ITT Exercises - Freight Transportation.pdf

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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. In witness whereof the number of original bills of lading stated below all of this tenor and date has been signed, one of which being accomplished the others to stand void. Movement Currency Charge Rate Basis WT/MEA/VAL Payment Amount Place and Date of Issue: Freight Payable at: Number of original Bs/l: Total Freight Prepaid Total Freight Collect Total Freight Signature by Carrier or Agent
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Questions Ocean Freight Page | 150 2017 CONTAINER RIDER FOR: DATE: VESSEL/VOY.: TYPE: SHIPPER CONSIGNEE PIECES VOLUME WEIGHT COMMODITY TOTALS PIECES: VOLUME: WEIGHT:
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Answers Ocean Freight Page | 151 2017 Exercise 5.1 (Answer) Answer the following. 1. Name three commodities that may travel as bulk cargo. Oil, fertilizers, grain, chemicals, iron ore. 2. What is a conventional vessel? A vessel with several hatches to store different cargoes. 3. What does the term break-bulk cargo mean? Larger cargo that is loaded directly onto a conventional vessel. It is carried either on deck or in cargo holds. 4. A container ship can also be considered a cellular vessel. 5. Describe the function of a MAFI. A MAFI is used when cargo for a RO-RO vessel is not self-propelled. Cargo is placed on the MAFI and then rolled into the vessel. 6. What is a LASH vessel? A vessel with a lighter (floatable oversized container) aboard which can be used for inland water transportation only. 7. Define a main line service route. Main line service route employs large, fast container vessels, with fixed schedules, which sail between large dedicated ports of call. 8. Define an RTW service route. Round the world service extends around the world in one direction continually. 9. Define a feeder service route. Feeder service employs smaller vessels serving many smaller ports and delivers cargo to and from the main line service. 10. Define a regional service route. Regional service employs smaller vessels than a main line service, but offers direct ports of call between main ports. Generally, a north-south direction, e.g., South America, Caribbean.
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Answers Ocean Freight Page | 152 2017 11. Define a liner service. Liner service is identified by regular vessel sailings, along well-established routes and calling at regularly scheduled ports. 12. Define a tramp service. Tramp service is a service with no regular or fixed sailing schedule. 13. Describe some of the vital components required for a primary port.
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  • Fall '18
  • Jane Smith
  • freight forwarder, Commercial item transport and distribution, CIFFA, Ocean Transportation Intermediary

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