Master Bill of Lading is the Bill of Lading issued by the shipping line or principle carrier.
Multi Modal Operator.
List of goods on a vessel or aircraft.
Non Vessel Operating Common Carrier – a carrier issuing bills of lading for carriage of goods on a vessel which they neither own nor operate.
The party to whom the cargo arrival notice is sent.
Non-operating reefer container.
Ocean Bill of Lading issued by the shipping line/ owners.
Over Height – a container with cargo exceeding the height of the container.
Open Sided – A container with open sides for over width cargo.
Open Top – A container with open top loading facility, suitable for the carriage of heavy, over height cargos. Can be equipped with tarpaulin roof.
Out of gauge – goods whose dimensions exceed those of the container in which they are packed.
Over Width – a container with goods protruding beyond the sides of the container / flat rack onto which they are packed.
Document required by the buyer and Customs, indicating content being shipped, or contents of each packed.
Place of Acceptance – the place where the goods are received for shipment of transit and where the carriers liability commences.
Definition 1 - Place of Discharge – the place where the goods are discharged and carrier’s liability ends.
Definition 2 - Proof of Delivery – a signed receipt acknowledging delivery.
Port of Loading – the port at which accepted cargo is loaded onto a vessel.