Who is a notify party and what significance does the field of notify party on a sea transport bill have? Let us take a look at these commonly asked questions.
Do you know what is Demurrage and Detention in shipping? Find out what do these shipping terms mean and their importance.
When a merchant or business decides to transport its goods overland and arranges contracted labourers and transport on its own, it is called merchant haulage. Learn about merchant haulage in detail inside the article.
Do you know what is telex release in shipping? Learn about everything you wanted to know about telex release in this article.
Let’s take a look at the duties and importance of clearing agents especially in relation to trade and freight by sea.
A cubic meter, abbreviated to CBM, is a measurement of volume that is generally used for calculating storage space, storage charges, and freight charges.
When a ship does not call at one or more of its scheduled intermediate stops, it is called a blank sailing or void sailing from these ports.
A seaway bill is a receipt of goods issued by the ocean carrier to the customer (also called the consignor or shipper). Learn everything you wanted to know about the seaway bill inside the article.
Container seals are ‘one-time door locks’ used to secure goods containers. Each seal-lock can be used only once. Heavy-duty container seals are designed to withstand natural elements and last the entire voyage of the container until it is removed by the customer at the destination.