by Pre-Carrier: Toronto Place of Delivery: Ocean Vessel: SS Star, Voy# 14E Port of Loading: Montreal Rotterdam Port of Discharge: Rotterdam Place of Delivery by On-Carrier: Container Nos., Seal Nos., Marks and Nos. Number and Kind of Packages; Description of Goods Gross Weight (kg) Measurement (cbm) MMUU 123412-6 2 x 40-ft standard containers 40,000 80.278 Seal: 9965 40 crates automotive parts UUMM 621432-1 MMUU 123412-6: 20,000 kg Seal: 5699 UUMM 621432-1: 20,000 kg Loaded on board ... date Shipper s load, stow, and count Above Particulars as declared by Shipper. Without responsibility or warranty as to correctness by carrier (see clause 11(1) and 11(2) Total No. of Containers/Packages received by the Carrier: 2 Shipper’s declared value (see clause 7(1) and 7(2) hereof): Received by the carrier from the shipper in apparent good order and condition (unless otherwise noted herein) the total number or quantity of containers or other packages or units indicated in the box opposite entitled. Total number of containers/packages received by the carrier for carriage subject to all the terms and conditions hereof (including the terms and conditions on the reverse hereof and the terms and conditions of the carrier’s applicable tariff) from the place of receipt of the port of loading, whichever is applicable, to the port of discharge or the place of delivery, whichever is applicable. One original bill of lading, duly endorsed, must be surrendered by the merchant to the carrier in exchange for the goods or a delivery order. In accepting the bill of lading the merchant expressly accepts and agrees to all its terms and conditions whether printed, stamped or written or otherwise incorporated, notwithstanding the non-signing of the bill of lading by the merchant.
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  • Fall '18
  • Jane Smith
  • freight forwarder, Commercial item transport and distribution, CIFFA, Ocean Transportation Intermediary

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