HS CODE
Maritime Law

What is HS Code?

Harmonized codes are used universally to identify goods. It is a system of classifying the different types of goods. Several conventions and government initiatives recognize the WCO’s Harmonized Commodity Description and Coding System (HS).

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Wharfage
Maritime Law

What is Wharfage Charge?

Wharfage charge is a term that often raises questions among shippers. So, who issues wharfage charges, and what is it for? Let’s find out in the article inside.

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Drayage
Maritime Law

What is Drayage in Shipping?

One term that often evokes confused looks among people in the logistics and shipping field is the term drayage. This is because it is often replaced by words such as inland freight, inland haulage, etc. by users. Let us take a look at what drayage is in shipping.

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FCA incoterms
Maritime Law

What are FCA Incoterms® in Shipping?

FCA stands for Free Carrier and shows the place of delivery of cargo by the seller to his customer or the customer’s representative before it goes on its main leg of the journey. This place will be in the same country as the port of loading.

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Cargo manifest
Maritime Law

What Is A Cargo Manifest In Shipping?

A cargo manifest is a consolidated list of all the cargo that is on board a cargo vessel. The list of all cargo carried on the vessel will appear under the vessel name and identification marks of the vessel.

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Lost slots in OOG
Maritime Law

What is OOG or Out of Gauge Cargo?

If your cargo is extremely large or has unwieldy booms and protrusions that do not fit into standard shipping containers then you have an out of gauge cargo on hand, shortened to OOG cargo. Find out more about Out of Gauge Cargo inside the article.

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